Month: August 2017

Political Power Hour Breakfast due to charge up business

When you can get three levels of elected political leaders in one room at one time, you know there will be an enlightening, shmoozing, good time had by all. Such will be the case Friday, September 15 at 8 am at Meadowbrook Golf Club at 11939 Warden Ave., as the Stouffville Chamber of Commerce presents Local MP and Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott and Ontario Minister of Community and Social Services and local MPP, Helena Jaczek along with Whitchurch-Stouffville Mayor Justin Altmann for the Power Hour Breakfast. It promises to be a rare and valuable opportunity to access all...

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Food Truck Frenzy a tasty diversion

Food Truck Frenzy is back! The fact that road construction prevents Main St. from being the venue will be of little concern to most. In fact, the Memorial Park venue is probably even better for merchants and attendees. With fingers crossed for a dry and pleasant evening from 5-9 pm on Friday, September 15, the popular invasion of all things tasty promises to be an even better experience for those looking to escape cooking for the family. Even better, the wildly coloured food trucks with cheeky names, that will number over 20 this year promise a full roster of...

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Get creative at The Latcham Gallery this fall

Beginning this September, The Latcham Gallery is introducing Latcham Saturdays, community-oriented programming in the Gallery for visitors of all ages. Latcham Saturdays offer opportunities for everyone in the community to get to know their public art gallery and make some art. Bring a friend, or bring the whole family. It’s time to get creative together this fall. Each Saturday from September 9 to October 14, visit the Gallery from 10am-4pm to participate in free, drop-in art making activities for THE LEAF PROJECT. Everyone is welcome to learn a new technique or medium each week, no experience necessary. The gallery...

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Local songwriter finalizes EP

Stouffville-based indie folk singer-songwriter Harrison Caldeira weaves tales of love and loss in his new EP Closer. Written over the course of a year whilst travelling abroad, Caldeira yielded to a solitude that enabled him to tap into an emotional vulnerability and open-heartedness that’s often lacking in popular music. The result? A melodic blend of subtle harmonies and airy vocals to complement Caldeira’s evocative lyrics. Closer is personal and reflective, embodying this solo artist’s restless determination to bring his songwriting to life. Citing artists like John Mayer, Bon Iver, and Coldplay as major influences in his music, Caldeira continues...

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