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Head east to fulfil yearning for acting, music and the arts

If you have a yearning for the creative things in life and want to explore your artistic side, then head to the Keene Centre for the Arts, just east of Durham.

“We have a fully-packed schedule of events for the rest of October, and for November and December, where individuals and patrons can indulge themselves whether it is theatre, singing, concerts, vaudeville and even gaming,” says Ida Brown, organizer.

Several events like play reading for ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf,’ a karaoke show, a gaming contest, and live bands have been featured so far in October.

“But we have many more exciting and fun events lined up for the rest of the month – and into November and December,” says Brown.

She pointed out that repeat-Thursday events – such as Adult Play Reading, Vaudeville Variety and Lord of the Flies public auditions − are highly popular.

Another of the upcoming events is ‘The Wondrously Wickedly Fun’ ─ a show by local bands and well-known tribute artists, which too is repeated every Thursday.

The Amazing Kathleen (Kat) Lovett will wow audiences on Friday October 22 at 7 pm. https://checkout.square.site/buy/XPZVRFFTWLBOGAMGFJUB3MTF

Another great band to be featured is Canada Roxx, a tribute to Canada’s Rock and Roll classics featuring Rachel Jeans and Earl Johnson from Moxy and our new addition Gabriel Giammaria.

They will go live on Friday Oct 29th at 7 pm − and maybe 9 pm if you want them to, says Brown. https://checkout.square.site/…/JGISU7TGHEN2STBTR7MFC6AK

How can you end October without Halloween? The Keene Centre for the Arts will be presenting the Halloween Fashion Show on Saturday October 30th at 8 pm.

“Walk down the aisle in your costume to the live sounds of Five Mile Turn. It will be fun for all ages,” promises Brown. https://checkout.square.site/…/ZSL2BM2ENEDQQGLOXCQDR6CL

The Keene Centre for the Arts is located at 1st Street 12 Keene ON K0L 2G0. For further information on the featured events or tickets contact Ida Brown at (705) 440-0527.

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