Farmers' markets across Grey are preparing to open for the 2018 season. With the exception of Owen Sound (which is open year-round) most markets will open in time for the Victoria Day weekend or shortly after, just in time for the first local harvests.
"A social enterprise operates like a business, produces goods and services for the market, but manages its operations and redirects its surpluses in pursuit of social and environmental goals." - Western Economic Diversification
Get in the mood for Hallowe’en with three classic movies at the Marsh Street Centre.
Wed. Oct. 17: Ghostbusters
Wed. Oct. 24: Rocky Horror Picture Show
Wed. Oct. 31: Halloween
Bloody Caesars served at the bar. Only in Canada? Pity!
Doors open at 7:45 pm. Show starts at 8:15 pm
Tickets $10 or $25 for the series
Until – October 26, 2018
Gallery de Boer-Fine Art invites visitors to immerse themselves in an outstanding and diverse selection of traditional and contemporary Indigenous art. Exuberant, restrained, symbolic, narrative, spiritual, humorous, political, expressionistic or representational, this exhibition illustrates the breadth and passion of aboriginal artistic expression.
September 8th: Exhibit Opening: “Final Victory – the Last 100 Days”.
The exhibit unearths the events of the last 100 days of the First World War and how the armistice came about. Step into the past and learn about what it was like as the war began its journey to its end.
Hours: Tuesday to Sunday - 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm.
Entrance Fee: $5 per person
October brings fresh new artists to the Owen Sound Artists’ Co-op. The Legacy Gallery welcomes The Printmakers; Eileen Simpson, Barbara Sprague, Pat Keeling and Donna Welton. This group practices one of the oldest methods of mark making. The process of monoprints used by The Printmakers creates a print that is singular and impossible to reproduce.