Fall into Art

The Headwaters Arts Festival Show ~ A preview of this year’s show September 20 to October 6

September 11, 2013 | | Back Issues

As surely as the leaves turn gold, art blooms in the fall throughout the hills – and In The Hills presents our annual preview of the centrepiece of it all, the Headwaters Arts Festival Show & Sale. Including more than 40 local artists, the juried show is a perfect opportunity to see some of the finest work in the Headwaters region assembled in one place.

The show and sale is open the last two weekends of September, with the preview gala on the evening of Friday, September 20. The preview features the annual Chef’s Challenge and performances by opera singer Jessica Scarlato, the Soulmé drummers, and the Community Living Dufferin Choir.

You can also view the art show during another Festival favourite: Armchairs, Authors & Art, on the evening of Thursday, September 26. This year’s authors are Wayne Johnston, Don Gillmor, Oakland Ross and Maureen Jennings.

The Headwaters Arts Festival runs from September 20 to October 6. To order tickets for the gala or authors’ night, and to see the full program of art tours and exhibitions, music, theatre and film, as well as some great workshops for kids, see www.headwatersarts.com or call 519-943-1149.

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Signe Ball is publisher/editor of In The Hills.

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