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Friday, November 22, 2019

Music

Choral group marks 50 years with a special performance

The Waterloo County Teachers’ Choir is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a special performance called Thank You for the Music, with a portion of...

Stringing together a new take on Don Thompson’s music

A professional musician for the better part of 60 years, Don Thompson still loves to get up on stage an perform, especially when he’s...

Community choir to perform Handel’s Messiah

Looking to repeat the charitable aspects of the first performance of Handel’s classic oratorio, a local community choir will perform Messiah at three upcoming...

KW Symphony concerts coming to Elmira

A series of concerts for young audiences at Elmira’s WMC is part of the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony’s recently announced 2019-20 season. The WMC will play host...

As many sounds as a piano has keys

A guy and a piano. Simple enough. Well, not if Mark Payne can help it – and he can, putting the instrument to work...

Jazzing things up in the midst of the February blahs

We’ve already had the seasonal part in spades, but this weekend the musical portion of the Winter Jazz Festival gets underway. The combo offers...

Many voices make for a big, joyful noise

Accompanied by a symphony orchestra, some 100 young performers will be belting out classic pop songs next week at a pair of KW Glee...

A world of musical options for the holidays

While the day after Halloween may have been too soon for the Christmas music – early and often works for retailers – we’re probably...

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WHC event Somebody Should Do Something

Woolwich Healthy Communities presented speaker Doug Griffiths, author ‘13 Ways to Kill Your...

Catholic Women’s Meeting

Thank you to Fran Vegh for the pictures The monthly...

Maryhill residents seek heritage designation around village in fight to block gravel pit application

Maryhill residents are calling for a gravel pit application to be put on hold while the area...

Delve deep into Observer archives.

Looking for a previous edition of The Observer? Our online archives extend back to 2008.

Students kickstart WCS Christmas hamper program

With the weather perhaps prompting people to begin their Christmas shopping in earnest, many groups are...

Wellesley working on priorities ahead of budget process

A preliminary budget discussion was very much that Tuesday night as Wellesley councillors met Tuesday night, not...

Elementary teachers prepare for first phase of work-to-rule

Grade school teachers are set to begin a work-to-rule campaign as early as next week as the...

Woolwich will need millions to improve standards of its road network, says report

Woolwich should be setting aside millions of dollars to maintain its roads, according to a report released...