|We are pleased to announce our summer 2014 brochure is ready and distribution has begun. You can expect it to come in your local Metroland paper Thursday, May 8th; you may also pick it up in person at Meaford Hall (or after mid-next week at most brochure racks in the area). We plan to make a pdf version available for download through meafordhall.ca and of course all of the summer season information is already live on the website in our events section. Feel free to share it with anyone you think might be interested!
Mennonite Cobbler comedy
TODAY! Friday May 2, 2014 @ 7:30 pm
TOMORROW! Saturday May 3, 2014 @ 7:30pm
Tickets are still available through the Box Office at $30 with all proceeds supporting the Food Bank
See our interview with the playwright/creator at the bottom of this email!
A light-hearted theatrical look at how one of our buggy-driving brethren came to wield a funny-looking hammer. This play is entirely written and produced by Kenneth David Brubacher in a quest to record his contribution to Mennonite history. All proceeds of the production go directly to The Food Bank. Presented by Brubacher Technologies Ltd. http://www.mennonitecobbler.com/
Beautiful Joe professional live theatre
May 14 to 17 @ 7:30pm, May 14 & 17 @ 2pm $26.50 adult $11.50 student*
*the first 154 student tickets sold will be $5 off (thank you Rotary Club of Meaford!)
Free opening night reception after Thursday, May 15 performance – don’t leave without a slice of delicious Beautiful Joe cake from Sheila’s Sugar Sticky Sweet Stuff!
Meaford’s own canine hero comes to life in a play with a decidedly clear, passionate message that above all is a moving, funny, heart-warming tale for the whole family—set in a distinctly Canadian landscape. A fundraising coffee house/talent show will be presented by GBSS students at the school on May 9 from 7 – 9 pm. Admission is pay what you can; refreshments and great entertainment are free! Presented by the Grey Bruce Arts Collective and Beautiful Joe Heritage Society.
Georgian Bay Idol finale
Friday, May 23 @ 7pm, all tickets $10
The “GBSS Idol” top 3 finalists will perform at Meaford Hall this month and only one will be named the 2014 GB Idol. This popular high school competition has eliminated all but 3 performers from an initial 24 contestants as voted by their peers. Talent level is high and tickets are selling fast! Sponsored by the Meaford Hall & Culture Foundation.
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Suddenly Mommy! Comedy
Saturday May 24 @ 8pm, all tickets $28 (purchases of 6 or more tickets elgible for 15% off group discount)
Written and Performed by Anne Marie Scheffler
This hilarious one-woman show takes us through every parent’s experience of good times, bad advice, and trying to do it all. From hot dates to play dates, experience this rollicking rollercoaster of motherhood. Submit your story of ‘worst parenting advice ever recieved’ on the Meaford Hall Facebook page between May 5 -11 for a chance to win a prize pack including a two-for-one pricing on tickets for the show!
Follow the link to view some highlights of the show from a live taping in Los Angeles:http://vimeo.com/33584524
Presented by Meaford Hall.
Georgian Bay Youth Orchestra recital
Monday, May 26 @ 7:30pm, admission by donation (pay what you can)
A recital of the spectacular Georgian Bay Youth Orchestra with speci
al guests the GBSS Senior String Orchestra. The evening will include two World Premiere performances: Richard Mascall’s Awesiinyagand the Ojibwe inspired Carnival of the Animals. The program will also include the 1st movement from Mozart’s Symphony #4o, Pablo de Sarasate’s Zigaurnerweisen and Dance of the Knights from Prokofiev’s Romeo and Juliet. Please contact the Georgian Bay Symphony for more details at 519-372-0212. Presented by the Georgian Bay Symphony.
CURRENT GALLERY EXHIBIT
MCAA Juried Art Show
Tuesday April 1, 2014 – Saturday May 31, 2014
Admission is free
A wide variety of artwork in mediums ranging from graphite to mixed media to oil are on display in the Meaford Hall Galleries this May. Representing artists from Grey, Bruce and Simcoe counties, all of the pieces were carefuly chosen by the Meaford Creative Arts Association to form this Juried Art Show. Come by and see the winners, vote for your show favourite and sign the guest book!
A NOTE ABOUT FILMS…..
We have had many questions about our film series. Thank you to everyone for your growing enthusiasm for our Thursday Flicks! The films are currently on a summer hiatus and will return this fall. If you have requests, suggestions or comments please send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.