Fibrefest: A Festival of the Fibre Arts - theHumm September 2023
Fibrefest: A Festival of the Fibre Arts - theHumm September 2023
Come out to the friendly town of Almonte on September 9 and 10 for the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum’s 28th annual Fibrefest almontefibrefest.ca . Taking place at three locations — the Almonte Community Centre, the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum and the Almonte Old Town Hall, admission to Fibrefest is only $8 per day and grants access to all sites. Local guilds will demonstrate spinning, knitting, weaving, rug-hooking, lacemaking, smocking and quilting, while vendors such as quilt shops and alpaca farms will be selling finished fibre goods and textile supplies from across the province.
This year, several hands-on workshops and exhibitions will be taking place alongside Fibrefest! This is your chance to roll up your sleeves and get felting, weaving or rug-hooking with talented artists. Workshops will run Wednesday through Sunday (September 6–10) at both the Community Centre and Museum. Registration fees for workshops include free admission to the festival. Advance registration is required, and some workshops may require that you bring your own supplies, so be sure to check almontefibrefest.ca and sign up early to avoid disappointment. Tickets and registration for all workshops are available at Tickets Please (TicketsPlease.ca, 485–6434).
Fibrefest’s featured artist is acclaimed producer, puppeteer and Order of Canada recipient Noreen Young, who has been gracing television screens with her creations since the 1960s, including classics such as Hi Diddle Day and Under the Umbrella Tree. Her puppet characters have appeared in Sesame Park, Readalong, and Téléfrançais!, and she received three Gemini Award nominations for her achievements in Canadian television. In 2005, she founded the Puppets Up! international puppet festival. Fibrefest is excited to bring her talent and imagination to this festival of fibre arts!
During the two-day festival, explore the permanent history exhibit Material World on the Mississippi at the Museum, which takes you through the process of wool fibres becoming a piece of finished cloth. It includes the industrial machines used throughout the process, as well firsthand accounts of working in a textile mill. Exhibits featured during this year’s Fibrefest are Among the Garbage and the Flowers and Post Up.
Among the Garbage and the Flowers is curated by Susan Avishai and demonstrates how eleven female artists reimagine and redefine cast-off textiles and old clothing. Through artistic reuse, they tangibly demonstrate the dignity of labour, respect for materials, and a greater understanding of the creative process. The exhibit features the art of Susan Avishai, Carole Baillargeon, Sonia Jacyk-Bukata, Judy Martin, Amy Meissner, Liz Pead, Leisa Rich, Melanie Siegel, Sandra Smirle, Judith Tinkl and Alice Vander Vennen.
Post Up is an exhibit by artist and athlete Mallory Tolcher, sponsored by the Municipality of Mississippi Mills as part of their Bicentennial Celebrations. Tolcher is interested in challenging societal norms and redefining femininity within the traditionally male-dominated realm of sport. Through a series of textiles installed on metal rims and wooden backboards, Post Up reimagines the conventional basketball net through the intricate and domestic medium of crocheted lace. By integrating this traditionally feminine practice into the hyper-masculine sport of basketball, Tolcher aims to confront ingrained perceptions of athletics, subvert the confined definition of softness in such contexts, and emphasize the power and strength that lies within femininity.
Traditional Mexican TextilesComing to Fibrefest
In collaboration with the Embassy of Mexico in Canada, the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum (MVTM) will present a live exhibit of traditional Mexican dress, tapestries and art on September 9 from 6–9pm at the Almonte Old Town Hall. For only $25 per ticket, the Mexican textile collection of William Hodge and Robert Wylie will be modeled on the catwalk! All pieces will be available for purchase through a silent auction, and funds will support the MVTM. The Ambassador of Mexico, Carlos Joaquín González, will be in attendance.
Hodge and Wylie have spent the last four decades immersed in fibre arts; creating, teaching, and learning, with a special interest in Mexican textiles. The pieces on display have been purchased from artisans across the Mexican states of Chiapas, Coahuila, Guerrero, México, Mexico City, Michoacán and Oaxaca, and feature handwoven textiles made from handspun wool and cotton. With an array of textures and colours achieved by both natural and synthetic dyes, there’s something for everyone! The collection presents a variety of eye-catching garments, accessories and household items.
Mexican artist Elia Morales’ exhibit, Weaving Ideas, will also be showcased throughout the event, where she will introduce her art. A graphic designer of the National School of Plastic Arts of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), she actively shares her expertise by delivering lectures and presentations on various aspects of sensory design. She has served as a moderator in numerous national and international conferences, where she engages with audiences and facilitates topical discussions. Morales has worked as a designer at the National Museum of Cultures and at the Cultural Dissemination Office of UNAM, and as an independent designer for corporate groups and events. Her plastic work involves different techniques, including engraving, enameling, textile, and Washi Zoo Kei. Her work has been exhibited in several universities and venues nationwide.
The Almonte Old Town Hall venue will be open from 10am to 4pm throughout Fibrefest weekend on September 9 and 10, where the Hodge and Wylie collection will be on display. The auction will open at 10am on the 9th and close at noon on the 10th. Daytime admission to the Old Town Hall is included in the $8 Fibrefest tickets. As we celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Municipality of Mississippi Mills, with Almonte being named after Mexican General and diplomat Juan Nepomuceno Almonte, this event is very timely.
Join the fashion show celebrations on September 9 with complimentary refreshments, including margaritas courtesy of Jose Cuervo, and an evening of fun and art while supporting a local charity! Tickets to both Fibrefest and the evening fashion show are available from Tickets Please (TicketsPlease.ca, 485–6434).
“Cultural diplomacy is the best way to bring together the people from two nations like Mexico and Canada. This time, textile art and designs from Mexico will blend together, creating a wonderful ambience of colours, textures, and indigenous cultural heritage to an exhibition that will wrap all our senses.” — Ingrid Berlanga Vasile, First Secretary, Cultural Attaché, Embassy of Mexico in Canada.
“The textiles in this collection are gorgeously coloured and detailed, and we’re excited to showcase them during one of the town’s busiest weekends. We are grateful to William Hodge, Robert Wylie, and the Embassy for coming together to support the Museum in this fundraiser. This will be an excellent event and opportunity to bring international textile traditions to Almonte.” — Michael Rikley-Lancaster, Executive Director/Curator, Mississippi Valley Textile Museum.
By Sally Hansen
Art… and Soul
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Come out to the friendly town of Almonte on September 9 and 10 for the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum’s 28th annual Fibrefest almontefibrefest.ca . Taking place at three locations — the Almonte Community Centre, the Mississippi Valley Textile Museum and the Almonte Old Town Hall, admission to Fibrefest is only $8 per day and grants access to all sites. Local guilds will demonstrate spinning, knitting, weaving, rug-hoo......
Westporch Festival 2023 - theHumm September 2023
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Friends of MMPLFall Book Sale - theHumm September 2023
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Raise Funds for a Good Cause (and Many Paws!) Arnprior Humane Society’s Fall Fundraisers - theHumm September 2023
By Submitted the Arnprior & DistrictHumane Society
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We provide a safe haven for lost, abandoned and neglected animals. We ensure that all critters in our care are provided shelter, food, veterinary attention and lots of tender loving care. Our dedicated staff and volunteers labour each and every day to keep animals safe until they find their forever home.
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By David Hinks
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If you think that a drive through the country on a crisp Fall morning will stir your senses, there is no better place to drive than to the Perth Farmers’ Market, especially on the morning of Saturday, September 30. Not only will the pungent sights and smells of autumn be found wafting through the air, but the sounds drifting out of the Crystal Palace will further enhance the experience.
The “Belles of St. Paul’s” are delighted to return to this locale to play pieces that were learned for the Ontario Guild of English Hand Bell Ringers Festival in Kingston last spring. It has been said ......
By — Rosalind Spencer is President of CAMMAC OttawaGatineau, and Cochair of CAMMAC Ottawa Valley
On September 10 at 3pm, the CAMMAC Ottawa Valley chorus will perform their annual choir concert in the spectacular cathedral setting of St. John Chrysostom Church in Arnprior.
Now in its 70th year, CAMMAC (Canadian Amateur Musicians / Musiciens Amateurs du Canada) draws choristers for a summer choir from up and down the Ottawa Valley, including Pembroke, Cobden, Almonte, Pakenham, Carleton Place, Arnprior, White Lake, Waba, Braeside and Sand Point.
This year the concert showcases......
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A New Season for Almonte in Concert World-Class Music in anAcoustically Exceptional Venue - theHumm September 2023
By — Maureen Nevins is the Artistic Director of Almonte in Concert
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The series opens on October 28 with pianists Agne Radzeviciute and Dmitri Levkovich. These young artists boast international careers as soloists and as a duo. On the program of this piano extravaganza: works written for 1 to......
We’ve Seen the Future - theHumm September 2023
By Glenda Jones
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Artisan Village at the Falls - theHumm September 2023
By Kris Riendeau
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The Seven Gifts — Good News! - theHumm September 2023
By Submitted Mississippi MillsAll My Relations
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By Vince and Debbie Guthro
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Talking Across Difference How Can We Have Conversations that Bring Us Together? - theHumm September 2023
By Deborah Conners, PhD
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Literary Evenings in Almonte Presented by Mill Street Books at the Almonte Library - theHumm September 2023
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An Evening with Roy MacGregor is first on the roster, on Wednesday, September 13 from 6:30-8:30pm. Come spend the evening......
Community Theatre Expo - theHumm September 2023
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Stephanie de Montigny, owner of Pure Natural Portraits, has put together an exciting event for a great cause. This year’s annual Back to School portrait event will be held on September 10 at the Almonte branch of the Mississippi Mills Public Library (MMPL), where children can enjoy a day of portraits and exploring educational opportunities in celebration of the new school year, all while supporting the local library. All proceeds from the registration fee will be donated to MMPL ......
Two Terrific Tributes - theHumm September 2023
This autumn, Dream Rock Promotions presents two terrific tribute bands at Perth’s Farrell Hall. Both are 19+ events that start at 8pm, and tickets can be purchased from Tickets Please (TicketsPlease.ca, 485–6434) for $34 plus fees (or at the door, if available, for $39).
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Expressions of Art - theHumm September 2023
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By Submitted the VPA Board
It is with much pride and excitement that we are announcing a re-launching of Valley Players Almonte!
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Perth Autumn Studio Tour - theHumm September 2023
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For over three decades, the Perth Autumn Studio Tour has been a testament to the vibrant creativity that defines the community. As the tour cele......
Come Sing with Us! - theHumm September 2023
By Pauline Cherry and Kris Riendeau
If you love to sing but prefer not to perform, have we got a choir for you!
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By John Pigeau
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The theme of this year’s festival is “Unbound.”
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By Heather Phaneuf
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For the month of September, the art of Nat Capitanio will be on display at the MERA Schoolhouse. You are invited to McDonalds Corners for the show’s opening event on September 9.
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A Country Music Mission Harmony Concerts Presents Freddy Vette & His Rhinestone Plowboys in Perth - theHumm September 2023
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theHumm: I love that you describe traditional country music as “crying steel guitar, heartbreak harmonies, r......
By Denise Beaulne
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By Robert Sneyd
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Moving to the Chicago area in 1984, he carried on this “work and play” duet: staff organist at Pipes and Pizza, a......
Rideau Artist of the Year Competition Everyone is Welcome to Watch the Artistic Fun! - theHumm September 2023
On Saturday and Sunday, September 9 and 10, Smiths Falls Heritage House Museum will host the 2023 Rideau Artist of the Year Competition. Spectators are invited to the picturesque grounds of the museum, where artists will be creating original works that capture the beauty of Smiths Falls — where industrial heritage meets the natural landscape — in the tradition of en plein air art making.
For more information, please contact Megan McIlvenna by calling 283–6311 o......
By Chandler Swain
This summer we have witnessed the Climate Crisis in relentless action across the planet. For decades, climate scientists have clearly predicted exactly what is happening with our increasingly violent weather. It’s caused by rising temperatures. Simple as that. Greenhouse Gases are keeping the heat in. Burning fossil fuels is responsible. More than ever, citizens are wanting to act to slow the progress of the devastation.
I attended the Climate Network Lanark (CNL) Strategic Planning......
Sep 26 Mellow Lily
Sep 27 Tom Green
Sep 28 Tom Green
Sep 29 Matt Dickson
Sep 30 - Oct 1 MAG Artists Studio Tour
Oct 7 - 8 Crown & Pumpkin Studio Tour
Oct 7 - 8 Expressions of Art
Oct 21 Fleetwood Mac Mania
Nov 4 - 5 Christmas in the Valley Artisan Show
- Diana Jackson — Eclectic Creativity
- Paddle and Parade Partyin Lanark Highlands Free Event with Special Guest Appearance by Sarah Harmer
- It’s Time to Hitthe Back Roads! North Frontenac Back Roads Studio Tour
- Fibrefest: A Festival of the Fibre Arts
- Westporch Festival 2023
- Sundance Artisan Show Free Outdoor Show on Labour Day Weekend
- Spirits of theCounting House Paranormal Investigations at the Museum…
- Friends of MMPLFall Book Sale
- Learn Again in Almonte this Autumn
- Raise Funds for a Good Cause (and Many Paws!) Arnprior Humane Society’s Fall Fundraisers