Almonte Old Town Hall - Almonte ON

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Location: 613-256-7464
14 Bridge Street Almonte ON K0A 1A0

This beautiful heritage building, by the river, in the centre of Almonte, is home to a premiere performance facility. It's stage has hosted classical, folk, pop, and rock concerts, as well as recording performances for later audio and video broadcasts. Plays, art shows, puppet-making workshops, wedding receptions, fundraisers, galas, dances and information sessions have also been held here..

The second floor multi-purpose room is an excellent space for small receptions, meetings, classes, small lectures, art displays, dance classes and yoga, or as a green room for performers.

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Almonte in Concert: Few & Fewer

Sat, 14 Jan 2023 - Sat, 14 Jan

Time: 7:30PM

Cost: $44/$190 series of 5

Guy Few and Mark Fewer, whose performances have been described as “sheer brilliance” (L.A. Times) and “genre-bending” (National Post). With pianist Stephanie Mara, they sweep audiences off their feet in a diverse program of classical, contemporary & jazz-inspired repertoire: works by Pablo de Sarasate, Giacomo Puccini, George Gershwin, & ever more surprises! Tickets: TicketsPlease. Covid protocols and concert etiquette can be found here.

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Almonte in Concert

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613-257-3169

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Almonte Old Town Hall

14 Bridge Street , Almonte , ON
K0A 1A0
613-256-7464

Almonte in Concert: Nature's Folk Songs

Sat, 11 Mar 2023 - Sat, 11 Mar

Time: 7:30PM

Cost: $44/$190 series of 5

The exceptionally talented young musicians of the Agora String Quartet will be accompanied by the highly accomplished, multi-award-winning and equally young pianist and conductor Nicolas Ellis in a vibrant and energetic concert of works inspired by folk traditions and nature. With spring just around the corner, this is a perfect time to reconnect with the wonderful music of Ernest MacMillan, Lili Boulanger, Ann Southam, Marcus Goddard, as well as Antonín Dvorák’s sublime Piano Quintet No. 2 in A major. Tickets: TicketsPlease. Covid protocols and concert etiquette can be found here.

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Almonte in Concert

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613-257-3169

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Almonte Old Town Hall

14 Bridge Street , Almonte , ON
K0A 1A0
613-256-7464

Almonte in Concert: Nannerl

Sat, 15 Apr 2023 - Sat, 15 Apr

Time: 7:30PM

Cost: $44/$190 series of 5

Mathieu-Chua Duo: Véronique Mathieu (violin), Stephanie Chua (piano). The dynamic, compelling artists who make up this duo are well known for championing the music of emerging composers, in tandem with works by those who are internationally renowned, as well as reviving forgotten composers from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic eras. Tickets: TicketsPlease. Covid protocols and concert etiquette can be found here.

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Almonte in Concert

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613-257-3169

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Almonte Old Town Hall

14 Bridge Street , Almonte , ON
K0A 1A0
613-256-7464

Violence against Women: What Now, Lanark County?

Fri, 09 Dec 2022 - Fri, 09 Dec

Time: 6:30PM

Cost: $10

[Meet at the mosaic behind the OTH.] An evening of presentations by folks involved in the recent Renfrew County Coroner’s inquest into the 2015 murders of 3 women by the same man. Lawyer Pam Cross's presentation will be followed by a panel moderated by Interval House director Erin Lee, with Superintendent Derrick Needham OPP, Julie Lalonde of Renfrew County Sexual Assault, and others involved in this first-ever rural-focused inquest. The Coroner’s Jury and Inquest resulted in 86 recommendations for a broad range of actions. Tickets: $10 at TicketsPlease.ca. Free tickets will be made available upon request: email whatnowlanarkcounty@gmail.com. This event is in support of the 16 Days of Activism for No Violence against Women & Children. The idea is to learn from the inquest, look at the services in Lanark County, see what needs to be done to enhance the safety of women and children, and — most importantly — to stop male violence. Presented by LCIH, Stir It Up Collective, and the Lanark County Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence Program.

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Lanark County Interval House

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24-hour Crisis Line: 1-800-267-7946
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Almonte Old Town Hall

14 Bridge Street , Almonte , ON
K0A 1A0
613-256-7464