Stone Fence Theatre comes to Beckwith Township on Sunday, September 13, 2020 POSTPONED due to COVID 19

You’ll love this one.!  It’s happening in the arena recreation complex at Beckwith Park (1319 9th Line Beckwith Township) during the Lanark County Harvest Fest

This Showband, from Killaloe ON, performs Fine as Binder Twine,  a show full of comedy, fun, great music and memories of shows from the company’s many years of existence. Songs wrote by Ish and the Cast include “The Train,”  There’s Hippies Up the Line!,” “The Heart Institute,” “Say Moo!, ” Joan Finnigan’s Come from the Valley”, “Mac Beattie”, “Here to Stay”, “Valley Tales from the Summer Kitchen”, etc. 
Bring your singing voices,  there’s a special tribute to Ottawa Valley  Country Music Hall of Fame 2019 inductee Jamie McMunn.       

Fine as Binder Twine features an all-star cast of Stone Fence veterans: Peter Brown, Evan Burgess, Chantal Elie-Sernoskie, Ambrose Mullin, Fran Pinkerton, Derek Tolhurst and Ish Theilheimer.

Doors open at 2:00 pm. Show starts at 2:30 pm;  Harvest Stew Buffet begins at 4 pm; Parking is free.

Price

  •  Roadshow and Stew Dinner tickets (HST included) ($45 each) 
  • Under age 6 FREE

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Email your ticket purchase request to our Stone Fence Committee, communications@lanarkgenealogy.com
or  Phone (343)-262-2772

Payment options include: (3 options)

Wire/ E-transfers completed by email transfer from the purchaser’s bank account to the LCGS Bank. The email address for your ticket purchase to LCGS is lcgspresident@gmail.com. This option allows you to purchase an individual ticket or a group of tickets with only one transaction. Please reference Roadshow and the number of tickets purchased

Credit card, our society issues you an invoice that includes payment options of wrire transfer or payment by credit card. Once you process your payment it is directly deposited into our bank and you receive a receipt of payment for your records.

By mail:  LCGS accepts cheque or money order (CAD funds)
Cheque Payable to Lanark County Genealogical Society
Mail to:
Lanark County Genealogical Society
Stone Fence Committee
47 Lansdowne Avenue, P.O. Box 20028
Carleton Place, Ontario K7C 4K3

February is Canada’s Black History Month “HONORING A PROUD HERITAGE”

On February 2nd, 2019 local author Ron Shaw will present his research on two black families who lived in Perth between 1858 and 1926; the Gilberts and the Jacksons.

Ron is from Perth Ontario. He studied journalism at Algonquin College and worked for newspapers, radio and television prior to his 35 year career with non-governmental relief and development organizations in Africa, Asia, Eastern Europe and the Middle East.

Start Time 1:30 pm
Location, Beckwith Township Administration Complex
1702 9th Line Beckwith @ Black’s Corners Ontario

Event Organizers: Lanark County Genealogical Society