Arts on Main Calling for Artists

South Simcoe Arts Council is calling for artists for the upcoming Arts on Main event that will be happening from May 23rd to June 11th.

Registration is possible due April 16th.

The 17th Youth Arts Show is open to all young art enthusiasts in Grade 1 to 12.

The event will be offering educational component for all ages. There will also be awards for the best.

Community businesses will be welcoming exhibits of artwork in their shop windows on the main streets of Alliston, Beeton and Tottenham.

For more details, please visit southsimcoeartscouncil.com.

The South Simcoe Arts Council office is located at the 3rd Flooe at 63 Tupper Street in Alliston.

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New Season of The Next Step on Its Way

The second season of The Next Step will be quite intense.

Jordan Clark from Tottenham said that the premiere of the Family Channel show this Friday, March 7th at 7:30 p.m. will be exiting.

The Next Step presents the lives of an elite group of young dancing enthusiasts at the Next Step Studio.

Jordan Clark stated that the role in the series has been a great opportunity for her.

At the end of the first season, the A-Troupe had just won the regionals. However, the celebration is interrupted when the dancers learn they have to re-audition with dancers from other studios in order to form the national team. There will be new faces joining the show and the dancers will be put on a hard test as they try to find a balance between their individual talent and the teamwork needed to win the nationals.

Jordan Clark is known as a hard working dancer. She has won a great number of dance awards.

Recently, she appeared in the Little Mermaid in downtown Toronto and filmed another dance movie called East Side Story which is not yet released.

She is also in the process of moving to Los Angeles because she wants to focus on acting, singing and dancing.

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Madison Violet to Perform in Alliston

The Gibson Centre for Communuty, Arts and Culture is inviting residents to witness a magnificent performance by Madison Violet this weekend in Alliston.

The Juno nominated band will be performing on Saturday, March 8th.

Madison Violet has sold out shows in many venues across North America and Europe and has toured with Stuart McLean’s Vinyl Cafe. They have also shared the stage with Chantal Kreviazuk, Ron Sexsmith as well as the Indigo Girls.

The duo combines a little bit of blues, and a bit of country which makes a perfect mix for the ears.

Tickets are available in advance for $32 or $35 at the door. Tickets are sold online or at the Gibson Centre Box Office at 63 Tupper St. W. in Alliston.

For more details, please call 705-435-2828.

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