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Sev's Cellar
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Rock

Sev’s Cellar – Dale Harrison

Sev Micron 8 December 2022

Dale Harrison has always loved drumming, from his first winning audition as the bongo player in a production of The Little Drummer Boy when he was 8 years old. Dale’s passion grew as he did, inspired by the likes of Buddy Rich, Gene Krupa, Steve Gadd, Keith Moon, Stewart Copeland, John Bonham, and many more! Dale has also studied at The University of Ottawa & graduated from the Humber College music program in Toronto. These influences have helped him craft a style that has enabled him to tour worldwide with many great artists; Headstones, Alannah Myles, Phil X, Derek St Holmes, Toney […]

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Creatives
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CREATIVES > Shannon Jondreau

theBorderline 8 December 2022

Art Show with SHANNON JONDREAU. Friday 9 Dec. 2022 6:00-9:00 PM. ART HUB At Spring (504 Queen downtown SSM) Shannon Jondreau is a multi-media artist, true to her family’s creative roots and teaches classes in a variety of disciplines at her work studio in downtown Sault Ste. Marie – 504 Queen, ART HUB At Spring. “I’ve been creating since I can remember. I’m pretty sure my Grandma has kept every drawing and painting I’ve ever done. I grew up in a creative family, my Mom was a very gifted artist, my Great Grandma was an artist and a potter, and my […]

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The Smart As Trees Podcast
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Chief Dean Sayers – The Smart As Trees Podcast

Adrian V 7 December 2022

Dean Sayers is the Chief of Batchewana First Nation. Their traditional lands run along the Eastern shore of Lake Superior from Batchewana Bay to Whitefish Island at Bawaating (Sault Ste. Marie). Chief Sayers grew up in Batchewana village where he worked with his father and brother in the First Nation’s commercial fishing industry. This conversation covers Chief Sayers on his experiences as he travels the world, his appreciation for Gord Downie on our path to truth and reconciliation, the Indigenous world view on natural resources and education, the awesomeness of maple syrup, the teachings of woodland artist Tom Tom Sinclair, […]

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