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Friday, December 3, 5-8 pm Tree Lighting Festival Join us for an evening with family and friends as we celebrate the start of the holiday
Submissions can be dropped off at The TAUNY Center during business hours Friday, November 26th through Thursday, December 2nd.
Last show of the season at Thousand Islands Playhouse
This little volume is designed to make you chuckle, even when serious topics are addressed. The first half contains of twenty-five pieces of
Those who have been blessed enough to spend time among the St. Lawrence River's Thousand Islands know its breathtaking beauty and will forev
What follows is a true story. You are free to believe it or not, but it did actually happen.
“To celebrate Culture Days, and as part of the ongoing ‘To What Degree – Canada in a changing climate’ 2021 exhibit, the 1000 Islands Histor
Fall news from TAUNY
Authored by Paul Hetzler, Head of the Class is bound to intrigue you.
"Lyon built her; Lock never used her; Beck ran the hell out of her; Lewis just donated her. "But this is just the tip of Pardon Me’s iceberg
Author Rick Revelle's latest novel, Algonquin Legacy, published by Crossfield Publishing, the last in his series of four Algonquin Quest nov
About the book"Kenny Brabant is a true river rat, having lived his life in, on, and of the St. Lawrence River for the entirety of his 67 yea
I Am Algonquin written by Rick Revelle and published by Dundurn Press is the first in a series of four novels. The books take place during t
Through their shared zeal and passion for Ireland’s musical traditions, this troupe enables their audiences to experience the Real Ireland.
Algonquin Sunset is written by Rick Revelle and published by Dundurn Press is the third in a series of four novels. The books take place dur
Algonquin Spring written by Rick Revelle and published by Dundurn Press is the second in a series of four novels. The books take place durin
Artists Diane Burpee, Amy Baxter, Pat Brown and Louise Curran at the Breakwater Gallery's new space shared by Aubrey's Frenchtown Market in