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Ukeleles in Midland

Here's a link to the website for Canada Ukes Ukelele Festival taking place May 22-24 in Midland.

Drew Hayden Taylor's "Me Artsy"

Here's a link to author and playwright Drew Hayden Taylor's website. Drew will have a book launch for his "Me Artsy---An Exploration of Contemporary Native Arts" at Gallery Indigena in Stratford on Saturday (May 23). And on Sunday (May 24) he'll be in Lakefield for a reading at Christ Church Museum.

Musician Jesse Parent's website

Here's a link to the website for Kitchener-Waterloo musician Jesse Parent who has a show scheduled for the Stinking Rose pub in Campbellford on May 29th.

Canadian Canoe Museum in Peterborough

Here's the link to the website for the Canadian Canoe Museum which is hosting a community event called "Adventures in Understanding: Exploring the canoe as a vehicle of reconciliation and reconnection" tonight (May 21) in Peterborough.

Claudia Pawlak's photography

Here's a link to Kingston Grade 12 student Claudia Pawlak's Facebook site to view her award-winning photographs.

Under The Influence

Here's a link to Terry O'Reilly's show Under The Influence which airs Saturday and Monday mornings at 11:30 on CBC Radio One.

Ailsa Craig Community Quilt Festival

Here's a link to the Ailsa Craig Community Quilt Festival which takes place in this Southwestern Ontario community until May 23rd.

Peterborough and the Kawarthas Classics Road Cycling Routes

Here's a link to the bicycle routes that Peterborough cyclist Kieran Andrews has mapped in Peterborough and the Kawarthas

"Second Thoughts"

Here's a link to the "Second Thoughts" film made by students at Woodstock's College Avenue Secondary School in connection with Children's Mental Health Week.