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Updated: Dec 14, 2023

Commemorating in songs and words our Canadian contribution to WWI

Sunday November 12th at 4pm

a musical and dramatical performance


accompanied by PAUL SHILTON


Based on letters from the front, articles and advertisements published in a village newspaper from 1915-1918, and featuring Canadian songs of the period, this one-woman show describes how WWI affected the lives of four women in a small community in southern Ontario. Real people, real situations, real events (some amusing, some poignant) are dramatized in this historical revue. Songs from our cultural heritage, such as KKK-Katy, The World Is Waiting for the Sunrise and Till We Meet Again, will send you home humming while reminding you of the sacrifices Canadians made in the hope and belief of making this world a better place.


When: Sunday November 12th, at 4pm

Where: Art of Ideas Gallery, 236 Jones St East, St. Marys

Tickets are $40 and can be bought via Eventbrite

or via etransfer at

The show is 1 hour, no intermission. Refreshments (hot cider and sweets) after the show.


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