Book Stores, Festival of the Arts Oct 24-26, Spirit of the Hills

Welcome, Oriana Singers and Lighthouse Books!

Oriana Singers returns as a sponsor of the Festival of the Arts! 

The well-known group, who perform many concerts in Northumberland, Durham, and nearby areas, sponsored the first Festival in 2017. We are grateful that they are back with FOTA for the second.

On December 7 at 7:30 and December 8 at 3 p.m. , the Oriana Singers and their guest Mary Lou Fallis, Canada’s foremost musical comedienne, will present Christmas Favourites at St. Paul’s Presbyterian Church, Port Hope.

Blog Photo - FOTA Sponsor Oriana - Christmas Favourites Concert

Tickets are available at Snapd Tix and Burnham’s Farm Market.

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We’re delighted to have Lighthouse Books as a sponsor for the Festival of the Arts.

Blog Photo - FOTA Sponsor Lighthouse Books Logo

The popular bookstore has been in Brighton, Ontario for twenty years.

Blog Photo - FOTA Sponsor Lighthouse Books1

Kathryn Corbett and her husband Dave, a retired retailer, have been operating the shop since 2016.  They took it over to ensure that a bookstore remained in downtown Brighton. 

Kathryn is a former librarian.  She and Dan, both avid readers, are proud to provide a wide selection of books with a steady flow of new releases to their community.

Located at 65 Main Street in Brighton, Lighthouse Books may be reached at: 

613-475-1269

https://www.facebook.com/LighthouseBooksBrighton

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Written by Michael Croucher, author of Bravo’s Veil and other books available on amazon.ca at at the Book Fair at the Festival of the Arts, Cobourg, October 25 and 26.

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