Thursday the 25th of August 2016 was a hot & stormy day that turned into a beautiful warm night at Lionhead Golf Course in Mississauga, just in time for the first ever Singles Golf Lessons and Mixer event h... Continue reading →
Summer melodies make you feel good, as your spirit lifts and your heart pumps to the beat. Leave the winter gloom behind as Brampton Concert Band warms your soul. Get tickets for Feb28 8PM Catching the Sun.
What Linda Jeffrey promised in her eight months of campaigning, Mayor Jeffrey has delivered in her first 8 weeks in office.
If you are tired of sitting on the sidelines and want to make a difference in the happenings of our city, here is a perfect opportunity for you to get involved! This month City Hall is opening its doors to any Bramptonians interested in joining a citizen advisory committee.
Brampton’s City Hall is undergoing budget talks for the new fiscal year and, in the spirit of public engagement, they have started a campaign called “Let’s Connect” with the goal of getting feedback from Bramptonians on how they would like the budget to be laid out.
You read that right! The house erupted in laughter on hearing the antic. Only it wasn’t an antic. It was a wonderful night, full of music and a true showcase of talent and passion. I only hope that more of Brampton will come to future performances of Brampton Rose Orchestra and The Rosebuds, as I’m sure they will be excellent events for music lovers.
It is this single reason that makes Les Miserables equally effective with a minimum set; it is the spirit of the production that transcends to community theatre, and why Brampton Music Theatre is bringing it to Brampton.
Movie music is the soundtrack of life; it speaks a universal language. Even with voice-overs and subtitles, the score is untouched. And to have the opportunity to experience these soundtracks in surround-sound without the Dolby stereo, live, at The Rose Theatre, you could just imagine the thrill John Williams feels when he’s laying down tracks.