It’s Sunday, November 26th and there are some exciting things going on in our community!
This past week, Cash Wampum at Horror 101 hit the web with a new podcast, ‘Episode 15: Creepshow’. In 1982 horror legends George Romero, Stephen King, and Tom Savini collaborated on the haunting anthology ‘Creepshow’. 30 years later, Cash and his gang review and reflect on the film over some laughs and spilled drinks. Hop on over to Horror 101 and check out the latest episode, sure to be the most fun you’ve ever had listening to a podcast.
On a ‘lighter’ note, Prime Lighting Design is embarking on a week long focus on ‘staging’. Throughout their showroom, Prime has worked meticulously to stage various settings to reflect their products in home environments. By collaborating lights, mirrors, and home accents from their repertoire of designer vendors Prime has created a unique experience for their visitors. This week promises to be a reflection of that experience. Tune in to Prime Lighting Design for more information.
Meanwhile at Twisted Studio…we’ll be taking a trip back in time, focusing on a local legend and our most recent project. Tecumseh. You can look forward to new artwork, sneak peeks, and insights from writer Dave Rocha. Shawnee Chief Tecumseh is a renowned local hero, and the Twisted team takes great pride in working on his story. Keep checking back for more info, adn be sure to like us on Facebook to keep informed on the latest updates.
In other local news, Cheryl’s Crafty Creations is happy to announce their attendance at the upcoming bazaar at Average Joe’s. The bazaar will be taking place on Sunday, December 2nd from 9am to 4pm. Our first Roots member, Cheryl will be selling her handmade scarves, hats, blankets and of course MANY Monkeys! Not to mention, she’ll also have raffle tickets for some great prizes. So don’t miss the bazaar at Average Joe’s and be sure to like MANY Monkeys on Facebook.
As subscribers to the Arts Council Windsor & Region’s newsletter, we get to find out about some really great things happening in and around our artistic community. One event in particular which caught our attention is the Windsor Youth Centre’s official book launch. It’s their one year anniversary book ‘What is Home?’ and it features photos of and writings by Windsor Youths. The event takes place November 27th, 7:00pm at Glenwood United Church. There will be a documentary screening, panel discussion and light refreshments. Of course the book will be available at the event and at the WYC.
That’s it for this week, keep checking in to find out more about the creative things happening in our area. Until next week…
Onwards & Upwards