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36 FOCUS - APRIL 2016 Scugog What s Up Doors Open 700 p.m. Location Jesters Upstairs Music Charge 15 per person Reservations Call Lynn 289-354-1140 or email at jesters court SUNDAY APRIL 10 THE DAN IONESCU TRIO Dave Restivo Piano Rob McBride Bass Ionescu has had an outstanding musical career as guitarist com- poser and band leader span- ning over three decades in both Europe and Canada. He was acclaimed the best Romanian jazz guitarist for 12 consecutive years toured Yugoslavia Hungary Germany and France. Since arriving in Toronto in 1996 Dan has been a constant presence on the Toronto jazz scene. He has collaborated on nine albums. G-MOMS PORT PERRYof Supporting the Stephen Lewis Foundation Saturday April 16 10 a.m. 3 p.m. Join the G-Moms and speaker Catherine Porter of the Toronto Star. Catherine is a social justice columnist who writes about international development womens rights the environment and community activism. Fabulous food shop around the market place a silent auction and fashion show Location Royal Ashburn Golf Club 995 Myrtle Road West Ashburn Tickets 75 - Available at Royal LePage Realtors 268 Queen Street Port Perry or Coldwell Banker 1894 Scugog Street Port Perry Information Marg In support of the Stephen Lewis Foundation SPRING LUNCHEON James Keelaghan Saturday April 16 8 p.m. As outlined in his CBC bio James has carried international acclaim for his songwriting and performances and has taken main stage at some of the most prestigious festivals in the U.S. England Australia Denmark and Hong Kong. At home in Canada hes a Juno award-winner and three-time Juno nominee whos grown from a popular coffeehouse act in Calgary to a festival and concert hall favou- rite. Mr. Keelaghan has an uncanny knack for finding incredible stories and turning them into finely crafted songs. A command- ing performer he develops an intimate rapport with audiences through his stories and sense of humour and then leaves them spellbound with passionate renditions of songs that touch on universal emotions and relate historical events to the present. James many many Greenbank fans are truly looking forward to his return to the Greenbank stage Beautiful Canadian songbird Lynne Hanson will be opening for James. If you are a fan of literate and layered song- writing you will want to be a part of this artis- tic expedition Plus there are refreshments - even pizza draws and more Come on out Location Greenbank Centennial Hall Hwy. 12 Greenbank Tickets 25. each available at POE Design 146 Queen Street Port Perry 905-985-0060 Blue Heron Books 62 Brock Street W. Uxbridge 905-852-4282 or phone 905-985-8351 for reserved tickets and information. and on Facebook. April 2 23 Tuesday to Saturday 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. Once again the Scugog Council for the Arts will be hosting the Lake Scugog Studio Tour artists in a Preview Exhibit of their works. The SCA welcomes the public to an Opening Reception at the Gallery 181 Perry Street Unit G-1 on Saturday April 2 between 1 and 3 pm. Brochures with maps are available at the SCA Gallery to help you plan your studio tour weekend. Drop by for a sneak peek at some of the offerings that will be available on the tour meet some of the LSST artists and enjoy a refreshment. The SCA Gallery is wheelchair accessible and has public washrooms. Location SCA Gallery 181 Perry Street Unit G-1 Port Perry Information studio tour Scugog Council for the Arts