Left, Mark Latisaur, Tim Isberg, and John Hewitt performing at St. Jerome’s School on November 4. Photo Angela Mouly Right, A child soldier in Rwanda. Photo credit unknown Vermilion Allied Arts hosted Tim Isberg, singer-songwriter and veteran soldier at the Lakeland College Theatre on November 3, and he went on to perform at St. Jerome’s School on November 4. Twenty-five years ago working with the United Nations as an unarmed military observer, Isberg travelled to Rwanda as a
Left: Ghost Boy Right: Tim Isberg performing Rwanda 25 Years After Photos supplied Allied Arts is excited about their upcoming season of performers at the Lakeland College Alumni Theatre in Vermilion which will feature a variety of genres and talent.
Cellist, Christine Hanson, will perform a musical version of ‘The Cremation of Sam McGee’ on October 5, at 8 p.m. It will also feature Canadian artist Ted Harrison’s vibrant paintings projected as a backdrop.
‘Rwanda 25 Years
From left, New North Collective members Pat Braden, Carmen Braden, Diyet, Robert Van Lieshout, and Graeme Peters. Photos Angela Mouly Vermilion Allied Arts hosted New North Collective at Lakeland College’s Alumni Theatre on October 13.
“It’s wonderful to showcase the amazing talent that Canada has and share a perspective from the north,” said Caroline MacMillan.
New North Collective is a group of individual artists who joined together playing original material about what
Cornerstone Co-op Vermilion Gar Bar hosted Fuel Good Day on September 18, raising $1022 for Vermilion Allied Arts.
Hundreds of customers attended, filling up their tanks in support of the local community group and enjoyed a free coffee throughout a portion of the day. Volunteers included staff, members of Allied Arts, community volunteers, and even the Mayor.
New Manager, Blair Molsberry, was thrilled with the support after only a few weeks in his new position. Molsberry