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Musical revue taking stage

Put on your best plaid shirt and load up the car for a trip because Fort Frances High School is set to stage its annual fall musical revue, this year entitled “Country meets City.”

The show promises to be an entertaining night of popular songs telling the story of a group of “country kids” trying life in the big city.

Fiddler to return

Knox United Church here once again is looking forward to welcoming Canadian fiddle champion Scott Woods and his band on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m.

For the first time in this area, the group will be presenting an uplifting show that celebrates the Christmas season with the wonderful sound of two fiddles played sweetly in harmony in a traditional old-time style.

FFPC providing free block heater timers

The Fort Frances Power Corp. is giving an early holiday gift for those looking to save on energy—and their electricity bill—over the winter months.

The utility announced last Wednesday its “Block Heater Timer” program, a new initiative that offers a free block heater timer to Fort Frances customers to help them save energy while plugging in their vehicles.

Choir seeking in-kind donation

The Fort Frances Choraliers are hoping the mayor and council are in the Christmas spirit.

Choir director Diane Maxey is asking council if it would like to sponsor the Choraliers by way of an in-kind donation.

The group of 75 singers will be performing a Christmas cantata, “O Little Town of Bethlehem,” on Sunday, Dec. 3 at 3 p.m. at the Townshend Theatre.