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LSSU offers young writers publication party

LSSU offers young writers publication party

Young Writers’ Month encourages kindergarten throug h sixth-grade students to have fun reading and writing narratives
Corn, creeps and clowns. Do you have the guts?

Corn, creeps and clowns. Do you have the guts?

The haunted corn maze returns to Mockingbird Hill Farm
Annual Halloween Spectacular to take place Friday

Annual Halloween Spectacular to take place Friday

Free hayrides will transport trick-or-treaters along portions of Ashmun Street and Portage Avenue
Your chance to experience 'Letterkenny'... live!

Your chance to experience 'Letterkenny'... live!

Tickets go on sale this week
'Docu-concert' tells the story of a legendary Canadian coffee house <b>(7 photos)</b>

'Docu-concert' tells the story of a legendary Canadian coffee house (7 photos)

'Riverboat Coffee House: The Yorkville Scene' was presented as part of the Algoma Fall Festival Saturday night
'If we are going to tell stories, we need to tell the stories of these women'

'If we are going to tell stories, we need to tell the stories of these women'

Parental discretion is advised for the play 'Good Kids', which deals with sexual assault
Ever wanted to play 'Win, Lose or Draw'? This is your chance. Kind of

Ever wanted to play 'Win, Lose or Draw'? This is your chance. Kind of

It's definitely your chance to help Shot in the Dark Productions support Habitat for Humanity and have a lot of fun
Free workshop will teach teens the art of documentary filmmaking

Free workshop will teach teens the art of documentary filmmaking

Teens aged 13 to 19 are invited to an intensive two-day workshop led by 15-year documentary filmmaker, Aeyliya Husain
Hey, students! Here's your chance to watch cool movies all night long

Hey, students! Here's your chance to watch cool movies all night long

The 16th annual All Night Film Fest is open to high school students aged 14 to 18
Arts workshops hosted for female Indigenous students

Arts workshops hosted for female Indigenous students

Students will participate in mask-making and creative movement, film, photography, and soapstone carving while learning about important social issues