Shadowfax will be hosting the following Psychic, Intuitive and Card Readers for the month of March. Stop in or call ahead to book a reading with your favourite or try someone new!
March 4th - Nancy Browman
Soul Glimpse Readings
March 11th - Suzanne Ritchie
Lenormand or Kipper Card Readings
March 18th - Leanne Dwyer
Angel Tarot Card Readings
March 25th - Nancy Kerr Wilson
Crystal and Oracle Card Readings
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Please stop by the reader’s facebook or web pages for more information on their particular gifts. Prices vary- please give the store a call at 613-267-6817 to book your appointment and to inquire about costs. Readings are for entertainment purposes only. Walk-ins Welcome
This event is designed to promote women's physical and mental health. You are invited to drop in and listen and learn about the community resources available to you.
This event supports the Lanark County Interval House. There is a $5 entry donation. Listed below are the numerous health and wellness professionals attending this popular event!
Andrea Picket, Pelvic Health Physio, Perth
Krista Mark-Cleroux, RMT/ infant massage, Perth
Heather Church, Blue Heron Psychotherpay, Perth
Amber Young, RMT/ breath health, Almonte
Dr. Kelly Johnson, Chiropractor, Perth
Shula Ber Levtov Psychotherapist, Kemptville, Merrickville
Laurie Winter, Sakura Karate- self defense, Perth
Laura Kissman, Holistic nutritionist, Almonte
Shirley Lotz, Bodiboost, Perth
Haley Bowes, Aruma Wellness Studio, Lanark
Parrish Wilson, Author, Writing Coach, Perth
Stephanie Drummond, Thrive rep., Perth
Johanne Brennan, Author, speaker, Ottawa
Jodi Lee, Lactation Consultant, Ottawa
Natasha Lafaso, Doula, Perth
Dash Smolentseva, Artizen Kombucha, Perth
Melinda Moir, Indian head massage/ relflex,. Perth
Hollywood Bogaerts, Hollywood Fitness Studio, Carleton Place
Marilyn Allen, Shaki Yoga, Perth
Cath Ball, Perth Physio & Wellness Studio, Perth
Kim Lally-White, Do Terra oils, Perth
Krista Mackler, Kelly’s Flowers, Perth
2018 Perth Health & Wellness Event Professional Presentations- Saturday March 4th
9 AM - AMBER YOUNG - GUIDED MEDIATION - BOARDROOM
9:30 AM- AMBER YOUNG - BREAST HEALTH - BOARDROOM
10 AM - KRISTA MARKS-CLEROUX - INFANT MASSAGE - BASEMENT SPA
11 AM - JODI LEE - LACTATION - BOARDROOM
11:30 AM - LAURA KISSMAN - NUTRITION FOR WOMEN - BOARDROOM
12 PM - AMANDA NEADOW - ADHD IN GIRLS - BOARDROOM
12:30 PM - DR. K. JOHNSON - CHIRO/ NET - BOARDROOM
1 PM - PARRISH WILSON - GUEST- AUTHOR - BOARDROOM
2 PM - ANDREA/ SHULA/ ERIN - GIRL TALK - BASEMENT SPA
3 PM - LAURIE WINTER - SELF-DEFENSE - BASEMENT SPA
Tickets are available at: https://www.facebook.com/events/163981324209691/
Live Music at O'Reilly's Bar and Grill
Feb 9th - Nolan Hubbard at 8:45 pm - 11:45 p.m.
Feb 16th Stephen Mark Fisher at 8: 45 pm. - 11:45 p.m.
Feb 23rd - at River City Junction at 8:45 p.m. - 11:45 p.m.
Studio Theatre presents
On a First Name Basis.
Feb 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 9th and 10th at 7:30 p.m.
Afternoon matinees on Feb 4th and Feb 11th at 2 p.m.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing Missouri
Friday, February 16, 7:30 p.m.
Saturday, February 17, 2 p.m. –
Live Music at The Golden Arrow
Wednesday Nights are Karaoke NIghts, Feb 14th, 21st and 28th.
Thursday Nights are Open Mic NIghts, Feb 8th, 15th, and 22nd.
Feb. 9th, Matt Dickson from 9 - 11:30 p.m.
Feb 10th, Brea Lawrenson at 9 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Feb 16th, JImmy and the Tritones , 9 pm - 11:30 p.m.
Feb 17th, Red Fox, 9 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Feb 23rd, Logan Fox 9 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Feb 24th, Ted Lalonde 9 p.m. - 11:30 p.m.
Fiddlehead’s Bar and Grill
Open Mic Night with Kevin Choffee, every Thursday at 9 p.m.
Feb 21st - Sign and Sip 7 p.m.
Payment can be made by etransfer to email@example.com https://www.facebook.com/events/2051895188377722/
Deadline for stencil choice and payment submission is Tuesday February 13th
Fire and Ice Dance - Crystal Palace
February 17th from 7 - 11:55 p.m.
The Listening Room Series presents
Sunday Feb 18th, at 7 p.m. at the Perth Tea Room
For tickets call Steve @ 613-267-8532
ARticle by Cathy james-Cat's Cove Communications
Location: Corner of Gore and Herriot streets, downtown Perth
Realtor Overview: This is certainly one of Perth’s most prestigious stone buildings in the centre of the downtown core. The Royal Bank is a long-standing tenant that occupies the entire main floor. There are 13 residential units which all have very unique characteristics with high ceilings, gorgeous hardwood flooring, original trim and high baseboards. Each unit has a very special view – some of the park and Tay River, others with great views of beautiful historic downtown Perth. The building offers a very strong tenant base with virtually no vacancies. See the Realtor Listing
The History: Take a look at the middle image from 1910. Yes, that’s the same building location! This building originally housed the James & Reid Hardware store and Farmer Boot & Shoe store. The James & Reid Hardware Store was a popular spot throughout the 20th century. The bottom photo was taken in 1912. James & Reid moved down the street by that time.
Location: Gore Street at Tay Basin
Realtor Overview: Circa 1931, the Crain building is a local landmark. Absolute prime downtown location in historic Perth, directly across from Town Hall & Stewart Park, backing onto an unrestricted view of the Tay Basin. Very well maintained two-storey building with full lower level – secure file storage, staff kitchen, commercial men's/ladies' washrooms. Main floor with grand main entry plus second full entry to Gore Street, men's/ladies washrooms and excellent professional offices. Second level with 10 offices, board room, kitchenette, men’s/ladies washrooms and secure vault. 8 parking spaces included, adjacent to public parking lot. Heating, cooling systems, windows, electrical, doors, interior finish all very recent. Very solid investment! See the Realtor Listing.
The history: Erected in 1932 to house the Post Office on the ground floor and Canada Customs and caretaker’s residence on the second floor, before it eventually turned into commercial real estate. The building is owned by the Crain family, which housed the Crain and Schooley Insurance Company for years. Its backyard is literally a view of the Tay Basin and it’s right across the street from Town Hall and Stewart Park. Look at that classic car in the photo *swoon*
Location: Corner of Gore and Harvey streets
Realtor’s breakdown: Excellent downtown location with ample parking. This grand stone building consists of 9 residential units and one long-standing commercial tenant. There are 4 one bedroom units, 4 two bedroom units and a bachelor apartment. Located on the corner of Gore Street & Harvey Street, walking distance to all amenities. Rent roll, income and expenses available upon request. All residential tenants are month-to-month. Many of the original features still in place with high baseboards, hardwood floors, high ceilings and original interior shutters. See the Realtor's Listing
The history: Daniel Daverne used to live in this building. You’ve likely never heard of him, but he was a wanted man (or some may say, a scapegoat) from the town’s earliest days. Here’s why:
Because Perth was a military settlement, the army brought a superintendent, Daniel Daverne into Perth to be in charge of land grants and town provisions, as well as funds; in 1820, he mysteriously disappeared in the middle of the night only for the town to find out later that there were no funds left.
Of course, this made Daverne look very suspicious; many years later, when O’Reilly’s was moving into this building, they started a construction project to expose the original stone underneath an outer plaster layer; when they removed the outer layer, out fell Daniel Daverne’s journal! Many people thought that this would provide answers to the Daverne mystery.
The journal did not end up providing many answers as to what exactly happened to Daniel Daverne; however, there is now speculation that it was the military that spent most of the funds, and simply pinned it on Daverne, as he was low ranking; Daverne then got out of town before the people retaliated.
So, interested, yet? We have completely fallen for the romance of historic buildings and the stories that lie within them; and we thought you would, too.
Ladies it is time to pamper yourself and enjoy a wonderful weekend in Perth this January! Take advantage of the amazing package available at the Best Western Plus Parkside Inn and Spa, join us downtown and explore our a amazing shops and take part in the Come Wander Perth event on January 27th! Click the button on our home page for more details.
Norm Foster's 'On A First Name Basis' is simply irresistible.
On A First Name Basis (premiering Feb. 1 at the Studio Theatre) is one of Norm Foster's more recent comedies, and it proves that his humour, heart, and humanity have become even sharper with age.
We are introduced to David Kilbride, a reclusive novelist who has employed the same maid for 20 years. One day he realizes he knows absolutely nothing about her -- not even her first name -- while she know everything about him: his three wives, the sorry state of his current manuscript, and even where he keeps the good scotch. Disgusted with his own superficiality, Kilbride proposes that for a few hours they get to know one another, at long last, on a first name basis.
This irresistible Foster comedy premieres Thursday, February 1st for seven shows. Advance tickets are $24 exclusively at Tickets Please in the Matheson House Museum Visitor Centre. Tickets are $24 at the Studio Theatre box office on show nights. Attend opening night and save $5! For complete details please visit studiotheatreperth.com.
In rehearsal: Hugh McCulloch and Krista Duff star as novelist David Kilbride and housekeeper Lucy Hopperstaad in Norm Foster's comedy/drama 'On A First Name Basis', premiering at the Studio Theatre Thursday, February 1st at 7:30. Visit studiotheatreperth.com for further details.