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SLC Theatre gives a “firey” performance

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin
As people arrived in the Champlain-St. Lawrence Amphitheatre, they made their way to chairs along the walls, leaving the centre free for SLC Theatre’s performance of The Flaming Youth, presented at the college from April 6 to 8. 

Unique new exhibits at the MNBAQ

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin
The Musée national des Beaux-Arts du Québec (MNBAQ) recently opened two new thought-provoking exhibits in the Gérard-Morisset pavilion.

QAC launches Memories, Mementos and Magic project

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Photo: Shirley Nadeau
Some 25 former and current members of the Quebec Art Company (QAC) amateur theatre group gathered in the library of the Morrin Centre last Friday evening to reminisce about the dramatic and musical productions they were involved in since the QAC was founded 35 years ago.  

College students show modern fashion in historic hall

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin
Champlain-St. Lawrence students, fashionistas, friends and families filled the Salle des Promotions of the Petit-Séminaire de Québec on April 1 to take in the college’s annual fashion show.

Following cocktails on the upper mezzanine of the hall, guests took their seats along the catwalk on the main floor.  

Everyone in Quebec City is Irish for the day of the 8th annual Défilé de la Saint-Patrick

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Quebec City Mayor Régis Labeaume took a moment to have his photo taken with the children of the Kiwanis Québec organization while waiting for the parade to get underway. He is wearing his St. Patrick’s High School Fighting Irish green leather jacket. Photos by Cassandra Kerwin 

One Nite Band Kitchen Party continues St. Paddy’s fun

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin

Following the Défilé de la Saint-Patrick last Saturday, some 125 people continued the festivities later in the evening at the annual One Nite Band Kitchen Party with Ed Sweeney and six fellow musicians who transformed the Centre Loisirs Saint-Sacrement into an Irish pub.

Steve Cameron launches new book Hill Notes: ‘Glimpses’ of Before

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Photo: courtesy of Steven Cameron

After Hill Search: the Robert Corrigan Story, and Hill Tales: Still Searching, local author Steven L. Cameron now presents Hill Notes: ‘Glimpses’ of Before.

Quebec Art Company doubles down with farce by acclaimed Canadian playwright Norm Foster

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Photo: QAC

Last year was a big one for Norm Foster. Not only did the prolific Canadian playwright find himself pinned with an Order of Canada, there was the inauguration of a festival in St. Catharines, Ontario, devoted to his works. On top of that, he got engaged.

Calling all QuACkers . . .

Quebec Art Company launching Memories, Mementos and Magic

Inspired by our 35th anniversary gala event held in early December, the Quebec Art Company, in partnership with the Morrin Centre, is launching a new project, QAC – Memories, Mementos and Magic, to gather, preserve and share memories and mementos from the theatre troupe's impressive repertoire of productions.

Luxury vehicles in the spotlight at International Car Show

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Photo: Cassandra Kerwin
The Centre de Foires at ExpoCité was filled with vehicles of all sorts during Quebec City’s 32nd International Car Show held last weekend. Enthusiasts were surrounded by hundreds of cars presented by 30 dealerships, including 50 newly-released vehicles. Luxury brands took the spotlight in the Silverwax Pavilion.