Entertainment Local

Supplied Photo

Sultans of String coming Dec. 9

Celebrate the season with a trip around the world on Dec. 9 at Utopia Hall when the Sultans of String perform their new Christmas Caravanconcert, an exuberant show featuring originals, world music inspired classics, and seasonal favourites to warm your heart on a cold winter's night. From fiery fiddle tunes to a Caribbean sleigh ride, this surprisi

The Treblemakers' Barrie concert takes place on Thursday at the Barrie Salvation Army Citadel, 151 Lillian Cres., beginning at 7:30 p.m. Doors open at 7 p.m. SUBMITTED

Treblemakers coming to Barrie

The Treblemakers, a new adult community choir, marks its first concert in Barrie this week, just in time for the holiday music season.

Natalie Martin, right, plays Flounder the fish in Kempenfelt Community Players young company show The Little Mermaid Jr. With her is Adam Ashby as Prince Eric. The musical starts Friday for a three-day run at the Georgian Theatre. SUBMITTED

'Big party on stage'

Flounder has Ariel’s back, just as any best friend would in any time period, environment or world.

The Barrie Arts Barrie Arts Committee marks its first art show this weekend, a Pop-Up Christmas Art Gallery at the Mady Centre for the Performing Arts. Katie Green, whose specialty is screen printing and textiles, is one of 20 local artists participating in the event. SUBMITTED

Green leaves her mark

The Barrie Arts Barrie Arts Committee marks its first art show this weekend, a Pop-Up Christmas Art Gallery at the Mady Centre for the Performing Arts.

Piper Hill poses as she looks out onto the capacity crowd on hand for Somniatis II, held Saturday night at Casino Rama. The wearable art show was a fundraiser for the Orillia Museum of Art and History.

Somniatis II a show stopper

The Orillia Museum of Art and History hosted another incredibly successful fundraiser Saturday night at Casino Rama. A capacity crowd turned out for Somniatis II Wearable Art Show, building off the success of the first event, held last year at the museum.

Robbie Craig amd his five-year-old daughter, Hannah, show some of his work. The Barrie native is returning from Yellowknife, where he lives, for an art show and sale this weekend at the Holiday Inn. SUBMITTED

Craig testing the waters

An impromptu pop-up art show a couple of years ago sparked an art movement in Robbie Craig's life, particularly in his hometown.