When Winnie Knew
37 Main St E
Huntsville, ON P1H 1A1
Sunday July 16, 2017 marks 100 years since the identification of the body of the iconic and influential artist Tom Thomson, who spent years exploring, painting, and perhaps loving in and around Huntsville and Algonquin Park.
WHEN WINNIE KNEW
THE MYSTERY OF THE DEATH OF TOM THOMSON
An original play and fundraiser for the Huntsville Hospital Foundation
“When Winnie Knew” is an original live play based on Roy MacGregor’s book Northern Light: The Enduring Mystery of Tom Thomson and the Woman Who Loved Him, as adapted by Grant Nickalls.
Sunday July 16, 2107 marks 100 years since the body of iconic Canadian painter Tom Thomson was found in Canoe Lake, and “when Winnie knew.”
Roy MacGregor – as himself
Grant Nickalls – as Tom Thomson
Cydney Jones – as Winnifred Trainor
And with original music by Sean Cotton
ALSO AT PARTNERS HALL ON JULY 16
THROUGH TOM’S EYES: A DISCOVERY OF TRUTH, LIGHT AND COLOUR
100 boards by artist Janine Marson.
Artist’s receptionat 1:00pm. Details at janinemarson.com
ALGONQUIN OUTFITTERS PADDLE ART CONTEST
Art on a Paddle —Entries on display.
Details at algonquinoutfitters.com
This is a one-time-only performance that you will not want to miss.
Come on out and support our hospital.
Tickets at algonquintheatre.ca
Read more about it in this Huntsville Doppler Article