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Looking for a real scare this Halloween season? Well you won’t want to miss Fort Fright, one of the scariest haunted houses in North America! Kingston’s Fort Henry has transformed itself into a truly spooky place that will be sure to send shivers down your spine. Fort Fright brings back the dead this fall with new locations, new technology and new frights!
New this year, parents can purchase a safe pass for their children that will allow them to enjoy the night without worry of too much fright! So bring your whole family for an evening of fun and scares.
This is the second year that Fort Fright has been completely redesigned for an interactive ghostly experience. Fort Fright’s theme this year, Dead Dark, will have you nervously checking over your shoulder wondering who or what will be popping out of the darkness. This is a truly authentic experience, worthy of every scream of excitement and fright.
Ontario is investing in public libraries through the new Ontario Libraries Capacity Fund.
This $10 million investment, over three years, announced in the 2014 Budget, recognizes the importance of Ontario’s public libraries and the vital role they play in building strong, vibrant communities.
OntarioLiveMusic.ca is a comprehensive live music listings site for Ontario.
The portal provides consumers and visitors with information about live music at concerts, festivals and events happening across the province.
Celebrate Ontario is an annual program that helps new and existing festivals and events enhance their programs, activities and services. The program also supports bid and event hosting costs of major one-time events and festivals attracting out-of-province visitors through the Blockbuster category. View upcoming events across Ontario.
Ontario celebrated the winners of the 2014 Premier's Awards for Excellence in the Arts at a gala event at Roy Thomson Hall on Septembre 16, 2014. The annual awards program honours Ontario's outstanding artists and arts organizations.
Lee Maracle, a critically acclaimed poet, novelist, performance storyteller and scriptwriter, is the winner of the Individual Artist Award. Maracle is currently a Traditional Teacher at the University of Toronto's First Nations House and an instructor at the Centre for Indigenous Theatre.