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OCTOBER 2013

TODAY'S HEADLINE 10/29/2013

Musicians Graydon James and Laura Spink will perform at the 'Till Things Are Brighter: The Songs of Johnny Cash’ fundraiser for the Greenwood Coalition on Nov. 2 at the Cameco Capitol Theatre in Port Hope.

PORT HOPE -- Sit back and enjoy the songs of music legend Johnny Cash in an annual fundraiser.


Johnny Cash -- the musician, family man, recovered addict and spokesman for the downtrodden -- continues to inspire Till Things Are Brighter: The Songs of Johnny Cash, the third annual fundraiser for the Green Wood Coalition. The concert is set for Nov. 2 at the Cameco Capitol Theatre in Port Hope.


Read the rest of the Northumberland News article here.


THE WINNER IS... 10/26/2013


The winning ticket for our Gourmet Dinner Raffle was drawn at this afternoon's Open House by Fundraising Chair, Loretta Fraser, ably assisted by Kaye Torrie. And the winner is...Bobbye Thorn of Port Hope. Congratulations, Bobbye!


Thanks to each person who purchased a ticket, helping us to raise over $1,700. Our thanks also to the sponsors of our special prize package:



Chef Gary Cole


Our neighbour on John Street in Port Hope, The Beamish House, is offering a 'Johnny Cash' pre-show, Southern-style menu for Saturday, November 2. Make a reservation and start your evening there, before enjoying the show at The Capitol Theatre.





Much has been written and said about the life and times of the charismatic, sometimes volatile, always thought-provoking musician, Johnny Cash. Green Wood's annual


fundraising concert, 'Till Things Are Brighter: The Songs of Johnny Cash, connects the dots between Johnny Cash, the artist, and Johnny Cash, the humanitarian whose songs addressed racism, injustice, addiction and poverty. Columnist David Hughes tells a story that places the heartbeat of Cash in our local context. Tickets for next week's show are on sale at Ganaraska Art & Framing in downtown Port Hope, or by calling 905-269-7610. Here's a clip from last year's 'Till Things Are Brighter' concert, featuring a moving performance of Cash's song 'Unchained' by legendary Canadian singer/songwriter, Melwood Cutlery.





Tickets for this year's fundraising concert, "Till Things Are Brighter: The Songs of Johnny Cash', go on sale Monday, October 7, in Port Hope. The legend of Johnny Cash - musician, family man, recovered addict, and spokesman for the downtrodden - continues to inspire this annual musical revue, set for Saturday, November 2 at the Cameco Capitol Theatre in Port Hope.


Two previous shows, featuring a stellar roster of roots artists performing Cash’s repertoire, have been a hit with the audience.This year's concert is expected to be a sell out, with this fantastic performer lineup, just released by Artistic Director/Host, David Newland:



Tickets ($30/$25 in advance) are available at Ganaraska Art & Framing, in downtown Port Hope.




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