Port Dover's celebration begins Friday night, September 22, with the toe-tapping virtuosity of the Sandplains Serenade. Enjoy a feel-good showcase of exceptional musicianship, three-part vocal harmonies, and engaging storytelling at Lighthouse Festival Theatre, one of Norfolk County's most popular cultural spaces. The Sandplains Serenade is performed by the The Sandplains Pickers, a bluegrass / folk band, which includes accomplished local musicians and songwriters Ian Bell, Darren and Alison Schott, and Matt Raitt, accompanied by renowned fiddler Shane Cook. Every song in the Serenade is written by a Norfolk County songwriter, and many are about the unique people, places, and traditions that make our community special.
Performances by Six Nations dance company Tribal Vision open the Saturday entertainment at Powell Park. Tribal vission features six dancers and a traditional singer performing locally significant dances in ceremonial dress.
Cindy Dell 10:45am
Rachel Heart 11:15am
Scratches & Dents 12:30pm
Cindy Dell 1:30pm
Lacey Hill 3:00pm
In Debt 4:15pm
the 1z 5:30pm
Guided tours of the estate, accompanied by an exhibition of Clonmel artifacts, including historical photos, original blueprints, building contracts, and more.
High tea service and live entertainment from 1:00 - 4:00pm for $20.
An exhibition and sale of art work by artists who participated in the 2017 Norfolk Studio Tour for people who missed the tour, or want a second look. Artists include Caroline Muir, Ingrid Zyma-Irvin, Carol Gerrett, Michelle Snively-Jefferies, Pam Schneider, and Joanne Munzar.