Queen Street Music School

Ho Ho Heroes and Guitars

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The First Annual Guitars For Kids Fundraiser captured live at the Preston Legion on Sunday, November 29th, 2015
Good times brought to you by Cambridge Live Music in partnership with Bob’s Guitar Service, Queen Street Music School and the Idea Exchange

Outstanding community support that just keeps on growing for this very worthy cause and one of the most rewarding volunteer opportunities out there…

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More smiles, more music and a message from Bob Egan

Watch the 12 minute montage video below:

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Fabulous Firkin Music Matinee

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 12th Cambridge Live Music Matinee MeetUp

25 minute montage capturing the Open Mic & Fundraiser
 Sunday, September 27th, 2015

Hosted by Official Live Music Venue Sponsor, the Fiddle & Firkin, 

707 King Street East in Preston Towne Centre, Cambridge, Ontario

WATCH 2.24 MINUTE TRAILER HERE

House Band – Factory City

Open Mic:
1. Alexia & Emma from Queen Street Music School  
2. Jim Dyer host of the Friday Night Jam at Brown Dog Coffee Shoppe
3. Piper In The Burg – Andrew Huxley Osborne
4. Craig Dougan Band   
5. The Sarcastic Onions  
6. Dan Walsh   
7. Sue Windover & Sandy MacDonald
8. Deluxe Drive Band
9. Legion – Derek Kasza
10. Joe Lopez of The Initials  

Gorilla recorded and mixed live off the floor using a Zoom H-6

Hosted by Midday with RJ from FM 98.5 CKWR – Cambridge Live Music’s Official Media Sponsor
Special thanks to the Fiddle & Firkin for preparing an amazing buffet for all the performers, and Black Tie Affair Hospitality for their assistance with serving and clean-up.

Great party! Can’t wait for #13

“I wish this was” La Mur

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Street Party Celebrations & Urban Art

captured live

Saturday, September 26, 2015

following 4 weeks of public outreach and community engagement

“I wish this was…”

A call for citizens to participate in the expression of a new vision for Hespeler Village, inspired by Neighborland (http://candychang.com/i-wish-this-was/), a forum/rally for collaborative civic art south of the border. Traditional media outlets, a social media campaign and a “chalkboard” have been used by the Village BIA to encourage community engagement and participation. The Chalkboard was mounted to a concrete monument located at the northeast gateway at Queen Street & Guelph Avenue which will soon be demolished to make room for the proposed Public Art. While the original intention was to commission the Work as part of the current streetscape project, the Hespeler BIA proposed to engage the community and get a sense of “I wish this was” at this very prominent corner. City of Cambridge staff are supportive and excited about the idea.

Follow the campaign at:
facebook.com/HespelerVillageSmashup
twitter.com/skitaberry

Curious about Hespeler Village? Visit:

facebook.com/HespelerVillage
facebook.com/thecityofcambridge
The Fashion History Museum
Company of Neighbours
Queen Street Music School
Urban Artist Ean Kools
Galt Strokers Club
O&V Tasting Room