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You will never ask “What is happening north of Toronto (and in central and northern Ontario) this weekend”? again! Use our events calendar to find things to do in Ontario and even in Ontario this weekend or in the future. Whether you like to lay low and chill or get your rush from adrenaline-pumping activities and experiences – the calendar has events for everyone, in every season from the Bruce Peninsula to the Ottawa Valley!
Depending on your drive, you’ll find action anywhere from 1 hour away from Toronto to 5. Our events are not limited to highways 400 and 11 either. These are just the first two highway suggestions to travel north and find adventure in Ontario.submit your event
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Doogie & Dun
September 26, 2019 @ 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm
Doogie &Dun is a musical alliance between long time Canadian musician/vocalists, Douglas John Cameron and Duncan Fremlin. They’vecome together after almost a century on stage, Douglas as an award winning vocalist and songwriter and Duncan as the leader of one of the longest running bands in Canadian country music, Whiskey Jack. Their collaboration was born 10 years ago but continues to evolve as they travel the country with their very popular show, Whiskey Jack Presents Stories and Songs of Stompin’ Tom.
For much of his 40 year career, Duncan and his band could be seen on CBC TV’s Tommy Hunter Show and on stage as Stompin’ Tom’s band. During those same decades, Douglas was winning Juno nominations with hit songs like Mona With The Children and Ants In Your Pants.
The fusion of Douglas’ vocal and songwriting acumen with Duncan’s singing and banjo wizardry has resulted in an engaging, relaxed and highly entertaining show. They touch the hearts and funny bones of fans of all ages and musical persuasions. This union is also fed by their mutual determination to continue to excel at their craft and engage more fans by writing and singing better songs.
Their show presents “the best of” their combined catalogue of songs interspersed with outrageous tales of their many encounters with fellow Canadians, characters right out of a Charles Dickens book. Much of their work is available on their numerous CDs, Youtube videos and now in book form. Duncan’s new book, My Good Times With Stompin’ Tom has just been released and is creating a buzz in the Canadian literary community.