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True Stories by A Bunch of People Arts & Events

  • October 16, 2021
  • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
  • Winchester United Church - 519 St Lawrence St., Winchester


A Bunch of People Arts and Events presents:
TRUE STORIES - Readings of Real Life

Come enjoy an evening of True Life Stories accompanied by music.

Ten local authors have teamed up with five local musicians to deliver a captivating evening of story and instrumental music. Picture our community coming together after nineteen months of isolation. Everybody gathers in the gorgeous sanctuary of the Winchester United Church. The crowd sits down with their family and friends to listen to their neighbours share stories that they’ve only told their closest friends. Now picture those stories being set to beautiful instrumentals. A guitar accents a pivotal moment in a journey. A piano builds suspense. A ukulele drives anticipation. The author takes you to a vulnerable place and you’re held in the space that was their life - glancing through an open window to their experience and internal sojourn.

This evening of stories is filled with bravery, triumph, laughter and twisted limbs.  Come listen to strong, life changing, and sometimes gross life events from people you just might know, while giving to charity.

Starring (in no particular order): Sandra McNeill, Jed Looker, Daphne Evans, Patrick Burger, Jo-Anne Barton, Harmony Koiter, Marie-Therese Robinson, Paul Stockton, Gordon Owen, Amanda Million.

Instrumentals by: Daniel Trolly, Michael Trolly, Tony Glen, Rachelle Eves, Rick Ventrella, & Steve Wilmink.

All profit from this event goes to a local charity (House of Lazarus).

Tickets: $15 ($10 for under 18 years old)
To book call: 613 346-5064 or email:

Directed by Harmony Koiter and Marie-Therèse Robinson


Today, our Chamber represents the diverse interests of member businesses - from farming to fashion - across a broad spectrum of pursuits operating out of charming villages, busy and burgeoning subdivisions, and a sprawling rural countryside mosaic that quietly bustles with activity just beyond the southern boundary of the Nation's Capital. 





Call: 613-223-9765



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