Celtic Maze


2018 Ontario Tour and Toronto Singing Workshop

October 14, 2018

Hello, Folks.

Happy fall! Today was a great day for apple picking, my 92-year-old mom and I went to a local orchard where old varieties are on offer. I like to preserve a big supply of apple butter. Tomorrow we turn the water off at Rock Barra Retreat for the winter. We had an incredible season there with more activities than ever ranging from Lomi Lomi Hawaiian massage to making your own medicine bag with a Cree grandmother. And did I mention the awesome beach weather?

It’s that time of year again. October Browne and I are headed out on our annual Ontario tour. This is our eleventh year on the road together. We always have a fabulous time!

Here’s where we are playing:

Friday, November 2nd, 7:30 p.m.

The Rail’s End Gallery in Haliburton
Email info@railsendgallery.com / 705-457-2330

Saturday November 3rd, 8:00p.m.

Bougie Mountain in Esplanola
Visit boogiemountain.com / Call me at 819-217-9351 or email GM@boogiemountain.com

Sunday, November 4th

Cafe in the Woods on Manitoulin Island (2619 Highway 540)
Email cafeinthewoods@gmail.com / 705-368-2744 (daytime) or 705-368-2193

Friday, November 9th, 7:30 p.m.

Bedlam House Concert in the east end of Toronto

Saturday, November 10th

Marvin’s Music Palace in Belleville Ontario

Sunday, November 11th

House concert in Prince Edward County

For house concert ticket information and locations, email me at teresa@teresadoyle.com.

In addition to the concerts I am offering a singing workshop in Toronto on Thursday, November 8th from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm. I’ll be sharing some vocal techniques in the first hour and then we will explore singing as a healing modality with chanting and improvisation. The workshop will be in a private backyard studio near St. Clair and Vaughan. I’ll give the address to you once you’ve registered. The cost is $45 and space is limited. To pre-register send an e-transfer to teresa@teresadoyle.com. For more information, email me or call 902-969-0367.

Teresa in blueberry field

Photo by Brett Bunston. The MacLean Family Farm blueberry fields in fall.

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