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September 2022

John Ware Reimagined by Cheryl Foggo

September 1 @ 7:30 pm
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An event every day that begins at 7:30 pm, repeating until September 3, 2022

Blyth Festival Harvest Stage, 377 Gypsy Lane
Blyth, Ontario N0M 1H0
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Original Music by Miranda Martini and Kris Demeanor Drama/History/Folk Music Joni loved everything about cowgirl life. From her checkered shirt, to her fringe vest, to the whistle on her hat, to Dale Evans on the Roy Rogers Show. But growing up as a young Black girl in 1960s Calgary, Joni struggled to see herself represented in the cowboy culture she adored: that is, until she found her under-sung hero: John Ware. By some accounts John Ware was one of the…

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John Ware Reimagined by Cheryl Foggo

September 2 @ 7:30 pm
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An event every day that begins at 7:30 pm, repeating until September 3, 2022

Blyth Festival Harvest Stage, 377 Gypsy Lane
Blyth, Ontario N0M 1H0
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Original Music by Miranda Martini and Kris Demeanor Drama/History/Folk Music Joni loved everything about cowgirl life. From her checkered shirt, to her fringe vest, to the whistle on her hat, to Dale Evans on the Roy Rogers Show. But growing up as a young Black girl in 1960s Calgary, Joni struggled to see herself represented in the cowboy culture she adored: that is, until she found her under-sung hero: John Ware. By some accounts John Ware was one of the…

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John Ware Reimagined by Cheryl Foggo

September 3 @ 7:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 7:30 pm, repeating until September 3, 2022

Blyth Festival Harvest Stage, 377 Gypsy Lane
Blyth, Ontario N0M 1H0
+ Google Map

Original Music by Miranda Martini and Kris Demeanor Drama/History/Folk Music Joni loved everything about cowgirl life. From her checkered shirt, to her fringe vest, to the whistle on her hat, to Dale Evans on the Roy Rogers Show. But growing up as a young Black girl in 1960s Calgary, Joni struggled to see herself represented in the cowboy culture she adored: that is, until she found her under-sung hero: John Ware. By some accounts John Ware was one of the…

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