Choir! Choir! Choir!

“Choir! Choir! Choir! has fashioned a profound way for people to connect and interact” – The New Yorker



Choir! Choir! Choir! is a Toronto-based singing group led by creative directors Nobu Adilman and Daveed Goldman. The duo takes a non-traditional approach; there are no auditions, and the audience is the choir. Show up and they’ll teach you an original arrangement to a song you love. Founded in 2011, Choir! Choir! Choir! has amassed a dedicated and passionate community of singers and a thriving international fan base on YouTube amassing 10s of millions of views on some of their videos.

The group has performed with renowned artists such as Patti Smith, David Byrne, Rick Astley, Tegan and Sara, and Rufus Wainwright, and onstage at New York’s Carnegie Hall and Radio City Music Hall with the likes of Debbie Harry and The Flaming Lips. They’ve created content for NBC’s Jesus Christ Superstar with Hamilton’s Brandon Victor Dixon. And they they’ve performed at the MET in New York for New York Pride and hosted their own float in Toronto Pride. They remembered Canadian music hero, Gord Downie, by performing Grace Too with the surviving members of the Tragically Hip to 10,000 fans in Toronto.

Choir! Choir! Choir! exists to celebrate music and push the boundaries between practice and performance, artist and audience, offering therapeutic benefits with the ultimate side effect: a powerful community.

DRAG me to Creemore hosted by Enya Dreams

Creemore’s first ever drag show featuring three amazing queens who are ready to strut their stuff at the Creemore Legion as part of the Creemore Festival of the Arts hosted by Purple Hills Arts and  Heritage Society Friday, September 30 at 8 p.m.


Included in this stellar line up of top notch talents is the unbelievably beautiful and bold Enya Dreams. Described by the Buzz Mag she is part 1960’s supermodel Twiggy, part Brigette Bardot and a dash of ‘Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!’, this Toronto based drag sensation prances with style, poise and unpredictability. She brings along her friends Istealya Heart and Vylette for a night of unforgettable entertainment!

Doors open at 7 p.m. Cash bar with all funds raised benefiting the Creemore Legion.

Tickets are CHEAP – with the expectation that you will bring extra cash to tip out the queens for their performances.

Never been to a drag show? Don’t worry we want you to feel comfortable and put together a little Drag Intro so you come prepared for fun. 

Calling All Artists!

Artists & Artisans Registration
Festival of the Arts in Creemore and surrounding area
October 1 & 2, 2022

Artists on Location is a weekend-long collaboration of venue owners, artists/artisans, and the Purple Hills Arts & Heritage Society (PHAHS).

We are currently seeking artists interested in displaying artwork in a venue in downtown Creemore and surrounding area venues. October 1 and 2.  

To participate you must be a member of PHAHS (from $25). For more info visit

Purpose of the event:

  • To engage the village and area in the Creemore Festival of the Arts
  • To attract festival-goers with exciting work by artists and artisans
  • To enhance the festival experience for visitors through interactions with artists at each venue
  • To provide a platform for art sales and connections with potential art clients
  • To attract an arts-focused clientele to Creemore to support the business community
  • To promote Creemore as a creative, charming and inclusive destiny
  • To create an opportunity for artists to receive valuable public feedback on their work

If you would like to be part of this event please fill out the form below. To be included in the print materials make sure you submit by July 1st.

Please note that it is appreciated when artists engage with the public. It is an aspect of the festival that is especially meaningful to visitors. The venue owners cannot speak to your art in the same way that you can.

If you have any questions, please contact the Artist Coordinator
Martha Bull | Cell: (416) 546-2555 (text preferred) or by

Deadline for registrations: July 1, 2022

Click here to sign up for Artists on Location

Welcome to spring and community art

While getting your exercise or running essential errands take a peek at the works of your talented friends and neighbours:

Cathy BullCreemore 100 Mile Store
Heidi ElderCreemore 100 Mile Store
Ann Clifford143 Mill St
Catherine FullerThe Creemore Apothecary
Catherine MartiThe Creemore Apothecary
Jack MartiThe Creemore Apothecary
Erik RoatBank Cafe
Jordan EvelandBank Cafe
Tony RaponiBank Cafe
Dorothy ShropshireBank Cafe
Gail CaswellBank Cafe
Carole WatsonCreemore Springs Brewery
Jessica TamlinCreemore Springs Brewery
Bob HylandCreemore Springs Brewery
Grace RaponiCuriosity House
Kimberly AndersonCuriosity House
David Bruce JohnsonEastwood Vintage
Karin CliffordEastwood Vintage
Mary Anne TuplingEastwood Vintage
Elizabeth EisnerHeirloom142
Fran BullHeirloom142
Kathy WebberHeirloom142
Dennis CampbellHeirloom142
Bill MolnarHome Hardware
Dennis CampbellHome Hardware
Dorothy GrayHouse of Stitches
Marilyn KnutsonHouse of Stitches
Claire TranterLagom142
Michelle MatthewsLagom142
James BruerLagom172
Juliet JancsoLagom172
Liz EakinsLagom172
Sue MillerLagom172
Martha BullLagom172
Karen DeBoerNewsstand
Katie BeatonNewsstand
Maggie SearsNewsstand
Marilyn SextonNewsstand
Susie CosackNewsstand
Jennifer JohneNewsstand
Cathy CharleboisOld Mill Pub
Elizabeth van RynOld Mill Pub
Dorothy ShropshireOld Mill Pub
Sue AuldOld Mill Pub
Dorothee CosackPharmacy
Kathleen SeebackPharmacy
Maureen QuigleyPharmacy
Natalie de RuiterPharmacy
Bonnie MacPhersonPizza Perfect
Ella RoatPizza Perfect
Lily RoatPizza Perfect
Sandi WongRefillery
Martha BullRefillery
Nanci WhiteSeasons
Shirley LantSeasons
Stephen RoatSeasons
Emily GilbertSeasons
Faith CubbittSotheby’s
Margaret HoviusSotheby’s
Bob HylandSotheby’s
Tessa BullStranz
Andrew KennyStranz
Sue AuldStranz
Jennifer JohneStranz
Lindsay StarkWaterFirst
Rick ShubertWaterFirst
Sarah MillerWaterFirst
Cathie HylandWaterFirst
Isabelle V.WaterFirst
Emily wortsWaterFirst
Miles MillarWaterFirst
Remy MillarWaterFirst