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So we're halfway through. Spirits are soaring, there's much anticipation for the Pro Photographer's showdown and new MC Mike Douglas. Fashion to follow, lots of bands, DogFest's free-for-all Dunking for Dogs.

And, of course, the Chairlift Revue to cap it all off. If I start now and end Sunday evening remembering again, I'll almost be able to thank Heather Paul enough for, let's not split hairs here, taking everything over this year. It's been a trying year for me and I'm pretty sure there wouldn't be a show Sunday night had it been left to my energy, focus and spare time. But we've got some highly entertaining plays from old favourite writers and from brand new names. There'll be highlights and lowlights, cheap laughs and, yes music. Not to mention something never before and probably never again seen on stage. Suspend your disbelief and please, leave your fruit at home. We're starting at 8 this year so we can all be bright-eyed when school starts Monday.

There's plenty of entertainment left this week. For all you folks who talk the talk about art and culture rising to an important place in the fabric of this town, now's the time to walk the walk. I want to see you out there. I'm taking attendance. Don't say you weren't warned.

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