Silver and Gold Magazine Fall 2016 - Page 11

‘The FROZEN GOOSE’ Canadian Premiere in Burlington PLAY Leading the way to healthier, independent lifestyles Click for Official Trailer: Sunday, September 11, 3 and 4pm at the Art Gallery of Burlington Originally published in 2014 as a short story in a WWI anthology, the classic Canadian story The FROZEN GOOSE, focuses on the struggles of a rural Canadian family coping in the aftermath of World War One. Loss, anger & deep misunderstanding mingle with tender trust – and love – as a broken family inch toward the future. Seniors’ Day is every Thursday! Burlington 3023 New St Oakville 448 Speers Rd 905 632-2312 905 844-1445 Written and directed by mid-career Burlington artist, Margaret Lindsay Holton and shot in Burlington, Milton and at Westfield Heritage Village, the stellar local cast includes talented youngsters, Hannah Ralph and Cameron Brindle, who play siblings of acting veteran Leslie Gray, the grieving widow. Actor Rod McTaggart, as the stalwart and steadfast ‘shop-keeper’ contrasts sharply with John Fort, acting as the returning and troubled soldier. Hamilton 250 King St E Hamilton Mountain 1575 Upper Ottawa St St. Catharines 145 Carlton St Timeless World War One ditties and fiddling reels are woven throughout the film, masterfully performed by fiddler extraordinaire, David MacLean, and local folk group, Whiskey Epiphany. The Canadian Premiere of The FROZEN GOOSE will show at the Art Gallery of Burlington on Sunday afternoon, September 11th. Tickets to two screenings will be available via on-line ticket retailer Eventbrite: Join Us! Alternatively, order your own DVD via the Director’s website, by clicking on The FROZEN GOOSE tab: Or for more information: 905-393-5106 Valid at our Shoppers Home Health Care® retail locations in Burlington, Hamilton, Oakville and St. Catharines only. September 1st through November 30th, 2016 905 547-0188 905 560-5661 905 641-5200