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Steve Patterson live at Regent Theatre

Comedy Country
Familiar to hundreds of thousands of Canadians as the host of CBC Radio One’s hit show “The Debaters”, Steve Patterson is a veteran headline comic who has performed all across Canada and all around the world. He has been a professional headliner since 1997 and has taped numerous national television specials in the past decade including four Just For Laughs galas.  His performance in 2010 earned him a Gemini nomination and caused host Steve Martin afterwards to exclaim:
If I’d known he was going to be THAT good, I would have cancelled him.  – Steve Martin
Reserved Seating Tickets: $42.00,
VIP Tickets: $60.00
VIP Ticket includes access to an intimate post-show after party on-site featuring Steve Patterson meet-and-greet, hors d’oeuvres and samplings by:
The County Cider Company and Rosehall Run Winery
The above price includes BIF, box office service fees and HST if applicable.
It does not include online service fees.

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Dealing with Rude Behaviour with Dr Julie Gowthorpe. RSW

Dr. Julie Gowthorpe, RSW joins Sean Kelly, Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron to talk about coping with rude behaviour in social settings.

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Mix97 Tiff Correspondent Tanya Anthony joins the Morning Crew

CP24 Morning Show host Steve Anthony’s  and his wife Tanya Anthony have been taking in a lot of the fun and exciting events that are generated from the annual Toronto International Film Festival – TIFF.

We catch up with Tanya early this morning to hear about the BUZZ



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#DoorsOpenOntario in Belleville/Quinte West this fall

#DoorsOpenOntario continues this fall!

For listings in Belleville and Quinte West CLICK HERE

Theatres, fire stations, breweries, trails and a historic lighthouse are just some of the fascinating places participating in Doors Open Ontario this fall. From August through October, 26 communities across the province will host their Doors Open Ontario events.


Hundreds of buildings and sites, many not usually open to the public, will welcome visitors on weekends free of charge. Commemorate the 150th anniversary of Confederation and experience Ontario’s unique history from a new perspective with themed activities, tours, exhibitions and demonstrations. Visit the Doors Open Ontario website at doorsopenontario.on.ca for detailed event information and interactive tools to help plan your experience.


As you discover Ontario’s stories, share your own through MyOntario – A vision over time. For thousands of years, many Nations and many peoples have called this place home. MyOntario – A vision over time marks this long history by opening a conversation among Ontarians about our experiences, identities, values and aspirations. Capture your Doors Open Ontario moments and join the conversation: heritagetrust.on.ca/myontario.


Doors Open Ontario – recognized as one of the 2017 Top 100 Festivals & Events in Ontario – is a program of the Ontario Heritage Trust, with funding support provided by the Ontario150 program and the Government of Ontario. Since it launched in 2002, this annual program has attracted 6.7 million visitors to explore over 16,700 amazing sites.

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Leave it to Bryan Beaumler joins Mix97

Leave It to Bryan?Disaster DIY and HGTV STAR( reality series) host/contractor Bryan Beaumler joins Mix97 Crew Sean Kelly, Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron to talk about the current situation in Florida and what he experienced while he was there recently. Baeumler owns property in the Florida Keys as well as a boat. Many of his friends were preparing along side him as Hurricane Irma barrels down on the area.



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John Dixon Pedal Pilot for Wounded Warriors

First, why the funny name? Well, yours truly was a pilot in the RCAF for 25 years, as well as working for a number of aviation related civilian companies along the way. I am also an avid cyclist, initially a mountain biker and transitioning more to road as the years have progressed.

John Dixon, a Moira Secondary School grad, also attended Queen Elizabeth School and Harry J. Clarke will be rolling through Belleville in the next few days.

Now that retirement has caught up to me, I have planned a bike ride from Vancouver to Halifax, some 6000+ kilometers (or about 3700 miles, if you prefer).  TO HEAR THE INTERVIEW with Sean Kelly, Orlena Cain and Alana Cameron listen BELOW










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Bus Safety with Tri-Boards Gord Taylor and Mix97

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Kevin Williams, Mix Weather explains Hurricanes Irma, Jose and Katia


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