Here we are again with another episode of What Barrie’s Talking About — a podcast to help you stay up to date with what’s happening in Barrie, Ontario.
On this week’s episode we talk about Barrie’s new inclusive playground, pro wrestling in Barrie, Local singer part of ABBA Fab, Glowing Hearts charity, and more.
This Week On What Barrie’s Talking About
1. Local Singer Joins AbbaFab For A Show In Hamilton
Do you like Abba? Do you have a fan on your Christmas list? Abba Tribute show AbbaFab will be in Hamilton early in the new year and Barrie native Julia Davies saying “I Do I Do I Do I Do” to being part of the group.
Keep an eye on the Barrie 360 daily newsletter for a chance to win tickets to the AbbaFab show January 7th in Hamilton
2. Glowing Hearts Charity in Barrie
Keeping things musical, Barrie-based Glowing Hearts charity has received a 6 thousand dollar grant from Musicounts, Canada’s music education charity, which believes music can transform the lives of young people. Barrie 360s Will Konken learns more about Glowing Hearts and how the MusiCounts money will be used.
3. Wrestling In Barrie
It may be on a smaller scale, but the step-over toeholds, forearm smashes and flying elbows are every bit as real as WWE when Barrie Wrestling takes to the ring. Barrie 360’s Ian MacLennan spent some time on the ropes with two of the main players
Barrie Wrestling is holding a Slamily Reunion December 10th featuring its women’s division.
4. Barrie’s New Inclusive Playground
A new, inclusive, playground is being built in Painswick. It will host a variety of imaginative and inclusive features, accommodating sensory, physical, and cognitive disabilities to enable kids of all abilities to play side-by-side. Will Konken spoke with Ward 9 councillor Sergio Morales
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