In a quest for eternal glory, and 250 dollars, six men laid waste to fish and in chips in a contest for the ages.
Music seems to spill onto the serene Church Street as the women of Eastside Harmony warm up their voices inside the St. Francis Centre. It’s Thursday evening practice and the Pickering-based group has only been practising in the centre for a few months.
Adults ducked and dodged each other across the arts studio floor. Some were assassins. Others were bodyguards. It was all make-believe and, according to innovation consultant Colleen Reitzel, designed to stimulate creativity.