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Night of Spiritual Readings & Fundraising

Limited # of tickets still available.

Lana  and Mark from the OliveReaders will be sharing an evening with spirit and raising funds for Lisaard and Innisfree Hospice. We will share the messages that come from spirit in a group setting.

Spirit share the messages that they need shared so always remember it’s who needs to step forward – it may not be the person that you are expecting.

You may be the messenger for someone else. We cannot guarantee messages for everyone

But we will guarantee humour, tears and connection to the other side.

Tickets are only $65. Get your tickets today!

Please join us!


He wants to make his mark on the city


Kitchener Market’s ‘music man’ finds joy even as he faces terminal cancer

By Valerie Hill, Waterloo Region Record

KITCHENER — When Kitchener Market’s longtime busker, Curtis Tulk, looks at you with his startling blue eyes, there is kindness and a deep need to connect — but also a touch of sadness.

Tulk has terminal lung and bone cancer and is spending his final days at Innisfree House Hospice in Kitchener, in a room spilling with light from the glass doorway leading to a flower garden. His room is bright, airy and frequently filled with people who love the gentle singer that has been a fixture at the Saturday market for more than 20 years.

He is largely recognized for his black cowboy hat and playing those hurtin’ country songs, but despite his nickname — “The Music Man” — Tulk really wanted to be known as a painter.



Update: Curtis passed away Friday, September 7th, 2018 at Innisfree House.  He definitely left his mark on Waterloo Region!