Front Porch Show’s inaugural season finishing strong

By Stewart Grant

He shoots, he scores! Just as he did 85 times in regular season play as a Lincoln, Terry Crisp bulged the twine against Linc the Lynx, beating the goaltender five-hole at last Sunday's Front Porch Show
He shoots, he scores! Just as he did 85 times in regular season play as a Lincoln, Terry Crisp bulged the twine against Linc the Lynx, beating the goaltender five-hole at last Sunday’s Front Porch Show
With regular goaltenders Tristan Lewis and Alex Metzger unavailable, Mascot Linc the Lynx anxiously awaits his goaltending debut in last Sunday's edition of the Front Porch Show.
With regular goaltenders Tristan Lewis and Alex Metzger unavailable, Mascot Linc the Lynx anxiously awaits his goaltending debut in last Sunday’s edition of the Front Porch Show.

What began as an experiment earlier this summer has proved to be an incredible success and the epitome of small-town spirit. Last Sunday’s version of the Front Porch Show talk show was the largest-attended event thus far, with crowds spilling onto the welcoming “balcony” next door.

Last week’s show included entertaining interviews with hockey great Terry Crisp, St. Marys Lincolns GM Glen Childerley and Coach Scott Thompson, Amy Cubberley from the St. Marys Museum, ukulele manufacturer Jim Proulx and harmonious musical guests, the Gee Gee’s. In case you missed it, the entire show is available for viewing online at www.facebook.com/TheFrontPorchShow.

The final episode of this season will take place live at Riverside Bed & Breakfast (96 Robinson Street) this Sunday at 7 p.m. sharp. Host John Stevens encourages anyone interested to bring along their lawn chairs and enjoy this unique celebration of life in St. Marys. (See Photos on page 17)

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