Events & Causes

Dinner With Goebbels

Update: Unfortunately due to "unforeseen circumstances" this play has been cancelled!

A dinner party for three: one man living and two deceased. Pull up a chair and be the fourth.

After two successful runs in Toronto, the play Dinner With Goebbels is coming to the drama room at Centre Wellington District High School. Playwright, psychiatrist and peace activist, Mark Leith imagines a dinner party for three, hosted by Karl Rove. Creator of the now endless War on Terror campaign, Rove was the public relations advisor to George W. Bush.

The guest of honour is Edward Bernays, nephew of Sigmund Freud and inventor of the profession of Public Relations (P.R.), a more acceptable term than “propaganda”. Bernays is possibly best known for his orchestration under false pretences of the U.S. Invasion of Guatamala on behalf of his client, the United Fruit Co. of America to secure their banana plantations.

A third person, also a disciple of Edward Bernays, sits at the table. This is Joseph Goebbels, the Nazi Minister of Propaganda who was able to rouse the German people to invade Europe and to support the “Final Solution”, the extermination of European Jews. Goebbels is a surprise guest invited by Bernays.

The stated reason for the dinner is for Rove to honour Bernays as the father of P.R. and to celebrate their achievements. Rove however, has another agenda in mind.

The play will be presented at CWDHS on Friday, October 18th. An afternoon performance will be exclusively for students. Prior to the event, the drama and social justice teachers will discuss the play with students. Some students will assist with technical aspects. There will be a Q and A session with the actors and director after each performance. The evening performance is open to the general public at 7:30 pm.

Ticket price is $20 at the door or from sponsors or $21 at For more information visit or call 519-787-0461.

Update: Unfortunately due to "unforeseen circumstances" this play has been cancelled!

Proceeds to Centre Wellington Food Bank.

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NDACT-Stop the Quarry - It worked, it has been stopped!

Background info: Unicamp is in danger! 

The North Dufferin Agricultural and Community Taskforce presented us with the facts at our church on September 20th.  A US (Boston) based business enterprise known as The Highland Companies, and affiliates, has undertaken a massive land assembly in and around Hornings Mills, Honeywood, Reddickville and other parts of Melancthon and Mulmur Townships. To date, they have acquired over 7,000 acres of prime agricultural lands. 

Their plan is to devastate the agricultural land and create a limestone quarry comprising over 2300 acres of prime agricultural land. This is located at the headwaters of the Grand River.  Over 800,000 people live in the watershed.  

This is just a few kilometers from Unicamp!

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