“The Coulson Concerts” is a folk music series which takes place in an historic church in Oro-Medonte, Ontario. This little white church has stood watch at the top of Coulson hill on the Horseshoe Valley Road for over 140 years. The church, built in 1881, was closed as a place of worship in the 1960s and recently restored preserving many original features, including an ornate Victorian tin ceiling, pews, plank flooring, a cast iron and nickel-plated stove, and the original pulpit. Coulson Church provides an enchanting setting in which to enjoy authentic Canadian music.

Note: If you use the Google Maps button here on this page, it will take you 350 metres east of your destination. You'll have to drive up Coulson hill to the church on your left.

There is plenty of parking in the field behind the church. There are a few steps into the building. The washroom is a portapotty. 

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Paul Mills has been part of the Canadian folk music scene and recording industry for over forty years. He has produced close to 200 albums working with artists such as the late Stan Rogers (all but one of Rogers’ albums were produced by Mills), Sharon, Lois and Bram, Terry Kelly, Ron Hynes and John Allan Cameron. He is a founding partner of the “Borealis Recording Company”. He owned and operated his own production company and recording studio called “The Millstream” for 20 years. Paul is a picker, a.k.a. Curly Boy Stubbs, and one of the finest from back in the day. Yet, he approaches music as a producer, always looking for and finding the tasteful ways to make the song – whatever song – just, better.

Singer-songwriter Anne Walker will be sharing the stage with Paul, who produced two of her recordings. This final concert of the season will be a lovely collaboration.

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