By Matthew McCully
Senator Howard’s hunting and fishing estate, donated to the city of Sherbrooke in 1962, was buzzing with activity over the weekend for the 17th annual Rendez-vous d’Howard, celebrating the city’s founding cultures.
The weather was perfect for a trip down memory lane via a guided tour of the historic buildings, or simply to sit in the gardens and enjoy an eclectic mix of musical performances. In the span of one hour on Sunday afternoon, visitors could enjoy a string quartet, a klezmer band or a gypsy jazz quartet performing a swinging version of the disco classic ‘I Will Survive’. Published in the Monday, September 11 edition of The Record.