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MABOU: After three sold out shows in Antigonish, “Keppoch The Last Wake” hits the stage at Mabou’s Strathspey Place on September 16. The Society for the Ships of 1801 is proud to present a brand new theatrical concert in its...
ANTIGONISH: The 2017 edition of Antigonight is underway. The annual event kicked off on September 1 with an artist talk presented by Regina Marzlin. The event continues with a First Voices showcase at the People’s Place Library and Antigonish Town Hall,...
HALIFAX: Two sisters are trying to help others though art. Patricia and Primrose Chareka are hoping to use some of the funds raised through selling prints to set up affordable housing for youth coming out of the foster system. The...
ARICHAT: Three years after entering Nova Scotia’s Country Music Hall of Fame and a dozen years after his last trip to the recording studio, Isle Madame native Robert Bouchard is criss-crossing Cape Breton and northeastern Nova Scotia to promote...
PORT HASTINGS: The 12th annual Celebrating Quilting at the Causeway Quilt Show and Sale is being held at St. David’s United Church in Port Hastings from August 10-15. The quilt show is one of the largest quilt shows and sales...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Deer and Doves is a series of paintings by Alberta born Tylor McNeil. McNeil was raised in New Brunswick and has since moved to Cape Breton Island to be closer to family. McNeil has studied at Mount Allison University...
CHATEAUGUAY: A former resident and his two daughters made a bit of a splash on the airwaves last month. Clarence Digout, formerly of St. Peter’s and now living in Chateauguay, Quebec, recently appeared on Breakfast Television Montreal with daughters Eva...
STRAIT AREA: Introducing Fiddlehead Soup, an acoustic trio from Eastern Ontario that will be in Cape Breton on August 13 and 14 performing some shows. Fiddlehead Soup performs a wide variety of music from different genres and traditions. Currently performing...
ANTIGONISH: After the sold-out success of The Hound of the Baskervilles, Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre continues its repertory season with Kingfisher Days, by Susan Coyne on the Main Stage. Directed by Mary Vingoe, and featuring Francine Deschepper, Jennifer Roberts, and...
ST. PETER’S: It’s that time of the year again. Swim the Canal 2017 is set for the St. Peter’s Canal on August 6. This is the fourth year for this event, which continues to grow and draw in more people. Organizer...
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