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L’ARDOISE: A new project aims to give seniors new and creative options for engaging with their communities. Starting on November 13, Dr. Kingston Memorial Community Health Centre (DKMCHC) will offer free arts workshops to local adults over the age of...
GUYSBOROUGH: In honour of Canada 150, Leisa Way and the Wayward Wind Band will bring a celebration of Canadian musicians to Guysborough on November 5. “Our Canada show takes a musical journey across the country and showcases artists from all...
WAYCOBAH: The recent passing of Gord Downie left a mark on many people across the country, but Mi’kmaq artist Loretta Gould has created a lasting tribute through her painting “The Legacy.” “Chief Morley Googoo asked me to do that painting...
ANTIGONISH: Theatre Antigonish is preparing to open its 43rd season with a groundbreaking comedy titled Cerulean Blue by Drew Hayden Taylor. When a struggling blues band is invited to perform at a benefit concert for a remote First Nations community...
ANTIGONISH: “She Sings as She Flies - Revisiting the Helen Creighton Song Collection” is the most recent project by performance duo, Patchwork. “It’s like a revisiting of folk traditions and what we can do with them in a modern context,”...
CANSO: The Stan Rogers Folk Festival has taken place on the first weekend of July since it was founded 20 years ago, but organizers have announced that starting next year, the festival will be moved to the end of...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Authors Silver Donald Cameron and Marjorie Simmins have returned from a cross-country tour promoting their latest projects, and the husband and wife will appear at the Port Hawkesbury Library Wednesday (October 25) to read from their most...
GUYSBOROUGH: The Chedabucto Place Association is pleased to present “Oh Canada, We Sing of Thee” on Sunday, November 5 at 3 p.m. at the Chedabucto Place Performance Centre in Guysborough. Internationally acclaimed Canadian Songbird Leisa Way has created magic with...
HALIFAX: A Halifax-based folk/pop group with Cape Breton connections has been recognized with six Music Nova Scotia nominations. Port Cities features StFX alumnus Breagh MacKinnon, Carleton Stone (who has relatives in the St. Peter’s area), and Dylan Guthro (son of...
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