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MABOU: Strathspey Performing Arts Centre is preparing the stage for the Old Fashioned Scottish Super Concert on Sunday, April 16. This annual fundraiser is the perfect addition to Easter weekend plans! Strathspey Performing Arts Centre is one of many vibrant...
PORT HOOD: This summer, Port Hood will offer new opportunities to get out and enjoy live music by local artists. The Port Hood Area Development Society (PHADS) will host the first annual Murphy’s Pond Music Festival on July 14. The...
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...
MABOU: It’s hard to find too many people who haven’t heard of John McDermott but, on November 3, locals will have an opportunity to hear the man himself. That night, the legendary Scottish-Canadian balladeer will visit the Strathspey Performing Arts...
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,”...
HALIFAX: Some familiar names are among this year’s East Coast Music Award (ECMA) nominees. Last week, the East Coast Music Award Association released the list of nominees for its 30th anniversary year. Winners will be announced at the 2018 ECMA...
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...
St. Peter’s has a very rich and interesting historical past, and one of our St. Peter’s citizens got to share the knowledge of this history with visitors to the area this past summer. Maggie Katrichak-Fraser is the curator of the...
MABOU: A local musician has found a way to bring a taste of Nashville home to Inverness County. The “Ole Opry Show with Lynn Chisholm” will bring country music favourites such as George Jones and Tammy Wynette to life on...
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