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HALIFAX: With performances in Winnipeg, Toronto and most of Nova Scotia already under her belt, Laurenn Marchand is excited about reaching some Atlantic Canadian markets for the first time this fall. The Louisdale native will make her debuts in Prince...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Book lovers gathered in Port Hawkesbury last week for the Port Hawkesbury Literacy Council's annual fundraising event. Still going strong in its 15th year, “FEIS 2016: Midwives and Moonshine” saw more than 150 people converge on the Port...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A local group that blends high energy Celtic dance tunes with a contemporary twist is coming home to Cape Breton next month. The award-winning group Còig will perform at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre’s Shannon Studio on February...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Several businesses in the area were recently visited by a group of young women using the gift of music to spread the word about helping the less fortunate. The volunteers were representing Children’s Joy Foundation (CJF) Canada, and...
ST. PETER’S: A variety concert featuring local musicians was held at the St. Peter’s Lions Hall on Sunday, September 25. This is the ninth year that the St. Peter’s Lions Club has organized a fundraising concert in support of the...
MABOU: The excitement continues at Strathspey Performing Arts Centre in Mabou! After launching a new brand image, Web site, and unveiling a digital sign marquee, Strathspey had one final piece to launch, offering on-line ticketing. Strathspey Performing Arts Centre has worked...
HALIFAX: Business for the Arts, Canada’s only national charitable organization that strengthens arts and culture in Canada by building partnerships between the private and cultural sectors, announced today that its artsVest program is continuing for a fourth year in...
ST. PETER’S: Traditional music enthusiasts with an interest in Cape Breton culture have become very aware of – and increasingly involved in – the annual Music Camp on the Canal in St. Peter’s. Since its inception in 2012, the event...
HALIFAX: The provincial government is supporting a local festival under in the Canada 150 fund. Tony Ince, Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage, announced on April 6, that the province is boosting the Nova Scotia 150 Forward Fund by an...
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