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...
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...
ST. PETER’S: Acclaimed author Lesley Crewe officially launched her newest novel, Beholden, with a tour stop in St. Peter’s, one of the communities in which the novel takes place. The story unfolds through the voices of four characters living in...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The fabric from our past has been woven time and time again. For the next six weeks, the J. Franklin Wright Art Gallery at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre will be home to an eclectic display of weaving...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Congratulations to Strait regional school board (SRSB) Math Mentors Jennifer Dwyer and Amanda MacDougall who have now added published authors to their professional credentials! The two books, Hockey Homework written by Dwyer and Money Jar written by MacDougall,...
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...
PORT HAWKESBURY: Those who support local businesses will love Power Play Entertainment. Power Play has just recently opened its doors in Port Hawkesbury, and it’s a place that all ages can enjoy, by taking part in glow-in-the-dark...
PORT HAWKESBURY: On July 29 The Hypochondriacs will open for Rawlins Cross at the Granville Green. Rawlins Cross is a Celtic band formed in the late 1980s in St John’s. The band started with Dave Panting (on guitar and mandolin),...
MABOU: Gaelic Nova Scotia Month is in full swing, and Inverness County had two recent events to celebrate the history of the Gales. On May 2, the Gaelic Flag was raised at the county’s municipal building...
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