Thursday, August 22, 2019
DARTMOUTH: In May, the Nova Scotia RCMP launched an art contest and invited elementary, junior high and high school students to submit their best piece of artwork demonstrating bicycle safety. Participants were given a chance to...
PORT HAWKESBURY: As Canada marks 150 years since Confederation, this is a unique opportunity to reflect on history and celebrate the present in surprisingly new ways. To commemorate Canada 150 and the arrival of the Tall Ships to the Port...
MABOU: In 2018, that memory-making mix of unforgettable melodies, high-flying harmonies, and electrifying heart on Port Cities is set to reach audiences worldwide. The group has had incredible success, and their trademark single “Back to the Bottom” is no exception....
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...
HALIFAX: Ladom Ensemble is a passionate quartet whose members come from four cities across Canada. On March 17, pianist Pouya Hamidi, cellist Beth Silver, accordionist Michael Bridge and percussionist Adam Campbell will perform an 8 p.m. concert at Immaculata Hall...
ANTIGONISH: Festival Antigonish Summer Theatre will open its 32nd season on July 10 with Ben Hur, a comedy of epic proportions. The play is a comic homage to the blockbuster Hollywood film based on the novel by...
HALIFAX: Pianist Wayne Weng’s playing has been described as “bold, vibrant, and immensely musical” (Wiltshire Gazette & Herald). Winner at the 2013 Iowa Piano Competition, Weng has performed in Canada, United States, England, France, Holland, Belgium, Austria, Serbia, Egypt, Hong...
RICHMOND COUNTY: National Seniors Day was October 1. What a great time to commit to “Plow It Forward” in celebration of seniors in the Strait area. This year the Seniors Take Action Coalition is asking individuals to make a commitment to...
MABOU: Dance Debut celebrated its 29th annual recital on May 12 with a tribute to Canada’s 150th birthday celebrations. “Proud to be Canadian” featured 94 dancers from up and down Route 19, including Judique, Port Hood, Mabou, Inverness, Margaree, Belle...
GUYSBOROUGH: The Chedabucto Place Association is pleased to announce that it will be hosting a concert on Saturday, September 29 at 7 p.m., featuring the multi-award winning group The Good Brothers. In 1970, twin brothers Bruce and Brian Good of...
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