Saturday, June 15, 2019
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...
WAYCOBAH: Indigenous artists from the region are proud to see their work presented to one of the country's favourite musicians. During an Assembly of First Nations Meeting in Gatineau, Quebec on December 6, Regional Chief Morley Googoo presented musician Gord Downie...
HIGH RIVER, ALBERTA: He once shied away from playing his guitar around the campfire while growing up in Pictou County. Today, George Canyon is gearing up for an acoustic Atlantic Canadian tour that will bring him and his many country...
ST. PETER'S: The St. Peter's Community Club presented two performances in February of "Pot Luck Soup" featuring the Nicolas Denys Players. The play, written by Annie MacDonnell and directed by Duane Burke, is a fundraiser for the St. Peter's Community...
MABOU: Strathspey Performing Arts Centre in Mabou is very happy to partner with Cape Breton University Boardmore Playhouse Director, Todd Hiscock, presenting a fresh and uniquely entertaining theatrical event during the summer of 2017. Marion Bridge debuts at Strathspey on...
L’ARDOISE: An exhibit of arts-based storytelling will took place last Tuesday at the Louisdale Lions Club on Whiteside Road in Louisdale. The exhibit showcased the storytelling of local seniors who took part in workshops over the past two months. It...
PORT HAWKESBURY: The J. Franklin Wright Art Gallery is pleased to introduce “Since Their Service,” an exhibition by photographer Charlie Morrison. The public is invited to visit the exhibition started on October 28, in the J. Franklin Wright Art...
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...
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. ANNE’S: Research conducted during the third season of “KitchenFest! Féis a’ Chidsin!” proved the festival to be a motivator for tourists to visit Cape Breton and a positive impact on the island’s tourism economy with over 8,000 people...
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