Monday, December 17, 2018
D’ESCOUSSE: Isle Madame author and memoirist Marjorie Simmins is excited to be teaching on home turf for a change. “I usually teach my memoir workshops at Thinkers Lodge in Pugwash, or Halifax, or Vancouver,” says Simmins, who was raised on...
MABOU: A local dance school will celebrate the launch of its 31st year this fall with brand new learning opportunities for students. “My passion is healing the body with movement,” said Michelle Greenwell, owner and principal instructor of Dance Debut...
MABOU: An upcoming series of concerts aims to create a relaxing environment for listeners. “In September, we are launching a province-wide introduction to David Hickey and his Crystal Bowl Journey concerts,” said local organizer, Michelle Greenwell. Hickey uses a variety of...
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...
MABOU: Jimmy Rankin has returned to Nova Scotia, after being in Nashville for many years. Now that he has returned, Rankin will release his East Coast-themed album Moving East on September 28. Rankin is also scheduled to go on tour...
INVERNESS: On August 19, newly published local author Brenda MacLennan-Dunphy will read from her first novel Never Speak of This Again at the Inverness County Center for the Arts. The event runs from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. People may...
MABOU: On August 16, Great Big Sea founder Séan McCann will be performing at the Strathspey Centre in Mabou to start a tour across the Maritimes. McCann says it will just be him and Old Brown, his first guitar. The...
CANSO: The Stan Rogers Folk Festival, otherwise known as Stanfest, is the annual three-day folk music festival held in Canso, Nova Scotia. For 2018, Stanfest was held from July 26th to July 29th. Troy Greencorn, an organizer for Stanfest, said...
PORT HAWKESBURY: This Sunday will be the last Granville Green summer concert for 2018. The last in the lineup is Dylan Menzie opening for Fred Penner. Fred Penner was born in Winnipeg, and has been a children’s entertainer for 45...
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