Thursday, November 21, 2019
PORT HAWKESBURY: Hillsburn is an indie folk band from Halifax. The band which includes members Paul Aarntzen, Clare MacDonald, Rosanna Burill, Clayton Burill and Jackson Fairfax-Perry, had a big year in 2016, releasing their debut full-length album, In The Battle...
DRESDEN, GERMANY: Midway through several European dates in the run-up to Christmas, Measha Brueggergosman’s mind is on her own side of the Atlantic Ocean as she anticipates a late-winter tour that will bring her to the Strait area for...
MABOU: After three sold out shows in Antigonish, “Keppoch The Last Wake” hits the stage at Mabou’s Strathspey Place on September 16. The Society for the Ships of 1801 is proud to present a brand new theatrical concert in its...
POTLOTEK, FIRST NATION: Grades 7 and 8 students at Mi’kmawey School have created inspirational songs focused on bringing inclusivity and cross-cultural understanding into the spotlight. The students participated in a transformative project, learning about Canada’s colonial history from...
SYDNEY RIVER: The cultural and artistic stature of the Celtic Colours International Festival is world renowned. This premiere musical event has played a significant role in extending Cape Breton Island’s tourism season well into the autumn. Tourism is an important...
CANSO: Students from Fanning Education Centre/Canso Academy were taught life skills and drug awareness and, as a result of the lessons, they created posters for the Canso Lions Club Drug Awareness poster contest. The winning poster were: Grade Primary/1 first...
IONA: Boxwood is a music festival in Lunenburg which shares and explores of the roots and branches of musical traditions in a holistic approach that integrates music, dance, language and crafts in educational outreach programs for adults, kids, teens,...
PORT HAWKESBURY: A Canadian comedy headliner is making a local appearance. “I’ve driven through Port Hawkesbury many times when visiting friends in Cape Breton, but this will be the first time I do a show there,” said...
MABOU: “If Theses Shoes Could Talk” is the theme of this year’s dance season with Dance Debut. Michelle Greenwell is entering her 32nd season of celebrating dance with others, and it has been quite the summer...
SYDNEY: The all-new edition of “Cape Breton’s Christmas” was launched at an event in Sydney when several of the authors read their stories. This is the third year of what is becoming a Cape Breton Christmas traition. For publisher Ronald...
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