Wednesday, November 25, 2020
Photos by Nicole FawcettThe Annual Blueberry Jam was held at Big Belle Farm on Mabou Ridge on August 15. While it looked a bit different this year, with all of the safety precautions in effect, the...
GUYSBOROUGH: In honour of Canada 150, Leisa Way and the Wayward Wind Band will bring a celebration of Canadian musicians to Guysborough on November 5. “Our Canada show takes a musical journey across the country and showcases artists from all...
SYDNEY: Celtic Colours celebrated 20 years of music and culture, and government continues to invest in the festival's success. Derek Mombourquette, MLA Sydney-Whitney Pier, on behalf of Tony Ince, Minister of Communities, Culture and Heritage, announced on October 6, a...
PORT HAWKESBURY: In a solo exhibition opening at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre on November 26, Halifax-based artist and editorial cartoonist Bruce MacKinnon will showcase his suite of caricature-portraits of Canada’s Prime Ministers past and present. This exhibition, curated by...
ST. PETER’S: It began as a family project, but interest quickly grew in the life story of one of Richmond County’s most avid volunteers and well-known educators. Eva Landry celebrated the release of her autobiography, Just a Farm Girl, with...
ANTIGONISH: Town council offered funding for a local arts initiative last week. The Arts House, an arts space located in the former Visitor Information Centre in Antigonish, is an initiative of the Antigonish Arts Fair. The Arts House started offering...
WAYCOBAH: A young artist from We’koqma’q First Nation has been making a name for himself in the world of hip hop. It has been a busy year for Todd Googoo, who raps under the name SHiFT FROM THA 902. Over the...
GLENDALE: Linden MacIntyre, an award-winning journalist and author, returns to his roots for an afternoon of sharing his career experiences, along with stories about his youth while living in the near area. MacIntyre’s father, a hard rock miner, was born...
MABOU: A Hollywood star will be making his Strathspey Place Performing Arts Centre debut next month, not to mention his first visit to Cape Breton, and the prospect leaves a certain seven-time Emmy Award winner all smiles.
ST. PETER’S: Prompted by the lack of a permanent venue for artists in the area, four local women recently opened the doors to the Kiss Me Arts pop-up gallery. “This is all about showcasing our local talent and we want...
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