Saturday, December 16, 2017

Arts & Entertainment

Summer of 1964 …

Probably my first experiences in seeing changes taking place within the local fisheries was with rope in the late 1950s or early 60s. Fishermen...

Puppy eyes and baby proofing

When a new baby enters a home, everything changes - even if it is a fur baby. Gates go up, locks on cupboards and the...

Picture perfect

PICTOU — A fascination with a photo he found on the Pictou Historical Photograph Society website led Andrew Barclay to create an opportunity for...

Tribute to Tommy Makem at deCoste Saturday night

PICTOU — A special musical tribute to the celebrated artist, poet and storyteller Tommy Makem will be on stage at the deCoste Performing Arts Centre...

First artisan fair draws crowd

The first of a possibly annual art show, exhibit and extravaganza took place Sunday near Glasgow Square. Sale Along the River: An Artisan Fair featured...

Pink Floyd tribute band set to rock the Square

Josh Szczepanowski hasn’t always been a fan of Pink Floyd, perhaps unexpected seeing as he’s the lead guitarist and vocalist of a band that...

Creative Pictou County hosting inaugural Artisan Fair

NEW GLASGOW — Fall is arriving in a unique way along the East River. Creative Pictou County is hosting the first ever Sale Along the...

Ship Hector project tracks descendants of passengers

PICTOU — A web site has been officially launched to help people trace their connection to passengers who came to Pictou on the Ship...

Hospital auxiliary hosting fashion show Saturday

Step into the latest fashions Saturday when the Aberdeen Hospital Auxiliary hosts a fashion show. The event will be held in the hospital's cafeteria, beginning...

Halifax Oyster Festival is Canada’s largest oyster celebration

The third annual Halifax Oyster Festival happens on the Halifax Waterfront from September 28 through September 30, offering a fun atmosphere for the public...
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