Open for business

The Carmichael-Stewart House Museum officially opened its doors for the season on June 23. During his remarks at the reception, president of the Pictou County Historical Society’s Paul LaLande noted some upgrades at the museum this year. “It’s been a very momentous year in the Carmichael-Stewart House. We’ve had some changes. Some of you may […]

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Get ready to Read … By the Sea

RIVER JOHN — WordPlay was a huge success and now it’s on to the Read By the Sea festival. To keep the energy high between WordPlay on July 2 and Read by the Sea’s main stage on July 7, the festival offers literary activities in conjunction with village partners. On July 3, festival-goers met at […]

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Mayor’s Tea

And so it begins… The Pictou Lobster Carnival is ready to Rock the Lobster. Kicking things off this afternoon was the Mayor’s and Warden’s tea. Lori Caissie, left, and Betty Caissie were among those who enjoyed refreshments during the event which was held at New Horizons in Pictou. Official opening ceremonies for the Lobster Carnival […]

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Double Maritime summer treat: Salt Water in Your Socks lobster dinner theatre at deCoste

With summer officially here, it is time to celebrate the season with a true Maritime cultural experience. On Tuesday, July 10, the deCoste will be staging their ever- popular lobster dinner theatre featuring the ‘one-man’ musical theatre presentation “Salt Water in Your Socks”. This well-known and loved production stars Pictou’s own local legend John Spyder […]

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Aboriginal Day celebration

Pictou Landing First Nation celebrated National Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21. It is a day recognizing and celebrating the cultures and contributions of the First Nations, Inuit and Métis Indigenous peoples in Canada. There were lots of activities and fun to be had in Pictou Landing with crafts, games, face painting and demonstrations. Above: […]

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