Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Arts & Entertainment

Countdown to Lobster Carnival

PICTOU — A few changes are in store for this year’s Lobster Carnival and organizers are excited about them. Committee chair Shawn McNamara said, “There...

Pictou Landing First Nations celebrates

Rain did not dampen the enthusiasm for the 26th annual Pictou Landing Mawiomi. The event continued on with the celebration of the First Nations culture...

One square at a time

Counting out to 10, Trish Rubin then takes hand knit or crochet squares and ties them together with wool yarn. The squares are headed to...

Big Return for Big Gay Affair

Get ready Pictou County: Jake and Shaun’s Big Gay Affair is preparing to make The Big Return. Building on the rave reviews of their first-ever...
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Museum of Industry working to clean artifacts

STELLARTON — First, there was the big dig. Now comes the big cleanup, and the Museum of Industry is offering people the opportunity to clean...

From the North Shore to Maudie

No matter where he is working in the world, Guy Godfree always feels an attachment to his home. Godfree, originally from Pugwash, knew as soon...
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Seton Cantata Choir set to “Burst Forth” in Celebration of the Human Spirit

Spring has arrived again and with it the upcoming season of choral offerings presented by Seton Cantata Choir. The 35-voice ensemble is rehearsing intensely...
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Camping season is here!

Almost all Nova Scotia provincial day-use parks and several camping parks will open on Friday, May 19. The rest of the camping parks, as well...

Ashley MacIsaac performing at fundraiser in Truro

The name “Ashley MacIsaac” brings certain ideas to mind. And if you're holding tickets for his show at the First United Church in Truro...

Final lineup for Jubilee 2017 announced

NEW GLASGOW -  The Jubilee is ready to rock the river for 2017, and has just announced its full line-up. Friday night’s lineup has filled...