Jube in January returning

NEW GLASGOW – The Riverfront Jubilee is bringing back Jube in January, a local music event, on January 25, 2020 at Glasgow Square Theatre.  “For the 25th anniversary of the Riverfront Jubilee, we want to create as many opportunities as possible to get people together to enjoy amazing music, since that is why the Jubilee...

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JUBILEE-ation! 24th Jubilee rocks the river

It was a successful weekend well worth all the hard work by volunteers for this year’s New Glasgow Riverfront Jubilee. With popular performers like Kim Mitchell, Trooper, Sass Jordan and Wintersleep, the weekend drew a good crowd to the downtown core of New Glasgow to celebrate music and the community around it. “It was a...

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Inaugural Carlton’s Community Bash planned

NEW GLASGOW – Carlton’s Community Bash will be taking place August 3 in Stellarton. The legacy event honouring Carlton Munroe, former promoter and executive director of the Jubilee, who lost his battle with glioblastoma in 2017, will be held at the William M. Sobey Sports Complex. “The 2019 board of directors wanted to find a...

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Chill Out weather not so chilly

Last weekend’s weather might not be reflecting it, but winter is here and it’s just the beginning. To help kick off the beginning of the chilliest season, the Town of New Glasgow held its annual Chill Out event on Saturday at the farmer’s market as a way to also help kick off winter carnival season...

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Racers get lost in fun of event

“I once was lost but now am found …” Janine Linthorne can laugh at the lyrics from the hymn Amazing Grace now, but she was in a bit of a panic mode when she and her team from Routes to Riches Race got lost a couple of weeks ago. “If you ask my daughter she...

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Relay getting ready

June 3 will be a big weekend in Pictou County as the community flocks to Glasgow Square to take part in the 12th Annual Pictou County Relay for Life. The event that always brings in dozens of teams to support cancer research and support in Nova Scotia is filled with fun, family, friends, fundraising and...

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New Glasgow ‘Chilling out’ for third year

NEW GLASGOW — Pull on your hats and mittens and get ready for a day of chilly winter fun and some warm inviting hospitality at the 2017 annual New Glasgow Winter Chill-Out. Currently entering its third year, the relatively new celebration has found its home at the New Glasgow Farmers Market and has even incorporated...

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