Monday, August 21, 2017
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Food film fest returns to Fox Harb’r

The world’s largest culinary film festival is returning to Wallace for the second year in a row. Devour! The Food Film Fest will bring the best of food, film and wine culture to foodies and...

A vibrant display

Vibrant colours and sculptures are on display at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre’s Ice House Gallery this month. Ian Funke-McKay’s Fate’s Four Favours exhibit will run until May 26. “Most of the work has been...
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Dinner and a show

For the past 12 years, the River John Fire Department’s Ladies Auxiliary has been hosting a ladies night out with a dinner theatre. It’s been one of the successes the auxiliary has seen in its...

Improvisational pianist Yakir Arbib in Tatamagouche

“Before I was born, when I was in my mother’s womb, my father played tapes of Johannes Sebastian Bach for me. “Then, as soon as I was able, he allowed me to walk on the...

Truro/Colchester region hosting Nova Scotia Music Week until 2019

Nova Scotia Music Week has found a home in the Truro and Colchester region for the next three years. Music Nova Scotia, which hosts the annual music festival and conference, has reached a deal with...

From above

An author from Prince Edward Island will soon be a guest speaker at the Tatamagouche Library. Karen Forrest, a mental health nurse in the military turned professional medium and author, will host an hour-long session...
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Writing on Fire’s ARTJAM! set for May

Youth with a love of writing will have an opportunity to be mentored by a local author and artist. Writing on Fire’s ARTJAM! mentoring weekend will be held May 5-7 at the Thinkers Lodge in...

Tickling the ivory

The piano stylings of Scott Cleveland will once again fill the atmosphere in Tatamagouche. Cleveland is set to perform at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre on March 31. “We just love the area,” said Cleveland,...

Life in song

Paul Randy Mingo knows firsthand the effects mental health issues can have on a person. The Tatamagouche native, who now lives in Fox River, Cumberland Co., admits to battling anxiety and depression over the years....

The lifeblood of the community

The newly elected president of the Fraser Cultural Centre maintains newcomers are drawn to Tatamagouche because of the arts. George Klass, recently elected president of the Northumberland Arts Council (NAC) that has owned and operated...