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The Sackville Welcome Centre, 34 Mallard Drive will re-open Tuesday, May 1st, 9:00 am - 5:00 pm.
For information contact 364-4967 or email@example.com.
The Craft Gallery will be reopening on Tuesday, May 1st. The Craft Gallery is open from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm, 7 days a week and is located at the Sackville Welcome Centre, 34 Mallard Drive.
The Mount Allison Fine Arts Graduating Students Annual Exhibition will be exhibited at the Owens Art Gallery, 61 York Street, from April 13th - June 25th.
BFA Graduate Exhibition Opening - 12 May, 4:00 pm
Our annual exhibition of work by graduates of the BFA program at Mount Allison University. The artists are Rebecca Blankert, Nathan Cann, Jared Collett, Amanda Curti, Christian Demmings, Gemma-Joanna Fiset-Cookshaw, Kallie Garcia, Laura Hansen, Kelly Hill, Blair Lawson, Betty Liang, Kayla Macdonald, Victoria MacIsaac, Catherine Meyers, Christiana Myers, Laura Neily, Eric Ochaya, Lauren Tardif, Rena Thomas, Elizabeth von Rosenbach, and James Wilson. Coordinated by Leah Garnett.
All are welcome to attend.
Want to find out more about independent radio and how to get involved? CHMA is a not-for-profit, member-owned, campus/community radio station serving the greater Tantramar Region. We host orientation sessions every Tuesday at 4 pm in the CHMA offices located on the third floor of the Wallace McCain Student Centre, 62 York Street. For additional information contact our programming director at 364-2221 or firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website.
Sackville Legion Bingo, every Tuesday evening at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 26, 15 Lorne Street, 6:45 pm. Door open at 6:00 pm. No person under 16 years of age.
An art exhibition which looks at one of Sackville's most beautiful spots, the Mount Allison Ladies' College Park or the Swan Pond, will be exhibited at the Owens Art Gallery, 61 York Street, for the months of May, June, July and August.
All are welcome!
Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre (7 Lorne Street) presenting Ease Down the Road artist is residence – Ainslie Moss, April 18th - May 12th.
For her residency at Struts Gallery, Ainslie plans to continue her romp through the vast thematic world of literature and text. She will be flirting with writing projects, wall paintings and various printing techniques to experiment with presenting a developing body of written work that explores love and fantasy, studies the bonds and boundaries of relationships, and laments creative neuroses (and the taste of cheap whiskey).
Ainslie will also be drafting the first stages of a new book, Love Stories, typeset tales of divorce as seen through the lens of Canada's Supreme Courts.
Ainslie Moss is a multi-disciplinary artist currently living in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She plays with words and sometimes tells stories. If she were to draw a diagram of her art practice, it would look like the digestive system
All are invited to drop in!
Town of Sackville: Sackville 250 (1762-2012) Events Schedule.
All are invited to take part in Sackville's 250 celebration!