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This summer join Leanne Laracey of Nava Yoga for Free Family Yoga in the Park! Together we will become animals such as lions, cranes, cats, dogs, and eagles! We'll become dancers and archers! We'll salute the summer sun, share stories, paint faces and have lots of fun! Yoga provides a great path for children (and adults!) to become more aware of themselves- through the body, breath, thoughts and emotions. Classes designed for ages 4 to 14 and their caregivers.
Program starts July 19 and runs every Thursday from 10 am to 11 am at the Bill Johnstone Memorial Park (park behind the bandstand).
All are welcome!
The Performers' Company presents TOAD OF TOAD HALL by A.A. Milne, in celebration of Sackville's 250th anniversary. Enjoy the madcap antics of the Riverbank animals in this delightful family production. The performances will begin July 26 and will run until July 29th, Thursday - Saturday at 6:30 pm. Saturday and Sunday a 2:00 pm matinee.
The summer production will be staged at the Campbells Carriage Factory Museum, 19 Church Street. Tickets available at Rob Lyon Graphics, 10 Weldon Street.
All are invited to attend!
Concerts in the Park, Bill Johnstone Memorial Park, 70 Main Street. This weeks performer is R.A. Lautenschlager and Others.
Free outdoor concerts held every Thursday evening featuring local talent (weather permitting).
All are welcome!
Live Bait Theatre's Summer dinner theatre O Mother Where Art Thou, July 24 - July 28, July 31 - August 4, August 7 - August 11, 7:00 pm, 87 Main Street. Tuesday evenings cabaret show only no dinner; Wednesday - Saturdays dinner theatre. On the menu is a fantastic buffet of chicken, macaroni and cheese, cornbread, baked beans, tossed salad, coleslaw, and a three bean salad, with some delicious strawberry shortcake for dessert with tea or coffee.
A nostalgic look at the golden age of radio and the impending changes in media and fame. Featuring acoustic folk, gospel and country music with a vaudeville flair.
For additional information contct 506-536-2248, 1-888-655-2248 or email@example.com.
All are welcome!
Live music at Bridge Street Cafe, every Thursday evening from 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm. If you play, sing, or just love live music, bring an instrument, your voice, or your ear, and friends and enjoy. Contact R.A. for more information or to ensure a performance spot at 364-2661 or firstname.lastname@example.org. All are welcome!
Festival by the Marsh, July 22 - August 18th. 2012 marks a return of one of Southeast New Brunswick's largest and best loved summer festivals - the full-scale Festival by the Marsh - this year with a theme of Back to the Future. This theme was chosen because 2012 will see a return to the format of fully produced plays, the Marsh Music Fest (featuring jazz, blues, and folk music), a two day KIDS FEST, a drama workshop, and other activities, all stretched over four weeks in July and August.
More information visit the above website or email@example.com or 506-536-7898.
Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Centre presents a Film & Video Screening curated by Jessica MacCormack at the Vogue Theatre, Bridge Street. This is a free event.
For additional information contact 536-1211 or firstname.lastname@example.org