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2012 marks the 200th anniversary of the beginning of the War of 1812. At Fort Beausejour - Fort Cumberland National Historic Site (Aulac NB), we are excited to welcome a travelling exhibit that will tell the story of how the flame of war forged a spirit of co-operation that led to the creation of Canada.
The event is being held Monday, July 30th from 11:00 am - 5:00 pm and Tuesday, July 31st, from 9:00 am - 5:00 pm. Also, a presentation _ The Acadian community and the War of 1812_ by historian Ronnie-Gilles Leblanc is being held July 31st at 2:00 pm.
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All are welcome!
Monday July 30th, at 12:00 noon, a BBQ hosted by Habitat for Humanity at Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre, 7 Lorne Street.
All are welcome!
Storytent takes place every Monday from 2-4 pm (located beside the library) in partnership with the Public Library, 66 Main Street). Come read and sing under the tent top.
All are welcome!
OK.Quoi?! Arts Festival Music Workshops. Monday July 30-Friday August 3, at the Sackville Music Hall. Workshops in playing music together and improvising, led by Halifax composer Jerome Blais. Any instrument, any level of ability, any age welcome to join in.
Please note that you can still take part, even if you can't make it to all the workshop sessions.
For more information contact Helen Pridmore, 364-1088. These workshops are free and everyone is invited to join in!
Conduction Workshop #1: Introductions. Motion Ensemble and Jérôme Blais. Band Room, Marjorie Young Bell Conservatory of Music, Mount Allison University, 134 Main Street, Monday, July 30th from 4:30 - 6:30 pm.
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The Sackville Rod & Gun Club are holding Clay Bird Shotgun Shoots every Monday evening at 6:00 pm, June - September at the club's private shotgun range, located at 32 Landing Road, Sackville.
Sackville Lions Bingo every Monday evening, 6:45 pm, Sackville Lions Den, 10 Dufferin Street. Everyone welcome!
A Lecture on The Institute for Future Life Regression, Monday, July 30th, 7:00 pm. Performance, Clare Elson & Dustin Wilson, at The Sackville Music Hall. (part of the Tête-à-Tête Media Talks program).
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Struts Putts Open Invitational: Mini Golf Tournament and Festival Launch Party, 8:00 pm at Struts Gallery & Faucet Media Arts Centre, 7 Lorne Street.
all are welcome!
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Ok.Quoi?! presents a diverse program of comtemporary film, music, audio art and performance by over 40 regionl, national and international artists. Screenings, concerts and public exhibitions take place at a variety of venues and on the downtown streets in the heart of Sackille. Workshops throughout the week are geared toward professionl and emerging artists and community members. The Kids Corner Power Jam, a daily creative camp for children of various ages is programmed in conjunction with SappyFest.
Ongoing Throughout the Festival:
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.
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