None­such Art of Pa­per runs through Oct. 15

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The None­such Gallery in Parrs­boro is fea­tur­ing on ex­hi­bi­tion en­ti­tled None­such Art of Pa­per.

In 2017 they re­ceived over 220 sub­mis­sions from 16 coun­tries for the None­such Art Of Pa­per Awards ex­hi­bi­tions. The ex­hi­bi­tions will fea­ture over 75 works from artists in Ar­gentina, Aus­tralia, Bel­gium, Canada, Colom­bia, Ger­many, Is­rael, Italy, Ja­pan, New Zealand, Poland, Switzer­land, and the United States.

This year six awards will be given: four se­lected by jury and two peo­ple’s choice awards se­lected by visi­tor vot­ing dur­ing the Parrs­boro and Mon­treal ex­hi­bi­tions.

The ex­hi­bi­tion will re­main open un­til Oct. 15 and the ex­hi­bi­tion hours will be Wed­nes­days and Thursday 1 p.m. un­til 7, Fri­days 1 un­til 9 p.m. and Satur­day and Sun­day 1 un­til 5 p.m. There is a mu­si­cal rven­ing in sup­port of Au­tumn House, tonight at 7 p.m. at the First Bap­tist Church.

The Rol­lik­ers, Sil­ver Rose and the Bap­tist Choir will be per­form­ing. Ad­mis­sion is a good will of­fer­ing. There will also be a har­vest sale of baked goods and pre­serves.

This evening at Dun­can’s Pub there will be live mu­sic from 4 un­til 6 p.m. fea­tur­ing a per­for­mance from Steve Wells.

Later in the evening at Dun­can’s Tony and Su­san Ro­bichaud will be pro­vid­ing the en­ter­tain­ment, their run goes from 7 un­til 10 p.m.

This evening Bella’s will not have live mu­sic be­cause of a pri­vate func­tion.

The Beause­jour Wind Quin­tet will be ap­pear­ing at Trin­ity-St. Stephen’s United Church as part of the Mu­sic at Trin­ity Con­cert Se­ries on Sun­day at 3 p.m.

This highly-ac­claimed group of mu­si­cians live and work in New Brunswick, Nova Sco­tia and P.E.I., (and for this per­for­mance will in­clude: Anne Varner, flute; Belinda Code, oboe; Karem Si­mon, clar­inet; Wil­liam Costin, horn; and Iris Frazer, bas­soon).

The quin­tet have per­formed, or presently hold po­si­tions in or­ches­tras through­out Canada, Europe, and South Amer­ica.

Tick­ets are $20 at the church of­fice. Call 902-667-8483 or at the door and youth seven through 18 will be ad­mit­ted free of charge if ac­com­pa­nied by an adult.

The Park Bench Play­ers will be per­form­ing With a Lit­tle Help From My Friends, Tues­day at 7 p.m., in the Su­san Tay­lor Theatre at Amherst Re­gional High.

The Park Bench Play­ers are a na­tional award-win­ning group of in­di­vid­u­als who live with men­tal ill­ness. Ad­mis­sion is free, but do­na­tions will be ac­cepted.

Be­cause of the over­whelm­ing re­sponse to the Anne of Springhill, Din­ner Theatre at the Mar­itime Mu­sic Fest, it’s com­ing back for a num­ber of en­core per­for­mances.

The show tells the story of a group of wacky Anne Mur­ray fans who get to­gether to stage a trib­ute to their home­town hero.

It fea­tures songs from the 50s to to­day as well as a num­ber of clas­sic songs made fa­mous by Anne Mur­ray.

There is a show Fri­day at the Amherst Golf Club.

Cost for the show and roast beef din­ner is $40. Tick­ets avail­able at the Pro Shop at the Amherst Golf Club or by call­ing 902-667-1911 and there will also be a show in Mur­ray Cor­ner, N.B. at the East Bots­ford Re­cre­ation Cen­tre Satur­day.

The cost for the show and a roast pork din­ner is $30. Tick­ets are avail­able at Coles Gro­cery in Port El­gin, Lakes in Mur­ray Cor­ner or by call­ing 506-538-7343 or 506-538-2834.

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