Nonesuch Art of Paper runs through Oct. 15
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.