National Theatre Live from Britain will feature Peter Pan was J.M. Barrie on June 16 at the Al Whittle Theatre.
JM Barrie invented Neverland rather in the same way that Lewis Carroll invented Wonderland for Alice - by telling stories to the children of his friends. The Llewelyn Davies family not only had five sons, but also a nurse for the boys and a St. Bernard. The latter two memorably combined as Nana, the children’s canine governess.
The Wolfville screening will start at 7 p.m. Jewell i is an award-winning narrative journalist whose articles and essays have been published in newspapers and magazines across Canada.
Born and raised in Ontario, Jewell’s lifelong love of Nova Scotia began with a family vacation when she was nine, and deepened after she moved to Nova Scotia from Vancouver in 2002. Her bi-weekly Field Notes column was the inspiration for her first book, a collection of essays, called Field Notes: A City Girl’s Search for Heart and Home in Rural Nova Scotia, published by Nimbus. Conlin and actor Candy O’Brien for an afternoon of music, history, drama, art and your imagination. There will also be a silent auction featuring The United Tapestry Artisans Guild members.
Tickets, $25, are available at the North Mountain Market and the Berwick Library. way at 7:30 p.m.
Musician Greg Simm has been involved with this organization since it’s inception. Simm, who is a Windsor-area native, has just returned from his 23rd trip to Baffin Island to teach youth fiddle and guitar.