Septem­ber 14 Events

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Thurs­day Septem­ber 13

DR. GABRIELLE HORNE’S VIC­TORY AGAINST BUL­LY­ING Car­di­ol­o­gist and re­searcher Gabrielle Horne, in the words of event or­ga­niz­ers, was “sub­jected to years of bul­ly­ing hell by se­nior col­leagues and the Cap­i­tal (now Nova Sco­tia) Health Author­ity. In 2018, af­ter 15 years, she won a ma­jor vic­tory in the courts against her em­ployer.” Here, she tells her story. Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Li­brary, 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, 6:30-8:30pm

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FES­TI­VAL The city’s big­gest film fes­ti­val flexes its cel­lu­loid mus­cles, shar­ing art house of­fer­ings, in­die op­tions and made­for-megaplex movies at Cine­plex Park Lane. Get the full sched­ules at fin­fes­ti­val. ca, and read more on page 11. Cine­plex Park Lane, 5657 Spring Gar­den Road

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2018 To kick off the city’s big­gest love let­ter to the movies, FIN goes luxe with an open­ing night screen­ing at The Cohn. As for what’s play­ing? It’s a screen­ing of the Nova Sco­tia-set Splin­ters, which sees a young woman re­turn­ing home for her fa­ther’s fu­neral—and try­ing to keep her ro­man­tic life se­cret from her tra­di­tional mother as her sex­u­al­ity proves ever more fluid. A swank af­ter-party is held at The Dis­cov­ery Cen­tre, and party en­trance is in­cluded in ticket pric­ing. Rebecca Cohn Au­di­to­rium, 6101 Univer­sity Av­enue, 7pm, $50

SELL­ING FOR ARTISTS The Craig Gallery hosts this talk, say­ing “We are hon­oured to have Wendy Vrooman, a part­ner in the renowned San­dler Train­ing, here to cre­atively shed some light on the puz­zling art of sell­ing art.” Aimed at artists, gallery-own­ers and any­one in­ter­ested in the art of the sale, you can re­serve a seat by RSVPing at lee@ alder­ney­land­ing.com. Alder­ney Land­ing Theatre, 2 Ochter­loney Street, 6-8pm STO­RY­TELLERS CIR­CLE OF HAL­I­FAX: “SCHOOL DAZE” W/CLARA DUGAS The Sto­ry­tellers Cir­cle of Hal­i­fax re­turns for another sea­son of tales tall and true— that are told not read—with this ses­sion, fea­tur­ing Clara Dugas on the mic. Af­ter her story fin­ishes, oth­ers are wel­come to share some­thing that’s 10 min­utes or less. Lo­cal Coun­cil of Women House 989 Young Av­enue, 7-9pm

TWO-EYED SEE­ING AND SUS­TAIN

ABIL­ITY Dal­housie’s Elder-in-Res­i­dence, Geri Musqua-Leblanc, opens the Col­lege of Sus­tain­abil­ity’s fall lec­ture se­ries with Elder Al­bert Mar­shall. A Mi’kmaq wel­com­ing cer­e­mony is pre­sented be­fore Mar­shall dis­cusses the con­cept of Etu­apt­munk (or two-eyed see­ing), a view­point on in­te­gra­tive sci­ence he has pop­u­lar­ized. On­daatje Hall, Mar­ion McCain Build­ing, Dal­housie Univer­sity, 6135 Univer­sity, 7pm, free Fri­day

BA­CON FEST Max out on your daily sat­u­rated fat al­lowances with this cel­e­bra­tion of the pop­u­lar break­fast meat—and read more on page TK. Souper Du­per Soup, 156 Oc­ther­loney Street, 4-8pm

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FES­TI­VAL The city’s big­gest film fes­ti­val flexes its cel­lu­loid mus­cles, shar­ing art house of­fer­ings, in­die op­tions and made­for-megaplex movies at Cine­plex Park Lane. Get the full sched­ules at fin­fes­ti­val. ca. Cine­plex Park Lane, 5657 Spring Gar­den Road, Sep 13-20 FRI­DAY NIGHT DANCE Shake a leg! New­found­land So­cial Club, 40 Wright Av­enue, Dart­mouth, 8:30pm, $10

THE PEARL JAM TOUR The Best of Hal­i­fax reader’s choice award-win­ning bar­tender Shane Bee­han leads this tasty field trip around town, tak­ing you to five se­cret lo­ca­tions to sip craft cock­tails and oys­ters. The chauf­feured cel­e­bra­tion of bi­valves and bevvies de­parts from the Hal­i­fax Mar­riott Har­bourfront Ho­tel and lasts three hours. Hal­i­fax Mar­riott Har­bourfront Ho­tel, 1919 Up­per Wa­ter Street, Sep 14-Sep 15, 5pm; Sep 21-22, 5pm; $52.05

Satur­day Septem­ber 15

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FES­TI­VAL Read more on page 11. Cine­plex Park Lane, 5657 Spring Gar­den Road, Sep 13-2

HAL­I­FAX MOOSEHEADS PRE­SEA­SON GAME VS

MONC­TON WILD­CATS Though the of­fi­cial QMJHL sea­son starts soon, it’ll be awhile (like, Oc­to­ber) un­til the Moose home opener. Mean­ing? Hockey fans will wanna hit up this pre­sea­son match to hold them over till then. Hal­i­fax Fo­rum, 2901 Wind­sor Street, 7pm, $11

NEP­TUNE THEATRE’S PROP AND

COS­TUME SALE Take home a piece of the­ater his­tory—and read more on page TK. 2245 Creighton Street, 9am-12pm

PAINT THE HY­DRO­S­TONE 2018 While 14 Bells Fine Art Gallery al­ways has some­thing beau­ti­ful for your eye­balls to in­gest, this artsy af­ter­noon sees the gallery take over the en­tire Hy­dro­s­tone, with artists set­ting up easels and paint­ing au

plein air through­out the neigh­bour­hood. Watch the brush-wield­ers at work for some ma­jor Bob Ross vibes. 14 Bells Fine Art Gallery, 5523 Young Street, 10am-5pm

THE PEARL JAM TOUR The Best of Hal­i­fax reader’s choice award-win­ning bar­tender Shane Bee­han leads this tasty field trip around town, tak­ing you to five se­cret lo­ca­tions to sip craft cock­tails and slurp oys­ters. The chauf­feured cel­e­bra­tion of bi­valves and bevvies de­parts from the Hal­i­fax Mar­riott Har­bourfront Ho­tel and lasts three hours. Hal­i­fax Mar­riott Har­bourfront Ho­tel, 1919 Up­per Wa­ter Street, Sep 14-15, 5pm; Sep 21-22, 5pm, $52.05

QUINFEST 2018 It’s a full day of fun on Quin­pool Road as some shops dole out free sam­ples, fam­ily ac­tiv­i­ties take over the green space be­tween Wind­sor Street and Quin­gate Place, and side­walk sales abound.

Quin­pool Road, 11am-3pm

REV­O­LU­TION­ARY WAR EN­CAMP­MENT

His­tory nerds, take note: “Mem­bers of var­i­ous Mar­itime liv­ing his­tory groups will set up a mil­i­tary camp in­side the Hal­i­fax Ci­tadel de­pict­ing the time of the Amer­i­can Revo­lu­tion,” says the ci­tadel of this time-trav­el­ling camp-out atop the his­toric site. See snip­pets of daily life from the time pe­riod from 10am-5pm Satur­day and 10am-3pm Sun­day. Hal­i­fax Ci­tadel Na­tional His­toric Site, 5425 Sackville Street, Sep 15-16

WINGFEST First it was rib fest. Then, ba­con fest. Now, chick­ens are get­ting their day in the sun (or um, over the grill?) as all you car­ni­vores chow down on wings while live mu­sic and free-flow­ing ale rounds out the good times. Ticket price in­cludes a half-dozen of the bony treats, too. Alder­ney Land­ing, 2 Ochter­loney Street, Dart­mouth, $11

WORD ON THE STREET 2018

Hal­i­fax’s an­nual hat-tip to books and mag­a­zines re­turns, tak­ing over the Cen­tral Li­brary with all sorts of read­ings’ lec­tures and work­shops. See side­bar at right for more, and peep the­coast.ca for the full sched­ule. Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Li­brary, 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, 10am-4pm

Sun­day Septem­ber 16

BEN GU­RION, EPI­LOGUE SCREEN­ING A screen­ing of the 2016 archive­ma­te­rial-based doc­u­men­tary trac­ing the fi­nal years of David Ben-Gu­rion (Is­rael’s first Prime Min­is­ter), fol­lowed with a fa­cil­i­tated dis­cus­sion by the At­lantic Jewish Coun­cil. Mu­seum of Nat­u­ral His­tory, 1747 Sum­mer Street, 2pm, free

FAM­ILY FRIENDLY RALLY FOR CHILD

RIGHTS A group aim­ing to see that vi­o­lence against chil­dren is treated dif­fer­ently by the le­gal sys­tem than vi­o­lence against adults, the VAC Lobby Group hosts this rally on chil­dren’s rights that fea­tures guest speak­ers, bal­loons and cook­ies. Vic­to­ria Park, Spring Gar­den Road and South Park Street, 10am-12pm

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page 11. Cine­plex Park Lane, 5657 Spring Gar­den Road, Sep 13-20

REV­O­LU­TION­ARY WAR EN­CAMP­MENT

His­tory nerds, take note: “Mem­bers of var­i­ous Mar­itime liv­ing his­tory groups will set up a mil­i­tary camp in­side the Hal­i­fax Ci­tadel de­pict­ing the time of the Amer­i­can Revo­lu­tion,” says the ci­tadel of this time-trav­el­ling camp-out atop the his­toric site. See snip­pets of daily life from the time pe­riod—think camp cook­ing, black­smithing and more— from 10am-5pm Satur­day and 10am3pm Sun­day. Hal­i­fax Ci­tadel Na­tional His­toric Site, 5425 Sackville Street, Sep 15-16

WINGFEST First it was rib fest. Then, ba­con fest. Now, chick­ens are get­ting their day in the sun (or um, over the grill?) as all you car­ni­vores chow down on wings while live mu­sic and free-flow­ing ale rounds out the good times. Ticket price in­cludes a half-dozen of the bony treats, too. Alder­ney Land­ing, 2 Ochter­loney Street, Dart­mouth, Sep 15-16, $11

Monday Septem­ber 17

ARTISTS AND CON­VER­SA­TION

A panel that sees cre­ators of works in the fi­nal­ist run­ning for the Lieu­tenant Gov­er­nor of Nova Sco­tia Mas­ter­works Arts Award in con­ver­sa­tion. Held in the li­brary’s Paul O’Re­gan Hall. Hal­i­fax Cen­tral Li­brary, 5440 Spring Gar­den Road, 6-8pm, free FIN: AT­LANTIC IN­TER­NA­TIONAL FILM FES­TI­VAL Read more on page 11. Cine­plex Park Lane, 5657 Spring Gar­den Road, Sep 13-20

Tues­day Septem­ber 18

EX­PRES­SIVE CAFE HAL­I­FAX A safe space for peo­ple with Apha­sia to prac­tice their speech and lan­guage skills. Held in the build­ing’s base­ment level, a potluck rounds out the fun. Nova Sco­tia Re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion Cen­tre, 1341 Sum­mer Street, 6pm

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FES­TI­VAL Cine­plex Park Lane, 5657 Spring Gar­den Road, Sep 13-20 POL­ICY MAT­TERS: POL­ICY IS­SUES IN HOUS­ING AN AG­ING POP­U­LA­TION Head to room 1011 for this lec­ture ex­plor­ing how Canada will meet the hous­ing needs of an ag­ing pop­u­la­tion. Ken­neth C. Rowe Man­age­ment Build­ing, 6100 Univer­sity Av­enue, 12-1:30pm

Wed­nes­day Septem­ber 19

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FILM FES­TI­VAL read more on page 11. Cine­plex Park Lane, 5657 Spring Gar­den Road, Sep 13-20

FRENCH WRIT­ING WORK­SHOP As part of the lan­guage in­sti­tute’s 115th an­niver­sary cel­e­bra­tions, the school in­vites one and all to this work­shop where par­tic­i­pants will pen a French story set in 1903 Hal­i­fax. Al­liance Française Hal­i­fax, 5509 Young Street, 6-8pm

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