Coming up at the Arts Centre:
Board Games Night
Friday, July 7, 6:00 – 10:00 p.m. Admission by donation.
Come out, meet some new people, discover some new games, and embrace your competitive side (or play a collaborative game instead). Open to all abilities and ages Alcoholic and soft drinks available from the bar.
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inFlux: Family Picnic with Harp Diem
Saturday, July 8, 12:00 – 2:00 p.m.
Pack your sun hat, picnic and a blanket and join Brenda Cox and Donna Hutchison of Harp Diem in the beautiful gardens at Inverness County Centre for the Arts. This event will be very relaxed, and families with young children are especially welcome. There will be no formal seating and children are welcome to move around during the performance. The event will take place outside so please come prepared! Event will be moved inside in the case of rain.
Suggested donation per family: $10
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Yoga at the Beach with Anne Lévesque
Sunday, July 9, 10:00 – 11:30 am
Join Anne Lévesque at ‘The Rocks’ at Inverness Beach for a morning yoga class. No mat necessary; just bring a towel or blanket, a hat, and sunscreen. Jumping in the ocean afterward optional. Suggested donation $8 (all proceeds to the Inverness County Centre for the Arts).
In case of rain, yoga will be moved to the art centre.
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inFlux: Pop-up Exhibition – Darren Julian
July 10 – July 23
Darren Julian is a Mi’kmaw artist from Wagmatcook First Nation. Darren grew up in Paqtnkek First Nation with his siblings and his artistic parents, Sandra Simon (Quill Baskets) and James Julian (Painter). Darren’s work will be displayed in a pop-up exhibition at Inverness County Centre for the Arts and Darren will be painting at the Centre on Monday, July 10th.
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inFlux Ideas: Aboriginal Art, Culture, and Tourism with Robert Bernard
Tuesday, July 11, 6:00 – 7:00 pm
Robert Bernard is the chair of the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada, and works with Wagmatcook Culture & Heritage Centre. He will speak as part of the inFlux Ideas series.
Admission by donation. Cash bar open.
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