@ LSA, June 2018

June 2018 @ Lunenburg School of the Arts 

June 2018 @ Lunenburg School of the Arts
Saturday, June 2, 2018, 2:00 p.m.

“Cookie Concert”
Musique Royale’s Cookie Concerts run each year from October to June so our next event on Saturday, June 2 at 2 pm at the Lunenburg School of the Arts will be our final one before the summer. We’re so pleased to feature Alison Enriquez (violin and vocals), Augusto Enriquez (guitar and vocals) and Jeff Goodspeed (flute and saxophone) at this event. You won’t want to miss this one if you are in Lunenburg that day. Admission is $5 at the door (4 and under – no charge), and a cookie treat at the end. For more information click here

Thursday, June 7, 2018, 7:00 p.m.

“My Nova Scotia Cookbook” by Channelle Jefferson
My Nova Scotia Cookbook provides a delicious selection of Nova Scotia favourites for all cooks – beginner to experienced. This cookbook is a collection of recipes from Chanelle’s personal-favourite cook: Nana. Other recipes were provided by professional local chefs, family members, and other Nova Scotian’s who just, well… know how to cook. Chanelle Jefferson’s whimsical drawings illustrate aspects of each recipe, making it easy for readers to break down and prepare these Atlantic dishes. For more information click here

Friday, June 8, 2018, 7:00 p.m.

“National Fundraiser” for ElderDog Canada
ElderDog Canada Inc. is a national, community-based, non-profit and registered charity which assists and supports older adults in the care and well-being of their canine companions. We provide care and companionship for older dogs whose lives have been disrupted due to illness or death of a human companion. We also conduct and support research and educate about the human-animal bond and the significant role of companion animals in the health and well-being of seniors. For more information click here

Saturday, June 9, 2018, 11:00 a.m.

Sargasso Sea talk with Senator Wilfred Moore
The Sargasso Sea is named for the Sargassum seaweed that creates its unique ecosystem. This Sea has been called a golden floating rainforest. It is a haven of biodiversity and there is growing recognition of the crucial role it plays in the wider North Atlantic ecosystem as habitat, foraging and spawning grounds and as a migratory corridor. Endangered European and American eels migrate to the Sargasso to breed. Wahoo, tuna and other pelagic fish forage in and migrate through the Sea, as do a number of whale species, notably sperm whales and humpbacks. For more information click here

Friday, June 15, 2018, 7:00 p.m.

“Opening and Artist Talk” with LSA Artist-in-Residence, Kara Highfield
For the past six months with the support of The Lunenburg School of the Arts and Arts Nova Scotia, through their Creation Grant Program, I have been able to explore the possibilities of fine layered sculpture. Within my work over the last few years I have been going back and forth between sculptural and functional ceramics. For more information  click here

Thursday, June 21, 2018, 7:00 p.m.

NSAA Lecture Series “The Life and Times of the Shubenacadie Canal” with Syd Dumaresq, Architect, NSAA, FRAIC and Sue Sirrs, Landscape Architect
The Shubenacadie Canal was envisioned to facilitate transportation between
Halifax and the agricultural, timber and coal producing areas of northern Nova Scotia and the Annapolis Valley. Construction was started in 1826 by the Shubenacadie Canal Co., which went bankrupt in 1831. Construction started again in 1854 under the Inland Navigation Company. For more information click here

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Lunenburg School of the Arts
6 Prince Street
P.O. Box 610
Lunenburg, Nova Scotia
B0J 2C0