We are SO excited! We have an incredible lineup of musicians all day, taking us to our campfire and the Fireworks!
Canada Day at Ross Creek is a celebration of the diversity of cultures that make Canada wonderful, reflected in the people right here at Ross Creek. This year, our food, music, and arts activities on Canada Day reflect some of the places we come from!
With a canteen in the afternoon of foods from the cultures of our staff (El Salvador, Scotland, Ireland, China, and Indonesia), plus hot dogs, and cake, and live performance and workshops with artists including Cristian Quirivan from Chile, Drummers and Dancers from Senegal and Zimbabwe, multi-instrumentalists Saeed Fouroughi and Mohammad Sahraei from Iran, the amazing Ryan Roberts from down the road, and the incomparable Ian Sherwood, fresh from his British tour, it’s going to be a fabulous day!
Join us for a community supper (please prebook) with fabulous Barbecue Chicken (or portabello Burgers), potato and green salads and strawberry shortcake, and plan on spending a whole day playing games, seeing our new exhibit and meeting our artist-in-residence, listening to fabulous live music, making art, and at night, coming to our campfire and watching fireworks!
Please join us for our Gallery Opening July 1.
We hope you can join us to meet Vancouver-based internationally acclaimed artist Gu Xiong for the opening of
This photographic installation by Gu Xiong comes to us after being at the Art Gallery of Ontario, and reflects Gu’s friendships and connections to migrant workers in a way that will be familiar to our agricultural community, and which provides an extraordinary portrait of the workers who are vital to the success of Canada’s food producers.
We can’t imagine a better show to launch on Canada Day, as we explore where Canada comes from and where it is going, and who makes it work. Gu Xiong is a Chinese-Canadian Artist dedicated to migrant issues and global flows of culture, ideas, and identity. He is in residence at Ross Creek now, and will be in attendance at the opening, and this is his first exhibit in Nova Scotia, and we look forward to introducing him to our local and arts community.
We are grateful to the Canada Council for the Arts and the Province of Nova Scotia for their support of this exhibition.
Exhibition Opening with the artist: Monday July 1, 1pm — 4pm
It’s opening week!
This week, we start our previews for the Summer Theatre Season!
Governor-General Award- winning playwright Catherine Banks’ timely examination of personal and community politics, environment and family bonds, In This Light, has previews on Wednesday July 3 and Friday 5, and Frankenstein by Fire, a full gothic musical performed around a roaring fire, previews on Thursday, July 4 and Friday, July 5. Previews are only $15 per person and both shows open on July 6, with a special reception between.
Quiz: Enter to win a chance for two tickets to our opening night!
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Give your child the experience of a lifetime!
Our extraordinary camps are filling up, so sign up now for the incredible combination of great artistic programming, traditional camp and creativity! Programs in visual arts, music, dance, theatre, writing, making, fashion and more! See the camper kit for SummerArts.
Junior kids from 5-7 use all the arts to explore cool themes; our intermediate campers (8-10) start to develop more skills in a particular art form, and our senior campers (11-16) hone their skills, academy teens are part of our pioneering program, and dancers take leaps forward with DSD, all while eating delicious food, creating on our beautiful grounds, and connecting with other creative kids from around the world all supervised by our caring, highly trained and fabulous staff!
REGISTER BEFORE IT’S TOO LATE!– Some camps are full, and we want to fill them all!
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Box 190 555 Ross Creek Road, Canning NS, B0P 1H0