Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre
Creamery Square, Tatamagouche.
July Reminder – Upcoming Events
We wanted to take this opportunity to remind you of the upcoming events happening at The Grace, Tatamagouche in July. Be sure to put these dates on your calendar and bring your friends.
July 11, 7:00 pm Open Mic Night – FREE
July 13, 7:30 pm Shannon Quinn – $20
July 14, 3:00 pm St John String Quartet – $20
July 19, 7:30 pm Maxim Cormier and Gervais Cormier – $20
Tickets are available at Fulton’s Pharmacy in Tatamagouche, at The Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre and online through our web site.
For details on all summer programs, please scroll down this list and/or go to www.gracejollymore.com
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July – Jane Grady Art Exhibit – Opening
July 11 – Open Mic Night
July 13 – Shannon Quinn
July 14 – Saint John String Quartet
July 19 – Maxim Cormier and Gervais Cormier
August 2 – Jen Power Art Exhibit – Opening
August 11 – Ryan Cook and Sunny Acres
August 22 – 25 – TATAFEST
August 22 – Dave Carroll
August 23 – Local Talent Showcase
August 24 – Plein Air Day
August 24 – Charlie A’Court
August 25 – Ivan and Vivian Hicks
August 30 – Christine Sanderson / Janice Stewart Art Exhibit – Opening
September 21 – Dan Doiron
October 10-19 – Oliver!
31 Creamery Road, Tatamagouche, NS
Tickets for events at The Grace are usually available at Fulton’s Pharmacy in Tatamagouche, and online, as well as at the door. Go to gracejollymore.com to purchase yours today.
ART / JULY
Jane Grady Art Exhibit
Book The Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre or the popular Ice House Gallery for your wedding or special event. Several options exist for your reception, wedding, annual meeting, banquet or other occasion. For details email email@example.com or call 902-956-1848
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MUSIC / JULY 11, 7:00 PM
Open Mic Night
Free will offering.
Get ready for some good old local entertainment. Time to get some tunes ready and bring your friends to Open Mic Night At The Grace. Thursday, June 13, 7:30 pm. Free Will Offering. Bar Available.
If you are interested in volunteering at The Grace, please contact us by email or phone. We are always looking for help especially on show night, or in the art gallery, bar, tickets, advertising and more. For details email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 902-956-1848
MUSIC / SATURDAY, JULY 13, 7:30 PM
Shannon was born and raised in beautiful Halifax, Nova Scotia and has been performing as a fiddler/vocalist for the past 16 years. In 2016 Shannon won ‘Roots Traditional Album of the Year’ & ‘New Artist Recording of the year’ at the Music Nova Scotia Awards, and has also been nominated for two Canadian Folk Music Awards. She achieved her music degree from the renowned ‘Humber College’ in Toronto and has for the past two years been touring internationally with the award winning Scottish group ‘The Paul McKenna Band’. This has included many international performances in Canada, The United States, England, Scotland, Germany as well as the Netherlands. Some of Shannon’s past performances have included being featured with Cirque Du Soleil and The Chieftains in Canada as well as being a featured soloist with Symphony Nova Scotia. Shannon has performed at Walt Disney World’s ‘Epcot’ in the United Kingdom Pavilion. She’s also performed with the award winning group ‘Down with Webster’ at Massey Hall and was a featured violinist for the ‘We Day’ concert in Halifax at the Metro Centre, performing for over 10, 000 people. She has also been a featured performer at the ‘Music City Roots’ concert as well as Bluegrass Underground concert; both in Nashville and both broadcast live on WSM radio. Shannon released a solo album in 2008 entitled ‘The Irwin Lake Sessions and now after a few years performing and touring she recently released a second album (recorded in Glasgow) in July 2015 entitled ‘If All the Young Ladies’. This album features Shannon primarily as a vocalist as well as a fiddler. In addition to being a solo artist, Shannon has also been performing with her father Tony Quinn for the past 16 years as a Celtic/folk duo, and has recently done some touring with Joel Plaskett as his fiddle player for his ‘Solidarity’ tour with his father Bill.
MUSIC / SUNDAY, JULY 14, 3:00 pm
Saint John String Quartet
The Saint John String Quartet continues to make their mark on the Canadian music scene with the release of their new album, Canadian Hits: Unplugged. This album represents a step outside of a string quartet’s norm with 16 pop hits from Canadian icons, including Leonard Cohen, the Arkells, Joni Mitchell and The Tragically Hip. In July, Quartet violinists David Adams and Danielle Sametz, along with violist Christopher Buckley and cellist Sonja Adams will be promoting the new album on an Atlantic tour. Canadian Hits: Unplugged is available at Backstreet Records, at Symphony New Brunswick and Saint John String Quartet concerts, and on iTunes July 5, 2019.
MUSIC / FRIDAY, JULY 19, 7:30 PM
Maxim Cormier – with Gervais Cormier
Guitar virtuoso, composer and producer, Maxim Cormier’s playing has been described as “a revelation”. His genre bending performances include influences from classical, jazz and world music and can change the audience’s perception of what is possible on guitar.
ART / AUGUST
Jen Power Art Exhibit
Opening Friday, August 2, 7pm.