It is difficult to move forward without acknowledging the destruction caused by hurricanes Irma and Marie in the Caribbean.
Nova Scotia's ties with these islands go back well over two centuries.
They need our help.
consider the people and animals who have suffered from these
devastating hurricanes and find it in your heart to help them.
Tomorrow, Thursday, Alex Cuba will be bringing his "sugarcane-sweet melodies, pop-soul hooks and powerful guitar riffs" to the Chester Playhouse stage at 7:30 pm.
was born in Cuba and was immersed in music at a young age. He went on
to study guitar and bass and after moving to Vancouver, recorded his
first album. He then recorded his solo debut album Humo De Tobaco which
earned him his first Juno award for World Music Album of the Year.
latest album, Healer, takes him back to his roots, with guitars and
vocal harmonies - an upbeat, acoustic soul album full of optimism.
Chester Farmers and Artisans are on tap this Friday at the Chester
Visitor Information Centre at the old train station from 10 - 2 pm (rain
Musical Friends is offering four free programs to the community which will be held at the
St. Stephen's Anglican Church every Monday.
1pm: Vintage Voices
fun singalong for people who enjoy music from the 30s to the 60s. Words
are projected on a screen so that no one has to mess with any pages,
and requests are always taken!
2pm: Musical Friends choir
Youth from Chester Elementary are walked from school to Tuck Hall, provided with a snack, and then learn to sing.
3pm Musical Friends band
students from both elementary and middle school receive guitar, piano,
bass and drum lessons, learn songs to play together, and will learn how
to write music.
4pm Tuneful Tots
Babies and toddlers along with parents, grandparents or guardians enjoy nursery rhymes and other danceable music.
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Next Saturday, September 30th at 7:30pm, Flamenco en Rouge will be onstage at The Chester Playhouse for a performance in support of their Barbados Raffle fundraiser.
Flamenco en Rouge is strongly committed a pure, authentic approach to flamenco, inspired by
the Gitano (gypsy) style from Jerez de la Frontera, Spain.
They bring a highly charged performance energy, with dramatic dancing, singing
and virtuosic instrumentals and colourful costumes.
Ticket prices, including taxes and fees for the show are $32 and include a $20 Barbados raffle ticket.