The house guests have packed up, the water wings have been deflated and the spiders have taken over the BBQ.
Time to regroup, relax and rewind.
The Captain’s House
Gallery at 33 Central Street presents their September exhibition “A
Calendar of Dolls.”
You will be transported into the diminutive and detailed world of
collector dolls created by Halifax textile artist Joan Doherty.
The gallery is open Wednesday- Sunday from 11 am - 4 pm and the show
runs until October 2nd.
The Farmers' and Artisans Market is
open Friday at the Old Railway Station, from 9:00 am to 1:00 pm. Rain
or Shine. Local fresh produce, meat and fish, artisan baking, tasty
meals, flowers and plants, handmade crafts, jewelry, and treats.
Come visit the Chester Art Centre
this Saturday and Sunday from 10am-4pm to see artists working and
creating. Try your hands at creating something three dimensional and
watch art in motion. From Chippie Kennedy working with a live model to
Marla Benton welcoming you to play with clay, to Halifax Circus wowing
you with their full aerial rig. All ages will find something to enjoy
and it is free! Covid capacity is 250, the entrance will be at Art
Centre parking lot and the exit will be out the side yard where you will
find Imperfections Café with their BBQ fired up and ready.
This Sunday 7 pm at Lordly Park there will be a presentation called
“Troubling Joy” by the North Barn Theatre. Troubling Joy is a lively
circus featuring a cast of puppets who discover the pleasure of change.
North Barn uses puppetry, moving image, and song to investigate the
promise of happiness and its illusions. The show will appeal to the
senses of all ages. Admission by donation.
Next Tuesday Picnic in the Park presents “Cut, Split and Delivered”
a local favourite, at Lordly Park from 5-7pm. Rain date Wednesday.