Monthly Archives: June 2013

Shadow Puppetry Exhibit at Fredericton Region Museum

Miguelina Izaguirre, a local artist, has applied and been recruited by the Fredericton Region Museum to provide interactive programming in its exhibit space, starting on Canada Day. Miguelina has been a Fredericton resident for several years now and has recently started up her own theatre company, Peekaboo Shadows Theatre, with the help of her husband,… Continue Reading

Exhibition with Conrad Légère in Miramichi

From June 25th to August 25th 2013, the Galerie Artcadienne located at the Carrefour Beausoleil in Miramichi, NB presents the exhibition Expressions of life in the heart of the Atlantic/ Expressions de la vie au cœur de l’Atlantique from the artist Conrad Légère. Originally from Caraquet, Conrad favours the medium of oil painting on canvas… Continue Reading

Joseph, A Poem by Elizabeth Copeland

Joseph Busy at his workbench, long form stooped, eyes narrowed, he sands the damaged wood. A child’s rocking chair, dark rich walnut intricately carved with care, long years ago for the daughter whose birth stopped her mother’s life; that child now grown and gone and who cares where. Why this sunny morning? Why this need… Continue Reading

Codiac Music Festival Reveals Inaugural Line-Up

The brand new Codiac Music Festival revealed their first ever line-up today. Held in Downtown Moncton, the event is set to offer the Hub City an exciting new musical celebration that will feature a variety of musical styles including local and regional artists. The festival’s goal is to grow into a multi-day international festival destination… Continue Reading

Festival du cirque de Dieppe

The City of Dieppe and Circus Stella invite all the population to the 2nd edition of the Festival du cirque de Dieppe (Dieppe Circus Festival) to be held at Place 1604 from July 24 to 27, 2013. After a very successful first edition of the festival in July 2012, where approximately 3,000 people were able… Continue Reading

A Poem, Sentinel

Sentinel He stands like a sentinel, profound devotion So deeply embedded in his heart He would perish before abandoning The one to whom his soul is forever bound. His keen gaze unwavering, he scans the horizon Watching, waiting, steadfast in his vigil… Time has no meaning for him But a lonely ache grows with every… Continue Reading

Molasses Oat Bread

by Allyson Kenning Few things are more satisfying than making a great loaf of homemade bread. I have a fairly large bread recipe repertoire, but there are always recipes I go back to again and again because they are just so good. The recipe I’m about to share with you is one of them. In… Continue Reading