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Deep Roots COVID Concerts going online

DEEP ROOTS MUSIC goes online with COVID Concerts Wolfville, NS – May 23, 2020 For immediate release: The Deep Roots Board of Directors, working closely with the Festival Committee and community stakeholders, have reluctantly decided to cancel the 17th annual Deep Roots Music Festival, scheduled for September 2020. The Deep Roots Music Cooperative was incorporated…

2019 Valley Arts Award – François Côté
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2019 Valley Arts Award – François Côté

For Immediate Release – August 18th, 2019   Deep Roots announces 16th Valley Arts Award WOLFVILLE, NS – First presented in 2004 to Jack Sheriff, founder of Theatre Arts Festival International and the Kipawo Showboat Company, the Valley Arts Award honours individuals who have made a significant long-term contribution to the arts in Nova Scotia’s Annapolis Valley. The presentation…

Alan Syliboy and The Thundermakers

Sponsored by Long & McQuade Fri., Sept. 27, 7:00pm: Kings County Museum Sat., Sept. 28, 3:00pm: Idle No More: Truth and Reconciliation, Al Whittle Sun. Sept. 29, 1:00pm: Festival Finale, Festival Theatre An established Mi’kmaq artist, Alan Syliboy’s work is influenced by the indigenous Mi’kmaq rock drawing, and quill weaving traditions. Working in acrylic and mixed media, Alan creates…

Catherine MacLellan

Sponsored by Mud Creek Rotary Club Thurs., Sept. 26, 7:00pm: Horton Performance Centre The Song and The Sorrow, NFB film (42 min) Catherine MacLellan (duo performance), 8:00pm Musician Catherine MacLellan, the daughter of Canadian singer/songwriting legend Gene MacLellan, grew up surrounded by her father’s music. He committed suicide when she was 14. Two decades after…