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Mary Walsh: Come Home Year 1966 – A Staged Reading of an Original Play

Perchance Theatre 169 Burnthead Loop, Cupids

Perchance Theatre welcomes Mary Walsh as a part of our Open Sky Series on Wednesday August 24th at 7:00pm. Part coming of age story, part murder mystery, it's about a young girl's hard fall from innocence to experience, and her all-consuming quest to be a somebody in the eyes of her estranged family. It's the …

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Stolen Sisters Performance

Heart garden, Government House 50 Military Rd, St. John's

Starring Deantha Edmunds, written & directed by L'nu playwright Leahdawn Helena, STOLEN SISTERS explores the life and legacy of the Beothuk people, an Indigenous people who are culturally extinct due to Colonial violence. This new one-woman play features the stories of three generations of Beothuk women and girls - each of whom exist and live …

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$30

Stolen Sisters Performance

Heart garden, Government House 50 Military Rd, St. John's

Starring Deantha Edmunds, written & directed by L'nu playwright Leahdawn Helena, STOLEN SISTERS explores the life and legacy of the Beothuk people, an Indigenous people who are culturally extinct due to Colonial violence. This new one-woman play features the stories of three generations of Beothuk women and girls - each of whom exist and live …

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$30

Georgestown Neighbourhood Association Fleamarket

Georgestown, St. John's

Books, CD’s, household goods, decorative items, toys, clothing and more! Support the Georgestown Neighbourhood Association so it can continue to build community in this vibrant part of St. John’s. Donations welcome at the Lantern, 35 Barnes Road on Friday the 26 from 6 to 8 pm or from 8am Saturday the 27th.

Come & I will Sing You: A Summer of Stories

brigus 37 Middle Ridge, Brigus NL

Join us at St. George’s Church in Brigus on Saturday afternoon August 27 th at 2:00 pm. as acclaimed traditional musicians Pamela Morgan and Matthew Byrne tell stories through song. Tickets for the event are $22 and available at Eventbrite. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/come-and-i-will-sing-you-pamela-morgan-matthew-byrne-tickets-375263923497?aff=ebdssbdestsearch   About the Landfall Trust The Landfall Trust is a charitable organization whose mission …

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$22

Stolen Sisters Performance

Heart garden, Government House 50 Military Rd, St. John's

Starring Deantha Edmunds, written & directed by L'nu playwright Leahdawn Helena, STOLEN SISTERS explores the life and legacy of the Beothuk people, an Indigenous people who are culturally extinct due to Colonial violence. This new one-woman play features the stories of three generations of Beothuk women and girls - each of whom exist and live …

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$30

Stolen Sisters Performance

Heart garden, Government House 50 Military Rd, St. John's

Starring Deantha Edmunds, written & directed by L'nu playwright Leahdawn Helena, STOLEN SISTERS explores the life and legacy of the Beothuk people, an Indigenous people who are culturally extinct due to Colonial violence. This new one-woman play features the stories of three generations of Beothuk women and girls - each of whom exist and live …

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$30

Killick Making Workshop

Make a killick (traditional anchor) suitable for a lawn or garden ornament, 10 am to approximately 12:30 pm, Saturday, September 10/22 at Torbay History House & Museum, 2 Convent Lane, Torbay, NL. Cost: $10.00 Notes: Tools and materials provided. It may be a little messy, so don't wear your Sunday best! If the weather is …

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$10

Perchance Theatre: Sharon King Campbell’s The Mermaid, A Staged Reading

Perchance Theatre 169 Burnthead Loop, Cupids

This Saturday September 10th at 2pm, Sharon King Campbell will be closing out Perchance Theatre's Open Sky Series with a staged reading of The Mermaid! The Mermaid is an adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's The Lady from the Sea set in present-day rural Newfoundland. Ellida has moved from her resettled coastal community to a larger, riverside …

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$15

7th Annual St. John’s Short Play Festival

LSPU Hall

The St. John's Shorts are excited to return to the fully accessible LSPU Hall for our 7th Annual St. John's Short Play Festival! The festival will take place from September 8-18, 2022. There will be 26 fantastic shows at the festival. Tickets are on sale now at https://tickets.lspuhall.ca/. For more information about the festival, head …

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Happy City Annual General Meeting

30 Harvey Rd, St. John's, NL A1C 2G1 30 Harvey Rd, St John's

You're invited to Happy City St. John's 2022 Annual General Meeting! We are a non-profit organization that informs, encourages, and facilitates public dialogue around civic issues in the city of St. John’s. At our AGM we'll be reflecting on our work over the past year, discussing the future of our organization, and electing six new …

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Free

Folk Night at the Ship

The Ship Pub 265 Duckworth Street, St. John's

Presented by the Newfoundland & Labrador Folk Arts Society, Folk Night at the Ship is St. John’s longest continually running live music event (it started in 1974!) and regularly draws a sizeable crowd each Wednesday night; sometimes 100 souls and rarely less than 50. The music ranges from solo songwriters, traditional Newfoundland, blues, klezmer and …

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