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NEWS & EVENTS

 

 

Current

Presentation

 

Saturday, Dec 2, 2023

1 pm - 2:30pm

Saint John Free Public Library - Market Square - Saint John

Free Admission

Past

Presentation

 

July 28, 2023

2 pm

Restigouche Regional Museum - 424 William Street, Dalhousie, New Brunswick.

Presentation

 

August 1, 2023

7 pm

Antigonish Heritage Museum - 20 East Main Street, Antigonish, Nova Scotia.

 

Presentation

 

November 8, 2022

6:30 pm

Maritime Museum of the Atlantic - Small Craft Gallery - 1675 Lower Water Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia

The Great Saint John Fire of 1877 was arguably the worst 19th century urban fire in North America. The presentation uses many images created in the 1800s to bring this lost story alive and capture why the Great Fire was such an important and terrifying event in the history of the Maritimes.

Presentation

 

November 12, 2022

1 - 3pm

Saint John Free Public Library - 1st Floor - 1 Market Square, Saint John, NB

What would you have done if you had been caught up in the Great Fire? Where would you have gone? What choices would you have made? What would have been your fate? This presentation will provide the answers to these questions as we explore how one could have survived the Great Saint John Fire of 1877.

The Great Saint John Fire of 1877
Book Release - October 18, 2022

 

The Great Saint John Fire of 1877 is available at Chapters Indigo and Formac Lorimer Books.

2016 Edmonton International Fringe Festival: August 11-21, 2016

 

Jesus Master Builder - A Divine Comedy has been selected for the 2016 Edmonton International Fringe Festival.
 

Nuit Blanche (Edmonton):
Sept 26, 2015

 

Nuit Blanche is an all-night contemporary art festival that will take place in Edmonton’s downtown core. Featuring more than 30 artworks ranging from the beautiful and poetic to the fun and interactive. Our silent film, The Great LRT Caper, will be screened at the Festival.

 

Gotta Minute Film Festival:
Sept 14-20, 2015

 

COMING this fall to an LRT screen near you, the Gotta Minute Film Festival, co-presented by Pattison Onestop and the Film and Visual Arts Society of Alberta. On the LRT, at the Library, at Nuit Blanche & Online. Our silent film, The Great LRT Caper, will be featured in the Festival.

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