. Drop in to the Old Bank on Charlotte and Dorchester to vote for your favourite Christmas Tree. Trees have been decorated by our charity partners to represent their organizations, and we want the public to pick the best.
Dr. Brian Tennyson on “Cape Breton in the Great War” at the next meeting of the Old Sydney Society on 26 October 2017, 7:30 PM at the Old Bank Building, 175 Charlotte St., Sydney.
Brian will also launch his new book Nova Scotia at War 1914-1919 at the meeting.
After Utrecht —A History of the French in Atlantic Canada
a series of embroidered panels with text that explore the history of the French in Atlantic Canada
. At St. Patrick’s Church Museum. Admission is free, Open on cruise ship days.
What Remains Exhibit, curated through Cape Breton University, opening tomorrow July 14th, 2017 at 5 pm at the Old Sydney Society’s headquarters , located in 175 Charlotte St., Sydney ( former BMO building ) ! Come and join us !!
What Remains will explore, through art and science, the remains of organisms after death and the stories they tell. The exhibit will showcase specimens from the Cameron Zoological Museum of Cape Breton University. Public programming will be offered throughout the summer months.
June 29 2017
Songs and stories from the Danger Tree
the Award Winning Family Memoir
by esteemed Canadian Writer
David Macfarlane with original
music by Douglas Cameron
Sunday July 9 7:00 PM
St. Patricks Museum
87 Esplanade, Sydney
$10.00 for students at the door
Thursday evenings at 7pm,
departing from St Patrick’s on the Esplanade.
$13 ea., reservations required.
The Wizarding Fair will return to St Patrick’s
this year on Thurs Aug 3 and Fri Aug 4. 10am – 3pm.