Against All Odds: Lynda Diamond and Students Painting Exhibition

Through July 30
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A varied show featuring the works of Lynda Diamond and her students, attending this show means seeing a variety of styles with everything from landscapes to figurative paintings.
The grand opening is July 8 from 6-8pm, but works can be viewed anytime in July.

Public Archives of Nova Scotia(map)
6016 University Avenue
South End
phone 902-424-6075
<i> Against All Odds</i>: Lynda Diamond and Students Painting Exhibition

As You Like It

Through Sept. 1

Shakespeare by the Sea takes on the 317-year-old classic, telling the upside-down story of Rosalind, Frederick and Orlando, love, exile and honesty. The show schedule alternates over the summer with SBTS’s Pinocchio and King Lear, and Mondays are dark, so checkthe website before you go. $25

http://shakespearebythesea.ca/asyoulikeit.html

Balance Point: 20 Years of Artistic Process

Through Aug. 28

Malone Bay’s Kate Church is a self-described “maker,” crafting life drawings, paintings and sculptures. This retrospective collection delves into Church’s figurative puppets, quirky creatures that tell a soulful story. free

Mary E. Black Gallery (map)
1061 Marginal Road
Waterfront
phone 902-492-2522
Balance Point: 20 Years of Artistic Process

Canada’s Titanic–The Empress of Ireland

Through Nov. 13

Pier 21’s dramatic temporary exhibit plunges visitors into the history of one of the most devastating maritime disasters in Canadian history.

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 (map)
1055 Marginal Road
Waterfront
phone 902-425-1365, 902-492-0768
Canada’s Titanic–The Empress of Ireland

The Carriage Room Photography Studio

Through Aug. 4

Calling all shutterbugs! Learn how the art of photography has evolved through the years and peer into the past through the lenses of select antique cameras.

Dartmouth Heritage Museum (map)
26 Newcastle Drive
Dartmouth
phone 902-464-2300
The Carriage Room Photography Studio

Chester Playhouse Summer Festival

Through Aug. 22

Is there anything nicer on a summer evening than heading out of town for supper and a show in a quaint little seaside town? In July, head into Chester for campy fun with Ruthless!, a musical about would-be child star and her (stage) mother who’ll go to any lengths to climb the ladder of success. In August, Rhys Bevan-John stars as a very unreliable narrator in the one-man show Here Lies Henry. Also check outBack Home Again, a John Denver tribute, as well as Bohemians in Brooklyn, a cabaret narrated by CBC’s Tom Allen. —Kate Watson $15-29

http://chesterplayhouse.ns.ca

Chester Playhouse (map)
22 Pleasant Street
Out of Town

Circus of Steam

Through July 31

For those looking for educational family fun, Discovery Centre offers their Circus of Steam, a Big Top celebration of all things Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math.
It’s the perfect way to introduce your youngster to the world of engineering.

Discovery Centre(map)
1593 Barrington Street
Barrington
phone 902-492-4422
Circus of Steam

Collected Works By Active Artists

Ongoing

With new works by Matthew Collins, Shelley Mitchell, Lorena Ziraldo and more, now’s the time to catch some of the summer-themed works on display at Teichert Gallery.

Teichert Gallery(map)
1723 Hollis Street
Downtown
phone 902-424-3087
Collected Works By Active Artists

Comedy BarnBurner hosted by Kyle Barnet

Wednesdays, 7 p.m.

Kyle Barnet hosts this weekly comedy showcase featuring local comics and touring pros from across the country.

Red Stag Tavern(map)
Brewery Market, 1496 Lower Water Street
Waterfront
phone 902-422-0275
info@redstag.ca
Comedy BarnBurner hosted by Kyle Barnet

Community Picnic

Wed., July 27, 11 a.m.-12 p.m.
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Bring your bagged lunch to Gorsebrook Park (at the corner of Inglis and Robie streets) and celebrate the park’s recent tree-planting project!
There will be speeches, outdoor games, and a tree-planting how-to. free

Community Picnic

Dab That Tune

Wednesdays, 8:30-10:30 p.m.

This isn’t your nana’s bingo night–Dab That Tune is a marriage of music trivia and bingo. free

Monte’s Showbar Grill (map)
245 Waverley Road
Dartmouth
phone 902-435-1770
events@montes.ca

Department of Prints and Drawings Collection

Through Aug. 19

This collection of works—from multi-media wall hangings to wood turnings—is meant to be a reflection about defining art by the medium it’s made in.
As the exhibit curators say, many large public collections are grouped by how the art is made rather than what it is about.
This showing, which feature prints and drawings done in atypical ways, aims to change that.

Don Russell: A Metaphor for the Subconscious

Through Sept. 3, 12-4 p.m.

Newfoundland’s Don Russell shares a mini exhibition of his black and white drawings and prints, tackling themes about the mind and subconscious. On July 9 from 12-4 pm you can chat with the artist at the collection’s launch, inspired by his rich Acadian and Mi’kmaq heritage. Works are on display until Sept 3.

Studio 21 (map)
1273 Hollis Street
Downtown
phone 902-420-1852
Don Russell: A Metaphor for the Subconscious

Double Take

Through Aug. 21

Double Take is a collection of paintings and assemblage by Gerald Ferguson and sculptural objects by Marc Courtemanche and Kelly Mark. The works are modified found objects designed to give the viewer pause on a double or triple-take.

Down Town Trivia w/Caesar

Wednesdays, 7 p.m.

Freeman’s Little New York, downtown (map)
1726 Grafton Street
Downtown
phone 902-444-7008
feedback@freemanspizza.ca

Edgemere & Rosenberg

Through Aug. 26

A blend of paintings and photography, this exhibit tells the story of American-born artist Henry M. Rosenberg. Learn about his marriage to Emily Scarfe, daughter of the influential Frederick Scarfe, mayor of Dartmouth, and the building of the Edgemere home. $5

Dartmouth Heritage Museum (map)
26 Newcastle Drive
Dartmouth
phone 902-464-2300
Edgemere & Rosenberg

Form Filling Aid

Wednesdays, 9-11 a.m. & 1-3 p.m.

ReachAbility in partnership with the YMCA and Pro Bono Students Dalhousie host a drop-in centre to assist individuals with filling out forms (such as Criminal Record Pardons, lease agreements, applications etc).

YMCA Gottingen(map)
2269 Gottingen Street
North End
phone 902-422-9622

Gerald Ferguson: Collected Works

Through Aug. 1

A collection of mixed media stencil paintings by the late artist, this show features strong lines and an undone feel, plus a variety of themes.

Zwicker’s Gallery (map)
5415 Doyle Street
Spring Garden
phone 902-423-7662
Gerald Ferguson: Collected Works

Ghost Walk of Historic Halifax

Wednesdays, Fridays, Sundays, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
phone 494-0525
tattletours@gmail.com
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(This tour operates May through October.) Meet Andy Smith at the town clock and have a look at the spookier side of city. Hear about Halifax’s darkest tales, eerie mysteries and town gossip. $15

The Golden Age of Postcards & Beyond: A Look Back at the Original Text Message

Ongoing

The Dartmouth Heritage Museum is re-opening after a tough winter with a sweet exhibit celebrating postcards from around the world.

Dartmouth Heritage Museum (map)
26 Newcastle Drive
Dartmouth
phone 902-464-2300

Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet)

Through July 31

Shakespeare lovers, start the car! It’s time to head to Wolfville for Valley Summer Theatre’s production of Ann-Marie MacDonald’s hilarious tale of a jaded, time-travelling academic named Constance Leadbelly. As Leadbelly crosses paths with famous Shakespearean characters, self-discovery ensues. Called “clever and pointed” by the Globe and Mail, and “perfect for summer theatre” by The Coast’s own critic Kate Watson, this play is worth the hour-long drive out of town. $30

Buy Tickets
Al Whittle Theatre (map)
450 Main Street
Out of Town
phone 902-542-3344
manager@alwhittletheatre.ca
Goodnight Desdemona (Good Morning Juliet)

The Great Escape

Wednesdays, Thursdays, 7 p.m. and Fridays-Sundays, 7 & 9 p.m.
info@thegreatescape-HFX.com

An interactive real-time puzzle game that accommodates up to 10 players, The Great Escape is a mysterious social experience and puzzle set during the Halifax Explosion in 1917. You enter a room and the doors are “locked,” participants must work together to solve riddles and puzzles, and manipulate three dimensional objects in order to survive imminent doom. The story is based on the Halifax Explosion of 1917. The game takes a total of 1.5 hours, and is appropriate for ages 12-90. 5693 North Street, Halifax. Go online to thegreatescape-hfx.com to book your time slot. $20

http://www.thegreatescape-hfx.com/

The Great Escape

Green Drinks

Last Wednesday of every month, 7 p.m.

Interested in meeting a group of friendly people having lively conversations about all things green? Drop in to an informal, relaxed group meeting.

Henry House(map)
1222 Barrington Street
Barrington
phone 902-423-5660

HABITAT: illuminating our freshwater & coastal resources

Through Sept. 30

Nova Scotian artist Gilbert van Ryckevorsel has captured 31 underwater photographs shot in the freshwater rivers and lakes of the maritimes. The artist hopes to call attention to the importance and beauty of our waters through this thoughtful exhibits.

gallery@thelinc(map)
306 Lincoln Street
Out of TownHABITAT: illuminating our freshwater & coastal resources

Halifax International Busker Festival

Wed., July 27, 12-9 p.m., Thu., July 28, 12-9 p.m., Fri., July 29, 12-9 p.m., Sat., July 30, 12-9 p.m., Sun., July 31, 12-9 p.m. and Mon., Aug. 1, 12-6 p.m.
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It’s the Halifax International Busker Festival’s 30th anniversary! The Halifax summer staple is the biggest festival of its kind in Canada. Performers from across the country and around the world make the downtown their canvas at the five event stages. The cast of fire-eaters, sword jugglers, acrobats and many more of the weird and wonderful are sure to bring their A-game and expect your donations. If you’re looking for a reason to brave the waterfront in the summertime—this is it. —Mitchell Mullen

http://www.buskers.ca/index.php

Halifax Waterfront (map)
Halifax Waterfront
DowntownHalifax International Busker Festival

How We Are Talking 2015-16 Mentorship Program Exhibition

Through Aug. 7

Visual Arts Nova Scotia’s latest installation of the results of their mentorship program, How We Are Talking features works by emerging artists and their mentors.
A vivd collection of mixed-media works, this collection explores as array of themes.

Craig Gallery(map)
Alderney Landing, 2 Ochterloney Street
Dartmouth
phone 902-461-4698
<i>How We Are Talking</i> 2015-16 Mentorship Program Exhibition

I Believe I Can Fly by Sharon Cave

Through Aug. 3

Sharon Cave’s latest works are pieces featuring women and birds, presented with snippets of poetry by Terry Tempest Williams: “Once upon a time, when women were birds, there was the simple understanding that to sing at dawn and to sing at dusk was to feel the world through joy…”

Art 1274 Hollis(map)
1274 Hollis Street
Downtown
phone 902-446-4077
randesmith65@gmail.com
<i>I Believe I Can Fly</i> by Sharon Cave

Journey to Canada

Through Oct. 30

Marking the 125th anniversary of many Ukrainians’ immigration to Canada, this exhibit explores the events that made many leave the Austro-Hungarian Empire behind.
While most eventually settled in Canada’s western provinces, Halifax proved their port of entry, meaning our city was shaped by their presence.

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 (map)
1055 Marginal Road
Waterfront
phone 902-425-1365, 902-492-0768
<i>Journey to Canada</i>

Karaoke w/DJ Bear

Wednesdays, 10:30 p.m.-2 a.m.

Menz & Mollyz Bar (map)
2182 Gottingen Street
North End
phone 902-446-6969
Boss@MenzBar.ca

Karaoke Night

Wednesdays

Hosted by Dave Smith, this karaoke night is the perfect time to bust out your best Adele impression! From 8:30-12pm

Karaoke Night

Karaoke w/Mimi Cho

Wednesdays

The giant stage, the ever-growing list of tunes and the sweetheart host who will help you out on a song when you’re too tipsy—or nervous—to stay on key: That’s why this is the best karaoke night in the city.

Bearly’s House of Blues and Ribs (map)
1269 Barrington Street
Barrington
phone 902-423-2526
Karaoke w/Mimi Cho

Khyber Sound Club

Wednesdays, 6-8 p.m.
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A weekly community-led workshop for music lovers who want to play with other people. No experience necessary, just bring whatever you want to make sound with. $3

Khyber Centre for the Arts (map)
1880 Hollis Street
North End
phone 902-422-9668

Kid’s Coding Camp: Mobile Game Maker

Through July 29, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

This day camp teaches kids aged 10 to 14 all about the world of mobile games.
A combination of coding how-to and outdoor play creates a rich learning space for children.

Camp is held at NSCC Halifax, 5685 Leeds Street.
Register your child at the link below:$189

http://codingcamp.ca/halifax/

Kid's Coding Camp: Mobile Game Maker

Kid’s Coding Camps: Junior Robotics

Through July 29, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

introduce your child to the world of coding and robotics at this learning-filled day camp!
Located at NSCC Halifax, 5685 Leeds Street. Register your child at the link below:

http://codingcamp.ca/halifax/

Kid's Coding Camps: Junior Robotics

Kyle Jackson: To Those Still At Sea…

Through Oct. 31

Pier 21’s very first artist-in-residence Kyle Jackson will spend six months working with museum visitors on To Those Still At Sea…, a large sculptural painting of the Empress of Ireland.

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 (map)
1055 Marginal Road
Waterfront
phone 902-425-1365, 902-492-0768
Kyle Jackson: To Those Still At Sea...

Laughter Burner

Wednesdays, 8:30 p.m.

A pro-am, alt-comedy showcase featuring touring pros from across the country and hosted by Catherine Robertson.

Bearly’s House of Blues and Ribs (map)
1269 Barrington Street
Barrington
phone 902-423-2526

Let’s Try This Standing

July 27-Aug. 18

A 19 year old university student’s life is turned upside down after being hit by an SUV on Spring Garden Road. Her body becomes unrecognizable, relationships become messy, and daily struggles become harder, yet funnier.
Based on the true experiences of Gillian Clark, this play is part of Ship’s Company Theatre seasonal line up. Performed in Parrsboro, NS.

Let’s Try This Standing

Lip Sync Battle

Wednesdays, 8 p.m.

Red Stag Tavern(map)
Brewery Market, 1496 Lower Water Street
Waterfront
phone 902-422-0275
info@redstag.ca

Lunch n’ Learn with the Canadian Cancer Society

Wed., July 27, 12-1 p.m.

Bring a lunch and your questions about sun damage to this informative event! Learn about how to stay safe in the bright weather and step under the TanCam to see how much sun damage you may have.

Lunch n' Learn with the Canadian Cancer Society

Meditation

Wednesdays, 12:15-1:15 p.m., Mondays, 7:30-8:30 p.m. and Tuesdays, 7:30-9 p.m.

Instructions will be given at the beginning of every meditation session, feel free to stay for as long as you like.$5-$7 suggested donation

Creative Crossing (map)
2526 Agricola Street
North End

The Melville Boys at Victoria Playhouse

Through July 30
phone 18009252025

A classic Canadian comedy by Norm Forester, this play is presented at the Victoria Playhouse, in Victoria by the Sea, PEI. For details and tickets, call their 1 800 number.

<i>The Melville Boys</i> at Victoria Playhouse

Murder at the Dart

Through July 28

Painter and mixed-media artist Lee Cripps and ceramics artist Susan Paczek unveils their newest works at the Dart Gallery, all centred around a crow theme.
The misunderstood creatures (called a murder when they’re in a group) are actually said to be seen as multicoloured birds to other animals who have better vision than humans. See Cripps’ and Paczek’s colourful take on them until July 28.

The Dart Gallery(map)
127A Portland Street
Dartmouth
phone 902-404-7330
Murder at the Dart

Nova Scotia ADHD Action Group

Every third Wednesday, 6:30-8:30 p.m.
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Join other youths and adults living with ADHD for this free monthly meetup.free

http://meetup.com/Nova-Scotia-ADHD-Action-Group/

NSCC Akerley Campus (map)
21 Woodlawn Road, Dartmouth
Dartmouth

Open House

Wednesdays, 7 p.m.

Open house gathering with free introduction to meditation, social tea and discussion on Shambhala Buddhist philosophy and practice. Free

Shambhala Centre (map)
1084 Tower Road
South End
phone 902-479-1876

Open meditation sessions

Mondays-Fridays, 7, 9 a.m. & 5 p.m., Wednesdays, 7 p.m. and Sundays, 9 a.m.

Finding peace every week. free

Shambhala Centre (map)
1084 Tower Road
South End
phone 902-479-1876

Open Mic Night w/Jeff Bonang

Wednesdays, 7-10 p.m.

The Perfect Pour Pub & Grill (map)
19 Norm Newman Drive, Dartmouth
Dartmouth
phone 902-462-7827

Open Mic Nights

Wednesdays, 6-9 p.m.

Coburg Coffee House (map)
6085 Coburg Road
Spring Garden
phone 902-429-2326
coburgcoffeehouse@gmail.com

Open Mic w/Lindsay Misiner

Wednesdays, 7 p.m.
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Join siren Lindsay Misiner as she hosts The Nook’s open mic night.

The Nook (map)
2116 Gottingen Street
North End
phone 902-444-9889
Open Mic w/Lindsay Misiner

Paintings by Barbara McLean and sculpture by Carol Smeraldo

Through July 28

Take a trip to Truro and experience the works of two established Nova Scotian artists.
Barbara McLean is one of the province’s most noteworthy abstract painters, while Carol Smeraldo has made the transition from pottery to sculpture.free

Pinocchio

Through Sept. 4

Shakespeare by the Sea presents an original musical adaptation of the classic story of the fake boy who wants to be a real boy. Coast theatre critic Kate Watson loved it: here’s her review. The show schedule alternates over the summer with SBTS’s As You Like It andKing Lear, and Mondays are dark, so check the website before you go. $25

http://www.shakespearebythesea.ca/pinocchio.html

Portaging with Chocolate by Eileen Boyd

Through Aug. 21

A new collection of works by Eileen Boyd graces the walls of this Wolfville gallery.

Jack’s Gallery(map)
450 Main Street, Wolfville
Out of Townjacksgallerywolfville@gmail.com
Portaging with Chocolate by Eileen Boyd

Resurrection by Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 2

Through July 27, 8 p.m.

Wade in the rich, classical sounds of Halifax Music Co-op’s edition of this iconic symphony. $20 general admission and $15 for students, seniors and the under-employed. $20/$15

St. Patrick’s Church (map)
2267 Brunswick Street
North EndResurrection by Gustav Mahler: Symphony No. 2

Returned by Zeqirja Rexhepi

Through July 28

A colourful collection of paintings, these pieces focus on everyday life through repeated symbols and metaphors.

Corridor Gallery(map)
1113 Marginal Road
Waterfront
phone 902-423-4694

Roger Levatte

Wednesdays, 9 p.m.

free

Durty Nelly’s Authentic Irish Pub (map)
5221 Sackville Street (at Argyle)
Downtown
phone 902-406-7640
info@durtynellys.ca

Ruthless at Chester Playhouse

Through July 30

It’s the stage mother of all musicals! This all-female piece tells the story of a bland housewife named Judy Denmark, mother to an eight-year-old aspiring starlet. As her daughter becomes embroiled in a school play scandal, Denmark gets drawn in by the bright lights of stardom.

Chester Playhouse (map)
22 Pleasant Street
Out of Town<i>Ruthless<i/> at Chester Playhouse

Saint John Contemporary Dance Festival

Through July 27

Venture to the southern New Brunswick city of Saint John for their fourth annual Contemporary Dance Festival. Highlights include live performances, workshops, parties and more!

Buy Tickets
Saint John Contemporary Dance Festival

 

Menz & Mollyz Bar (map)
2182 Gottingen Street
North End
phone 902-446-6969
Boss@MenzBar.ca

A Second Look

Through July 30, 6-9 p.m.

A Second Look re-examines leftover fragments from recent art installations at the Khyber, re-imagining old scraps in a new light.
Featuring work by Erika Ellsworth, Anni Araujo Spadafora, Daltry Rose C.-L and more.

Khyber Centre for the Arts (map)
1880 Hollis Street
North End
phone 902-422-9668
A Second Look

South Shore Suite by Kip Harris

Through July 31

Photographer Kip Harris’ latest collection of photos examine nature’s hard edge. “When you live at the edge of a continent, the elemental force of weather, wind, and wave strips away your sentimentality for nature,” the artist says in a press release.

Jo Beale Gallery(map)
10327 Peggys Cove Road
Out of TownSouth Shore Suite by Kip Harris

Stayner’s Wharf Open Song Showcase

Wed., July 27, 8 p.m.

A mix of adult contemporary songs by various artists. free

Stayner’s Wharf Pub & Grill (map)
5075 George Street
Waterfront
phone 902-492-1800
todd.abbass@ns.aliantzinc.ca
Stayner’s Wharf Open Song Showcase

Summer Group Exhibition

Through Sept. 3

A rotating exhibition featuring works from many of the gallery’s artists in dozens of mediums, this exhibit offers something for every art lover.
highlights include a small selection of paintings by Belgian-born New Brunswick artist Francis Coutellier , who’s back on the art scene after a four-year hiatus with this show.
Other gallery artists with new works include Janice Leonard and Michael Harrington.

Studio 21 (map)
1273 Hollis Street
Downtown
phone 902-420-1852
Summer Group Exhibition

Jerry Ropson, Summer Visiting Artist Series

Through Aug. 6

Visiting artist and NSCAD alum Jerry Ropson’s exhibition will use both studio- and community-based practices, showing drawings and small-scale sculptures, while he also completes a site-specific wall drawing. Additionally, Ropson will host public storytelling events next door at the Art Bar as part of his residency, acting as both bartender and listener. —Laura Kenins

Anna Leonowens Gallery (map)
Granville Square, 1891 Granville Street
Downtown
phone 902-494-8223

Terroir

Through Jan. 1, 2017

“A Nova Scotia Survey” might suggest a lot of Maud Lewis and 18th-century engravings of Halifax Harbour, but Terroir skips the tourist fare and celebrates the artists who are living and working in our province today. Curated from an open submission process, the exhibition shows the work of 29 contemporary Nova Scotian artists working in all media, including works by Wayne Boucher, Melanie Colosimo, Ursula Johnson, Susan Tooke and others. Curator Sarah Fillmore calls it “the first of its kind in the province.” Taking up three floors of the gallery and including painting, sculpture, video, drawings and mixed media, this exhibition is one not to be missed on any local or tourist’s itinerary this summer. —Laura Kenins

Art Gallery of Nova Scotia (map)
1723 Hollis Street
Downtown
phone 902-424-5280
infodesk@gov.ns.ca

Toastmasters Club

Wednesdays, 7 p.m.
phone 902-865-2297
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Your palms are sweaty, knees weak, arms are heavy, there’s vomit on your sweater already–you need help from the Toastmasters, a club dedicated to helping awko tacos get over their fear of public speaking in a supportive and fun environment.

It goes down every Wednesday at 93 Chain Lake Drive. free

http://spirited.toastmastersclubs.org/

Trivia w/Dennis

Wednesdays, 7-9 p.m.

Freeman’s Fairview (map)
3671 Dutch Village Road
Bayers Lake/Fairview/Clayton Park
phone 902-445-5256, (Delivery Hotline 902-455-7000)

Trivia Night

Wednesdays, 7:30 p.m.

Halifax Comedy Fest comedian Andrew Evans serves as trivia night quiz-master with 60 questions, and an “adult” themed bonus round. Lots of prizes, lots of fun. free

Trivia Night

Wednesdays, 8 p.m.

Halifax Comedy Fest comedian Andrew Evans acts as quiz master at this new trivia night. free

The Fickle Frog Pub (map)
5675 Spring Garden Road
Spring Garden
phone 902-429-9999

Trivia Night

Wednesdays, 8:30 p.m.

Celtic Corner Public House(map)
69 Alderney Drive
Dartmouth
phone 902-464-0764

Trivia Night

Wednesdays, 8 p.m.

Staggers Pub & Grub (map)
26 Portland Street
Dartmouth
phone 902-406-3661

Trivia w/Jackie Smith

Wednesdays, 6-10 p.m.

free

Monte’s Showbar Grill (map)
245 Waverley Road
Dartmouth
phone 902-435-1770
events@montes.ca

 

Tyler Key

Through July 28, 6-9 p.m.

Enjoy the strumming guitar and vocals of Tyler Key at Le Bistro!

LeBistro by Liz(map)
1333 South Park Street
Spring Garden
phone 902-423-8428
Tyler Key

Wednesday Blues Night

Wednesdays. Continues through Dec. 28

The Loose Cannon (map)
1556 Argyle Street
Downtown
phone 902-407-8797

Willem Painter and friends

Every other Wednesday

Jam out to the jazzy sounds of Willem Paynter while enjoying a featured wine.free

Obladee, A Wine Bar (map)
1600 Barrington Street
Barrington
phone 902-405-4505
info@obladee.ca

Women and Wine by Sandra Englehutt

Ongoing

A reflective series of portraits capturing women nursing their favourite wines, these pieces are, as the artist puts it, “frozen in thought”.

Lion & Bright Cafe Wine Bar(map)
2534 Agricola Street
North End
phone 902-496-0022
Women and Wine by Sandra Englehutt