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Steve Gow

Steve Gow

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Walking in the woods...without leaving the house

Walking in the woods...without leaving the house

With Hike Nova Scotia's ongoing selection of webinars, people can prepare and get training for outdoor excursions from the comfort of their own home
Community Haul celebrates first year supporting local business

Community Haul celebrates first year supporting local business

Founded by Symplicity Designs CEO Matt Symes in September 2020, Nova Scotia’s Community Haul has put $275,000 back into local economies
Prismatic Arts Fest returns with a wide variety of programs

Prismatic Arts Fest returns with a wide variety of programs

This year's Prismatic Arts Festival will feature such Indigenous acts as Twin Flames and Digging Roots as well as local talents like Rebecca Thomas, Illest Omen and more
The Hydrostone set to be beseiged by painters over the weekend

The Hydrostone set to be beseiged by painters over the weekend

Organized by 14 Bells Fine Art Gallery, the 5th annual plein air painting event will set artists out to the streets in order to Paint the Hydrostone
Free course teaches volunteers to build strong communities

Free course teaches volunteers to build strong communities

In its 16th year, the Step Up to Leadership program is a well-rounded, nine-week workshop intended to develop leadership skills for volunteers of any experience level
Cape Smokey hopes to revive outdoor resort with new gondola

Cape Smokey hopes to revive outdoor resort with new gondola

The Ingonish resort opened Atlantic Canada's first gondola on August 26 and has plans for a tree walk attraction and mountain biking trails to attract adventure seekers
Pedestrians urged to 'take back' Agricola Street on September 12

Pedestrians urged to 'take back' Agricola Street on September 12

Taking place between noon and 6 p.m., Agricola Open Street Sunday is a collaborative community event that allows residents, artisans and local businesses to come together
Lower Sackville author investigates a move into the mystery genre

Lower Sackville author investigates a move into the mystery genre

With 'Death on Darby's Island', Halifax scribe Alice Walsh moves from crafting award-winning children's literature to a tight-knit Maritime mystery
ViewPoint Gallery celebrating 20 years of fine art photography

ViewPoint Gallery celebrating 20 years of fine art photography

The photographic art cooperative marks the milestone following a move from downtown Halifax to Bedford just before the second wave of COVID-19 shut down the province
Ecology Action Centre celebrates 50 years with an artistic flair

Ecology Action Centre celebrates 50 years with an artistic flair

The Halifax non-profit marks half a century with an interactive, 'COVID-proof' exhibition/scavenger hunt entitled, '50 Things: An Art Adventure'
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