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Arts and Entertainment - August 17, 2011

August 18 to 21 at 8:00 p.m. – Concerts at the Edwin Bélanger Kiosk on the Plains of Abraham. Bring your own chair or blanket. FREE. Schedule as follows:

- Thursday, August 18 - Adam Karch – A happy blend of acoustic folk and blues, Adam Karch’s performance will charm you as the tunes come alive on his guitar.

MatièreS à création exhibit turns forgotten scraps into colourful art

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Recovery is the theme of MatièreS à création, a new exhibition displayed as part of AutocART, a project that puts the work of burgeoning artists on a bus and drives to public squares and schools. The AutocART bus appeared at the Garden St. Roch on June 27 and will turn up again at 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Saturday, July 16 at Cartier Brébeuf.

Cathedral Summer Concerts Begin

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Last Thursday, the Parish of Quebec inaugurated a new summer concert series at the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. The series of concerts has been put together by Béatrice Cadrin, Cathedral Choir Director, and showcases talent from the Quebec City region. The concerts have been made possible with the financial assistance of Desjardins, Caisse populaire de Québec.

Arts and Entertainment for June 29, 2011

June 25 - August 7, (3:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. performances) – La mélodie du bonheur, (version française of The Sound of Music) presented by Juste pour rire sur scène, at the Salle Albert Rousseau, 2410 chemin Sainte-Foy. Over 35 actors, singers and dancers on stage. Tickets $88 to $103. Reservations (418) 659-6710.

Newly restored prison cells come alive at the Morrin Centre

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Photo: Marie White

The Quebec Common Gaol is the latest historic exhibition in Quebec City. This exhibition depicts the life and times of the people who were imprisoned there, including men, women and children, between 1813 and 1868.

An untraditional twist on tradition: A Quebec Chronicle-Telegraph Poll

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Mayor Regis Labeaume has announced that all city police officers will be on duty for the Saint-Jean-Baptiste festivities this year, with a specific task of stopping anyone from drinking alcohol outside of designated areas. This year will mark the first time that all alcoholic drinks must be purchased from licensed vendors.

17th Annual Fireworks show at Montmorency Falls

The General Director of Les Grands Feux Loto-Québec Jacques Dupuis recently announced the program of this year’s international fireworks show which takes place in the beautiful setting of Montmorency Falls Park with the falls themselves as a perfect natural backdrop.

Cultural Interlude Brings Together Music, Art, Tea, and the Community

 

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Volunteers at the Cultural Interlude, a High-Tea fundraiser that took place on Sunday

 

Arts and Entertainment - June 1, 2011June 1 2011 Edition

Saturday, June 4, 8:00 p.m. – The twenty choristers of L’Ensemble de Musique Sacrée de Québec, directed by Richard Duguay, invite the public to a breathtaking and touching musical experience – ILLUMINATION. An a capella choral presentation giving life to great composers of different epoques in an electrifying repertoire.

Newsy Notes for May 25, 2011

The Trinity Anglican Church Women wish to thank everyone who came out and supported our Coffee Party which took place in Colley Hall on the morning of May 7th. It was a success both financially and socially. Thank you one and all! - Marion Blinco

Shannon Historical Society remembers Michael Neville: