Sundays in the Park

Performing Arts Series

2021 Schedule

Sherbrooke Village will be following all Covid 19 Provincial Restrictions.

Note: Live performances/Activities are subject to change.

 

Sundays in the Park performing arts Series – Sunday afternoons July 25 to September 5 at 2 pm. Admission by donation to local charities. Celebrating the new Sherbrooke Village park featuring a mix of music, dance and theatre. Final concert will be held on Saturday, September 11, 7 to 9 pm at Sherbrooke Village Performance Centre.

 

Sunday, July 25th

SUNDAYS IN THE PARK –Mighty Fine Fiddling with Klorissa & Myles Farnsworth. Top it off with the sweet flavor of homemade strawberry shortcake with tea or lemonade $5. Bring your own chair, 2pm. Admission by donation, proceeds to SHOPS. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-jjYArSWJmg

Sunday, August 1 - Indigenous drum and music with NEENIE & CAROLYN Landry. Bring your own chair, 2pm. Admission by donation, proceeds to St. Mary’s Palliative Care. https://www.pressreader.com/canada/truro-news/20180623/281552291585821

Sunday, August 8 - MacLeod School of Highland Dance group, cutest little dancers you will ever see! Bring your own chair, 2pm. Admission by donation, proceeds to St. Mary’s District Lions Club. https://www.macleodhighlanddance.ca/

Sunday, August 15 - Lion’s Den Theatre performance of their take on the timeless classic “Mother Goose”. Bring your own chair, 2pm. Admission by donation, proceeds to Old Fashioned Christmas Association. https://www.theatrens.ca/producers?c=lions-den-theatre

Sunday, August 22 - First Nations Fiddler and Mi’kmaq singer, MORGAN TONEY with ECMA Winner, KEITH MULLINS offer a Songwriting experience and concert and their Mi’kmaq Connections. Keith and Morgan's workshop consists of modernizing older traditional Mi’kmaq songs, involving singing the songs accompanied by guitar, drum and fiddle and playing songs that they have written together.  The songs they wrote are rooted in the Mi’kmaq tradition and use more well-known Mi’kmaq phrases and philosophies.  Talks include traditional Mi’kmaq instruments, like the introduction of the drum into traditional Mi’kmaq songs and the Jigamahan.  The concert is designed to introduce First Nations culture through music. Bring your own chair, 2pm. Admission by donation, proceeds to Sherbrooke and Area Fire Department. http://keithmullins.ca/

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/community/mi-kmaq-artist-morgan-toney-tackles-the-unknown-in-new-song-alasutamaqn-1.5952087

Sunday, August 29 - This weeks performance has been cancelled

Sunday, September 5 - Saltwater Joy are puttin' the fiddle, cor'deen and all 'ther strings to Atlantic Coast Music favorites and more. Bring your own chair, 2pm. Admission by donation, proceeds to Sherbrooke Show & Shine. https://www.facebook.com/Saltwater-Joy-850502298386010/

Saturday, September 11 - Our Annual Sherbrooke Show & Shine Car Show Concert, 7 pm at the Performance Centre. Featuring HAL BRUCE playing highlights of the last 60 years of popular classics, country favourites and originals. Free Admission to Show & Shine car show participants. Bring your own chair, 2pm. Admission by donation, proceeds to St. Mary’s Food Bank. http://www.halbruce.com/