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Art show: Capturing Nova Scotia @ Town Hall Arts & Cultural Centre
Dec 2 2023 @ 11:00 am – Jan 13 2024 @ 4:00 pm


This beautiful joint art show with local photographers Marion Power and Linda Hall will be hanging on our gallery walls for the month of December and into January 2024.

Opening on Saturday December 2nd, and closing on Saturday January 13th, the show will be open Tuesday to Saturday from 11am to 4pm. Also during live shows and events. We will close for the holidays between December 24th and January 1st inclusive.

Join us for an opening reception on Saturday December 2nd from 6-8pm.

Marion Power has been photographing coastal areas around Nova Scotia’s South Shore for close to 25 years.

Her photography aims to highlight the dramatic beauty and power of natural land and seascapes. Her work often includes dramatic light conditions that convey the emotional impact of a scene.

Born and raised in Halifax, she has lived in Bridgewater for more than 45 years. Get in touch:

Linda Hall will be showing her exhibit Barns of Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia has a rich history of farming and throughout the province there are numerous old farmsteads and old barns.  These old buildings have rich character, with interesting lines, textures, and colors.  Some are well maintained, and sadly some have been abandoned – either way, it is truly amazing how the carpentry of years ago has stood the test of time.

Linda enjoys exploring all types of photography, but landscapes, nature and rural settings represent much of her work and are closest to her heart. She is passionate about being outdoors and exploring our beautiful province.  Whether Linda is in the backcountry hiking or camping or whether she is out exploring backroads and coastal roads by car, she most often explores with a camera in hand, never wanting to miss that perfect moment in time.

Felted Christmas Tree Workshop @ Town Hall Arts & Cultural Centre
Dec 2 @ 1:00 pm
Danish Heart Woven Felt Basket Workshop @ Town Hall Arts & Cultural Centre
Dec 7 @ 6:30 pm

Danish Heart Baskets. A long time tradition in Danish households. These colourful, fun baskets are hung on the Yule tree and filled with goodies like chocolates, marzipan or nuts. Learn how to make a heart basket to take home and add to your tree splendour this year. We will be crafting these from felt so that they will last for many years.