St. Peter’s and Area Events Calendar

 including Cape Breton’s South Coast / Richmond County

Updated August 1, 2021

Be sure to check out our Attractions and Local Directory above for more attractions and experiences.

This list of events is provided by Ann Marie Yorke of the St. Peter’s, Richmond County – Visitor Information Centre. Any omissions or errors are apologized for in advance.  Ann Marie strives to keep this list current throughout the year whether the VIC is open or not! The list is updated frequently however check with the event organizer for the latest information if you have a concern. Please submit additional entries or corrections to annmarieyorke@hotmail.com.

b s Peter’s is a natural hub from which to seek out Richmond County, Cape Breton’s South Coast and all Cape Breton activities, attractions and experiences whether on land or sea/inland sea. We are within walking distance, a short drive or a day trip away from many unique Cape Breton attractions and firmly anchored among many traditions and cultures.

We do update our listing frequently however due to COVID-19 rapidly changing regulations and guidance it is recommended you consider contacting a venue for update information.

During the summer tourism season there will be re-occurring sailing tours, surfing lessons, golfing and music concerts and community dinners, all happening in Richmond County. Make sure to stop and visit and stay a while. 

Here is an event that you will definitely want to take part in this summer. St. Peters Canal National Historic Site. They are bringing back their Perfect Picnic program!

Watch the sailboats float down the canal on your next picnicking trip to St. Peters Canal National Historic Site. Pick up your picnic treats at one of the local participating restaurants or pack your own to enjoy beside the canal. Partners include the The Farmer’s Pantry, Louie’s Cosy Corner Restaurant and the Bras d’Or Lakes Inn. What a nice way to spend time with family or friends. 

Festivals cancelled for 2021

Sea Side Lobster Festival in St. Peter’s
Festival on the Lake in Sampsonville
St. Georges Strawberry Festival in St. Georges Channel
Codstock in Arichat
L’Ardoise Acadian Day Festival in L’Ardoise
Swim the Canal in St. Peter’s
Baraco Days in Louisdale
Johnstown Milling Frolic in Johnstown

Festivals scheduled to take place this summer. Festival Events Schedules TBA

St. Anne’s Mission in Chapel Island July 29 to August 2
Wallace MacAskill Warm up Race August 6
Wallace MacAskill Cup Race – August 7
Festival Acadien de Petit de Grat in Petit de Grat – August 12 to August 15.
Grand River Daze in Grand River – August 14
Annual River Bourgeois Community Festival – August 21 – August 29.

Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in July and August.  

Repeating event for the summer at LeNoir Landing Museum
2:00 – 4:00 pm: – Blacksmithing Demonstrations FREE

Explore the Bras d’Or

Check out these numerous events occurring around and on the Bras d’Or Lake July 24 – August 8, 2021   https://explorethebrasdor.com/

Sunday, August 1

7am – 11am: – Breakfast at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 150 in Arichat. Eat in or Take out. Covid Rules in place. Price: $10.00.

12pm – 1am: – The Seafood Chowder , Mussels and Hamburgers and Hotdogs sound great, starting at 12pm and going until they are all sold out, make sure to get there early so not to be disappointed. What a great way to spend a Sunday afternoon, listening to live entertainment by Yvette Boudreau from 4 to 8pm and then join in the fun when you bring your own instruments and sing along at the open Mic from 8 to midnight. The Beer Garden will run from 1pm to midnight. Sounds like a rocking good time. Hope to see you at the Lennox Passage Yacht Club Harbourfest.

Hot Turkey Dinner which includes full Turkey dinner and strawberry shortcake for dessert served with tea or coffee. Take out or eat in at the L’Ardoise Community Centre in L’Ardoise. Advance Tickets only. Tickets are $15.00 each. For tickets call 902-587-2675. The tickets that were being sold on the Lobster will be drawn at the dinner.

Chapel Island Mission – St. Anne’s Mission will be held at Chapel Island.
Day 4 – August 1st – The Feast Day of St. Ann.
10am – Baptism
2pm – Mass followed by the Procession of St. Ann’s Statue, Veneration of St. Ann’s Relic.
Greetings from Grand Chief Norman Sylliboy, Bishop Kirkpatrick, visiting priests and Deacon Tom Sylliboy, Mission Priest Rev. MacGillivray and Grand Keptin Antle Denny.
6pm – Grand Council Meeting.

Monday, August 2

Chapel Island Mission – St. Ann’s Mission
Day 5 –
10am – Closing Mass followed by Burial for the late Mary Ann Marshall.
The Way of the Cross and then prayers for the living and the dead.
Confessions: Friday (4:30pm – 6:30pm) Saturday (12 noon – 2pm).

Tuesday, August 3

1:30pm: – Kitting Knots will take place at LeNoir Forge Museum in Arichat. Join the knitting group, beginners welcome.

2pm – 3pm: – Solve the Mystery Day at LeNoir Forge Museum in Arichat. Local Residents drop in and look through our albums, help us identify photos of people and places of Isle Madame.

The Annual Village Scavenger Hunt will be held on Tuesday August 3. Registration will be at the Village Office at 60 Denys Street between 1:30 pm and 2:00 pm. Door Prizes will be awarded to participants.  The Scavenger Hunt will start and end at the Village Office and is open to all ages. It can be a team event or and individual event. This is a walking event, vehicles are not permitted to be used during the Scavenger Hunt. Please reach out to the Village Office if you have any questions at 902 535 2155.

2pm – 4pm: – As part of the Summer Learning Series at the Isle Madame Historical Society / LeNoir forge Museum, come out on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in July and August. Blacksmithing Demonstrations FREE.

2pm – 4pm: –  A One Hour Walk-in Blacksmithing Experience. This is a first come first served activity. COVID-19 protocols and restrictions will be observed. Participants must wear long pants and closed toed shoes. Space is limited to 2 participants per day unless it is a family group. Fee: $35.00 (Adult) $15.00 (Youth 8 -14 years).

Wednesday, August 4

6pm– 10pm: – Wing Night at the Dundee Resort in Dundee. Entertainer for the evening will be Chris Campbell.

 

9:30 am – 11:30 am: – Beach Exploration at Lennox Passage Provincial Park, Lennox Passage. Fee: $10.00. Wednesday, August 4 (rain date – Thursday, August 5)

2pm: on ‎‎Wednesdays, from July 7 to August 25‎‎ ‎‎- Isle Madame Historical Society/LeNoir Forge Museum. As part of the Summer Learning Series at the Isle Madame Historical Society / LeNoir forge Museum. Join us for tea or coffee, treats and conversation. $5.00 per person. ‎

6pm – 7:30pm: – Concerts by the Sea which is a free outdoor concert will take place at the Louisdale Lions Field in Louisdale. These concerts showcase the incredible talents that our region has to offer. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and come join us!

Thursday, August 5

2pm – 4pm: – As part of the Summer Learning Series at the Isle Madame Historical Society / LeNoir forge Museum, come out on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in July and August. Blacksmithing Demonstrations FREE. A One Hour Walk-in Blacksmithing Experience. This is a first come first served activity. COVID-19 protocols and restrictions will be observed. Participants must wear long pants and closed toed shoes. Space is limited to 2 participants per day unless it is a family group. Fee: $35.00 (Adult) $15.00 (Youth 8 -14 years).

1:30pm – 3pm: – KIDS DAY ALL AROUND THE WORLD THEME Kids aged 6 to 9 years old.  Explore countries of the world with fun & games! Treats and prizes for all participants 708 Veteran’s Memorial Drive, Arichat, NS LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE; PRE-REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED 3$ A CHILD OR 5$ PER FAMILY to register or for more information, please email growislemadame@outlook.com

6pm – 7:30pm: – Concerts by the Sea which is a free outdoor concert will take place at Le Noir Landing. These concerts showcase the incredible talents that our region has to offer. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and come join us!

Friday, August 6

8pm – 11: 55pm – Pub Night at the Dundee Resort in Dundee. Entertainer for the evening will be Brett Pierce.

Wallace MacAskill Warm up Race out of the St. Peter’s Marina

Saturday, August 7  

8pm – 11: 55pm – Pub Night at the Dundee Resort in Dundee. Entertainer for the evening will be Jon Hines.

Wallace MacAskill Cup Race Starts in St. Peter’s/

Sunday, August 8  

12pm – 2:30pm: –  and 2:30pm – 5pm: – Scheduled Blacksmithing Class will be held at LeNoir Forge Museum in Arichat. Participants will produce a handmade metal project, learning introductory blacksmithing techniques. Cost $70.00 for Adults and $30.00 for youth 8 years to 14 years. Preregistration is required. Space is limited to 2 participants per day unless it is a family group. Covid protocols and restrictions will be observed. Participants must wear long pants and closed toed shoes. To book your spot: Email islemadamehistoricalsociety@gmail.com or phone 902-226-9364.

Tuesday, August 10  

2pm – 4pm: – As part of the Summer Learning Series at the Isle Madame Historical Society / LeNoir forge Museum, come out on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in July and August. Blacksmithing Demonstrations FREE. A One Hour Walk-in Blacksmithing Experience. This is a first come first served activity. COVID-19 protocols and restrictions will be observed. Participants must wear long pants and closed toed shoes. Space is limited to 2 participants per day unless it is a family group. Fee: $35.00 (Adult) $15.00 (Youth 8 -14 years).

1:30pm: – Kitting Knots will take place at LeNoir Forge Museum in Arichat. Join the knitting group, beginners welcome.

 Wednesday, August 11 

6pm – 10pm – Wing Night at the Dundee Resort in Dundee. Entertainer for the evening will be Andre Pettipas.

6pm – 7:30pm: – Concerts by the Sea which is a free outdoor concert will take place at the St. Peter’s Marina in St. Peter’s. These concerts showcase the incredible talents that our region has to offer. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and come join us!

2pm: Tea in The Museum at LeNoir Forge Museum in Arichat. Join us for tea or coffee, treats and conversation. $5.00 per person.

Thursday, August 12  

The FESTIVAL ACADIEN in Petit de Grat: August 12 to August 15

19:00 – La Picasse presents: Dinner show with Claude Cormier on stage $25 per person.

Advance reservations only, call 902-226-0149.

2pm – 4pm: – As part of the Summer Learning Series at the Isle Madame Historical Society / LeNoir forge Museum, come out on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in July and August. Blacksmithing Demonstrations FREE. A One Hour Walk-in Blacksmithing Experience. This is a first come first served activity. COVID-19 protocols and restrictions will be observed. Participants must wear long pants and closed toed shoes. Space is limited to 2 participants per day unless it is a family group. Fee: $35.00 (Adult) $15.00 (Youth 8 -14 years).

Friday, August 13  

1 p.m. – Let’s celebrate Mr. and Mrs. Acadie. more Évangeline and Gabriel I n the Foyer/ Centre Sainte Anne, Arichat

Saturday, August 14 

10am to 1pm: – Public Market at LeNoir Landing in Arichat.

5pm – Take Out Dinner of Ham Cold Plate at the Johnstown Parish Hall in Johnstown. Price is $12.00. Advance tickets only, must order by August 12.  Call Louise at 902-535-3107.

Grand River Daze – Duckless Duck Race, at the Frank MacDonald Rd, Grand River. Tickets for the Duck Race can be purchased from any of the local members of the Grand River Fire Department.

11am – 1.30pm: – Cold plate to go out (Take-out) at the Great Hall of La Picasse in Petit de Grat.

Price: $10 per plate. Book your plates: 902-631-0370 or 902-227-7800.

Sunday, August 15  

11am – Mass of the Acadians Cemetery the Star of the Sea.

11:30am – 12:30 p.m. Acadian Lunch. Fish cake and beans, Great Hall of La Picasse. Price: $8 Book your seats: 902-226-0149

1pm – Mini-show series #5 in full area. The Picasse. free.

9:30 pm – Fireworks between cemetery and baseball field.

Tuesday, August 17  

2pm – 4pm: – As part of the Summer Learning Series at the Isle Madame Historical Society / LeNoir forge Museum, come out on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in July and August. Blacksmithing Demonstrations FREE.

2pm – 4pm: – A One Hour Walk-in Blacksmithing Experience. This is a first come first served activity. COVID-19 protocols and restrictions will be observed. Participants must wear long pants and closed toed shoes. Space is limited to 2 participants per day unless it is a family group. Fee: $35.00 (Adult) $15.00 (Youth 8 -14 years).

1:30pm: – Kitting Knots will take place at LeNoir Forge Museum in Arichat. Join the knitting group, beginners welcome.

Wednesday, August 18  

6pm – 10pm – Wing Night at the Dundee Resort in Dundee. Entertainer for the evening will be Liam Brophy.

6pm – 7:30pm: – Concerts by the Sea which is a free outdoor concert will take place at the Louisdale Lions Field in Louisdale. These concerts showcase the incredible talents that our region has to offer. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and come join us!

2pm: Tea in The Museum at LeNoir Forge Museum in Arichat. Join us for tea or coffee, treats and conversation. $5.00 per person.

Thursday, August 19

‎9:30am – 11:30am:‎‎ Outdoor ‎‎Crafting at Lennox Passage Provincial Park, Lennox Passage – Kids Day Activities (Ages: 5-10). Kids learn and explore nature in a fun, educational way. We let hands on experiences instill values of respect for the environment and each other, as kids play with bugs, be creative, connect with nature, get messy and have fun doing all the things they love to do! Activities and programs are designed around 3 themes: Outdoor Crafting, Beach Exploration, and Connecting with Nature. Limit of 10 participants per activity. All activities will follow the restrictions and guidelines set by the Nova Scotia Government. Fee $10.00. ‎ (rain date – Friday, August 20).  

2pm – 4pm: – As part of the Summer Learning Series at the Isle Madame Historical Society / LeNoir forge Museum, come out on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in July and August. Blacksmithing Demonstrations FREE. A One Hour Walk-in Blacksmithing Experience. This is a first come first served activity. COVID-19 protocols and restrictions will be observed. Participants must wear long pants and closed toed shoes. Space is limited to 2 participants per day unless it is a family group. Fee: $35.00 (Adult) $15.00 (Youth 8 -14 years).

2pm: Tea in The Museum at LeNoir Forge Museum in Arichat. Join us for tea or coffee, treats and conversation. $5.00 per person. (rain date- Friday, August 20)

9:30am – 11:30am: – Outdoor Crafting at the Lennox Passage Provincial Park, in Lennox Passage.  Fee: $10.00.

Kids Day Activities (Ages: 5-10) Kids learn and explore nature in a fun, educational way. We let hands on experiences instill values of respect for the environment and each other, as kids play with bugs, be creative, connect with nature, get messy and have fun doing all the things they love to do! Activities and programs are designed around 3 themes: Outdoor Crafting, Beach Exploration, and Connecting with Nature. Limit of 10 participants per activity. *** All activities will follow the restrictions and guidelines set by the Nova Scotia Government.

Friday, August 20  

7pm: – Friday Night Jam at the MacBouch Restaurant & Lounge in St. Peter’s.

7:30pm: – Port Cities takes the stage at the Port Hawkesbury Civic Centre in Port Hawkesbury. This is a free event.

Saturday, August 21  

8pm – 11: 55pm – Pub Night at the Dundee Resort in Dundee. Entertainer for the evening will be Brett Collins.

2pm – 8pm: – The Second Annual Crankinfest, hosted by Ross Rankin. Live Event tickets are $20.00 and can be purchased at B&E General Store in St. Peter’s, only 250 tickets printed. Entertainment by Leona Burkey, Robert Bouchard, David Stone, Eastbound, Backaround, Edward Madden, Jay Smith and the boogie Corner Band. The event takes place overlooking St. Peter’s Bay.

7pm: – Port Cities comes to the stage of the Bras d’Or Lakes Inn. This is a Free event.

The Annual River Bourgeois Community Festival in River Bourgeois-Schedule TBA

Sunday, August 22  

10am – 12pm –Bake Sale at the Johnstown Parish Hall in Johnstown. For more information, call Louise at 902-535-3107.

The Annual River Bourgeois Community Festival in River Bourgeois-Schedule TBA

2:00pm – 4:00 pm: – As part of the Summer Learning Series at the Isle Madame Historical Society / LeNoir forge Museum. Take in Our Lady of Assumption Cemetery Tour. Presented by Odilon Boudreau. This tour will start from the parking lot of the church. Admission by donation.

Monday, August 23  

8pm – 11: 55pm – Pub Night at the Dundee Resort in Dundee. Entertainer for the evening will be Ross Rainkin.

The Annual River Bourgeois Community Festival in River Bourgeois-Schedule TBA

Tuesday, August 24  

The Annual River Bourgeois Community Festival in River Bourgeois-Schedule TBA

‎1:30pm: – Knitting Knots at Le Noir Landing in Arichat. Join the knitting group Tuesdays from July 6 to September 7. Beginners welcome! To register or for updated information please call 902-226-9364 or email ‎‎islemadamehistoricalsociety@gmail.com‎‎. Programs are subject to change. Please visit the Richmond County Recreation Facebook page or call 902-226-0663 for up to date information. ‎

2pm – 4pm: – As part of the Summer Learning Series at the Isle Madame Historical Society / LeNoir forge Museum, come out on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in July and August. Blacksmithing Demonstrations FREE.

2pm – 4pm: – A One Hour Walk-in Blacksmithing Experience. This is a first come first served activity. COVID-19 protocols and restrictions will be observed. Participants must wear long pants and closed toed shoes. Space is limited to 2 participants per day unless it is a family group. Fee: $35.00 (Adult) $15.00 (Youth 8 -14 years).

Wednesday, August 25  

6pm – 10pm – Wing Night at the Dundee Resort in Dundee. Entertainer for the evening will be Eastbound.

The Annual River Bourgeois Community Festival in River Bourgeois-Schedule TBA

‎2pm: on ‎‎Wednesdays, from July 7 to August 25‎‎ ‎‎- Isle Madame Historical Society/LeNoir Forge Museum. As part of the Summer Learning Series at the Isle Madame Historical Society / LeNoir forge Museum. Join us for tea or coffee, treats and conversation. $5.00 per person. ‎

Thursday, August 26  

The Annual River Bourgeois Community Festival in River Bourgeois-Schedule TBA

2pm – 4pm: – As part of the Summer Learning Series at the Isle Madame Historical Society / LeNoir forge Museum, come out on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in July and August. Blacksmithing Demonstrations FREE. A One Hour Walk-in Blacksmithing Experience. This is a first come first served activity. COVID-19 protocols and restrictions will be observed. Participants must wear long pants and closed toed shoes. Space is limited to 2 participants per day unless it is a family group. Fee: $35.00 (Adult) $15.00 (Youth 8 -14 years).

Friday, August 27  

8pm – 11: 55pm – Pub Night at the Dundee Resort in Dundee. Entertainer for the evening will be Brett Pierce.

7pm – 10pm: – Kitchenfest’s Pub Night at the MacBouch Restaurant & Lounge in St. Peter’s. PRICE: $10 | 19+ | Pay at the door. MacBouch Beverage Room, found right in the heart of St. Peter’s is a spot known for hosting some of the finest musical acts. At a pub night, you can expect lively tunes, sweet sing-alongs, a relaxed and cozy atmosphere, and lots of good cheer. All provincial health protocols will be in place. Performers for Pub Night are All Fired Up and Roger Stone.

The Annual River Bourgeois Community Festival in River Bourgeois-Schedule TBA

Saturday, August 28 

10am – 1pm: – Public Market at LeNoir Landing in Arichat.

7pm – 10pm: – Kitchenfest’s Pub Night at the MacBouch Restaurant & Lounge in St. Peter’s. PRICE: $10 | 19+ | Pay at the door.

MacBouch Beverage Room, found right in the heart of St. Peter’s is a spot known for hosting some of the finest musical acts. At a pub night, you can expect lively tunes, sweet sing-alongs, a relaxed and cozy atmosphere, and lots of good cheer. All provincial health protocols will be in place. Performers for Pub Night are Donna Marie DeWolfe, Shelly Campbell, Beverly MacLean and Allie Bennett.

The Annual River Bourgeois Community Festival in River Bourgeois-Schedule TBA

provincial health protocols will be in place. Performers for Pub Night are Donnie Campbell and Jinks O’Neill, Doug Lamey and Adam Young.

Sunday, August 29

7pm – 10pm: – Kitchenfest’s Pub Night at the MacBouch Restaurant & Lounge in St. Peter’s. PRICE: $10 | 19+ | Pay at the door. MacBouch Beverage Room, found right in the heart of St. Peter’s is a spot known for hosting some of the finest musical acts. At a pub night, you can expect lively tunes, sweet sing-alongs, a relaxed and cozy atmosphere, and lots of good cheer. All

The Annual River Bourgeois Community Festival in River Bourgeois-Schedule TBA

Monday, August 30  

7pm – 10pm: – Kitchenfest’s Pub Night at MacBouch in St. Peter’s. PRICE: $10 | 19+ | Pay at the door. MacBouch Beverage Room, found right in the heart of St. Peter’s is a spot known for hosting some of the finest musical acts. At a pub night, you can expect lively tunes, sweet sing-alongs, a relaxed and cozy atmosphere, and lots of good cheer. All provincial health protocols will be in place. Performers for the Pub Night are Rachel Davis, Darren McMullen, Margie Beaton and Dawn Beaton

Tuesday, August 31  

7pm – 10pm: Kitchenfest’s Pub Night at Bras d’Or Lakes Inn in St. Peter’s. PRICE: $10 | 19+ | Reserved Seating. TICKETS: can be purchased by calling 1-833-243-2200. This beautiful and popular venue provides the perfect conditions for a sweet evening of great live music. At a pub night, you can expect lively tunes, sweet sing-alongs, a relaxed and cozy atmosphere, and lots of good cheer. All provincial health protocols will be in place. Performers for the Pub Night are Rodney MacDonald, Kenneth MacKenzie and Scott Macmillan.

1:30pm: – Knitting Knots at Le Noir Landing in Arichat. Join the knitting group Tuesdays from July 6 to September 7. Beginners welcome! To register or for updated information please call 902-226-9364 or email ‎‎islemadamehistoricalsociety@gmail.com‎‎. Programs are subject to change. Please visit the Richmond County Recreation Facebook page or call 902-226-0663 for up to date information. ‎

2pm – 4pm: – As part of the Summer Learning Series at the Isle Madame Historical Society / LeNoir forge Museum, come out on Tuesday and Thursday afternoons in July and August. Blacksmithing Demonstrations FREE. A One Hour Walk-in Blacksmithing Experience. This is a first come first served activity. COVID-19 protocols and restrictions will be observed. Participants must wear long pants and closed toed shoes. Space is limited to 2 participants per day unless it is a family group. Fee: $35.00 (Adult) $15.00 (Youth 8 -14 years).

Thursday, September 2 

8pm – 11pm: – Kitchenfest’s Pub Night at Bras d’Or Lakes Inn in St. Peter’s. PRICE: $10 | 19+ | Reserved Seating. TICKETS: 1-833-243-2200. This beautiful and popular venue provides the perfect conditions for a sweet eve of great live music. At a pub night, you can expect lively tunes, sweet sing-alongs, a relaxed and cozy atmosphere, and lots of good cheer. All provincial health protocols will be in place. Performers for the Pub Night are Mike Hall, Beverly MacLean, Darrell Keigan and Chris Babineau.

Friday, September 3 

8pm – 11pm: – Kitchenfest’s Pub Night at Bras d’Or Lakes Inn in St. Peter’s. PRICE: $10 | 19+ | Reserved Seating. TICKETS: call 1-833-243-2200. This beautiful and popular venue provides the perfect conditions for a sweet eve of great live music. At a pub night, you can expect lively tunes, sweet sing-alongs, a relaxed and cozy atmosphere, and lots of good cheer. All provincial health protocols will be in place. Performers for the Pub Night are J.P. Cormier, John Pellerin, Marion Dewar, and  Junior Fraser.

Saturday, September 4  

8pm – 11pm: – Kitchenfest’s Pub Night at Bras d’Or Lakes Inn in St. Peter’s. PRICE: $10 | 19+ | Reserved Seating. TICKETS: call 1-833-243-2200. This beautiful and popular venue provides the perfect conditions for a sweet eve of great live music. At a pub night, you can expect lively tunes, sweet sing-alongs, a relaxed and cozy atmosphere, and lots of good cheer. All provincial health protocols will be in place. Performers for the Pub Night are Howie MacDonald, Hilda Chiasson, and Kinnon Beaton.

5pm – Take Out Dinner at the Johnstown Parish Hall in Johnstown. Price is $12.00. Advance tickets only, must order by September 1.  Call Louise at 902-535-3107.

 

 

 

 

 

During COVID-19 the VOCA team will continue to do our best to keep https://www.facebook.com/EventsStPeters/ and www.VISITSTPETERS.COM  current and your GoTo sites for the latest information on St. Peter’s and Area however check with the event organizer for the latest information if you have a concern.

Stay safe and healthy.

 

Important COVID-19 Links

Nova Scotia COVID-19 Page

Information on Social Distancing

Proper Hand Washing

Strait Chamber of Commerce COVID-19 Resources Page