June 1st (Sunday) at 2:00 pm: Holy Heart of Mary Alumni Choir, directed by Valerie Long. This group of versatile, vivacious women donate their time and talent to many worthwhile causes. They are known for their innovative arrangements of familiar songs. In June they will bring their talents overseas to the people of Portugal and Spain.
Admission by donation.
Note date change: June 25th (Wednesday) at 7:00 pm: Virginia Children's Choir. The VIRGINIA CHILDREN'S CHORUS, from Virginia U.S.A. will bring us a delightful program of music from around the world, performed by a group of happy, enthusiastic young people, of all backgrounds and all ages. St. George's is delighted to host this talented group of young people!
Admission will be by donation of your choice, to help the preservation of this historic old structure.
July 9th (Wednesday) 7:00pm to 9:00pm: Landfall Trust Artist in Residence presentation. Artistic duo Tara Cooper and Terry O'Neill will talk about their most recent project Supercell-The Poetics of a Storm Cloud. Over the past two summers, the couple participated in two storm-chasing expeditions led by world-renowned severe weather expert, Roger Hill. The chase covered more than 6000 kilometers of the Great Plains in search of supercells, rotating storm clouds that are best known for producing anomalies such as baseball-sized hail, tornadoes and flash floods. Their talk includes an introduction to severe weather, stories from their expeditions and a screening of their most recent film. As a collaborative husband and wife team, their work combines documentary filmmaking with printmaking, animation and installation.
July 11th (Friday): The Cosmos Quintet will present "Summer Winds". The performers of this dynamic group hail from Spain, Germany, England And Malta. Come and enjoy an evening of music based on the classics yet pleasantly familiar. Facebook page.
July 12th (Saturday): The Burrage wedding.
July 26th (Saturday) 2:00 - 4:00 pm: Kent Literary Events Day 2. Authors' Readings: Kent's Appearance in Fiction.
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CANCELLED July 26th (Saturday) 5:00 - 8:30 pm: Multicultural Dinner and Show: Academy Hall (Dinner) and St. George's Heritage Church (Variety Show). A 3-Course Meal Dinner featuring international cuisine from: India, the Caribbean, Africa, the Middle East with local desserts. There will be 8 - 10 varieties of delicious ethnic foods for guests to choose from (vegan, vegetarian and non-vegetarian). The dinner will be served buffet style. Multicultural Variety Show featuring local and international music, dance and fashion show by performers representing more than 15 countries.
TICKETS: $45 each will go on sale on June 17 contact Zainab at email@example.com Email or in the Brigus area, phone Mary at 528-4713.
July 27th (Sunday) at 7:30 pm: Fergus O'Byrne and Jim Payne. Come and enjoy an evening of music and storytelling with Jim Payne & Fergus O'Byrne. These talented musicians have travelled extensively at home and abroad. Their blend of Irish / Newfoundland Music has entertained audiences for over two decades.
August 9th (Saturday): The Nickel Film Festival Road Show. The Nickel Independent Film Festival is taking some of the best of their 14th Festival and bringing it to Brigus!! Featuring some delightful, beautiful, family friendly and honest films made by local Newfoundland filmmakers as well as a few from away, there is something for everyone and is guaranteed to be an added highlight to some of Newfoundland's most popular summer festivals.
The line up of films include:
August 16th (Saturday) at 3:00 pm: Tuckamore Festival. Tuckamore Festival Young Artists perform solo and chamber music repertoire.
August 30th (Saturday): The Hann wedding.
September 20th (Saturday): The England wedding.
October 4th (Saturday): The Green-Butt wedding. 2:00 pm.