Tuesday June 3rd on The Morning News
We reconnect to our common ancestry and heritage and learn how the tragic loss of the ‘commons’ is impacting us globally – both ecologically and economically. We’ll chat with award winning author Heather Menzies about her new book “Reclaiming the Commons for the Common Good”.
At 7:15 we’ll meet the twin brothers from Bedford who were the talk of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey Draft over the weekend in Sherbrooke, QC. Defenceman Luke Green was taken 1st overall and then his brother Matt was selected 22nd overall – both by The Saint John Sea Dogs. What a moment!
Mom-preneurs are taking the business world by storm. Now there’s a new initiative in our region called the East Coast Momma Collective. It’s all about bringing women together to learn and build upon their successes. We’ll be joined by a successful Mompreneur and publisher Lyndsay Doyle to learn more.
Good weather, great company & delicious food- three ingredients that make up a great picnic. We’ll have tips on packing the perfect meal to take to the park and beyond with Ratinuad French Cusine tomorrow at 8:45.
At 8:45 we get a preview of a unique event that hopes to bring the past to the present through music. It’s called Music & The Medium and at 8:45 we’ll learn more about it from event organizer Lana Grant and musician Andrew Hunter.