Thursday June 5th on The Morning News
We’ll kick things off at 6:45 with a sneak peak at the 2014 Cedar Festival that gets underway over the lunch hour. The annual event highlights and celebrates all things Lebanese. We’ll talk with one of the organizers about the event and why it’s always so popular.
Farmers Markets of Nova Scotia keeps on growing with over 40 around the province! Speaking of growing, we’ll catch up with Executive Director of FMNS Keltie Butler at 7:15 to talk about what’s in season at your local Market this time of year.
Theatre lovers take note! A new festival is coming to town and promises 11 days of amazing performances, some that might make you cry, laugh and maybe even dance in your seat. At 7:45 we’ll talk with the director of Magnetic North Theatre Festival about what audiences can expect.
You’ve found the perfect prom dress, date and hairstyle, now it’s time to add the finishing touch. At 8:15 floral designer Susan MacIntosh will show us the latest looks in corsages and boutonnière in this week’s Stems with Susan.
We have another musical treat in store for you at 8:45! Singer/Songwriter Ameila Curran will stop by to talk about her appearance Thursday night at the Habitat for Humanity fundraiser called “Raise a Little Hellp”. She’ll also give us a special Morning News performance.