Tuesday June 24th on The Morning News
The world-wide smash hit DANCE MARATHON hits Halifax this week as part of The Magnetic North Theatre Festival. The show immerses audience members in a real competition for the grand prize — expect 3 hours of fun and surprises. We’ll get a sneak-peak at 6:45 from members of Blue Mouth Inc.
Sexual violence is a crime that isn’t spoken about enough, but Nova Scotia is trying to change that. It’s asking all Nova Scotians to contribute to it’s new Sexual Violence Strategy, a three year program focused on prevention and support. One of the co-leads of the program joins us at 7:15.
A new online survey suggests summer is the season in which we spend the most money. Since the daylight lasts longer many people feel they have more free time on their hands. And more free time can sometimes translate into more spending. At 7:45 our Money Sense expert Leann Salyzyn will be here with some tips on how you can enjoy summer and still keep your finances under control.
Louisbourg Seafood Limited is hooked on Right Some Good. The festival has had a huge impact on the family-run business over the past 4 years. Find out why some of the world’s best chefs are choosing the Nova Scotian seafood products tomorrow at 8:15.
It’s all starting to come together for this year’s Stan Rogers Folk Festival in Canso in early July! Stages are being set, fencing is going up, and soon there will be thousands of music fans all enjoying the best in international songwriting. But before the big event we’ll learn more about The Road to Stanfest Songwriter’s Camp at Sherbrooke Village. At 8:45 we’ll learn more about it from Lynn Hayne of Sherbrooke Village and Instructor/Musician Kim Dunn.