August 22, 2014 11:07 am

Monday August 25th on The Morning News

Halifax Humanities 101 offers a barrier-free liberal arts education to people with challenging life circumstances.  At 6:45 Director Mary Lu Redden shares success stories and info for those who want to join the class of 2015.

At 7:15 we’ll learn more about a movement where everyone eats and everyone wins. It’s called the 50% local food club and they are extending an open invitation to you to join the club in September. We’ll find our more from Keltie Butler, Executive Director of Farmer’s Markets of NS, on Monday.

The Nature Conservancy of Canada has secured more land  to support its so-called Moose Sex Project. At 7:45 we’ll get an update on efforts to boost the moose population by opening up more protected land between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick to allow the population to mix and mingle and hopefully reproduce!

Alex’s Safe Harbour provides support to families dealing with grief.   At 8:15 we’ll introduce you to the organization and share details about the new Beacon of Hope Award.

Music fans from Canso to Sydney are counting down the days to Cape Fest 2014, the biggest rock show to ever hit Cape Breton! Rock Icons Aerosmith, along with guitar legend Slash and homegrown faves The Trews and Slowcoaster will take over the Open Hearth Park in Sydney for a show you don’t want to miss. At 8:45 we’ll meet Alex Martin, the man who put the show together, and get a performance from Steven MacDougall of Slowcoaster. Rock On!
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