Thursday, November 30, 2017

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Share your Family's Stories (-)

Share Your Family’s Stories

New Waterford Library

Thursday, Nov. 30th 

2 PM

Join CBRL's Storyteller-in-Residence, Ronald Labelle for an afternoon to share the interesting stories and characters that you've uncovered doing your family genealogy.

Everyone is welcome to this free storytelling event.

Call the New Waterford Library for more info.

902-862-2892

Learn to Play Bridge - Or Improve Your Play (Thu. 30 Nov, 2017 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm)

Learn to Play Bridge (or Improve Your Play)

A Library Café at the McConnell Library, Sydney for adults and seniors

Thurs Nov 30th – Thurs Dec 21st   

2:00-4:00 pm
Learn to play bridge or improve your playing with instructor Mary Ozyany and develop a good understanding of basic Standard American Bridge bidding conventions.  Aimed at beginners and near beginners.

Four weeks from Nov 30th to Dec 21st.

Registration is required at the McConnell Library, or by calling

902-562-3161.

Everyone welcome.

 

 

 

Shadows of Liberty (Thu. 30 Nov, 2017 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm)

“Shadows of Liberty” Documentary Screening and Local Media Panel

Thursday, Nov 30th, 2017 from 6-8:30 pm
James McConnell Memorial Library, 50 Falmouth St, Sydney
 
The film “Shadows of Liberty” (2012, 93 min) documents the extraordinary money and power behind the mainstream news media, as well as its moral and social failures that have turned an arena for public expression into a private profit zone.  It picks up where the film “Manufacturing Consent” left off.

A Panel Discussion will follow to reflect on the documentary from a local media point of view, with Moderator Ian McNeil and panelists Mary Campbell (Publisher/editor of the Cape Breton Spectator), Steve Sutherland (Host of CBC Cape Breton Information Morning), Rankin Macdonald (Editor of the Inverness Oran), and Andrew Brooks (Publisher/editor of the Victoria Standard).

If there is any truth to the idea that one must “Think Globally and Act Locally”, this is a global situation we must understand.

Presented by Cinema Politica in Cape Breton (Screening Truth to Power) in partnership with the Cape Breton Spectator and Gryphon Media Productions.

Everyone welcome.

 

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