Weekend Additions

9/11 - September Song


When you think back to Sept. 11, 2001, you probably remember exactly where you were. Like many others, Canadian artist Heather Nicol has been haunted by the events of that day for the last 20 years. She was just blocks away from where the towers fell in New York on that cataclysmic morning. Now, she’s created an immersive visual and sound installation, titled September Song, inspired by her first-hand experience of the attacks. It opens on Saturday, Sept. 11 at the Harbourfront Centre Theatre in Toronto. Nicol joined guest host Talia Schlanger to talk about the installation and her memories of 9/11.

https://www.cbc.ca/listen/live-radio/1-50-q/clip/15865393-september-song-heather-nicol-transforms-memories-911-art

If you are in the Toronto area: https://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/whatson/today.cfm?id=11022

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Sainte-Anne’s Market - https://www.ville.sainte-anne-de-bellevue.qc.ca/en/304/sainte-anne-market


Every Saturday, rain or shine, Marché Sainte-Anne should be your weekend’s first foodie stop. Here you’ll meet local farmers offering farm fresh eggs, artisanal cheeses, fresh baked breads and pastries, heirloom varieties of fruits and vegetables, several organic produce and many artisanal products. In the summer and fall it is held in its’ home on the waterfront at the corner of Saint-Pierre and Sainte-Anne streets at Lalonde Park. In November it moves indoors for the winter to the local church hall 2 minutes from the lakeshore at St.Georges Anglican Church.

https://marchesainteanne.ca/garlic-festival/

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