Casting call out for original play in East River Valley
A new play coming to the East River Valley weaves a musical tale about the joys, and struggles, of living in rural areas.
Pictou County's Jillian MacLaughlin is among local celebrities participating in a pie-eating contest to kick off the Wild Blueberry Harvest Festival in Truro.
This year's pie-eating lineup includes reigning champion, Colchester RCMP Cpl. Addie Mccallum; MacLaughlin, winner of Big Brother Canada Season 1; Const. Robert Hunka of the Truro Police Service; Craig Matthews of the Truro Fire Service, Keith Gillis, owner of G&G computers, and Alyssa Roy of the Big Dog/Cat Country Summer Cruiser.
The kick-off event will be held at the Marigold Cultural Centre on Friday from 6 to 9 p.m. and will also include a free concert featuring J.P Cormier, a dog agility demo, gymnastics display, an array of wild blueberry concessions and more family fun.
For more information on this year's Wild Blueberry Harvest Festival visit our website or Facebook page:http://www.wildblueberryfest.com/