We’ll get things started at 6:45 with a chat about a new wine class being offered in the region. If you love wine or you’re interested in training your taste buds in order to land a plum job at one of the province’s vineyards, this interview is for you. The women behind the new Autour du Vin will be by the red table with all the details.
At 7:15 we’ll meet Halifax author Kat Kruger before she departs for a big publicity tour in Toronto. Her first novel, The Night Has Teeth won the 34th Atlantic Writing Competition and was listed as a Best Book for Kids & Teens by the Canadian Children’s Book Centre. She’s since written two more books that are now part of a The Magdeburg Trilogy that has caught on with young readers around the world.
At 7:45 we’ll meet a Nova Scotia first responder who will be travelling to Ottawa this weekend to accept the 2014 National Lifetime Achievement Award from the Canadian Volunteer Fire Service Association. Malcolm Noble, is the Chief Officer with the Elmsdale Volunteer Fire and Emergency Service. He’s been a part of the volunteer team for 23 years and has helped to fight many fires over the years, including at his own home.
Thursday is the kick-off for 34th annual Atlantic Film Festival at 8:15 we’ll meet an actor and producer of the film Cast No Shadow. The coming of age story of a 13-year-old in a rough and isolated sea-side town.
At 8:45 East Coast singer-songwriter Ian Sherwood will stop by for a performance and chat ahead of his show at The Company House this weekend.