By Lee Ann Atwater L ast month we spotlighted New Glasgow and the sur- rounding area, putting the spotlight on all that it has to offer those living and visiting the area this summer; great shops, markets, restaurants, events and amazing beaches. Being from the area myself, I was well aware of what great things the area has to offer. One of those being downtown, sitting on the edge of the East River known as Glasgow Square which was built in 2001 as a venue for community gatherings, events and attractions, and the home for the 22 nd Riverfront Jubilee, which is coming up this August 4 th through 6 th. “This is Jubilee’s 22nd year bringing Pictou County a variety of music. We are proud to have the opportunity to bring artists to the area that residents wouldn’t normally have the chance to experience at home. We are also honoured to showcase local up and coming talent.”

The Riverfront Jubilee is a non-profit organization that is run by a volunteer Board of Directors: Michelle MacLean



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