A participatory theatrical and musical pilgrimage that will transport you back to 1784 and the first permanent European settlement of Antigonish — the landing of Colonel Timothy Hierlihy and his company of United Empire Loyalists at Antigonish Harbour, homeland of the Mi’kmaq.
Pilgrims all, we’ll resound to Mi’kmaq and Irish songs and rituals, featuring the harp music of the Hierlihy family’s native Ireland. In the way of pilgrims, we will settle—or unsettle—for ourselves the past and the present of the place we call Antigonish.
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SPECIAL NOTICE – There will be a morning performance on Sept 26. Meet at the Antigonish Heritage Museum at 10:30AM for out door performance at Town Point. Transport via bus from the museum.
There will be NO afternoon performance on Sept 26 and NO performance on October 24.
Tickets for the Sept 26 morning performance are available at Antigonish 5c to $ and the Antigonish Heritage Museum
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Tickets now available at Antigonish 5c to $1 and the Antigonish Heritage Museum
- Stage production July 29, 7:00 pm
Claire Marie Auditorium, Adult: $20; Seniors and Unwaged: $15.
- On-site pilgrimages to the Town Point site
- Sat. July 4, 2015, 1:30 p.m.
- Sat. Sept. 5, 2015, 10:30 a.m., 1:30 p.m.
- Sat. Sept. 26, 2015, 10:30 a.m.
Space strictly limited! Entry fee, including shuttle service to the site from the Antigonish Heritage Museum: Adult: $25; Seniors and Unwaged: $20.
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