Nova Scotia Talent Trust scholarship recipients Ella and Abby Hanson will give a traditional Gaelic music performance that will include the fiddle, piano and step-dancing for Evenings @ Government House. They will be accompanied on piano by Kolten MacDonell.
These are free public events and are open to the public. All events commence at 7:00pm and doors open to the public at 6:30pm. Guests must be seated by 6:50pm.
Government House will follow the prevailing health and safety regulations as they pertain to the COVID-19 pandemic and the following measures will be implemented:
- Guests will be required to wear masks and social distance while inside Government House.
- There will be no reception following the presentations.
- Seating will be limited to 25.
Registration will open two weeks before each presentation. Registration will close on the Thursday before the presentation. Up to 25 names will be randomly drawn and those chosen will be notified by the Friday before the presentation. Given that seating is limited, guests may reserve a maximum of two seats per registration. One registration per party only please (names drawn with an accompanying guest will be allocated two seats).
People wishing to attend MUST register by calling 902-424-7001 or by visiting the Evenings @ Government House section under News & Events on the official website at: https://lt.gov.ns.ca/news-events/evenings-government-house or by emailing LGOffice@novascotia.ca
This event will be live-streamed on the Lieutenant Governor's Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/events/359053995929407?active_tab=about)