Tickets for events can be purchased at Showplace.
Tickets for Gary Farmer w/ Brock Stonefish can be purchased
at the door at the Historic
Monday June 15 PRE-FESTIVAL EVENT 7PM:
Dr. Marlene Brant Castellano - Sharing
Remembrances: Sharing a Future. Presented by The PETERBOROUGH
TRUTH & RECONCILIATION COMMISSION (TRC) SUPPORT GROUP
at the Peterborough Public Library Auditorium
Wednesday June 17 till July 12 VISUAL ART EXHIBITION 7PM:
curated by William Kingfisher
at the Art Gallery of Peterborough (250 Crescent Street).
After the opening of Nogojiwanong, art lovers will make their
way to exhibiting downtown venues at Black Honey (221 Hunter
Street W), Kubo (413 George Street N), Blue Tomato (168 Hunter
Street W), Catalina (131 Hunter Street W), and The Sapphire
Room (137 Hunter Street W)
CONCERT 10PM: Gary Farmer with Brock Stonefish &
Battle River Blues Band.Live at the Historic
Red Dog Tavern (189 Hunter St W) $10 Tickets can be purchased
OKA 2PM: Join us in the Charlotte Street Courtyard
of Peterborough Square and dance to the uplifting sound
Help us bring our 12 foot high puppets to life in preperation
for the Community Procession on June 21. Many thanks to Red
Pepper Spectacle Arts for their participating company of puppetry
images and artists.
CABARET 8PM: Tomson
Highway on piano with singerPatty
Cano, perform songs from two of Mr. Highways
own musical plays, The Incredible Adventures of Mary Jane
Mosquito and Rose, with opening act Missy Knott.
Market Hall (336 George Street N) $15
Tickets can be purchased at Showplace.
Sunday June 21
Storytellers, drummers, hoop dancers, regional cuisine, art
vendors and a 30-foot performance tipi.
A community procession is gathering at 12pm from Peterborough
City Hall to Del Crary Park for grand entry around the drum.
Wednesday June 24 CONCERT 8PM: Buffy
Sainte-Marie at the Festival of Lights
With NYC-based a cappella trio Ulali.
In partnership with The Peterborough Festival of Lights at Del Crary Park (George Street N.