If you caught Canadian legendary comedian Mike MacDonald at the Osprey last fall, you’ll remember the opening act. Comedian Marc Sauvé entertained with side splitting-jokes and knee-slapping stories. He’s returning, this time with comedian Bob Mann.
Actor, comedian and writer, performing on screen and on stage for twenty years (most recently CBC Television’s Mr. D., Haven, Trailer Park Boys, CBC Doc Zone). Bob Mann was a recipient of the 2015 Atlantic Film Festival Script Development Award and Harold Greenburg Fund for a new feature-length comedy, and in 2017 co-produced and starred in the film, “You Ruined Our Life!” which made its premiere at the Atlantic Film Festival.
Let’s welcome Tony Schellinck back to the Osprey for a second astronomy presentation!
If you attended this event last summer, you learned how to identify objects in the summer night sky, now we’ll take a look at objects in the winter night sky.
This event is presented in partnership with Boxing Rock Brewing Co. and their Dark as Keji Black IPA which they released to raise awareness and funds for dark sky programming at Kejimkujik National Park. Beer tasting will be available prior to the presentation.
On Any Night…Take a Journey to the Farthest Reaches of the Universe:
A Beginner’s Guide to Observing the Night Sky
Host, Tony Schellinck will show you how, with minimal investment you can start to find deep sky objects (DSOs) in the night sky. Using photographs he has taken of the stars, he will show you how to use binoculars and small telescopes to find a galaxy, planets and their moons, nebula, open clusters and globular clusters. Viewing the night sky will never be the same again. If you have binoculars please bring them to the show as you will be able to practice finding deep sky objects while in the theatre. Tony has binoculars to borrow during the show if you do not have a pair to bring.
If the weather cooperates, after the show we will go out to a darkish place nearby and find these objects in the night sky using binoculars.
Admission by donation. Limited seating is available – the event is presented in the balcony for optimal distance from the projections.
Hillsburn is an indie band with folk roots from Halifax. Their music has been described as a mix of rock, folk, pop, and Americana. They have been touted as the East Coast’s’ Next “Big Thing”. The band has been nominated for a number of regional and national awards including recently winning a Canadian Folk Music Award for ‘New Artist of the Year’ and an East Coast Music Award for their video for “Run Down.” They’ve also been featured on several national media platforms, including CBC’s East Coast Music Hour with David Myles.
Enjoy some top-notch live music on Saint Pat’s Day at the Osprey with Hillsburn!