Celebrate resilience at this year’s Northumberland Festival of the Arts

ByGeorge Shafe

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Lynn C. Bilton, Christopher Cameron and Marie-Lynn Hammond are ‘spreading the word’ about the Northumberland Festival of the Arts upcoming celebration showcasing resilience and local talent.

At this year’s Northumberland Competition of the Arts (NFOTA), it will be a celebration of resilience, say organizers.

Resilience is the concept of the forthcoming festival – an exciting occasion showcasing community new music, the visible arts, drama and so significantly more, claimed organizers.

The pageant will make a splash commencing Sept. 16 and operate until eventually Oct. 2 at places during Northumberland, it was discussed.

“NFOTA brings with each other actors, artisans, painters, photographers, singers, dancers, writers, poets and both equally classical and contemporary musicians,” said organizers.

And, in venues across the location, NOFTA will not just entertain, but also give options to take part, to study and to be influenced, extra the group.

To assistance promote the competition, a few NFOTA volunteers made a online video at Northumberland Tunes Studio/Studio 29 in Warkworth. Lynn C. Bilton, Christopher Cameron and Marie-Lynn Hammond experienced so substantially enjoyable generating the “Spread the Word” online video that they determined to title their group “What Entertaining!”

For citizens who are wanting to get involved – irrespective of whether to volunteer, collaborate or come to be sponsors or make donations – they can pay a visit to https://festivalofthearts.ca/.

This is also wherever folks can obtain competition data and sign up for newsletters.

NFOTA is a not-for-financial gain business.

To watch the “Spread the Word” video clip, check out https://www.youtube.com/view?v=8AUWd4fHKrA.