Tantramar Report: Vaccine openings, New Works Festival premieres tonight, Alexandrya Eaton show at Owens Art Gallery

A capped syringe sits on a table with hand sanitizer and a person's elbow resting on the table in the background.
The COVID-19 vaccine is available for everyone 12 and older in New Brunswick. Photo by Erica Butler.
Meg Cunningham - CHMA - SackvilleNB | 14-07-2021

On today's Tantramar Report:

Paul Brisk will premiere his work “Becoming my own Native” tonight as a part of Live Baits New Works Festival. Live Bait will present Brisk's work and a staged reading of a new play by M. Dallas Edwards this evening at the Sackville United Church.

There are a number of vaccine opportunities in the Tantramar area this week, including walk-in clinics today and this Saturday. The clinic today takes place at the Tantramar Memorial Civic Centre, and will administer the Moderna vaccine those who haven't yet received their first dose. The clinic this Saturday is for everyone, and is hosted at the Corner Drug Store.

Alexandrya Eaton talks about her ongoing retrospective show at the Owen’s Art Gallery, curated by the 3E Collective. Emilie Grace Lavoie, a member of the 3E Collective, explains her fascination with Eaton's work.

For the eighth day in a row, New Brunswick reports no new cases of COVID-19. The single patient in the hospital due to the disease has been discharged, which means that all New Brunswick COVID-19 wings are empty.