|trouble (trouble) wrote,|
@ 2010-10-15 06:07 pm UTC
|Entry tags:||canadian content, in yr archives writing yr history, personal: adventures of anna & don|
Don: Um, not really, as much fun as going around and not being able to get into most of the venues could be.
Me: Oh no! We could go to the archives for Nocturne! There will be free I Heart Archives buttons! And also, they are wheelchair accessible!
Don: Ooh, that could be interesting!
And that's how the Nova Scotia Archives Saved Nocturne.
Also, look at this:
As a bonus... we're also having:
- a "listening station" available so folks can listen to folk songs and ghost stories recorded by Helen Creighton.
- an artist's desk recreated, featuring watercolours and handmade valentines.
- storage boxes from the Victoria School of Art and Design.
- Victorian-era marbled paper for you book-binding nerds.
- An amazing poster by one of the talented Prat sisters.
- Free popcorn!
- Free "I heart Archives" buttons!
Free popcorn. Seriously, I'm going to be sitting outside the doors at 6 with my face pressed against the glass, you just know it.