Friday, 30 August 2013

Don't Miss Stronger Than Steel-2 Day Street Fair at the Open Hearth Park, Sydney. August 31st-September1st.

Stronger than Steel at the Open Hearth Park August 31st to September 1st.


2 Days Street Fair
Right Some Good Goes All Out To Provide a Top Class Experience


Excellent entertainment

Fire Works

Two-day Gourmet Street Fair
Saturday, Aug. 31 and Sunday, Sept. 1
Stronger than Steel at Open Hearth Park, Sydney – Free admission
Entertainment for the entire family! Musical performances by Jimmy Rankin, The Barra MacNeils, Lennie Gallant, Sam Moon, The Men of the Deeps, Maynard Morrison & Bette MacDonald, JP Cormier, John Gracie, Buddy MacDonald, Sprag Session, Kyle Mischiek, Coig, Sons of Membertou, Hubert Francis, Eddie Parris, Keith Mullins, Hubba Parris & Spyder, Fiona MacGillivray, Breagh MacKinnon, Brandon Skeete, Samantha Gracie, Wayn Hamilton, Khalifa Jallo Hamilton, and more!
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS – Aug. 30 ‐ Sept. 1
Friday Aug. 30th
5 pm CTV News at 5 on site Broadcast for 5 ‐6 pm ‐ General Public Welcome!
Right Some Good ‐ Preview and Thirst Quencher– Open to the Public (5 – 10:00 p.m.)

Mi’kmaq Cultural Village – wigwams and demonstrations open for the weekend

6:30 Encourage everyone to bring a lawn chair or blanket to enjoy this al fresco evening of television and film. The official opening will also profile the park’s many public art installations, which feature themes and stories reflecting the contributions of the generations of Aboriginal inhabitants and immigrants who shaped the local community, the region, and Nova Scotia in very distinct ways.
7 Film screenings – “Heart of Steel” and “Are you from the Pier Dear?”

7:30 Live music from Coig in the Right Some Good – “Thirst Quencher” licensed tent

Saturday Aug. 31st
10 am FREE Community Breakfast for the First 500 people

10:30 Drum Circle –Lead by Keith Mullins – Everyone is invited to participate – and please bring your own percussion instrument and be part of the live performances for the
Stronger than Steel ‐ Open Hearth Park weekend!
12 pm Right Some Good ‐ Gourmet Street Fair presented by Brown Gold (12 pm ‐ 10 pm)
Sample food from around the world in true street‐fair style!

Right Some Good ‐ “Everything About Food” culinary demonstration stage presented by the Nova Scotia Department of Fisheries and Aquaculture (12 pm – 7 pm)
Right Some Good ‐ Marketplace open to the public (12 pm – 7 pm)
12:30 The Multi‐Cultures of Our Community
Sons of Membertou
Forrester Dancers
Pieds en Cadence ‐ Acadian Dancers
African Drumming
Wayn Hamilton and Khalifa Jallo‐Hamilton
Brandon Skeete
Ukrainian Dancers
Kelly MacArthur & The CapeLand Dancers
Cassie and Rob McCall
Black and Grey
6:00 Gathering for the Steelworkers Procession – Sydney Tar Pond Agency Offices –
(Congregation area ‐1 Inglis street)

Everyone young and old is encouraged to participate – and if you or a family member were a former steelworker or coal miner and you still have some of these items please wear your Sydney Steel t‐shirts, jackets, hard hats, flashlights, lunch boxes, etc. in tribute to all who worked there. All are welcome! This will be lead by the Men of the Deeps and will include community groups such as the Cadets, Girl and Boy scouts, and many multicultural groups – The Procession will end at the main stage area in Open Hearth Park. Everyone is invited to come out and be part of this concert kick off!
6:30 Procession into Open Hearth Park

7pm- Stronger than Steel – Musical Journey begins featuring:
Mi’kmaq performer, Hubert Francis
The Sons of Membertou
African Drummers Wayn Hamilton and Khalifa Jallo‐Hamilton
The Men of the Deeps
Barra MacNeils
Jimmy Rankin
Sprag Session
Lennie Gallant
Maynard Morrison and Bette MacDonald
JP Cormier
Eddie Paris
Hubba Parris and Spyder
John Gracie
Buddy MacDonald
Sam Moon
Keith Mullins
Fiona MacGillivray
A House Band of top musicians directed by Fred Lavery
Pieds en Cadence, Acadian Dancers
Kelly MacArthur & the CapeLand Dancers
And emerging artists
Breagh MacKinnon
Samantha Gracie
Brandon Skeete
Cultural dancers led by Kelly MacArthur and Christine Doucet  
Kyle Mischiek
10 Fireworks Finale Spectacular
10 am Inspiration Choir
Right Some Good Community Breakfast Giveaway ‐ Get down to the festival grounds early for your FREE gourmet breakfast sandwich (First 500 people)!
12 pm Right Some Good ‐ Gourmet Street Fair presented by Brown Gold (12 pm ‐ 3 pm)
Right Some Good – Marketplace open to the public (12 pm – 4 pm)

12:30 Right Some Good ‐ Garland Canada’s Master Chef Face Off (ends at 3:30pm)
Come watch eight renowned chefs from around the world compete live in a black box reveal competition. Stakes will be high as they create a main course using surprise, local ingredients and vie for a $5,000 prize and the title of Garland Canada’s Master Chef.
3:30 Matt Mays acoustic set presented by Right Some Good
Right Some Good Breakfast Giveaway (Saturday & Sunday 10:00am)
Here’s an excuse to get down to Open Hearth Park early on Saturday & Sunday! We’ve created a Sweet & Savoury Grilled Cheese Breakfast Sandwich with a twist – HoneyLicious chocolate spread & double smoked bacon. FREE for the first 500 people.
Two-Day Gourmet Street Fair (Saturday 12pm – 10pm; Sunday 12pm – 3pm)

The Right Some Good Gourmet Street Fair will bring the wild successes of gourmet street food in cities like Chicago, New York, London and San Francisco to Sydney, Cape Breton. This will be your chance to taste foods from around the world all in one spot – it’s an ‘amusement park for foodies.’
Each visiting Master Chef set to compete in the Garland Canada Master Chef Face Off, will lead the way in creating a unique food showcasing the best in local ingredients. Each chef will put their own country’s twist on serving it up ‘street food’ style.

Tickets for food & beverages will be sold at the festival grounds.
Gourmet Street Food Menu:

Acadian (Chef Peter Dewar)
Smoked red fish and corn chowder - flavoured with pure maple syrup and topped with a herbes salees

Bangladesh (Chef George De Costa)
A Bangladeshi street experience - chicken chana masala, thick dhal soup & piajoIndia

Germany (Chef Achim Loeppert)

German brätel – marinated pork roast - served on a baked roll and topped with roasted onions, caper mayonnaise & cucumber salad

India (Chef Vicky Ratnani)

Vegetable katti rolls - filled with a tamarind blueberry chutney and served with an avocado coriander raita and papadum chips

Jamaica (Chef Dennis McIntosh)

Jamaican jerked beef sliders - with herbed goat cheese, fried plantain & oven-roasted tomato topped with micro greens & a scotch bonnet mango balsamic drizzle

Malaysia (Chef Patricia Yeo)

Chili snow crab - served with a chili jam & grilled rustic bread

Northern Ireland (Chef Andy Rea)

Summer salad of coldwater shrimp - with “bush” & shellfish mayo served on an Irish wheaten bread

Scotland (Chef Michael Reidt)

Robbie Burns supper - lamb haggis served with a smoked potato-oatmeal crumble & pickled turnip

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