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Shelburne County welcomes 2018 with levees

Shelburne Mayor Karen Mattatall (from left), Warden for the Municipality of Shelburne, Penny Smith and Julie Ferguson, Town Clerk/Special Projects Co-ordinator for the Town of Shelburne lead the crowd in singing Auld Lang Syne at the New Year’s Levee at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre in Birchtown on Jan. 1. Kathy Johnson photo
Shelburne Mayor Karen Mattatall (from left), Warden for the Municipality of Shelburne, Penny Smith and Julie Ferguson, Town Clerk/Special Projects Co-ordinator for the Town of Shelburne lead the crowd in singing Auld Lang Syne at the New Year’s Levee at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre in Birchtown on Jan. 1. Kathy Johnson photo

SHELBURNE COUNTY, N.S. – Lots of people turned out for food, music and the chance to help ring in 2018 with others during Shelburne's New Year's Levee that was held at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre on Jan. 1. 

A levee was also hosted Jan. 1. by the Barrington 327 Unicorn Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps’ New Year’s Levee. That levee was held at the Barrington Municipal Administrative Center.

 

Brooke, Drew and Ann Slaunwhite (from left) chat with fellow Loyalist re-enactor Andy Blackmer during the Shelburne New Years Levee at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre. Kathy Johnson
Brooke, Drew and Ann Slaunwhite (from left) chat with fellow Loyalist re-enactor Andy Blackmer during the Shelburne New Years Levee at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre. Kathy Johnson

 

 

 

People mingled, enjoyed tasty snacks, music and fellowship at the Shelburne New Year’s Levee on Jan. 1 at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre in Birchtown, co-hosted by the Town and Municipality of Shelburne. Kathy Johnson photo
People mingled, enjoyed tasty snacks, music and fellowship at the Shelburne New Year’s Levee on Jan. 1 at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre in Birchtown, co-hosted by the Town and Municipality of Shelburne. Kathy Johnson photo

 

 

 

 

Musicians Cheryl Graul and Aurel Frattura go over some sheet music during a break in performing at the Shelburne Levee on Jan. 1. The duo is known as the Jazz Dabbers. Kathy Johnson photo
Musicians Cheryl Graul and Aurel Frattura go over some sheet music during a break in performing at the Shelburne Levee on Jan. 1. The duo is known as the Jazz Dabbers. Kathy Johnson photo

 

 

 

There was a good turn-out for the Shelburne New Year’s Levee, co-hosted by the Town and Municipality of Shelburne at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre in Birchtown on Jan. 1. Kathy Johnson photo
There was a good turn-out for the Shelburne New Year’s Levee, co-hosted by the Town and Municipality of Shelburne at the Black Loyalist Heritage Centre in Birchtown on Jan. 1. Kathy Johnson photo

 

Members of the 327 Unicorn Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps enjoy time together at the New Year’s Levee they hosted on Jan. 1 at the Barrington Municipal Administrative Center. The event was well attended. Kathy Johnson photo
Members of the 327 Unicorn Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps enjoy time together at the New Year’s Levee they hosted on Jan. 1 at the Barrington Municipal Administrative Center. The event was well attended. Kathy Johnson photo

 

 

Musicians Amber Hiltz and Sherod Crowell entertained the crowd at the 327 Unicorn Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps’ New Year’s Levee in Barrington on Jan. 1. Kathy Johnson photo
Musicians Amber Hiltz and Sherod Crowell entertained the crowd at the 327 Unicorn Royal Canadian Sea Cadet Corps’ New Year’s Levee in Barrington on Jan. 1. Kathy Johnson photo

 

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