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On the program for Saturday October 1, 2011 - Erin Costelo & Stephen Fearing in concert

On this week's edition - A concert from Erin Costelo and Stephan Fearing recorded earlier the same day as part of CBC 75th celebrations.
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We'll be bringing a special concert which we'll be recording earlier the same day featuring performances by Erin Costelo and Stephen Fearing. They will also be combining their talents by collaborating on a couple of numbers, the first time they've done so.

If you are in the Halifax Area, we would like to invite you to be a part of the live taping. It will take place in a large tent at the CBC TV site, 1840 Bell Rd., from 11:00am to 12:00pm. Admission is free.

You will also have a chance to enjoy more entertainment during Information Morning, Mainstreet, Weekend Mornings and Radio-Canada segments following our concert recording. Our radio and television hosts will join in the celebration.

Bring the kids, because Jeremie Saunders host of Artzooka! will be there to do crafts with them, there will be a Hockey Night in Canada area, and Whyatt from Kids' CBC program Super Why! will be on the look out for super spellers. Balloon artists and face painters will also be here.

There'll also be a display of radio equipment used through the years. And who knows, you might even spot a retired CBC host along the tour. And there will be a BBQ with proceeds going to Feed Nova Scotia and of course 75th anniversary cake.

Please join us on Saturday, Oct. 1, at our CBC Bell Road location and help mark 75 years with the CBC. It's going to be a lot of fun, because it's "Yours to Celebrate."

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