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Northumberland Festival of the Arts is a not-for-profit organization in Northumberland County. Many NFOTA volunteers live in Cobourg. RESILIENCE is the theme of their upcoming festival. This exciting event, showcasing local music, visual arts, drama and much more, will be held from September 16 to October 2, 2022.
NFOTA brings together actors, artisans, painters, photographers, singers, dancers, writers, poets and both classical and contemporary musicians. At venues around Cobourg and across the county, NOFTA will entertain, plus offer opportunities to participate, to learn and to be inspired.
To help promote the festival, three NFOTA volunteers created a video at Northumberland Music Studio / Studio 29 in Warkworth. Lynn C. Bilton, Christopher Cameron and Marie-Lynn Hammond had so much fun creating “Spread the Word” that they decided to name their group What Fun! Both Lynn and Marie-Lynn live in Cobourg.
There are many ways to get involved with NOFTA. Volunteer, collaborate, become a sponsor or donate! For more information about the festival, please visit https://festivalofthearts.ca/ and sign up for the newsletter.
Lynn C. Bilton
Resident of Cobourg