Arts & Cultural Activities

Tie a Knot for Peace

July 27th | 10 AM – 4 PM | Eaton Park

Pugwash is world-renowned for Peace and we are keeping up that important tradition.

Join us in promoting peace and conflict resolution by participating in one of the newest art installations in the village.

Take a moment to reflect on your wishes for a more peaceful world, write your message on a ribbon, and tie it to the Peace installation.

This collective artwork will serve as a powerful symbol of our community’s commitment to a peaceful future.


Art on the Line Tent

July 27th | 10 AM – 4 PM | Eaton Park

Drop by the Art Tent and get creative. We will have a plentiful supply and array of creative materials available to make art!

The Art Tent offers a welcoming space for all ages to explore their artistic talents. Join us and let your imagination run wild in this vibrant and inspiring environment!

Use paper, glue, paint, markers, collage, scissors and more to get creative. 

Then hang your Art on the Line, a clothesline disguised as waves to display your nautically themed creations while they dry!

WoodsWork Art

July 27th | 10 AM – 4 PM | Eaton Park

Experience the remarkable craftsmanship of Cape Breton born Indigenous artist Liam Tromans. Renowned for his extraordinary talent, Liam has won and placed in numerous worldwide competitions.

Each piece he creates transforms wood into stunning works of art that capture the essence of nature and cultural heritage.

From lifelike wildlife sculptures to intricate decorative pieces, Liam’s chainsaw carvings highlight the raw beauty of the wood and his deep connection to the natural world.

Don’t miss this opportunity to witness the award-winning talent of Liam Tromans and bring home a unique, handcrafted piece that celebrates Indigenous artistry and the wonders of nature