People & Culture

Majumder's manor

Comedian Shaun Majumder gathers friends and family to revitalize his hometown
  • Jun 01, 2014
  • 29 words
  • 1 minutes
  • Photography by Peter Andrew
Shaun Majumder addressing the crowd on the main stage as the sun starts to set on the second day of the festival. Expand Image
Sign on the corner of Highways 410 and 413, directing motorists to The Gathering in Burlington, N.L. Expand Image
A view of the festival ground on the first morning of the event. Expand Image
A view of the area where the VIP tents are situated. Expand Image
A view of Burlington, N.L. looking northeast across the bay on the first morning of the festival. Expand Image
Shaun Majumder's two dogs were always nearby Expand Image
Local arts and crafts vendors set up at the entrance to the festival. Expand Image
Chef Mark McCrowe serving guests on the Chef’s Hike to Winterhouse Cove Expand Image

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