The forests in Kejimkujik National Park are so beautiful you could swear they sing.
And starting Saturday, and continuing every other Saturday, singers from the East Coast will be performing as part of the 2010 Friends of Keji concert series.
The free shows celebrate Parks Canada’s 125th anniversary of the founding of the first national park. Visitors can also learn about the history of the Mi’kmaq, and see the stars in one of the darkest places on the continent, just two hours away from Halifax.
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Little Miss Moffat Tree kicks off the concert series Saturday at 6:30 p.m