Tales from The Halifax School for the Blind

Presents first-hand accounts from students who tell stories of youthful mischief, school culture, inspiring teachers and the lives they’ve enjoyed since graduation.
 

Tales from The Halifax School for the Blind

Presents first-hand accounts from students who tell stories of youthful mischief, school culture, inspiring teachers and the lives they’ve enjoyed since graduation.
 

Recent episodes

Beginnings

Authored on November 3, 2020

In the debut episode of Tales from the Halifax School for the Blind, we get to know former students Robert Mercer (1958-1968), Vivian O’Neill (1960-1970) and our host, Terry Kelly (1961-1971). They discuss their first impressions of the old school, and the difficult choices faced by their parents when deciding to send their young children so far from home.

Tales From The Halifax School For The Blind Launches November 3

Authored on October 19, 2020

Inspired by the book Mrs. Beaton’s Question by Robert Mercer, this monthly podcast shares the experiences of those who attended the Halifax School for the Blind. Hosted by renowned musician and school alumnus Terry Kelly, Tales from the Halifax School for the Blind presents first-hand accounts from students who tell stories of youthful mischief, school culture, inspiring teachers and the lives they’ve enjoyed since graduation.