Week 2 Feb. 21: The Mathieu Da Costa Challenge Awards Ceremony Feb. 22: Blou Feb. 23: Dance Zone / Conseil communautaire du Grand-Havre Feb. 24: Kidzact Feb. 25: Musquodoboit Valley Family of Schools’ Choir Feb. 14: Cory Tetford and Paul Lamb / Maritime Centre for African Dance Feb. 15: Dartmouth and District Pipe Band / Scotia Highland Dancers Feb. 16: Maritime Dance Academy / Young Company of Halifax Dance Feb. 17: The Trips / Slow Cooking Cover Feb. 18: Halifax Circus / Annapolis Valley Honour Choir The Halifax 2011 Canada Games today, Jan. 31, announced the two-week lineup of performances for Celebration Square at Noon. The program will showcase the talents of 15 local acts from Feb. 14-18 and Feb. 21-25. The free show will run noon to 1 p.m. on each weekdays. The schedule is as follows: Week 1 The selected performers, including more than 275 youth, represent a broad range of arts and entertainment featuring highland dancing, African drumming and circus performances. “Celebration Square at Noon presents yet another opportunity to showcase the diverse culture and talent this province has to offer,” said CEO, Halifax 2011 Canada Games, Chris Morrissey, “It’s an honour to be able to showcase talent from communities across Nova Scotia.” NewCap Radio, which includes Q104 and 96.5 KOOL FM in Halifax, is the presenting sponsor of Celebration Square. Other cultural components of the Games include the National Artist Program, Celebration Square at Night and the opening and closing Ceremonies. Halifax 2011 Canada Games will be the largest multi-sport event held in Nova Scotia and Halifax’s first Canada Winter Games.For more information on Celebration Square visit, http://www.canadagames2011.ca/ .