Community Calendar

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SEPTEMBER

 

Card parties every Thursday evening at Roach Hall 45’s and crib. Time: 7:30pm. $3 with light lunch provided and 50/50 draw.Everyone welcome. Come join old friends and make new ones. More info: Contact sherrilbenoit@gmail.com  

West New Annan Community Church meets every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at the Tatamagouche Library. Everyone is welcome. 

Chair Exercise!! Roach Hall, 170 Blair Ave., TatamagoucheMonday, Wednesday and Thursday9-10:30am. Free to all community seniors.
Let’s celebrate the arrival of spring.  More info: contact  sherrilbenoit@gmail.com

Card parties every Wednesday night at the Warwick Mountain Rec Club, 554 Warwick Mountain Road. Weather permitting. Admission $3.00. Door prize and 50/50. Shared lunch. Everyone welcome. Funds for Hall maintenance.

 

September 22nd~  Butter Trail Run. 3k, 5k, 10k and one miler. North Shore Rec Centre. 30 Blair Avenue, Tatamagouche. Register on line at Race Roster  https://raceroster.com  Proceeds to Tatamagouche and Area Minor Hockey Association.
September 22nd~ Celtic Music at the Sutherland Steam Mill with the “Dock Gang”. 7:30 pm-9:30 pm. Tickets at the door, first come first serve. Seating limited to 50! Admission: $10.00. Licenced bar.  3169 Denmark Rd.  More info , call 902 657-3365
September 22nd~ Route 6 Music Concert. Featuring Dana Jefferson, Darryl Heighton, Jeff Alcorn, & George Power. Barrachois Community Hall. 99 Brule Shore Rd. LIght lunch to be served. Cost: By donation to assist in renovations to the Hall.

September 22nd~  Grace Jollimore Joyce Performing Arts Centre presnts Christine Gilroy: :     On Saturday, Sept. 22, we celebrate the talents of local singer-songwriter, Chris Gilroy. Chris has been actively participating in our Open Mic Nights, and now it is time for her own spotlight show. Enjoy her original work and collection of familiar tunes. The Chris Gilroy Band is from Sackville, NB. This three-piece band plays crowd favourites from old country to classic rock and is sure to keep your toes tapping. The band members have great on-stage chemistry and take pride in their performances. You’ll hear guitar, fiddle, mandolin, sweet harmonies, and bass riffs like none other! Chris is backed by her two Silver Foxes Jack “Mr. Bass” Hudson and Richard “Frenchie” Bourque. Be sure to treat yourself to this small band with big presence.

Tickets only $15 at the door.

September 26th~ “Colonial Past; Sustainable Future?” with Chris Benjamin. 6:30 pm at Tata Library. With a background in commerce and environmental studies, plus years of travel experience, Chris brings a fresh and unique perspective to the question of sustainability.

September 29th~  Grace Jollimore Joyce Performing Arts Centre presents Tomáš Kubínek – Miracle Man.    Tomáš Kubínek is a comic genius, virtuoso vaudevillian, and all-round charmer who gives audiences an utterly joyous experience they’ll remember for a lifetime. With appearances in over 30 countries Mr. Kubínek has won the hearts of thousands in theaters, opera houses, television specials, on Broadway, and at international festivals of culture. Transcending categorization, his work leaves audiences clutching their sides with laughter, breathless, and madly in love. Tickets $25 at Fulton’s Pharmacy in Tatamagouche and at the door and www.gracejollymore.com

September 30th~ Grace Jollimore Joyce Performing Arts Centre presents Valdy in Concert!    Valdy has been part of the fabric of Canadian pop and folk music for over 34 years. He’s a singer, guitarist and songwriter who catches the small but telling moments that make up life. Remembered for Play Me a Rock and Roll Song, Valdy has sold almost half a million copies of his 13 albums, has two Juno Awards (Folk Singer of the Year and Folk Entertainer of the Year), a total of seven Juno nominations and four Gold albums to his credit. Tickets $25. Available at Fulton’s Pharmacy, at The Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre and online.

September 30th~ Movie: The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel.  Tata Library. 2:00 pm-3:30 pm. Sponsored by Tatamagouche Pastoral Charge.

 

 

OCTOBER 

Card parties every Thursday evening at Roach Hall 45’s and crib. Time: 7:30pm. $3 with light lunch provided and 50/50 draw.Everyone welcome. Come join old friends and make new ones. More info: Contact sherrilbenoit@gmail.com  

West New Annan Community Church meets every Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at the Tatamagouche Library. Everyone is welcome. 

Chair Exercise!! Roach Hall, 170 Blair Ave., TatamagoucheMonday, Wednesday and Thursday9-10:30am. Free to all community seniors.
Let’s celebrate the arrival of spring.  More info: contact  sherrilbenoit@gmail.com

Card parties every Wednesday night at the Warwick Mountain Rec Club, 554 Warwick Mountain Road. Weather permitting. Admission $3.00. Door prize and 50/50. Shared lunch. Everyone welcome. Funds for Hall maintenance.

October 1st~ Bus tour! Tour Seafoam Lavender, Caldera Distillery, and Jost Winery. $12.00 per person, which includes lunch at Jost.  Departs Roach Hall at 9:00 am. Pre-register with Pierre at 902-305-0742. Sponsored by The North Shore Seniors Organization, Tatamagouche Library, Community Health Board and Colchester County.

October 2nd~ Escape Room-Time Warp. Tatamagouche Library. 10:00 am-11:00 am  Given clues, you and your team will try to solve a mystery before time runs out. A fun activity to do with a group of 6-10 people. Call to save a spot! Pre-register at 902 657-3064. Sponsored by The North Shore Seniors Organization, Tatamagouche Library, Community Health Board and Colchester County.

October 2nd~ Box Decorating at Tatamagouche Library. 2:00 pm-3:30 pm.  Tatamagouche Library. Decorate boxes for the Box Lunch Social. Boxes and supplies provided but bring special embellishments if you’d like. Drop in. No registration necessary. Sponsored by The North Shore Seniors Organization, Tatamagouche Library, Community Health Board and Colchester County.

October 3rd~ Tour of Margaret Fawcett Norrie Heritage Centre and Creamery Square-North Shore Archives. 10:00 am-11:30 am. Creamery Square. Learn about local history and find out what the Archives can do for you! Pre-register at 902 364-3064. Sponsored by The North Shore Seniors Organization, Tatamagouche Library, Community Health Board and Colchester County.

October 3rd~ Volunteer Workshop. 1:00 pm-2:30 pm. Tata Library. Carole Jones will talk about the changing trends in volunteering and lead a discussion on how to become a more effective community volunteer. Drop in. Sponsored by The North Shore Seniors Organization, Tatamagouche Library, Community Health Board and Colchester County.

October 5th~ Tote Bag Painting. Design and paint a personalized tote bag. All supplies provided. 1:00 pm-2:30 pm. Tata Library. Pre-register at 902 657-3064. Sponsored by The North Shore Seniors Organization, Tatamagouche Library, Community Health Board and Colchester County.

October 6th~  Box Lunch Social. Roach Hall. 12:00 pm (noon) -3:00 pm. Drop in. Box lunch auction. Skits by Gary Blackwood. Music by Curtis and Winnie MacKinnon.   Sponsored by The North Shore Seniors Organization, Tatamagouche Library, Community Health Board and Colchester County.

October 13th ~  Grace Jollimore Joyce Performing Arts Centre presents  Jimmy the Janitor in concert.   Sandy Gillis is a native Cape Bretoner now living in Prince Edward Island. After 25 years in broadcasting he retired as partner and an Operating Director of the Maritime Broadcasting System to pursue his “funny business” as comedian “Jimmy the Janitor”. The jovial janitor has 11 CD’S to date, a successful nationally syndicated radio show, many comedy appearances on CBC Radio-TV and the Comedy Network, is a founding member of “Late Night Live”, the Hub Cap Comedy Review, has one movie under his belt, was a principal player in the TV series “Daring and Grace” and performs at conferences and theatres in Canada and the United States. On his more serious side, Sandy is also a former United Way Campaign Chairman, Past Chairman of the Scottish Association, a former Director of the East Coast Music Association, past Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce and past Chairman of the Friends of the Moncton Hospital Foundation. Sandy has also been the Chamber of Commerce Volunteer of the Year in 1998, 2001 and 2016. Sandy and wife Kathy have five pretty much grown up children, and three grandchildren.  Tickets: $25.00

October

20 Responses to Community Calendar

  1. vicki delaney says:

    I do really appreciate this site. No spam on here. Thanks for keeping it so organized.

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  2. Trish Rubin says:

    Would be missing lots of good Village and area news without this site. Thanks!

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  3. Kathy Kenrick says:

    Great site with great community info. Glad it’s being edited, monitored and is not a site for individuals to advertise their own businesses, complain, or just post incessantly.

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  4. Hanna HUNZIKER says:

    Excellent tool for organizing my life. Thank you!

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  5. Bain Bois says:

    we have an event happening July 15th & 16th in Marshville NS on Wildflower Lane
    BAINFEST 2016, music both days ranging from
    Johnny Cash [Rusty Cage 4pm – 6pm] to
    CCR [Touch of Grey 2pm – 4pm] to
    Celtic [Men with Issues 6pm – 8pm] to
    Classic Rock & Blues [BAREFOOT both nights 9pm till 1am] to
    Folk music [Leona Burkey 8pm – 9:30pm]

    $25 for the weekend bracelet or $15 for Saturday

    any questions please feel free to call 902-440-0803
    Bain

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    • Colette Pettis says:

      Hello! I know this post is from 2016, but my family (Williams/Pettis)
      Are coming to Tatamagouche in the summer and was wondering if there is a 2018 calendar of events?

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      • Bain says:

        Bainfest is July 20-21
        At 18 Wildflower Lane
        Mellotones Christine Campbell Frank MacKay Sam Moon
        Tribute Minglewood to name a few

        More info at 902-440-0803
        Bain

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      • Colette Pettis says:

        Is anything happening the week of August 17th?

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  6. Kathy says:

    When is the Tatamagouche firemens flea market ?

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  7. Linda LSWAN says:

    No Classial Music this summer?

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  8. Michelle says:

    Can you tell me if there are any events happening the week of July 10th. We’ll be in the area visiting and would love to go to some community events.

    Thanks!

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  9. Thank you very much. Our visitors are coming from the Chicago, Virginia, BC, Que, Ont & NS this year. This is a wonderful site for both family and guests who need to be in the “know” so they can get out there and experience this great community.

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  10. Judi says:

    Will there be a Grandmothers to Grandmothers “Fabric and Yarn” sale this year?

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  11. Barbara Meagher says:

    Is the firemans yard sale being held this year, 2018?

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