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June 1st~ Exhibition of Vibrant Plyatism Works by artist Ian Fraser ~ at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre. June 1st-June 25th. Reception: June 1st at 7:00 p.m.
June~ Fun in the Sun Day Camps. through the Colchester Rec Dept. Register after May 28th by contacting Colch Rec Dept at 902 897-3185. August 14th-18th at Nelson Park- Tatamagouche. ” Trailblazer Camp”. email@example.com
Registration for July Soccer Camp at Tata Centre: Sunrise Coast Camp: a soccer and multi-sport camp for athletes on Nova Scotia’s Sunrise Coast. Athletes 6 to 12 are invited to join our licensed and experienced soccer coaches and our awesome youth leaders for a fun soccer and multi-sport camp at the Tatamagouche Centre July 10 to 13.The camp cost is $125, taxes included, and includes a camp t-shirt. Camp leaders are Shawn George, a National A License soccer coach from Pictou, and Laoghan Hendra, C License soccer coach from Amherst. Parents and athletes can register by visiting www.cumberlandsc.ca
Please email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
June 14th~ The Central Nova Women’s Resource Centre is pleased to announce the upcoming Girl Power Camp taking place at the Fraser Cultural Center in Tatamagouche from August 8-11. There are 15 available spots for girls ages 8-11. The regular cost of the four-day camp is $60. The camp focuses on building healthy relationships, boosting self-esteem and helping young girls grow into positive role models. There is also a Junior Leadership program launching this year! Girls ages 12-15 are invited to volunteer at our camps. We offer 3 days of leadership and facilitation training at the Truro Library on June 24th, 28th and 29th. All inquiries can be sent to: email@example.com
June 23rd~ BBQ/Bake Sale/Yard sale: Scotiabank, Tatamagouche. 11:00-1:30 . All proceeds will be matched by Scotiabank and will go towards maintenance of Lockerby Cemetery.
June 24th ~ Queen of Hearts @ Royal Canadian Legion, Tatamagouche ~ Buy your tickets between 2:00 pm and 4:00 pm. Draw is held at 4:15 pm. Must be present to win.
June 30th- July 2nd~ School Memories Weekend Friday June 30th Supper –Legion 5:00-7:00. Meet and Greet/Wine and Cheese NCHS 7:00-9:00 Fireworks- Nelson Park time dusk
June 30th~ Fund raising B.B.Q. in support of the North Shore Archives. Scotiabank on Main Street Tatamagouche. All funds raised will be matched by Scotiabank so come and support the great work that these volunteers do in researching and preserving our local historical and cultural heritage. BBQ:10:30 -1:30 p.m. , sidewalk sale: 9:00 -1:30)
June 30th~ Friday Night Social at Royal Canadian Legion in Tatamagouche. 5:00 p.m. until sold out. Barbecue and dessert – $7.00. Everyone welcome.
June 30th- July 2nd~ Gathering of the Clans weekend in Pugwash, including the Tall Ships!!!! Stay tuned to this site for more info as it becomes available.
July 1st~ Former Lieutenant Governor, Mayann Francis will be at the Canada Day Celebrations at Creamery Square. Please join her and enjoy a reading from her book- Mayann’s Train Ride. 11:00 a.m. at the Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre. Free Admission.
July 1st~ School Memories Weekend: (con’t) Yoga 9:00 Community Field (weather permitting) Alternate site will be Tata Elem. School.
Ford Drive One 9:00-5:00
Family activities in connection with Creamery Square Canada Day Activities 11:00-12:00
-May Ann Francis reading from May Ann’s Train Ride, Contest winners reading, train themed children’s activities. Music and food supplied by Creamery Square
Open Houses both schools 2:00-4:00
-Displays etc. in gym-TES
-“Decade rooms” NCHS
7:30-9:00 Old Time Music
Sunday July 2nd~ Yoga 9:00 am. Community Field (weather permitting) Alternate site will be Tata Elem. School.
Ecumenical Church Service 11:00 Sharon United Church Rev . Penny Nelson. Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/SchoolMemoriesWeekend
Publicity: Kristin Hirtle (The Light) Tami Grace (posters, banners etc.)
July 2nd~ Open Mic – 2-5p.m. Warwick Mountain rec. Club. Local talent; door prize, 50/50 draw; free will Donation; canteen available; everyone welcome.
July 3rd~ Word Play 1:30-3:30 p.m. at Mable Murples Book Shoppe and Dreamery in River John. (In case of Rain, will be at River John Fire Hall) Books, music, crafts, activities, shawl dancers. Meet the authors, Alan Syliboy and Marie-Louise Gay. Free admission.
July 8th~ Hazardous waste drop off at Clean Harbours. 640 MacElmon Road. Debert. Exit 13, Highway 104. 9:00 am-1:00 pm. Free for residents of Colchester County. Other dates: August 12th, September 9th, October 14th, November 4th.
July 8th~ Read by the Sea. Royal Canadian Legion in River John. 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Free Admission. Featuring authors: Christy Ann Conlin, Dean Jobb, Lesley Crewe, Terry Fallis.
July 10th-13th~ Sunrise Coast Camp: a soccer and multi-sport camp for athletes on Nova Scotia’s Sunrise Coast. Athletes 6 to 12 are invited to join our licensed and experienced soccer coaches and our awesome youth leaders for a fun soccer and multi-sport camp at the Tatamagouche Centre July 10 to 13.The camp cost is $125, taxes included, and includes a camp t-shirt. Camp leaders are Shawn George, a National A License soccer coach from Pictou, and Laoghan Hendra, C License soccer coach from Amherst. Parents and athletes can register by visiting www.cumberlandsc.ca
Please email questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
July 12th ~ Annual Strawberry Fest ~ The Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will be holding their Annual Strawberry Fest on Wednesday, July 12th 2017 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. or until sold out at the Tatamagouche Fire Hall. A very generous strawberry shortcake is $7 for adults and $4 for children 12 years and under. Sandwiches will also be available for $3. Take Out or Local Delivery call 902-657-2321. There will be a Bake Sale with proceeds matched by Scotiabank, a New to You Table and a 50/50 draw. We look forward to seeing you there.
July 21 & 22 ~ Bainfest 2017 ~ Wildflower Lane, between Tatamagouche and River John on the Ocean, under the big top ten, rain or shine. Nine bands throughout the weekend including ‘The Mellotones” and Jim Henman, co-founder of April Wine. $50 for a weekend pass, free camping, Route 6 Food Truck on site and ice sold on site. Limited tickets sold. For more information call 902-440-0803.