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September 2nd~Labour Day festivities will feature a STREET PARADE starting at 12 NOON beginning at the Junction of Highways 6 and 311 (Home Hardware). We are asking community organizations, businesses and individuals to enter floats, antique cars, horses, bikes, clowns or anything unique that will make this one of our best parades ever. We are once again proud to have the HeatherBell Pipe Band march through Main Street to the Foodland Parking lot, where parade entrants will be judged and awarded prizes. Don’t forget to get your tickets for our very popular 50/50 Draw that will be sold by members on Monday morning. Draw to be held Monday afternoon at the Fire Hall. There will be carnival games of chance, Hot Dogs, Fries, Corn-on-the-Cob, Cotton candy, an on site dunk tank, plus so much more.
September 2nd~ As part of the Tatamagouche Fire Department Picnic Parade, The Old Time Fiddlers will join other high class entertainment on Monday afternoon in the Fire Hall (Church St. entrance) at 2 pm until 4 pm
September 2nd~ A delicious Baked Bean and Salad supper will be served at the Tatamagouche Legion at 4:30 pm. The Cost is $8 for adults and $5 for children. Those wishing to drop off items for the meal such as salads (cooked potatoes/eggs), salad dressing, baked beans, bread, pickles, or desserts (cookies/squares) it would be appreciated if these could be dropped off at the Legion early Monday afternoon. Anyone offering to help in preparing the meal is more than welcome to join others at the Tatamagouche Legion after 2:30 pm.
September 4th – Card Party
Warwick Mtn Rec Club Card Party Aug 21st 7 pm. $3 admission,shared lunch, 50/50,door prize, prizes for highest score.
September 7th – Soap Making
Soap Making workshop with Guy from Blue Cabin Naturals Products. Workshops will taking place at various times at the Sutherland Steam Mill Museum located in Denmark NS [3169 Hwy 326]. For details or to register visit Guy’s website: https://bluecabinnaturalproducts.com/soap-making-workshops
September 10th – Climate Crisis
Climate Crisis: Issues and Solutions Tuesday, Sept. 10th, 7 pm Tatamagouche Library Presenter: Stephen, Climate Reality leader trained by Al Gore. All welcome. No charge. Presented by the Council of Canadians, North Shore Chapter
September 10th & 11th – Mental Health First Aid
As an important employer within the Colchester Region, I am inviting you to attain Mental Health First Aid that we are offering (free!) on Tuesday, September 10th and Wednesday, September 11th at our Nova Scotia Works Centre, 229 Main Street in Tatamagouche. The course will run 9:00 am – 4:00 pm daily, with lunch included! Just as physical first aid is administered to an injured person before medical treatment can be obtained, MHFA is given until appropriate treatment is found or until the crisis is resolved. Employers who set a strategic direction for improving mental health are rewarded with dramatic cost and effectiveness benefits, enjoying significant and sustainable enhancements in: productivity, cost savings due to disability and absenteeism, recruitment & retention, conflict reduction and overall operational success. I have attached more information provided by the Mental Health Commission of Canada that highlights the Key Outcomes and Program Overview. Spaces are limited! Please email me directly if you have any questions or would like to register to save your seat. Due to the limited number of seats available, we are required to limit registration to one individual per business. Would love to see you there!
September 11th – Girl Guides
Girl Guides of Canada Wednesday September 11th 5:30-6:30, Wallace Elementary School(use the back door). All girls are welcome to join Girl Guides. Bring a parent Sept 11th. Register anytime online at www.girlguides.ca.
For more info call Mary 902 257-2468
September 11th – Card Party
Warwick. Mtn.Rec.Club- Sept 11th-card party — 7 pm
shared lunch, 50/50, $3 admission, high score prizes, travelling prize
Evening of food ,fun and friends
September 12th – Open Mic
Once again, here comes some good old local entertainment. Time to get some tunes ready and bring your friends to Open Mic Night At The Grace. Thursday, September 12, 7:00 pm. Free Will Offering. Bar Available
September 14th~ “Murder on Ice “ at the Wentworth Recreation Centre. Doors Open at 6:00 pm. Show starts at 7:00 pm. A murderous tale of passion, poison, and ….Hockey!!! Tickets for a great evening of food and entertainment . Tickets: In advance-$30.00. At the door: $35.00. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org Lasagna, garlic bread, dessert, bar service.
September 15th – Jamboree
Warwick Mtn.Rec.Club –Sept.15th –Jamboree. 6:30– 9 pm
$5 admission ,lunch provided,50/50, door prize.
Featuring Wayne Elliot and Friends, Omer and Sylvia Mattieu, Dale Munroe
September 15th – Open Farm Day
We will be taking part in Open Farm again this year! RAIN OR SHINE! With provincial there is NO admissions fee, however to help cover costs of the event we will have a sales table set up of fresh farm products and goodies as well as a barbecue! Farm tours/Wagon Rides/Petting area are FREE of course. The farm table accepts cash, debit and credit. Face paint is CASH only. Porta-potty will be on site. Sullivan’s Family Farm, 311 Nuttby. 11 am
October 25th~ The Barra MacNeils in concert at the Wentworth Recreation Centre. Start: 8:00 pm. Canteen and bar service. Regular tickets: Advance: $35.00 At door: $40.00. VIP: $45.00. Tickets: Call 902 899-3634.