Community Calendar

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*Note – The quicker you get your information into us, the quicker we will get it on the site.


Tatamagouche Parent and Tot Playgroup. A free and fun social and playtime for parents and children aged 0-6. Every Thursday (Sept-June) 10:00 am-11:30 am at the Tatamagouche FireHall. For more info, please call 902 895-0200. No registration required. Sponsored by Maggie’s Place. A Resource Centre for Families. 

November 27th~ Warwick Mtn.Rec.Club. 7pm, Shared lunch, Travelling prize,high score prizes, $3 admission,50/50 , Plunger Award.An evening of food and fun.

November 28th~ North Shore Seniors  Invites you to play euchre 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month Roach Hall, Hills of Annand  (Tata) 7 pm  Beginners welcome

November 29th to December 1st ~ Festival of Trees ~ At the Fraser Cultural Centre. Opening Friday, November 29th at 6:30 pm.  Open for viewing November 30th and December 1st from 10 am to 3 pm.

November 30th~ Join  Jonny Bartlett and Jamie Foote at Tata Brew, November 30th at 1 pm.

November 30 from 7-8:30 p.m ~ Book Launch at the Fraser Cultural Centre, Tatamagouche.  Magi Nams, writing as Katie Ardea, will introduce her debut novel, Braver Than You Know, a contemporary love story with a breath of fresh air, a whisper of grace, and an enthralling taste of suspense. The evening will include readings, book signings, light refreshments, and live music by The Carline Sisters Violin&cell duo. The event is free and open to all.

November 30th ~ The Ice House Sessions Presents: Steve Mustain ~ 7:00 PM @ Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre ~ Joining us at the Grace on Saturday, November 30th, the Ice House Sessions is proud to announce Steve Mustain! Steve joins us as straight off the release of his new album, This Ain’t Paradise.
This Ain’t Paradise, is an enticing weave of guitar artistry and poetic lyrics as equally balanced elements. Music that is rhythmic and lively yet intertwined with tender, spacious beauty.
Steve’s music represents a lifetime of exploration, beginning with 60’s/70’s rock and R&B, followed by traditional folk and blues, then morphing into serious study of classical guitar, composition, jazz and world music. This alchemy of styles creates a rare depth and richness in his live performance.
All Ice House Sessions are all ages and open to the public. There is no cover charge. Only requirement at the door is good cheer.



Adult skating. Monday, Wednesday, Friday from 11:00 am-1:00 pm. $3.00 a person. Coffee supplied!! Come and meet some new friends and get some exercise at the same time. 

Tatamagouche Parent and Tot Playgroup. A free and fun social and playtime for parents and children aged 0-6. Every Thursday (Sept-June) 10:00 am-11:30 am at the Tatamagouche FireHall. For more info, please call 902 895-0200. No registration required. Sponsored by Maggie’s Place. A Resource Centre for Families. 

December 4th~ Card PartyWarwick Mtn. Rec. Club.  7 pm  Shared lunch, 50/50, travelling prize,prizes for highest score,Plunger Award.$3 admission. Hope to see you there. 

December 5th~  from 3 to 4:30 pm at the Fraser 363 Main Street Tatamagouche.  A Pocket of Time.  Words by Rita Wilson.  Art by Emma Fitzgerald  Elizabeth Bishop (1911-1979) grew up to become a famous poet, but before that, she was a little girl who lived with her Gammie and Pa in Great Village, Nova Scotia.  It was there that Bishop learned to walk, to read, to write, to sing hymns, and to catch bumblebees in foxglove flowers.  It was there she first went to school and, when she was five, where her mother left and never returned.  A love letter to words, A Pocket of Time is a lesson for young readers in finding the poetry in everything.  Special fun is planned for younger ages.

December 5th ~ Dave Gunning & JP Cormier: Christmas Show ~ 7:30 pm @ Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre ~ Tickets $30, and available online or at the box office.

December 7th ~ Razzmatazz at the Grace ~ 2:00 pm @ Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre ~ We are thrilled to announce that, in cohorts with Razzmatazz, we are offering an open afternoon for children and families of the village. The afternoon will be filled with interactive music and fun from one of Canada’s premiere children’s performers. Sandy and Thomas have performed all over North America and have had their videos featured on Sesame Street!
The music starts at 2:00pm with snacks and refreshments for the kids after at 4:00pm! The entire event is by donation only–the most important thing is you come out and enjoy an afternoon with your kids!

December 7th ~ Annual Christmas Parade ~ 6:00 pm

December 7th~ Drew Polegato at TataBrew. Drew is a multi-instrumentalist/singer who has been performing as a solo act and with bands like, Derailed 2.0 throughout the Maritimes over the last decade!  As Always this is a free event, everyone welcome. Tata brew 1-4 pm

December 7th~ The morning was damp but growing warmer. It felt like I had just woke up from a long hibernation. I walked outside and stood, stretching on the dew-filled grass. In the distance I could hear a beat that sounded like it had been playing forever but was still brand new. I heard the wailing of a guitar so perfect it was melting the Ice House. I looked down and I was covered in dark brown fur. I lifted my hands to see claws. I knelt down over a puddle and looked at my reflection: a firm, hair covered head with jaws like an oversized piranha. “It’s finally happened,” I muttered.  In the dawn heir, I had the right to bear.   Let your inner roar out on December 7th 7:30 pm-10:30 pm The Dawn Heirs. In the Ice House. Grace Jollymore. Your hibernation is just beginning.  All welcome.
No cover. No hunting.

December 7th ~ “This Shining Night” ~ 7:30 pm ~ Annual Christmas Concert, presented by the Tatamagouche Area Singers with Artistic Director Bette-Joan Pring & Collaborative Pianist, Sandra Somers.  Admission is $10/person, children 12 & under are free.  Doors will open following the Christmas Parade.

December 8th~ Christmas Craft Sale. Christmas craft sale, former River John school, Dec 8th 1-4 pm.  $5 for pie tea/coffee or $2 at the door.  If anyone is interested in a table please call 902 351-2981.  Crafts, baked goods, personalized crafts, wreaths, home businesses.  Come make some extra Christmas money or come shop!

December 12th ~ Christmas Open House @ Tatamagouche Library ~ 1 pm to 5 pm ~ Celebrate the season with sweets, refreshments, live music, crafts and virtual reality!

December 31st ~ The Future is 20/20: A New Year’s Eve Speakeasy at the Grace ~ 7:30 pm to 2:00 am @ Grace Jollymore Joyce Arts Centre ~ The future is 20/20. Clarify your vision for the new year at the Grace Jollymore Joyce. We are setting the theatre up as Tatamagouche’s own first 1920s speakeasy, so get your best flapper dress, your most dapper tie, and your favourite dancing shoes out to ring in the 1920 centennial properly.
The evening will provide a bar, live DJs, a champagne toast at midnight, a dance floor, a lounge, and there’s still more to come.
Keep you eyes peeled (and checked by a certified optometrist) for more exciting fun this coming New Years Eve!
All proceeds go to the Grace Jollymore Joyce.  This event is welcome to all those 19+.
Our theatre and gallery are all accessible.
$20 a ticket. Limited quantity. Tickets available at the box office or by clicking here.


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.


  2. Trish Rubin says:

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


  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.


  4. Hanna HUNZIKER says:

    Excellent tool for organizing my life. Thank you!


  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


    • 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?


      • 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


      • Colette Pettis says:

        Is anything happening the week of August 17th?


  6. Kathy says:

    When is the Tatamagouche firemens flea market ?


  7. Linda LSWAN says:

    No Classial Music this summer?


  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.



  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.


  10. Judi says:

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


  11. Barbara Meagher says:

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


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