• Indoor Flea Market

    Indoor Flea Market at St John's Church Hall, Necum Teuch, Highway #7, from 9am-1pm. There will be baked goods, toys, clothing, books, cd's, tapes, games, dishes and more. Dates: SAT. MAY 13 SAT. JUNE 10 JULY 8 AUGUST 12 SEPTEMBER 9 OCTOBER 14 To book a table, contact Helen at 902-347-2182
  • Cruise in Nights - Every Thursday night

    Cruise in Nights start Thursday, May 25 at Creative Auto Images, 183 Picto Road from 6pm to 8pm. This is for classic, tuners, exotics, bikes and lifted trucks. These vehicles are welcome to the event, held every Thursday evening this summer. There will be a prize drawn every week for anyone that brings a vehicle to show at these events. These events are open to the public to come enjoy at no entry cost.
  • Sunday in the Park Concert Series – 2-4pm at Victoria Park

    Sunday in the Park Concert Series – 2-4pm at Victoria Park For ten years, hundreds of people have gathered at the J. Arch Fraser bandshell to enjoy the Sunday in the Park Concert Series, presented by Truro Parks, Recreation and Culture. Each Sunday from the middle of June until Labour Day weekend in September, people of all ages enjoy live entertainment from 2:00 - 4:00 pm. June 18 | Bob & CJ Prest June 25 | Alycia Putnam & Family July 2 | Gordie & Ben Tucker (2pm) Greg Langille & Nikki MacCallum (3pm) July 9 | Gary Webb (2pm) Jeannie Fraser (3pm) July 16 | Island Boys July 23 | Witchitaw July 30 | Julie Johnstone & Friends August 6 | Andy LeBlanc & Friends August 7 (Civic Holiday) | Truro Concert Band (12:30pm) Gordie Tucker & Tim Bowers (2pm) Free Wheeling (3pm) August 13 | Jim Aylward August 20 | Paul Randy Mingo August 27 | Stoney Ridge (2pm) Ron & Dianne O'Brien (3pm) Labour Day Weekend - September 2 | Billy Pitts & Group Unit (2pm) She & I: Craig & Mandy (3pm) September 3 | Craig Richard (2pm) Darcy Doucette (3pm) September 4 | Mike Mattocks (12pm) Bev Gilling (1:15pm) Jim Richards & Rusty Cage (2:30pm)
  • Starting a Ladies 7aside Soccer Group

    Starting a Ladies 7aside Soccer Group. All ages over 25 are welcome. All levels of skill welcome. Beginner friendly. Dont worry if you don't know the game or haven't played before..chance to get out and have fun. Great excercise. They will be playing at Timbits field off Park Street on Sunday's from 3:30 till 4:30. Should show up 15 minutes before. Just bring soccer cleats and shin pads and socks and dress for weather. Starting Sunday, June 18th üntil September. You can call Holly at 902 986 9919 or go on face book to Truro and area ladies 7aside soccer. Or just show up!! No charge to play. Get out and be active and make some new friends. Great group of women of all ages !
  • Girl Power - Empowerment Camps for Girls

    Girl Power - Empowerment Camps for Girls sponsored by the Central Nova Women's Resource Centre, 67 Dominion Street, Truro. Camp locations: Truro July 4-7 Bible Hill July 10-14 Maitland July 17-21 Masstown July 24-28 Brookfield July 31 - Aug. 4 Tatamagouche Aug. 8-11 Truro Aug. 14-18 Registration: $75 per week ($60 for 4 day week)
  • Indoor Flea Market Every Saturday

    Indoor Flea Market going every Saturday starting July 8 from 8am to 4pm at Truro Lions Club, 1100 Prince Street.
  • Wentworth Baptist Church Open Air Sunday's

    Wentworth Baptist Church invites you to their outdoor " Open Air Sunday’s" July and August at 7 p.m. at the Wentworth Provincial Park (rain location is at the church) beginning July 9th. Enjoy great music.
  • Movie Nights in Victoria Park

    Movie Nights in Victoria Park Each summer, Truro Parks Recreation and Culture hosts mid-summer Movie Nights in Victoria Park. A popular attraction for locals and tourists alike, the movies are shown on a 20 foot screen at the park's J. Arch Fraser Bandshell. Hundreds of people gather each year to take in classic, new and family friendly movies, while enjoying complimentary popcorn and fresh summer air. Movies: 9pm at Victoria Park July 21 – The Breakfast Club 9pm at Victoria Park July 28 – Canadian Bacon August 4 – A Series of Unfortunate Events August 11 – The Little Prince – Sponsored by Big Brothers Big Sister of Colchester August 18 - Labyrinth FREE admission! Complimentary popcorn! Bring your own chair Rain Location: Douglas Street Recreation Centre
  • August Events at the Truro Public Library

    August Events at the Truro Public Library Heroes and Adventurers AUG 1 - Role-playing game night, Truro Public Library from 5:30 ¬ 8 p.m.; we provide the supplies.. Film Series AUG 2 - Classic film screening at Truro Public Library, 1:30 pm. For movie title call 902-895-4183 or visit our website at lovemylibrary.ca Needlework Drop-in AUG 3 - Truro Public Library, 3 - 4:30 p.m.; work on needlework crafts; bring a project, or help knit a community project. Basic knitting, crochet instruction available. Ages 8 and up. Heroes and Adventurers AUG 8 - Role-playing game night, Truro Public Library from 5:30 ¬ 8 p.m.; we provide the supplies. Coloring for Adults AUG 10 - Color at Truro Public Library, 2:30 ¬ 3:30 p.m. Supplies provided, or bring your own. Pre-registration required: 902-895-4183. Needlework Drop-in AUG 10 - Truro Public Library, 3 - 4:30 p.m.; work on needlework crafts; bring a project, or help knit a community project. Basic knitting, crochet instruction available. Ages 8 and up. Heroes and Adventurers AUG 15 - Role-playing game night, Truro Public Library from 5:30 ¬ 8 p.m.; we provide the supplies. Lego for Adults AUG 16 - Adults, drop in at the Truro Public Library from 10:30 - 11:30 am to play with Lego! Film Series AUG 16 -Documentary film screening at Truro Public Library, 1:30 pm. For movie title call 902-895-4183 or visit our website at lovemylibrary.ca Needlework Drop-in AUG 17 - Truro Public Library, 3 - 4:30 p.m.; work on needlework crafts; bring a project, or help knit a community project. Basic knitting, crochet instruction available. Ages 8 and up. Mask Making AUG 19 - Free mask making program for adults at the Truro Public Library from 2:30 - 3:30 pm. Pre-registration required: 902-895-4183. Scrabble AUG 21- Non-competitive Scrabble, 2 - 4:30 p.m. at Truro Public Library with rotation each game. Dictionaries and cheat sheets permitted. Heroes and Adventurers AUG 22 - Role-playing game night, Truro Public Library from 5:30 ¬ 8 p.m.; we provide the supplies. Adult Collage Craft AUG 24 - Collage craft for adults at the Truro Public Library from 10:30 - 11:30 am. Pre-registration required: 902-895-4183. Needlework Drop-in AUG 24 - Truro Public Library, 3 - 4:30 p.m.; work on needlework crafts; bring a project, or help knit a community project. Basic knitting, crochet instruction available. Ages 8 and up. Monthly Matinee AUG 28 - Movie for adults age 50 and older, at Truro Public Library, 1:30 p.m.; beverages provided; for movie title call 902-895-4183 or visit lovemylibrary.ca Heroes and Adventurers AUG 29 - Role-playing game night, Truro Public Library from 5:30 ¬ 8 p.m.; we provide the supplies. Film Series AUG 30 - Foreign film screening at Truro Public Library, 1:30 pm. For movie title call 902-895-4183 or visit our website at lovemylibrary.ca Needlework Drop-in AUG 31 - Truro Public Library, 3 - 4:30 p.m.; work on needlework crafts; bring a project, or help knit a community project. Basic knitting, crochet instruction available. Ages 8 and up
  • Cobequid Trail Run

    Registration is now open for Colchester County's popular Cobequid Trail Run. The annual event hosted by Colchester County's Recreation Services will feature a 5K, 10K and Half Marathon on Sunday, August 27th. Registration is available online at www.raceroster.com This is a Race Roster Timing Event, with a chip start and chip finish. Information is also available online at: www.colchester.ca/colchester-cobequid-trail-run.
  • Cougar Volleyball Camp - Fee Spots Available

    There are still a few spots available for the Cougar Volleyball Camp which is scheduled for August 28th to August 31st. This camp is for boys and girls- Grades 3-9 and runs from 9:00 to 4:00 each day. Camp fees are $100/camper with family rates of $140 for two and $170 for three. Please contact Bob Piers at 902-897-1997 for more information.
  • 11th Annual Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Bike Tour/Walk/Run

    "Only 7% of Canadians will survive pancreatic cancer, but awareness and support can change this. Craig's Cause Pancreatic Cancer Society is proud to host the 11th Annual Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Bike Tour/Walk/Run at Porters Lake Provincial Park on Saturday, September 30th. Register at www.craigscause.ca and help change this statistic!"
  • Local Army Cadet Corp fundraising

    Local Army Cadet Corp are fundraising through the Subway Bottle Exchange in Bible Hill. It's easy to help this great group of kids. When you return your recyclables, ask them to put your refund towards the Army Cadet account! It's that simply.
  • Colchester County 4-H Council is throwing the barn doors open!

    The Colchester County 4-H Council is throwing the barn doors open on Thursday August 17th for a "Boots 'n Heels Brunch". Starting at 11:00 am, 4-H members and leaders invite everyone to visit the 4-H barn on the NSPE grounds to learn about exciting plans for expanding the facility. This complimentary brunch is the kick-start to a fundraising campaign to supplement government & municipal funding and 4-H members will be accepting donations toward the project.
  • KARAOKE FOR A CAUSE

    Stop by the Marigold on Friday, August 18th in support of KARAOKE FOR A CAUSE. Only $2 a song! Come for an afternoon of fun, food - thanks to their special guests WAFFLES ON MY MIND - and a full selection of all your favourite tunes. All proceeds will go to the Canadian Mental Health Association's Colchester East-Hants branch.
  • 6th Annual Joe Walsh Memorial Golf Tournament

    6th Annual Joe Walsh Memorial Golf Tournament to be held on Friday, August 18th at the Mountain Golf and Country Club. Shot gun start at 1pm. Entry fee for a team of 4 is $400, individual $100 and includes roast beef dinner and prizes. Register on line at: icc-truro-org. Winner of Hole in One SUV Truro Nissan.
  • St. David's Quilters and Rug Hookers of Northern Nova Scotia Sale

    The St. David's Quilters and Rug Hookers of Northern Nova Scotia will be hosting a sale of quilts, hooked rugs and smaller hooked and sewn items on Friday Aug. 18th from 9 - 5 and Saturday August 19th from 9 - 4 at St. David's United Church; located on the corner of Pictou Rd. and St. David's Ave. in Bible Hill, NS. The large quilts will be displayed on the pews in the stained glass sanctuary and the rugs and smaller sewn items are in the lower level of the church. Also on the lower level is a complimentary Blueberry Tea room. Admission to the sale is $5.00.
  • Pugwash Fire Department Mackerel Fishing Tournament

    Pugwash Fire Department Mackerel Fishing Tournament will be held on Saturday, August 19 and Sunday, August 20th. Registration is at the Fire Station from 6:30am to 10am on both days. Prize draws on Sunday following the final weigh ins at Eaton Park. Fishing poles, fishing gear, camp chairs and many more prizes. Weigh in are at the Eaton Park stage Saturday and Sunday from 3:30pm to 4:30pm.
  • Truro Kids Triathlon

    The Truro Kids Triathlon is a Triathlon Nova Scotia sanctioned event. They are also proud to partner with The Town of Truro Parks and Recreation (who also operates the Victoria Park Pool) and the Colchester Recreation. gotruro.ca is a volunteer, not for profit group of individuals who focus on safety, participation and fun to get families active in Truro and surrounding area. This event will NOT be timed. If you are looking for timed events check out the Triathlon Nova Scotia Youth Series Events on Saturday August 19, at 8:30 AM - 12 PM at Victoria Park REGISTRATION:
  • Giant Fabric and Yarn Sale - Looking for Donations

    Giant Fabric and Yarn Sale - Looking for Donations Do you have fabric, yarn or unfinished knitted projects that are ready for a new home? Clean out your closets for a good cause. Proceeds from the Tatamagouche Fabric and Yarn Sale will benefit the Grandmothers to Grandmothers Campaign, supporting African grandmothers caring for millions of children orphaned by AIDS. Donations needed by August 6. Contact jane.earle@bellaliant.net or 902-351- 2195 or barbharris48@gmail.com or 902-351-2490. Sale date: Saturday, August 19, 9:30 am to 12:30 pm, Sedgwick Memorial Church, 310 Hwy 6, Tatamagouche. Volunteers to help with set up on Friday, August 18, or with sales on August 19 will be most welcome.
  • Encore in Concert

    Encore in Concert with special guest on Saturday, August 19th at 7pm at the Pugwash Baptist Church. Lunch to follow and bring a friend.
  • Wentworth Wild Blueberry Harvest Festival

    TheWentworth Wild Blueberry Harvest Festival will feature: Car show, Quilt show and sale, Blueberry Café and many local vendors and a Slip n' Slide at the Wentworth Firemen's Recreation Centre on Sunday, August 20th from 9am-3pm. The event is put on by three non-profit organizations in the area, the Wentworth Learning Centre, Wentworth Volunteer Fire Department and the Recreation Centre.
  • 19th Annual Sandcastle Festival

    The Malagash Area Heritage Association is having their 19th Annual Sandcastle Festival on Sunday August 20th at The Blue Sea Beach, 660 Blue Sea Road, Malagash from 11:00 am until 4:00 p.m. Prizes for the most original creations in Commercial, Family, Teen and Under 12 categories. Please call 902-257-2407 for more information.
  • River John Volunteer Fire Department Annual Chicken BBQ

    River John Volunteer Fire Department Annual Chicken BBQ on Saturday, August 20th starting at 12 Noon until sold out. Price: $12.00/Adult, $9.00/Child.
  • Truro Tennis Club presents "Music Under the Lights" with Graham Hooper

    The Truro Tennis Club presents "Music Under the Lights" with Graham Hooper on Tuesday, August 22nd from 6pm to 8:30pm at the Truro Tennis Club House Deck. They will be serving hamburgers and sausages. The cost is donations to the Bright Lights Campaign which is to replace the existing court lights with new, more efficient LED lights.
  • Blueberry Pancake Breakfast

    Blueberry Pancake Breakfast on Wednesday, August 23 from 8-10am at the Colchester Community Workshops, 168 Arthur Street. Only $5.00
  • Film on Green Rights: The Human Right to a Healthy World with film-maker Silver Donald Cameron

    Thursday, August 24 film on Green Rights: The Human Right to a Healthy World with film-maker Silver Donald Cameron. Showing sponsored by the North Shore Council of Canadians Chapter. Film at Tatamagouche Centre, 259 Loop Hwy 6, Tatamagouche, 7pm Discussion with film-maker to follow, no charge. If you are interested in their chapter's work with the Council of Canadians join them at 6:30pm for a brief Annual General Meeting before the film show at 7
  • Spaghetti/Meat Sauce & Blueberry Dessert Church Supper

    A Spaghetti/Meat Sauce & Blueberry Dessert Church Supper will be held on Saturday, August 26th from 4:30pm to 6pm at the Economy Recreation Centre. Adults $10, children 12 and under $5. Take out is available. Sponsored by the Board of Stewards, Economy United Church.
  • Beans, casseroles, potato salad, scalloped potatoes and Blueberry Desserts Supper

    Beans, casseroles, potato salad, scalloped potatoes and Blueberry Desserts Supper on Sunday, August 27th at the Minasville Hall, 3680 Highway 215 from 4-6 pm. Adults $10, children $5 under 5 free.
  • Summer Band Camp at the Redcliff Middle School

    Summer Band Camp at the Redcliff Middle School from Monday, August 28 - Friday, September 1 from 9am to 12noon OR 1pm to 4pm. Does your child want to learn to play a school band instrument or do they play one already? The Ron MacKay Memorial Youth Band Society is hosting a week-long Band Camp at Redcliff Middle School. Beginners (no experience required) from 9:00 - 12:00 each day, or Juniors (1 - 3 years of experience) and Intermediate (4 or more years of experience) from 1:00 - 4:00 each day. Open to any students entering Grades 4 and up. For further info call Elaine MacInnis at 902-956-2708 or email rmyouthband@outlook.com
  • Old Time Dance at the Noel Fire Hall

    Old Time Dance at the Noel Fire Hall on Saturday, September 2nd from 8:30 pm - 12 midnight. Music by Tidal Country with Don Huntley on fiddle. Admission $8, 19 and over. Shared Lunch.
  • Community Block Party

    Community Block Party at 169 Glenwood Drive, Truro on Friday, September 8th from 5pm - 7pm. From 5:00 - 6:30 pm - BBQ, Corn Boil followed by Games & Activities at 6:30 pm - Ball Hockey Game Rain or Shine - People of all Ages Welcome! - No Charge Hosted By John Calvin Christian Reformed Church.
  • Dance at Royal Canadian Legion, Truro

    Dance Saturday, September 9th at the Royal Canadian Legion, 42 Brunswick Street, Truro featuring Frank Lowe and Side Kixx. Frank hosts “Franks Kind of Country” Sunday on Cat County, 99.5FM. The doors open at 7:30pm and the dance from 8:00pm – 11:30pm at the Legion Auditorium. The Cost $8.00 per person. Tickets: Legion Bar, MacQuarries on the Esplande and at the door. Everyone Welcome!
  • Canada's Longest Running Country & Western Jamboree at the Nine Mile River Community Centre

    Canada's Longest Running Country & Western Jamboree at the Nine Mile River Community Centre on Sunday, September 18 from 2pm to 4:30pm Host band is The Country Folk along with a variety of performers. Adults $7, students $3, children 12 years and under $1. Proceeds for the Community Centre operating expenses.
  • Annual Open House at the Valley-Kemptown District Volunteer Fire Brigade

    Annual Open House at the Valley-Kemptown District Volunteer Fire Brigade for Fire Prevention Week on Wednesday, October 11th from 6pm-8pm.