• Chase The Ace with The Nova Scotia SPCA

    It’s Chase The Ace with The Nova Scotia SPCA!!! S P C A’s across Nova Scotia are holding playing Chase The Ace including right here in Colchester!!! Tickets are just $2 dollars. Buy as many as you want. Get your Colchester Tickets at the S P C A Shelter on Industrial Avenue. OR reserve online and you can play all 6 locations. Draws are on Saturday with an opening jackpot of $1000 dollars. Play S P C A Chase The Ace. For information and to reserve tickets visit spcans.ca/win.
  • Indoor Flea Market at St. John's Church Hall

    Indoor Flea Market at St. John's Church Hall, Necum Teuch, Highway 7 from 9am to 1pm. They will be sellng baked goods, toys, books, clothing, CD's, games, dishes and much more. For table bookings - call Helen at 902-347-2182. The dates: MAY 12 JUNE 9 JULY 14 AUGUST 11 SEPTEMBER 8 OCTOBER 13
  • Sun Life Walk to Cure Diabetes

    Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation is having the Sun Life Walk to Cure Diabetes on Saturday, September 29th in Victoria Park! Celebrate the 25th Anniversary bringing together participants from across Truro and the province as they walk to support research for a cure for type one diabetes. The registration for the Walk begins at 9 a.m. with the Walk at 10am. This is a family friendly event for all ages. Please come out to show your support for the T1D community in Truro. To register please visit www.jdrfwalk.ca and click on the Truro location. If you have any questions or would like to volunteer, please contact Tanya at tpoulton@jdrf.ca or call 902-453-1009.
  • SPCA Chase the Ace Colchester

    SPCA Chase the Ace Colchester draw dates to Tuesday afternoons.🤗 This means you will be able to buy tickets from Wednesday until Monday at various outside locations. The shelters will sell Wednesday until Tuesday afternoon at 3pm Remember, you can participate in all the draws across the province! For more information about the draws, or anything else, please call 1-844-835-4798.
  • TRURO LIBRARY SEPTEMBER EVENTS

    TRURO LIBRARY SEPTEMBER EVENTS Heroes/Adventurers Tuesday, September 4 – All ages – 5:30-8pm – Role-Playing Games Night. No experience needed! We provide the supplies, you bring the imagination. Children’s table. Needlework Drop-in Thursday, September 6 – all ages – 10-12noon & 6-7:30 – spend time with others who love to do needlework crafts such as knitting and crochet. Meet new friends, share ideas. Miniature Wargames Thursday, September 6 – Ages 16+ – 5:30-8pm – Do you enjoy strategy games like Risk, Axis&Allies, chess, or role-playing games like Dungeons&Dragons? Do you like painting/crafting? An exciting new hobby. Word Nerds Writing Group Thursday, September 6 – ages13+ -- 6-7:30pm – Join other word nerds at our supportive writers group. Share work, help reach writing goals. Registration required. Lego at the Library Friday, September 7 – ages 5-12 – 3:30-4:30 – Drop in to make some Lego creations! Book Beats Saturday, September 8 – ages 3-8 – 11-11:45am – Sing songs and hear musical stories. Create your own colourful instrument to take home. Drop in program. Rustic Stars Saturday, September 8 – Ages 10+ -- 10-12noon – Using twigs and sticks create a star design held together with twine. Seasonal rustic décor. Drop in program, while supplies last. Scrabble @ the library Monday, September 10 – 1:30-3:30 – adults – Several non-competitive games with 2 or 3 people, a rotation each game. Dictionaries and cheat sheets are permitted. Homeschoolers Haven Tuesday, September 11 – Ages 5+ -- 1:30-3pm – A meeting place for homeschoolers to get together and share ideas and resources. Heroes/Adventurers Tuesday, September 11 – All ages – 5:30-8pm – Role-Playing Games Night. No experience needed! We provide the supplies, you bring the imagination. Children’s table. DIY Geometric Orbs Wednesday, September 12 – adults – 10:30-11:30 – Using only straws, wire and hot glue gun create shapes, add a modern flare to your home décor. Registration starts Sept 7th. Return to Hogwarts Wednesday, September 12 – teens ages 13-18 – 5:30-7:30 -- Time to go back to the magical books! Get sorted into your house, play Quidditch, make magical wands, and more! Needlework Drop-in Thursday, September 13 – all ages – 10-12noon & 6-7:30pm – spend time with others who love to do needlework crafts such as knitting and crochet. Meet new friends, share ideas. Photography Club Thursday, September 13 – ages 13+ - 6-7:30pm – Hands-on exercises, insightful presentations, group sharing. All abilities and experience levels. Registration required. Picture Book Time Thursday, September 13 – age 3-5 yrs – 10:30-11:15am – Stories, rhymes, and crafts! Registration starts August 23 (limit of 20) Miniature Wargames Thursday, September 13 – Ages 16+ – 5:30-8pm – Do you enjoy strategy games like Risk, Axis&Allies, chess, or role-playing games like Dungeons&Dragons? Do you like painting/crafting? An exciting new hobby. Email Basics Saturday, September 15 – adults – 2-3pm – Beginner’s program learn the ins and outs of creating and using email and benefits of having a free account. Registration starts Sept 7th Imagination Station Friday, September 14 – ages 5-12 – 3:30-4:30 – Drop in to build, explore and create! Author Reading – Genevieve Graham Saturday, September 15 – all ages – 11-12noon – Globe&Mail bestselling novel, Come From Away. A poignant story (based on local legend), young couple caught on opposite sides during WW2. Check It Out Book Club Monday, September 17 – adults – 2-3:30pm – Join us to discuss Lonesome Dove by Larry McMurty. Ask at our front desk to obtain a copy. Scrabble @ the library Monday, September 17 – 1:30-3:30 – adults – Several non-competitive games with 2 or 3 people, a rotation each game. Dictionaries and cheat sheets are permitted. Heroes/Adventurers Tuesday, September 18 – All ages – 5:30-8pm – Role-Playing Games Night. No experience needed! We provide the supplies, you bring the imagination. Children’s table. Sherlock Fest Wednesday, September 19 – teens ages 13-18 – 5:30-7:30 --Awaken your inner Sherlock with mastermind observation skills, memory palaces, and deduction. The game is afoot! Connect the Dots Thursday, September 20 – ages 12-18 – 6-8 pm -- A social support group for LGBTQ+ youth and their allies Needlework Drop-in Thursday, September 20 – all ages – 10-12noon & 6-7:30 – spend time with others who love to do needlework crafts such as knitting and crochet. Meet new friends, share ideas. Miniature Wargames Thursday, September 20 – Ages 16+ – 5:30-8pm – Do you enjoy strategy games like Risk, Axis&Allies, chess, or role-playing games like Dungeons&Dragons? Do you like painting/crafting? An exciting new hobby. Science Literacy Week – Oh Ick! Saturday, September 22 – 10-12noon – ages 5-12 – Drop in to build a burp factory and fashion a farting slime bag. (while supplies last). Scrabble @ the library Monday, September 24 – 1:30-3:30 – adults – Several non-competitive games with 2 or 3 people, a rotation each game. Dictionaries and cheat sheets are permitted. Heroes/Adventurers Tuesday, September 25 – All ages – 5:30-8pm – Role-Playing Games Night. No experience needed! We provide the supplies, you bring the imagination. Children’s table. Tales for Twos Tuesday, September 25 – 18mos.-3yrs. – 11-11:20am – Stories, music, and finger rhymes. Registration starts September 4. (limit 15) Pet Food: Myths & Facts Wednesday, September 26 – all ages – 6:30-7:30 – Joye Sears,RVT,BSch will discuss common misconceptions & facts about the food we buy our pets. Partnership with Dalhousie Faculty Association. Bad Art Night Wednesday, September 26 – teens ages 13-18 – 5:30-7:30pm -- Create bad art on purpose. We’ll fling paint, massacre moulding clay, and make quizzical nonsense. Prize for worst artist. Needlework Drop-in Thursday, September 27 – all ages – 10-12noon & 6-7:30 – spend time with others who love to do needlework crafts such as knitting and crochet. Meet new friends, share ideas. Miniature Wargames Thursday, September 27 – Ages 16+ – 5:30-8pm – Do you enjoy strategy games like Risk, Axis&Allies, chess, or role-playing games like Dungeons&Dragons? Do you like painting/crafting? An exciting new hobby. Culture Crash Course- Nigeria Thursday, September 27 – ages 12+ - 6-7:30 – Get a quick taste of culture, from music and food, to language and landscape! Registration required. David’s Book Discussion Friday, September 28 – 3-4:30 – adults – All welcome to discuss The Round House by Louise Erdrich. Ask at front desk for available copies. National Stitch in Public Day Friday, September 28 – 10am-3pm – Join members of Marigold Needlework Guild, ‘stitching in public’, part of a nationwide event. Ask questions or observe as they stitch. Medicine Bag Workshop Saturday, September 29 – Families with children 0-6 (older siblings welcome) – 11-12noon – Create a traditional Mi’kmaq medicine bag with Gilbert Paul of the Child Help Initiative Program (CHIP)
  • Parkinson SuperWalk

    Parkinson SuperWalk takes place this September. Since 1990, the event has been raising awareness and funds to support Canadians with Parkinson’s, their families and the health professionals that treat them. Participate at one of the many locations across Canada. To register yourself or a team or to volunteer, visit online at www.ParkinsonSuperwalk.ca or call Parkinson Canada at 1-800-565-3000
  • Marigold Guild of Needle Arts Stitch-in-Public Day

    Marigold Guild of Needle Arts Stitch-in-Public Day on Friday, September 29th from 10:00am - 3:00pm at MacQuarrie Maker Lab, Colchester-East Hants Public Library, Prince St., Truro. Come see them at the library as they stitch their way through the national EAC Stitch-in-Public Day! info@marigoldguildofneedlearts.ca
  • ONSLOW BELMONT FIRE BRIGADE 2018 Harvest Sale & Auction Collecting item dates

    ONSLOW BELMONT FIRE BRIGADE 2018 Harvest Sale & Auction Their members will complete door to door collection within their fire protection area as follows: Belmont, Crowes Mills, Onslow Mountain – Week of September 9th, and Upper, Central and Lower Onslow – Week of September 16th , and Masstown – Week of September 23rd .FOR ALTERNATE PICK UP, CALL THE FIRE HALL AND LEAVE A MESSAGE AT: (902) 662-2555. CHECK THEIR FACEBOOK PAGE FOR FURTHER UPDATES. Their Sale and Auction is: Friday, September 28: 7 pm – 11 pm Saturday, September 30: 10 am - 5 pm and 7 pm – Finish 12 am.
  • 569 RCACS Brookfield Meet Tuesdays

    569 RCACS Brookfield - Are you a youth between the ages of 12 and 18? Are you looking for a fun FREE activity? If you are looking for a challenge or a place to take part in fun activities 569 Col G.N. Henderson Royal Canadian Air Cadets is the place for you! Meetings are on Tuesdays from 6:30 to 9:15 pm at the Brookfield Elementary School. (come in the back door). There is no cost to join cadets! A uniform is issued to each and every cadet, free of charge, and cadets get the opportunity of participating in activities such as; 1. Summer Camp 2. Gliding/Power Familiarization 3. Outdoor Survival Exercises 4. Range/Biathlon and 5. Effective Speaking Your child may join anytime during the year as long as he/she has reached their 12th birthday. Can be reached at 569air@cadets.gc.ca or at 902-789-2858.
  • Highland Soccer Club upcoming fall/winter season Registration Open

    Registration is now open for the Highland Soccer Club upcoming fall/winter season for kids ages 11 to 16. Register before Sunday, September 30th for a $50 savings. Please check their facebook page 'HFC Soccer' for details.
  • East Hants Country Harvest Festival

    The Country Harvest Festival is a fun-filled day designed to showcase everything wonderful about farming, agriculture and country living in our region. This event is presented by the East Hants and Districts Chamber of Commerce and co-hosted with NovaStrong.
  • Colchester Basketball Registration

    Colchester Basketball will hold walk-in registration this week on Tuesday, September 25 at Truro Elementary School from 6:30pm to 8:00pm followed by Thursday, September 27 at Redcliff Middle School from 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Additional registration dates will take place in October.
  • Quilt, Art & Craft Tea & Sale

    Quilt, Art & Craft Tea & Sale at Middle River Presbyterian Church, Pictou County on Friday, September 28th and Saturday, September from 10 am to 4 pm each day. Admission $5. Come & bring a friend to view the beautiful hand crafted items & enjoy a cup of tea. Hope to see you there
  • Truro Fire Celebrates 150 Years of Dedicated Service "Walk in Our Boots" Celebration

    Truro Fire Celebrates 150 Years of Dedicated Service with a Walk in Our Boots Celebration Weekend. Friday, September 28 from 7pm to 9pm there will be history and memorbilia displays at the Truro Fire Station. Saturday, September 29th from 10am to 2pm - Walk in Our Boots Combat Challenge, Prince Street, Firefighting displays and demo at Civic Square. Sunday, September 30th from 11am to 2pm a Fire Truck Show & Shine at the Truro Fire Station/Civic Square (all types of fire vehicles welcome, no restrictions). Open House with activities and displays for all ages at the Truro Fire Station, 165 Victoria Street.
  • 41st annual 4-H Nova Scotia Provincial Show

    The 41st annual 4-H Nova Scotia Provincial Show will be held at the South Shore Exhibition Grounds in Bridgewater September 28 - 30th. The show begins on Friday evening with an opening ceremony and Market auctions, both beginning at 7:00 pm, and ends with the awarding of the Top County flag and closing ceremony at noon on Sunday, with Saturday being the main day of competition. Over 40 projects, 90 classes, and more than 2400 entries will be on display throughout the weekend. 4-H members from across the province who have won top honors at their county exhibitions will compete for provincial titles. Livestock classes include beef and dairy cattle, goats, sheep, rabbits, poultry, horses, waterfowl and more. Top life skill projects including dog obedience, baking, cooking, floriculture and giant vegetable competitions, photography, crafts and many more will also be on display. Admission to this 4-H showcase weekend is free and members of the public are encouraged to come and experience all that 4-H has to offer youth in Nova Scotia. 4-H hopes to see you in Bridgewater!
  • Yard Sale and Fall Fair

    Yard Sale and Fall Fair on Saturday,  September 29th 8:00 - 12:00. at  McCulloch United Church (corner of  Harmony and Camden roads).   Cafe with music, preserves, bake table, garden produce.  Something for everyone. 
  • Sun Life Walk to Cure Diabetes

    Come out to show your support and walk for a Cure for type 1 diabetes - Sun Life Walk to Cure Diabetes at Victoria Park, Truro, on Saturday, September 29th at 9am registration and 10am. Walk You can register online at www.jdrfwalk.ca and select the Truro location or drop by on September 29th.The Walk is approximately 3 kms. This a wonderful community event where there will be live music by the Mackie band, a bbq, and snacks, and fun for the family. For more information contact Tanya at 902-453-1009 or tpoulton@jdrf.ca.
  • Fabric and Craft Supply Sale

    First United Church, Truro are having a Fabric and Craft Supply Sale on Saturday, September 29th between 9 a.m. and 2 p.m. in Memorial Hall. Come one come all.
  • Church Supper at Wesley St. Matthew's United Church in Pugwash

    Church Supper - Meat Loaf, Potato Scallop, Beans & Brown bread. Includes Coffee, Tea & Apple Crisp at the Wesley St. Matthew's United Church in Pugwash on Saturday, September 29th from 4:00 to 6:00 PM. Adults $12.00, Ages 6 to 12 $6.00 - 5 and under are free. Proceeds will be for Church Expenses.
  • Annual Roast Beef Supper

    Annual Roast Beef Supper on Saturday, September 29th at the Immaculate Conception Parish in Campbell Hall, 669 Prince Street from 5pm to 6:30pm. Tickets will be sold at the door. Adults $18, children under 12 - $9 and children under 5 are free. No take outs.
  • Regular Monthly Breakfast

    Regular Monthly Breakfast on Sunday, September 30th at St. Johns Hall River John from 7:30-10am. They will be serving bacon, sausage, eggs, toast, fruit cup and beverage. The cost is $7.
  • Afternoon of Classic Country Music

    An Afternoon of Classic Country Music featuring David Burbine and Traditional Country on Sunday, September 30th from 1:30 to 4:30pm at the Douglas Street Rec Centre, 40 Douglas Street, Truro. Featuring David Burbine and Traditional Country with special guest Paul Moulaison. Admission is $10. Proceeds for the Rec Centre.
  • GOSPEL CONCERT

    GOSPEL CONCERT: The Gospelettes will be performing on Sunday, September 30th from 7-8:30pm, at St. David's United Church Sanctuary (corner of Pictou Rd/St. David's Ave, Bible Hill). Free-will offering; refreshments to follow in church basement; sanctuary is wheelchair accessible. The Gospelettes are six ladies from the Hants East area who simply love to sing and will be entertaining you with old and new gospel favorites; as well as taking hymn requests from the audience. Bring your friends and family along for a relaxing evening and sing along.
  • Stewiacke Valley 4-H Club Registration

    Stewiacke Valley 4-H Club Registration on Monday, October 1st from 7 – 8 pm at the Upper Stewiacke United Church Hall, 5511 Hwy 289, Upper Stewiacke. For information call Colleene 902-671-2820.
  • Colchester-East Hants Retired Teachers Organization to meet

    The Colchester-East Hants Retired Teachers Organization will meet at 10.30 am on Tuesday, October 2nd, at the Truro Fire Hall.
  • Truro Community Blood Drives

    Truro Community Blood Drives are being held at Immanuel Baptist Church, Robertson Church Hall, Truro Wednesday, October 3th - 12:00pm to 3pm and from 5pm to 8pm Thursday, October 4th - from 12:00pm to 3pm and 5pm to 8pm Friday, October 5th - from 9am to 1pm Book your appointment through Canadian Blood Services. Call 1-888-DONATE (1-888-236-6283) OR on line at: www.blood.ca . In Cooperation with the Truro Lions Club. Help reach the goal of 307 donations!. New Donors Welcome.
  • 4th Annual Health and Wellness Expo

    4th Annual Health and Wellness Expo on Saturday, October 6th from 10-4 at the 13371 Hwy #4, Wentworth. There will be Holistic practitioners, all natural products, crystals, essential oils, jewellery, mediums and psychics, natural bath and beauty products, handcrafted items, all natural products and more.......Admission is a donation to the Wentworth Learning Center. For information or to book a table call April Wilson-Dares at 902 890 0747.
  • Monthly Jam

    East Hants Bluegrass & Oldtime Music Association Monthly Jam on Sunday, October 7th from 1:30pm to 7:30pm at the Milford Lantz United Church – 2134 Highway # 2 in Milford. Lots of great Bluegrass, Old Country & Fiddle Music – come and join in or just listen - Members & Guests – new members welcome. For Information – 902-883-7189
  • Truro Presbyterial UCW Fall Rally

    Truro Presbyterial UCW Fall Rally will be held on Tuesday, October 9th at Trinity United Church, Oxford. Registration is from 9:30 to 10 am. Theme is "A Harvest Of Thanksgiving". Guest speakers will be Lawry MacLeod - Habitat for Humanity; Paul Kittilsen - bee keeping; Helen Reid - Oxford Frozen Foods and Anne Lake - Berwick Camp. There will be a Book Display so plan to come and get some wonderful books, napkins, cards and more! Bring a bag lunch. Everyone welcome.
  • Saint Andrew's United Church Presents: Tribute to the Legends of Country Music

    Saint Andrew's United Church Presents: Tribute to the Legends of Country Music (Featuring the music of Dolly, Patty, Kitty, Jeannie, Jim Reeves, Hank Williams Jr., Johnny Cash, the Statler Bros., Willie Nelson etc.) Performed by Saskatchewan's Country Blend on Wednesday October 10th at 7:30 PM at the Saint Andrew's Church, Duke & King Streets, Truro. Admission $20 at the Door. Info at: www.countryblend.ca www.standrewstruro.ca.
  • Truro Model Railroaders Association 41st Annual Fall Train Show

    Truro Model Railroaders Association 41st Annual Fall Train Show at the Nova Scotia Community College, 36 Arthur St, Truro on Saturday, October 13th from 9am to 4pm. Show features operating layouts of various scales, sales tables and displays. Admission: Adults $5, Family $10, Students $3, children under 6 free when accompanied by a parent or guardian. T.M.R.A. is a not for profit association.
  • Nine Mile River Trail Hike

    Nine Mile River Trail Hike: Hike Nova Scotia and the Nine Mile River Trails Association present a guided hike on the Nine Mile River Trail in Nine Mile River on Saturday, October 13 at 11 am. You must pre-register at vp.ninemilerivertrails@gmail.com . Qualify to win a trail prize. See www.hikenovascotia.ca for details.
  • Roast Pork Supper

    Roast Pork Supper on Saturday, Oct. 13 from 4:00-5:30pm at the Shubenacadie United Church 2869 Highway 2, Shubenacadie. Adults $12.00, Children 6-12- $6.00 and children under 5 Free. Contact Nancy 902-758-2360. Take-outs available/wheelchair accessible.
  • Hot Pork Supper

    Hot Pork Supper at the St. Paul's Presbyterian Church in Merigomish on Saturday, October 13TH from 4-6 pm. Adults $12 Children under 12 $6. Pantry Table. Take outs available.
  • 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, Ocrober 14th 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. There will be 50/50 and canteen services. Proceeds for the Community Hall operating expenses.
  • Truro Halloween Line Dance Workshop

    Truro Halloween Line Dance Workshop on Friday, October 19th and Saturday, October 20th at the Royal Canadian Legion at Brunswick St. Truro. Cost is $30 before Sept.15 and $35 after Sept. 15th. Friday night is 7pm - 10pm. Registration and dancing to your favourite music. Saturday has two sections. 9am - 4:30pm. There is instruction of new and old dances that will be taught by a variety of instructors from the Maritimes and Maine. Saturday night, is 7pm - 11pm. For Demos and Dancing. Hope you will wear a halloween costume. They will be having 50/50 draws on both days and also a silent auction. All of this money will go to a charity. "Wildlife Rehab" in Hilden.. Contact Cindi Talbot for Registration & Information 902-843-0688. Come have lots of fun, great social activity, & good exercise (good for the brains)
  • Craft and Vendor BBQ Fundraiser

    Craft and Vendor BBQ Fundraiser event on Saturday, October 20th at 12:00pm to 2:00pm being held at the Douglas Street gym. There will be a BBQ, face painting, 50/50, raffles, sucker pull, vendors and much more... There will also be a bottle drive so bring your refundable bottles to the event! Admission is by donation. All funds raised are helping support a 14 year old girl to attend a mission trip to Ecuador in 2019.
  • Milford Coffeehouse

    Milford Coffeehouse at Milford Lantz United Church on Saturday, October 20th at their **NEW TIME AT 2PM**. There will be lots of great music and fellowship. EVERYONE welcome, drop in and listen, sing along, and enjoy. Featuring: Lloma Myles, Art MacNeil and Earl & Jerry. A free at afternoon of Classic Country Music with a Touch of Bluegrass. Light lunch supplied – lots of tea and coffee - Goodwill offering with proceeds for the church. Information (902) 883-7189.
  • Mobius Awards of Environmental Excellence

    Mobius Awards of Environmental Excellence at the Halifax Seaport Farmers' Market on Thursday, October 25th. Reception: 5:30 - 6:30PM, Awards Event: 6:30 - 9PM. The cost: $75/ticket + fee and tax. To purchase tickets, visit: www.mobiusawards.eventbrite.ca.A meal will be served and a cash bar will be available. Attendees of the 2018 Mobius Awards will be delighted by a posh reception and thoughtful dining experience inspired by guest speaker, Joshua Becker, and his dedication to the minimalist lifestyle. Come celebrate environmental excellence with the award ceremony emceed by Halifax's own, Nancy Regan.
  • Rawdon Hills UCW Christmas Bazaar

    Rawdon Hills UCW Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, October 27th 10:30 am - 1 pm at the Rawdon District Fire Hall, 3869 Hwy 14, Upper Rawdon. There will be Christmas Tables, Dime Auction (new items), Bake Table, Quilt Tickets, Grocery Box. Featuring their famous "Tasty Table". Hot and Cold main dishes and desserts from 11:30 am - $1 per serving - your selection..
  • Annual Christmas Craft Sale

    Annual Christmas Craft Sale at the Great Village School Gym on Saturday, November 3rd from 10am to 2pm. Come and get started on your shopping. Many vendors hope to see you there. Free admission.
  • Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre

    On Saturday, November 10th, for the first time ever, the Wentworth Recreation Centre at 13752 Highway 4 is hosting a Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre with social at 6 pm and dinner at 7 pm. Tickets are $30 in advance or $35 at the door. Purchase tickets online at squareup.com/store/wentworth-recreation-centre. For further information, call Laurel at 902 899-3634. Join us for a hilarious, suspenseful, interactive, theatrical experience!
  • Community Christmas Craft Fair

    On Saturday, November 17th, 9:00 to 3:00, the Wentworth Recreation Centre at 13752 Highway 4 is hosting a Community Christmas Craft Fair. This fair has been running continuously for 28 years! They are joined by several other venues in the community including the Old Valley Schoolhouse, the Baptist Church, the United Church, and the Learning Centre. Admission of $3 gets you access to all 5 locations up and down Highway 4. The Rec Centre will provide a full menu at its canteen and other venues will also offer a variety of refreshments. For further information, contact Barb Palmer at wentworth.crafts@gmail.com or call 902-897-8372. Come and shop for hand made crafts from all over Northern Nova Scotia and stay for a delicious lunch!