• Seniors Dance Club

    Truro Legion on Brunswick Street
    Goodtime Seniors Dance Club every Tuesday from 7:30 to 10:30 at the Truro Legion on Brunswick Street $6 admission, shared lunch, 50/50 tickets. Live band modern and old time country music. From Sept. 13 to June 27, 2017.
    $6
  • Chase the Ace at the Debert Legion

    Chase the Ace sponsored by West Colchester Minor Hockey and Debert Legion 106 will be held Saturday's from 2-4 pm at the Debert Legion. Family friendly, canteen will be open and you do not have to be a member to attend. Draw to take place at approximately 4:15 pm and you must be present to win.
  • Queen of Hearts draw, every Saturday

    Queen of Hearts draw, every Saturday at the Tatamagouche Legion and North Shore Rec. Centre, held at the Legion from 2-4p.m. Draw to take place approx. 4:15 p.m. Everyone welcome.
  • Colchester Highland Games & Gathering

    Colchester Highland Games & Gathering will take place at the Jennifer Drive Ball Fields in Bible Hill on Saturday, September 9th. Many events are planned for the day including Heavyweights, Highland Dance, Piping competitions, Tug 'O war, Dog show, Mini Childrens Highland Games, Obstacle Courses, Live Music Stage & more. Special Guests include members of Veritas Vincit Historical Re-enactment Society in Scotland who will bring you an amazing high speed sword fighting display. Also on the music stage for the first time in Canada, 'Clann an Drumma', Celtic tribal pipes and drums. They are looking for volunteers, participants. If you would like to volunteer for any aspect of the games between now and the 'big' day, please see their website at: Events@colchesterhighlandgames@gmail.com.
  • Parkinson Canada -Truro Support Group Meeting 3rd Thursday of every month

    Parkinson Canada -Truro Support Group Meeting on the 3rd Thursday of every month at 1:30pm at Parkland Truro, 365 Young Street. Parkinson Canada support groups are formed to provide local support for those in the Truro area living with Parkinson's disease. All are invited to attend, including family members, care partners and health care practitioners. For more information call Ryan at 1-800-663-2468.
  • Chase the Ace at the River John Legion Every Friday Night

    Chase the Ace at the River John Legion Every Friday Night from 6:30 to 9:00 pm (Tickets for sale from 6:30 to 8:30, draw at 9:00 pm)
  • Central Nova Coin Club meet first Monday of each month

    The regular meeting of the Central Nova Coin Club is planned for 7 PM on the FIRST MONDAY OF THE EACH MONTH at the Truro Recreation Department Building (former Douglas Street School), 40 Douglas Street in Truro. Anyone with an interest in coin, token or paper currency collecting is welcome to come and join this popular hobby group. For more information email centralnovacoinclub@gmail.com or google Central Nova Coin Club.
  • Canada Day in Bible Hill - looking for Parade entries

    Canada Day in Bible Hill: The Canada Day Committee are looking for parade entries. This year's theme is "Canada 150". If you are interested in submitting an entry form for the parade, please fill out the attached form and return it to admin@biblehill.ca or the Village office at 67 Pictou Rd, Bible Hill. While more notice is preferable,applications can only be accepted until June 21st. The Parade entries arrive at 9:30am at St. David's Avenue, Bible Hill. The parade starts at 10:30am. The Canada Day Celebrations start at 12:30pm to 4pm at the Bible Hill Recreation Park on Guest Drive.
  • 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
  • Hope Chest Breast Cancer Support Group meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month

    The Hope Chest Breast Cancer Support Group meet on the 3rd Thursday of each month at the Truro Police Station at 7pm.
  • 50-50 BINGO

    50-50 BINGO at Truro Lions Club, 1100 Prince Street. Doors open at 12:30 and games start at 1pm Sharp. Support the Lions Club and have some FUN. Sunday May 28. June 4-11-18-25.
  • 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.
  • Volunteers needed for Truro Challenger Baseball League

    BHTMBA (Bible Hill Truro Minto Baseball Association) is pleased to partner with Baseball NS and NS Challenger Baseball program to offer BNS Challenger Baseball in 2017. What is Challenger Baseball? A program that provides an opportunity for children with cognitive and/or physical special needs to enjoy the full benefits of participating in baseball at a level structured to their abilities. Their Objectives: Provide opportunities for children with cognitive and/or physical special needs to play organized baseball. Show the community that children with special needs can play organized baseball/sports. Provide experiences that enhance the lives of children with special needs and their family. Volunteers are needed to come help this summer. More info on this great program can also be found at Nova Scotia Challenger Baseball
  • June Events at the Truro Public Library

    June Events at the Truro Public Library Needlework Drop-in JUNE 1 - 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. Weaving Demonstration JUNE 3 - Weaving demonstration at the Truro Public Library from 10 am - 4:30 pm Scrabble JUNE 5 - Non-competitive Scrabble, 2 - 4:30 p.m. at Truro Public Library with rotation each game. Dictionaries and cheat sheets permitted. Film Series JUNE 7 - Free screening of a foreign film at Truro Public Library, 1:30 pm. For movie title call 902-895-4183 or visit our website at lovemylibrary.ca Coloring for Adults JUNE 8 - Colour at Truro Public Library10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Supplies provided, or bring your own. Pre-registration required: 902-895-4183. Needlework Drop-in JUNE 8 - 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. Scrabble JUNE 12- Non-competitive Scrabble, 2 - 4:30 p.m. at Truro Public Library with rotation each game. Dictionaries and cheat sheets permitted. Elderdog JUNE 13 - Presentation about the Elderdog Program, at the Truro Public Library at 10:30 am Heroes and Adventurers JUNE 13 - Role-playing game night, Truro Public Library from 5:30 ¬ 8 p.m.; we provide the supplies. Overdrive for Tablets JUNE 14 - Learn how to access free books on your tablet (Android and Apple). Pre-registration required: 902-895-4183. Author AJB Johnston JUNE 14 - Truro born historian and novelist AJB Johnston will speak at the Truro Public Library at 6:30 pm Overdrive for eReaders JUNE 15 - Learn how to access free books on your eReader (ex. Kobo) Pre-registration required: 902-895-4183. Needlework Drop-in JUNE 15 - 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. Dad & I Drop In JUNE 17 - Dad, drop in with your child to the Truro Public Library between 10 am and noon, or 2 and 4 pm to make a Father's Day keepsake. Scrabble JUNE 19- Non-competitive Scrabble, 2 - 4:30 p.m. at Truro Public Library with rotation each game. Dictionaries and cheat sheets permitted. Heroes and Adventurers JUNE 20 - ¬ Role-playing game night, Truro Public Library from 5:30 ¬ 8 p.m.; we provide the supplies. Crafty Resources JUNE 21 - Learn about online DIY craft resources from 10:30 - 11:30 am at the Truro Public Library. Pre-registration required: 902-895-4183. Film Series JUNE 21 - Screening of a classic film at Truro Public Library, 1:30 pm. For movie title call 902-895-4183 or visit our website at lovemylibrary.ca Author Lesley Crewe JUNE 21 - Popular Cape Breton based novelist Lesley Crewe will speak at the Truro Public Library at 6:30 pm Needlework Drop-in JUNE 22 - 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. Building the New Truro Library JUNE 22 - Presentation about the process of building the new Truro Library, at the Library at 7 pm. Scrabble JUNE 26- Non-competitive Scrabble, 2 - 4:30 p.m. at Truro Public Library with rotation each game. Dictionaries and cheat sheets permitted. Monthly Matinee JUNE 26 - Movie for adults aged 50 and older, at the Truro Public Library at 1:30 pm. Beverages provided. For movie title call 902-895-4183 or visit our website at lovemylibrary.ca Heroes and Adventurers JUNE 27 - Role-playing game night, Truro Public Library from 5:30 ¬ 8 p.m.; we provide the supplies. Documentary on Green Burial JUNE 27 - The Living Earth Council will screen the documentary "A Will for the Woods" at the Truro Public Library at 6:30 pm Needlework Drop-in JUNE 29 - 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.
  • Coaching Applications available for female hockey

    Coaching applications are now available for female hockey in the Fundy Highland zone which includes Antigonish, Colchester and Pictou counties. Anyone interested in coaching female teams in all female leagues at both the A and AA level are asked to contact Fundy Highland coaching coordinator for an application. The email is heightonlesley@gmail.com. The deadline for applications is July 1, 2017.
  • Ravenous For Rhubarb Festival

    The 10th Annual Ravenous For Rhubarb Festival is set for June 9th, 10th & 11th. The weekend includes: Lunch with Rhubarb chili and Rhubarb desserts, Rhubarb pie baking contest, Flaunt and Flash Car Show and more.
  • Heal Your Heart with Art!

    Heal Your Heart with Art! Women are invited to come for a series of 4 classes, designed to assist with healing and finding inner peace through painting. The environment is supportive, no experience necessary. Free of charge. Wednesdays, June 14 - July 5, 6:30-8:30 p.m. For information or to register, contact Third Place Transition House. 902-893-4844.
  • Canadian Blood Services 150th

    Canadian Blood Services 150th Make a big impact in 2017 … with a small act like donating blood you can have a big impact during Canada’s 150th birthday! As Canada celebrates its 150th birthday, we celebrate life itself. Become a blood donor this week as there are 3,000 appointments to be filled every week before Canada Day. 150,000 blood donations need to be injected into the blood system by Canada Day…please be one. Let’s give so that others may live. Book your appointment to Give Life now by down loading the GiveBlood App or visit blood.ca.
  • Annual Bikes for Kids Program Truro

    United Way of Colchester County Welcomes Big Brothers Big Sisters to their Annual Bikes for Kids Program Truro, NS - United Way of Colchester County's Bikes for Kids program is once again rolling out, with the Big Brothers Big Sisters Association of Colchester as lead sponsor. United Way and Big Brothers Big Sisters is an ideal partnership, with the shared goal of happy and healthy kids. Through the program, donations of gently-used bikes are tuned up by volunteers and distributed to children throughout Colchester. Applications will be accepted until the end of June. For applications or to donate a bike, contact the United Way at at 902 895-9313 or uwcolchester@gmail.com.
  • Artist's Proof Printmaking Art Show

    Artist's Proof Printmaking Art Show will be held on Saturday, June 17th with an opening reception from 7pm to 9pm at the Visual Voice Fine Art Gallery, 128 King Street, Truro. The exhibits from June 19th to July 15th.
  • 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 !
  • Annual Fundraiser

    Annual Fundraiser on Thursday, June 29th at the Pond in support of the Colchester Residential Services Society. There will be a silent auction, door prizes and 50/50 draw.
  • Grand re-opening/Re-naming ceremony of the Scotia Pool

    Grand re-opening/Re-naming ceremony of the Scotia Pool on Thursday, June 22 at 1:30pm to celebrate after $500,000 in upgrades and the re-naming of the pool in honour of Glen W Smith. Various levels of government have been invited, the general public and pool patrons. Free swims, refreshments and celebrations.
  • Free Car Seat Safety Check

    Free Car Seat Safety Check on Friday, June 23rd from 1pm to 4pm at East Hants Family Resource Centre, 224 Highway 214 Elmsdale. Call 902-883-4349 for an appointment.
  • Open House at the Salvation Army Church

    Open House at the Salvation Army Church, 14 Outram Street, Truro, on Friday, June 23rd from 6pm - 8pm. They will acknowledge all volunteers that have helped make this past year a huge success in the community. Everyone is welcome to attend and share in this celebration 19th.
  • Cobequid District Fire Bridage fundraising concert featuring Kevin Davison

    The Cobequid District Fire Bridage fundraising concert featuring Kevin Davison for the Critical Incident Stress Management (CISM) team of Nova Scotia and the PTSD Foundation of Canada on Friday, June 23rd at the Cobequid District Fire Hall in Lower Truro. Doors open at 7:30, show starts at 8:30. Tickets are $25 and available at First Choice Hair Cutters. Limited number of tickets sold.
  • Amateur Radio "Field Day"

    Amateur Radio "Field Day" Saturday, June 24 - 25 Demonstrates Science, Skill, and Service Members of the Truro Radio Amateur Club (TARC) will be participating in the national Amateur Radio Field Day exercise, June 24 - 25 (between 1500 and 1500) at the EMO Building 39 Pictou Rd Truro. This event is open to the public and all are encouraged to attend. Field Day demonstrates ham radio's ability to work reliably under any conditions from almost any location and create an independent communications network. For more information about Amateur Radio and to how to become an Amateur Radio Operator please come to meet us on Field Day at the EMO Bldg., 39 Pictou Rd in Bible Hill or email us at: truroamateurradioclub@gmail.com.
  • Truro Toyota Test Drive Event in support of Brookfield Elementary School Green Playground Upgrade

    Truro Toyota Test Drive Event in support of the Brookfield Elementary School Green Playground Upgrades. Come out Saturday, June 24th from 10:00 am - 1:30 pm to test drive a Green Toyota (Hybrid or Eco) and BES will receive $30 towards Phase 2 of their Playground. All you need to bring is a valid driver's license. The Brookfield Softball teams will also be hosting a BBQ at the event.
  • Pictou County Walking for Muscular Dystrophy

    Pictou County Walking for Muscular Dystrophy on Saturday, June 24th - 10th Anniversary! Pictou County Walk for Muscular Dystrophy will take place at the Scotsburn Fire Hall at noon, with registration beginning at 11am. The Walk will be followed by a BBQ hosted by members of the Scotsburn and West River Fire Departments. Local fire departments are also being invited to bring fire trucks as part of an emergency vehicles display. This year marks the 10th Anniversary of the Walk.
  • Touch a Truck - Fun for the Whole Family!

    Touch a Truck - Fun for the Whole Family! on Saturday June 24 from 11:00am - 3:00pm at the Truro Mall Parking Lot - Sears End. Trucks, Kid Zone, Face Painting, BBQ, Teddy Bear Clinic and so much more! Quiet Hour from 11:00am - 12:00pm (Horn Free for Sensitive Ears & Special Needs) $5 Admission or $20/family (max of 6 immediate family members)
  • First Annual Walk for PTSD Awareness

    The First Annual Walk for PTSD Awareness will be held on Saturday, June 24th starting at noon at the Truro Civic Square. $15 per family of 4. Registration includes 1 t-shirt and one PTSD awareness bracelet.
  • Malagash United Church Annual Church Supper

    Malagash United Church invites you to their Annual Church Supper on Saturday, June 24th from 4.00 to 6.00 at the Malagash Community Hall, 1926 North Shore Road. The buffet table will have casseroles, salads, beans, brown bread, biscuits, and rolls with pie or cake for dessert...all homemade. Adults $12.00, children 12 and under $6.00, free for preschoolers.
  • Colchester Highland Games & Gathering Society Very First Bachelor Auction

    Colchester Highland Games & Gathering Society are having their very first Bachelor Auction on Saturday, June 24th from 7pm to 11pm at the Oak Room at the Holiday Inn, Truro. There will be a fashion show and light supper along with amazing bachelor packages and prizes. Tickets are $20 at MacQuarries on the Esplanade or on line at: www.colchesterhighlandgames.com/events/fundraising-events. All proceeds go towards the Highland Games & Gathering in September. (they are still looking for eligible bachelors over 35 to participate)
  • Old Time Dance

    Old Time Dance on Saturday, June 24th at 7:30PM at West Branch Community Hall. Music by The MacKinnons plus Marilyn, Alvin and Tracy; Roger Simms, calling. Lunch served, shared sweets. Admission $7.00.
  • Fundraiser for Dawn and Jim Robbins

    The family and friends of Dawn and Jim Robbins, North River, invite you to a fundraising event. Proceeds from this event will help with the costs related to Dawn's diagnosis of pancreatic cancer. Together with a silent auction there will be a special evening of musical entertainment (dance) at the Truro Horseman's Club on Saturday, June 24, 2017. Admission is a donation at the door. Music provided by Double Vision, Millstream and Brad Prest! Music from 8:45pm to 12:30am. Silent auction from 8:30pm to 10:00pm. To make a donation or for more information contact Anita Wilson 902-897-0052.
  • BREAKFAST AT ST. JOHN'S HALL IN RIVER JOHN

    BREAKFAST ON SUNDAY, JUNE 25TH AT , ST. JOHN'S HALL IN RIVER JOHN FROM 7:30 -10:00 AM. THEY WILL BE SERVING: HAM& EGGS, HASH BROWNS, FRUIT CUP, TOAST & BEVERAGE.
  • Earth ARC Animal Respite Centre will be hosting Farm Day

    Earth ARC Animal Respite Centre will be hosting Farm Day on Sunday, June 25 th between 11 and 4. It's the 10 th year that Earth ARC has been hosting this event. There will be wagon rides, a canteen and barbeque, and feed the goats! Meet the 25 horses in Earth ARC's care. Free admission and fun for the whole family! Just head to 644 Heron Road (off highway 376 near Central West River) in Four Mile Brook, Pictou County.
  • Beans, casseroles and strawberry shortcake supper

    Beans, casseroles and strawberry shortcake supper at the Minasville Hall on Monday, June 26 from 4-6. Adults $12, Children 5-12 $6, Under 5 free.
  • Annual Meeting of The Malagash Area Heritage Association

    The Annual Meeting of The Malagash Area Heritage Association will be held on Monday, June 26th at 7:00 p.m., 1926 North Shore Road, Malagash. Please join us. Call 902-257-2407 for further information.
  • Guatemala-Tatamagouche Schools project are having a Fashion Show

    The Guatemala-Tatamagouche Schools project are having a Fashion Show. This will be held on Tuesday, June 27th at 7:00 at the Tatamagouche Elementary auditorium. There will be a 50/50 draw; door prizes and dessert and refreshments. Tickets are $12.00 and can be purchased at the Scotiabank in Tatamagouche as they will match all tickets sold.
  • Strawberry Supper

    Strawberry Supper on Wednesday, June 28th from 4pm to 6pm at the Hilden United Church. Adults $12 per person, children under 12 are $6, preschoolers are free. Take out is available. The hall is wheelchair accessible. Sponsored by the Board of Stewards.
  • Meet & Greet Rick and Donna Lamothe, National Leaders of RSVP Ministries (formerly Stonecroft Canada

    Meet & Greet Rick and Donna Lamothe, National Leaders of RSVP Ministries (formerly Stonecroft Canada) at First Baptist Church, Truro on Thursday, June 29th at 6pm. Everyone welcome.
  • Annual Flea Market at the Peniel United Church

    Annual Flea Market at the Peniel United Church, Five Islands on Friday, June 30th from 8am to 3pm and Saturday, July 1st from 8am to 2pm. A wide variety of items for sale including some new items. Refreshments served. Sponsored by the Board of Stewards
  • GREAT VILLAGE CELEBRATES CANADA’S 150TH

    GREAT VILLAGE CELEBRATES CANADA’S 150TH Great Village is celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday, Saturday, July 1st from 10 a.m. -1 p.m. at the Faith Baptist Church Field, 38 Station Road. A children’s parade will begin at 10 a.m. at the elementary school and proceed to the church grounds. Come and enjoy our local talent, food, games, vendors and of course birthday cake. As well, all makes and models of vehicles are welcome to a Show & Shine Car Show. For more information or to register for the car show you may contact Doug Campbell at 902-890-9846. Seating will be limited so it is suggested that you bring a folding chair and ask that only service dogs be brought onto the grounds. Profits and donations from the day’s celebrations are going to the Great Village Legion Branch 72 building fund.
  • Celebrate Canada 150 in Truro!

    Happy Canada Day! Presented by the Truro Legion Branch 26 Colchester and the Town of Truro. FREE Live Music, Bouncy Houses, Face Painting, More! BBQ (in support of the Truro Legion Branch 26 Colchester) at Victoria Park from 11:30 am to 4:00 pm FREE Concert! Presented by Truro Parks Recreation Culture at Civic Square from 7:00 - 9:00 pm Canada Day Fireworks - Presented by the Downtown Truro Partnership at the Colchester Legion Stadium at 10:00 pm
  • 18th Annual Shubenacadie Car Show

    18th Annual Shubenacadie Car Show will be held on Saturday, July 1st from 11am to 3pm at the Shubenacadie United Church. Dash plaques for all participants. Come celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday!
  • Winding River Art Gallery CANADA 150 Art Exhibition and Celebration

    Winding River Art Gallery invites you to attend the opening of the CANADA 150 Art Exhibition and Celebration on Saturday, July 1st at 2:00 p.m. at the McCarthy Gallery, NSCC Campus, 36 Arthur Street, Truro. Awards, Refreshments, Food, and Live Entertainment. Exhibition runs from July 1 to July 30.
  • Annual Canada Day Supper

    Annual Canada Day Supper on Saturday, July 1st from 3-6 PM at the Rawdon District Fire Hall, 3869 Hwy 14, Upper Rawdon. They will be servinb Beans / Salads / Ham / Rolls / Brown Bread / Pies. Adults: $12:00; Ages 5-10: $6.00; under 5 free. Proceeds United Church Rawdon Pastoral Charge.
  • Fundraiser Soiree

    The Lobster Factory in Pugwash is having a Fundraiser Soiree on Saturday, July 1st from 7PM to 11:00PM. Enjoy the deck overlooking tall ships in the harbour and support the national historic site. You can get your tickets at the Wild Caraway and Thinkers Lodge giftshop.
  • Old Time Dance at the Tony River Community Hall

    Old Time Dance at the Tony River Community Hall on Saturday, July 1st beginning at 7:30pm. Music by Raymond and Marlene MacDonald and Lynn MacKenzie. Admission is $7. Shared lunch.
  • River John Lions Chicken BBQ

    River John Lions sponsoring a Chicken BBQ on Sunday, July 2 at the Lions Veranda in River John. 11am until sold out. Music on the Veranda. $12 adults. $7 children.
  • 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)
  • Art Show and Clothing Launch

    Art Show and Clothing Launch on Saturday, July 8th from 5pm to 9pm at the Give Back Cafe, 535 Prince Street Truro. There will be tons to be won, skateboards, swag, hundreds of dollars in tattoo tme and a brand new guitar from Long & McQuade.
  • Truro Community Blood Drives

    Truro Community Blood Drives are being held at the Immanuel Baptist Church, Robertson Church Hall on: Wednesday, July 5th from 5pm to 8pm Thursday, July 6th from 1pm to 3pm and 5pm to 8pm Friday, July 7th from 10am to 1pm Book your appointment through Canadian Blood Services and help reach their goal of 312 donations! Call 1-888-DONATE (1-888-236-6283) OR on line at: www.blood.ca
  • Riverfront Park Concert Series at the Riverfront Park

    The Riverfront Park Concert Series at the Riverfront Park, Bayview Street in Downtown Truro FREE. Bring the whole family! Concerts are 7pm to 8pm Concert dates: July 7 – She & I: Craig & Mandy July 14 – Aca-jam July 21 - Julie Johnstone & Friends July 28 - The McCready Brothers
  • Newfie and Country Jamboree

    Newfie and Country Jamboree on Friday, July 7th and Saturday, July 8th at the Stewiacke River Park, Exit 11 off Highway 102. Friday, July 7 Friday Night Dance 8:30 to 12: 30 featuring Lukey's Boat Saturday, July 8 Saturday Afternoon Talent Show from 1pm to 4pm and the Saturday Night Dance from 8:30 to 12:30 featuring ISLE AUX MORTS BOYS with Freeman Walters. Camping is available. For more information contact Lloyd or Sandra at 902-639-2556 or www.stewiackerivermusicfestivals.com
  • 9th Hants County Mud Runners 25th BFG 4x4 event

    9th Hants County Mud Runners 25th BFG 4x4 event will be held on Saturday, July 8th at Bowmans Pit Nine Mile River starting at 10am: Sand drags, wheel to wheel, kiddie rides Sunday starting at 9am. Slalom racing Canteen on site, NO ATVs, NO Glass bottles Admission: $10, kids under 12 free.
  • Salad and Strawberry Supper

    A Salad and Strawberry Supper will be held on Saturday, July 8th from 4-6pm at the Sharon Presbyterian Church Hall, Dean. Admission is $10 for adults, $3 for 12 and under, pre-schoolers are free. Take out is available. Sponsored by the Board of Managers.
  • Fundraiser Meal and Auction for Barbie Johnson

    Fundraiser Meal and Auction for Barbie Johnson on Saturday, July 8th at 4pm, meal starts at 5pm with the auction to follow at the Truro Raceway, Bible Hill. The cost is $10 per meal. All the proceeds will go directly to Barbie who is in Ontario awaiting a double lung transplant.
  • Ham and Salad Buffett

    Ham and Salad Buffett will be held on Saturday, July 8th from 4:30 to 6pm at the Riverside United Church, Bass River. Adults $10, under 12 are $5. They will be serving Strawberry Shortcake for dessert. Sponsored by the Bass River UCW.
  • Benefit for Heather Wood

    Benefit for Heather Wood on Saturday, July 8th at the Truro Fire Hall, Victoria Street from 5:30pm to 8pm. They will be serving an Old fashioned potato salad dinner plate (roll, dessert, coffee/tea). Live music featuring Bob & CJ Prest and Leandor Mendoza. Silent auction to take place & monetary donations accepted. This is a scent free event. Doors open at 5:30PM, Tickets $12 each, available at MacQuarries Pharmacy, Truro.
  • Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital Auxiliary Annual Strawberry Fest

    The Lillian Fraser Memorial Hospital Auxiliary will be holding their Annual Strawberry Fest on Wednesday, July 12th 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. For 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.
  • Strawberry Festival Supper

    STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL SUPPER on Thursday, July 13, from 4-6pm, at St. David's United Church Hall, 18 St. David's Ave, Bible Hill. BBQ'd hotdogs, hamburgers, sausage, potato salad scoops, salad plates, beverages and strawberry shortcake on home-made biscuits with real whipped cream. Pay only for what you select from the menu. Bring the whole family!
  • Tide Fest, East Hants' First Home Coming Weekend

    Tide Fest, East Hants' First Home Coming Weekend is July 14-16 at the East Hants Sportsplex in Lantz for ball hockey tournaments, world's largest washer toss, a music festival, farmers markets, food trucks and much more! Visit tidefest.ca for schedule and ticket information or on Facebook @EastHantsTideFest.
  • Charity Car Show

    Charity Car Show on Sunday, July 16th from 9am to 4pm at Andy's Tire Shop, 146 Robie Street. Bring your classics, modern and new age vehicles and help support the Canadian Cancer Society. Free admission to the public, free face painting. $5 per vehicle entry fee (100 car capacity) For more information, contact ianrafuse@hotmail.com or bassbox2@gmail.com.
  • 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 Truro Farmers’ Market 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
  • Colchester County Off Road Racing Club (C.C.O.R.R.) Racing

    The Colchester County Off Road Racing Club (C.C.O.R.R.) are having races on Saturday, August 5th at the gravel pit in Glenholme. Everyone welcome!
  • Northumberland Quilt Guild Annual Show and Sale

    The Northumberland Quilt Guild will be having their Annual "Show and Sale" - Saturday, August 5th and Sunday, August 6th from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm at the Decoste Center, 85 Water Street, Pictou. Admission is $5.00 per person, which includes a light lunch.
  • 2nd Annual Wentworth Show & Shine

    The 2nd Annual Wentworth Show & Shine will be held on Sunday, August 20th from 9am-3pm. They will have a car show, quilt show, local vendors and fun activities for the kids. This event is a part of the Blueberry Harvest Festival.