• Country Dance

    C and M Country Dance at the Nine Mile River Community Hall on Saturday, October 15th from 9PM-12AM. Cliff Manley on the fiddle along with Ken Bruce & Maxine Manley. Traditional Country Music.19+.
  • 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)
  • Pictou Public Library May Programs

    Pictou Public Library May Programs 902 485-5021 Ongoing: All Library programs are Free. Tuesdays - Toddle Time – 10:30-11:30 – For children ages 18 months up to and including 3 year olds & their caregivers (Moms, Dads, Grandparents, etc.) Stories, action rhymes, and finger plays. Please call or drop in to register. Wednesdays – Preschool Story Time – 10:30-11:30 –For children ages 4 & 5. Stories, songs, action rhymes and crafts. We are now taking registrations for the fall session. Thursdays – ABC’s for Babies – 10:30-11:30 – For Moms/Dads and babies, newborns to 18 months. This is interactive fun for parent and infant and a great chance for parents to get together. Please call or drop in to register. Drop-in Knit and Crochet Group – Every Thurs. afternoon 3-4:30. Drop in to knit or crochet with others. If you don’t know how, this is a great opportunity to learn. Bring your own needles and/or crochet hook or they can be provided. We have oodles of yarn for you to use. Patterns & written instructions will be available. Also, the Library has many books available for the novice as well as the more advanced. Tea & coffee are provided as well as a snack. Family Lego Time– Every Saturday afternoon- Come select your Lego from our “giant’ tote and become a “major” builder. Parents are welcome to participate with their children. Thursday Book Club – Thurs. –May 11th – 7 p.m. - This month we will be discussing “All the Light We Cannot See” By Anthony Doerr. New members are always welcome. Tuesday Book Club – Tues. – May 17th – 7 p.m. –This month we will be discussing “Somewhere in France” by Jennifer Robson. New members always welcome. Community Café – Weds. – May 17th –1:30-3:30 – Wendy McInnis Learning Gaelic & her trip to Scotland. May is Gaelic Awareness Month in Nova Scotia! Please join us at the Pictou library for a presentation on learning Gaelic, and learning Gaelic in Scotland! Presenter Wendy McInnis, with the Pictou County Gaelic Society, will be by to share her experiences (and travel pictures) on learning Gaelic in Scotland while on a learning leave from the NSCC Pictou Campus Library. Light refreshments will be served. WOW – Women on Wheels –Every Friday morning starting May 12th at 10 a.m. – Information session, healthy snack & a ride. Connect with other senior women. Enjoy short bike rides and learn new skills. Feel free cycling on trails & roads. Connect with your community. Special Programs: All Library programs are Free. “Free Comic Book Day” Saturday May 6th – drop in to the Pictou Library to pick up a “free” comic book. Come in costume or not and complete a “Super Hero” quest (scavenger hunt) anytime Saturday. For the Quest, younger children should be accompanied by an adult or an older sibling. Puppet Show - Thurs. – May 11th – 6:15 p.m. –Paper Bag Princess – If you like dragons, princes & princesses, join us to learn about a very brave princess. No registration necessary. Mother’s Day Craft for all ages– Saturday – May 13th – 2 p.m. Call or drop in to pre-register prior to May 7th. All materials provided. Mother’s Day Bingo – Saturday- May13th – 3 p.m. –Children from 4 and up are welcome to try their luck at a few games of bingo with Ms. Janice. NS Walk Day – Weds. May 10th – Everyone meets at the Library by 11:30 for a lovely walk through the Town. May Flowers – May 6th – 2 p.m – Join Ms. Jennifer to make some “spring” flowers. Maximum 10. All materials will be provided. Please call or drop in to Pre-register. Puppet Show - Thurs. - May 18th -2 p.m. Puppet Musical – What do you do when there’s a hole in your bucket? “Frog” Craft & Storytime – Saturday – May 20th – 2 p.m. - Join Ms. Bonnie for a fun time learning about frogs, “peepers”, pollywogs and create your own frog. Please call or drop in to register. “Spring” Bingo & “Signs of Spring” Scavenger Hunt – Saturday – May 27th – 2 p.m. for Bingo and 1:30-3:30 for the Scavenger Hunt
  • May Events at the Truro Public Library

    May Events at the Truro Public Library Scrabble - MAY 1 - Join us for non-competitive Scrabble games from 2 - 4:30 pm at the Truro Public Library with a rotation each game. Dictionaries and cheat sheets are permitted. Heroes and Adventurers - MAY 2 - Join us for role-playing game night at the Truro Public Library from 5:30 - 8 pm. We provide the supplies, you provide the imagination. Techy Travel - MAY 3 - Learn about websites to make planning & enjoying your vacation easy. 10:30 - 11:30 am, at the Truro Public Library. Pre-registration required: 902-895-4183. Needlework Drop-in - MAY 4 -Truro Public Library 3 - 4:30 pm. Work on needlework crafts; bring a project, or help us knit a community project. Basic knitting and crochet instruction is available. Ages 8 - adult. Bicycle Café - MAY 6 - Drop in the Truro Public Library from 2 - 4 pm to learn about fixing bicycles. Scrabble - MAY 8 - Join us for non-competitive Scrabble games from 2 - 4:30 pm at the Truro Public Library with a rotation each game. Dictionaries and cheat sheets are permitted. Heroes and Adventurers - MAY 9 - Join us for role-playing game night at the Truro Public Library from 5:30 - 8 pm. We provide the supplies, you provide the imagination. Film Series - MAY 10 - Rotation of classic, documentary, and foreign films at Truro Public Library, 1:30 pm. For movie title call 902-895-4183 or visit our website at lovemylibrary.ca Coloring for Adults - MAY 11 - Color at Truro Public Library, 10:30 - 11:30 a.m. Supplies provided, or bring your own. Pre-registration required: 902-895-4183. Needlework Drop-in - MAY 11 - Truro Public Library 3 - 4:30 pm. Work on needlework crafts; bring a project, or help us knit a community project. Basic knitting and crochet instruction is available. Ages 8 - adult. Mom & Me Drop In - MAY 13 - Mom, drop in with your child to the Truro Public Library between 10 am and noon, or 2 and 4 pm to make a Mother's Day keepsake. Fundy Family Researchers - MAY 14 - Fundy Family Researchers genealogy researchers meet at Truro Public Library from 1:30 - 3:30 PM. New members welcome. Scrabble - MAY 15 - Join us for non-competitive Scrabble games from 2 - 4:30 pm at the Truro Public Library with a rotation each game. Dictionaries and cheat sheets are permitted. Heroes and Adventurers - MAY 16 - Join us for role-playing game night at the Truro Public Library from 5:30 - 8 pm. We provide the supplies, you provide the imagination. Needlework Drop-in - MAY 18 - Truro Public Library 3 - 4:30 pm. Work on needlework crafts; bring a project, or help us knit a community project. Basic knitting and crochet instruction is available. Ages 8 - adult. Zentangle Class - MAY 18- Introductory zentangle class at the Truro Public Library from 5 - 8 pm. Cost includes lesson, and supplies. Pre-registration required: 902-895-4183. Heroes and Adventurers - MAY 23 - Join us for role-playing game night at the Truro Public Library from 5:30 - 8 pm. We provide the supplies, you provide the imagination. Film Series - MAY 24 - Rotation of classic, documentary, and foreign films at Truro Public Library, 1:30 pm. For movie title call 902-895-4183 or visit our website at lovemylibrary.ca Needlework Drop-in - MAY 25 - Truro Public Library 3 - 4:30 pm. Work on needlework crafts; bring a project, or help us knit a community project. Basic knitting and crochet instruction is available. Ages 8 - adult. Scrabble - MAY 29- Join us for non-competitive Scrabble games from 2 - 4:30 pm at the Truro Public Library with a rotation each game. Dictionaries and cheat sheets are permitted. Monthly Matinee - MAY 29 - 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 - MAY 30 - Join us for role-playing game night at the Truro Public Library from 5:30 - 8 pm. We provide the supplies, you provide the imagination.
  • 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.
  • TRURO COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE

    TRURO COMMUNITY BLOOD DRIVE at the Immanuel Baptist Church, Robertson/Church Hall, 295 Young Street. Wednesday, May 3 - 4:30pm to 8:30pm Thursday, May 4 - 1pm to 3pm and 5pm to 8pm Friday, May 5 - 10am to 1pm Thursday, June 8 - 1pm to 3pm and 5pm to 8pm Make your appointment today by calling 1-888-236-6283 or online at www.blood.ca. Help to reach 370 donations!
  • Brunswick Street Beanery is BACK! MAY 5 TO 26

    The Brunswick Street Beanery is BACK! TAKE-OUT, HOME BAKED BEANS AND BROWN BREAD. Friday afternoons from 2-5 PM. Curbside service at the Church corner of Brunswick and Wood Street. $7.99 order contains 1 litre of baked beans and a loaf of brown bread. Makes 4 servings.
  • 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
  • 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
  • IWK Auxiliary's Art Show and Sale

    Love art? Need a painting for that bare wall? Then take in the IWK Auxiliary's Art Show and Sale, May 18-27. There will be over 100 original paintings donated by local artists for sale. As well, raffle tickets for three items, including a watercolour by Chris Marin, are available now at the Biggs and Littles Gift Shop at the IWK. The proceeds from the Art Show and Sale will support the Auxiliary's contributions toward providing care and comfort to patients and families at the IWK. The Art Show and Sale takes place at the Chase Gallery, NS Archives Building at 6016 University Ave. The Opening Reception is on Thursday, May 18th from 7-9 pm (everyone welcome). The show continues on Friday, May 19th from 9 am to 4:30 pm, on Tuesday, May 23rd from 9 am to 4:30 pm, on Wednesday, May 24th from 9 am to 9 pm and on Thursday, May 25th through Saturday, May 27th from 9 am to 4:30 pm. Admission is free. Come out and support a good cause.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • BBQ fundraiser for the mental health art project Outsider Insight

    BBQ fundraiser for the mental health art project Outsider Insight. In partnership with lead with your heart they will be slanging burgers and dogs at 10 Inglis Place,"Sea Shell Design" on Friday, May 26th from 5pm to 8pm. Prizes to be won.
  • Canadian Wild Turkey Federation Truro Stuttin Gobbers 4th Hunting Heritage Banquet

    Canadian Wild Turkey Federation Truro Stuttin Gobbers are having their 4th Hunting Heritage Banquet on Friday, May 26th at Jenkins Hall, DAL AC, 40 Horseshoe Crescent, Bible Hill. The doors open at 5:30pm and dinner is at 7pm. Single Ticket $60 Couple ticket $80 Sponsor ticket $275 Couple Sponsor Ticket $300 Youth Ticket $25 Visiting Member Ticket $25 (Ticket purchase includes membership to CWTF) For tickets go to: trurostruttingobblers@gmail.com or Facebook - cwtf
  • 1st Annual WTH (Women That Hunt) Golf Invitational

    1st Annual WTH (Women That Hunt) Golf Invitational in Support Of Canadian Soldier On Program Saturday May 27 at the Brookfield Golf & Country Club. Featuring: Special Guest TODD KEIRSTEAD - Toronto's own Trick-Shot Entertainer. Founder of Golf with Attitude. Tournament details: $300 per team of FOUR, Entry deadline: May 19. Registration : 8a, Shotgun start: 9am. BBQ Steak lunch (included in entry fee) Trick-Shot Entertainment by Todd Keirstead. Prizes, Giveaways & More! For more information: email: golf@womenthathunt.com or phone: 902-402-1200.
  • Thistle Quilt Guild Quilt Show and Tea

    Thistle Quilt Guild Quilt Show and Tea on Saturday, May 27th from 10am to 4pm at the Westville Civic Auditorium, 2042 Queen Street, Westville. There will be a raffle quilt and door prizez. Admission is $5. The facility is wheelchair accessible.
  • Spring Shopping Event

    Spring Shopping Event on Saturday, May 27th from 10am to 2pm at the Great Village Legion. Many crafters using reclaimed products for your home yard and garden. Home baking and so much more. Free admission. Canteen on site. Stop in and browse for a bit.
  • Crib Tournament

    Crib Tournament on Saturday, May 27 at 1 P.M. at the Royal Canadian Legion #64,Tatamagouche. The $20 Per Team (2). Lunch Services. All money returned as prizes. Everyone Welcome. Wheelchair Accessible.
  • Jamboree

    Jamoboree on Saturday, May 27th at 1:30pm at the Upper Nine Mile River Community Hall. Many talented entertainers. 50/50 draw. Door prize and a lunch. Admission is $5. Proceeds to the Nova Scotia Parkinsons Foundation.
  • An evening of Country Music

    An evening of Country Music with P.E.I. artist Jeannie Cameron on Saturday, May 27th at West Branch Hall. Showtime is 7:00PM. Tickets are $10.00 each; call 902-351-2260 or purchase at door. Fundraiser for Hall.
  • Benefit for Gary (Rusty) Rushton

    Benefit for Gary (Rusty) Rushton on Saturday, May 27th from 7pm to midnight at the Truro Fire Hall. There will be door prizes, 50/50 and great music and dancing.
  • Breakfast at St John's Hall in River John

    Breakfast at St John's Hall in River John on Sunday, May 28th from 7;30- 10am. The cost is $7.00 each. The menu: Bacon & Eggs, baked beans, fruit cup, toast & beverage.
  • 3D Archery Shoot

    3D Archery Shoot on Sunday, May 28th at the Linwood Ballfield. Take Exit 37, Monastery, follow 3D signs. Registration is from 8-9. All ages welcome.
  • MS Walk

    There’s a good chance you know someone living with multiple sclerosis because Canada has the highest rate of MS in the world. That’s why so many Canadians come together for the MS Walk every year. We walk for our mothers, daughters, fathers, brothers, cousins and friends. We walk to end multiple sclerosis. And while Canada does have the highest rate of MS in the world, we are also home to some of the best MS research. Let’s be the country that finds the cure for Canada’s disease. Join the Medavie Blue Cross MS Walk on Sunday, May 28th and take the next step to end MS. Register today at mswalks.ca
  • Peacekeepers Day at Veterans Memorial Park, Bass River

    International UN Peacekeepers Day and once again Canadian Peacekeepers will be honoured by a special ceremony at the Veterans Memorial Park, 5653 Highway #2 in Bass River on Sunday, May 28th. Peacekeepers Motorcycle Parade at 10:30, followed by a march of all veterans from the Bass River Fire Hall to the park. This year, in recognition of Canada’s 150th anniversary, there will be a special and stirring addition to the parade: the Stadacona Band of the Royal Canadian Navy. The program at 11:00 a.m service includes recognition of RCMP Peacekeepers by a stalwart Newfoundlander, Gerry White, and the presentation of a tall metal yellow ribbon (the familiar Support Our Troops symbol) donated to the park by UN-NATO. Following the ceremony, everyone is welcome to join the peacekeepers, veterans and the Stadacona Band at a reception up the hill at West Colchester Consolidated School.
  • 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.
  • Roast Beef Supper

    Roast Beef Supper on Sunday, May 28th from 4:30-6:30pm at the St. Andrew's United Church, 36 Elderbank Back Rd, Elderbank.
  • Wentworth United Church Supper 'n Sing

    The Wentworth United Church are having Supper 'n Sing on Sunday, May 28th at 5pm. Musical guest "The Fella's". Everyone welcome.
  • 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.
  • Memorial Hymn Sing

    Memorial Hymn Sing on Sunday, May 28th at 7:00 PM at the Hilden United Church. Refreshments to follow in the Hall. Everyone welcome.
  • Community Consultation

    The public is invited to a public information session about the Dalhousie Agricultural Campus Thermal Plant Upgrade. The thermal plant has been in use for close to 25 years and is near the end of its useful life. Dalhousie is upgrading the current heating plant building with a new biomass power boiler and generator that will promote and support existing and new sustainable biomass supply. The Community Consultation will take place on Wednesday, May 31 to learn more about the project. Drop in and speak to the experts from 3:30-4:30 p.m., or stay for the formal presentation from 4:30-5:30 p.m. at the Riverview Room, Jenkins Hall, Agricultural Campus 40 Horseshoe Crescent, Bible Hill.
  • Second Annual Truro & Colchester Chamber of Commerce Lobster and Steak Kitchen Party

    It's the Second Annual Truro & Colchester Chamber of Commerce Lobster and Steak Kitchen Party at the Truro Golf Club on Wednesday, May 31st beginning at 6 p.m. with live music. It's a fundraiser for the Chamber your "voice for local business". The members cost is $45 For steak, or $60. For lobster and steak. RSVP by calling 902-895-6328.
  • Annual General Meeting of the Lockerby Memorial Cemetery Association

    The Annual General Meeting of the Lockerby Memorial Cemetery Association will be held at the Tatamagouche Library, Main St., on Wednesday, May 31st at 6:30 p.m. Everyone welcome.
  • Music Circle Jam

    Music Circle Jam on Wednesday, May 31 from 7PM till 10PM. Admission for players is free, listeners are asked to contribute $2.50. Light refreshments. Proceeds for the Community Hall.
  • 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.
  • Truro Prostate Cancer Support Group to Meet

    The monthly meeting of Truro Prostate Cancer Support Group will be held on Thursday, June 1st at 7pm in the meeting room, Truro Police Station, Prince St, This is the last meeting until Sept. All welcome.
  • 17th Annual West Pictou Wildlife Association Gun Show

    17th Annual West Pictou Wildlife Association Gun Show will be held at 266 Park Street, New Glasgow, Exit 25 on Friday, June 2nd from 2pm to 10pm and Saturday, June 3rd from 9am to 5pm. Admission is $5.
  • TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Nova Scotia Hosting Annual Provincial Recognition Days

    TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly) Nova Scotia will be hosting their Annual Provincial Recognition Days (PRD) at Cobequid Educational Centre, Truro, NS on June 2 and 3, 2017. During the weekend they will be honoring those who achieved great weight loss in 2016 with the "crowning" of the Provincial Royalty (King and Queen) taking place on Saturday evening. This honour is given to the male and female registering the largest weight loss for 2016.The Saturday Evening Ceremonies begin at 7:00 pm. TOPS Club, Inc. is a non-profit weight loss support organization. TOPS encourages weight loss and maintenance through mutual support, sensible eating and exercise. The heart of that support comes during weekly Chapter meetings. A TOPS Chapter is a self-help group of like-minded people willing to encourage one another, share information and help each other stay on track as they develop enjoyable lifestyle changes.
  • Talk about the Devistation of our Forests

    A meeting our the devistation of our forests will be held on Friday, June 2nd from 7-9pm at the Meagher's Grant Community Hall. The talk will be presented by Bob Bancroft, Conservationist and Wildlife Biologist.
  • 25th Annual Fishing Derby

    25th Annual Fishing Derby at Isasc's Lake, Westchester on Saturday, June 3rd from 7am to 6pm. No fishing license is required. $10 adult, $5 child (12 and under). Lots of prizes to be won. Open to all ages, boats are welcome. Canteen available. Sponsored by the Westchester Fire Department.
  • Colchester County Show n Shine

    The Colchester County Show n Shine presented by the Mercury Club will take place on Saturday, June 3rd from 8am to 5pm and Sunday, June 4th from 8am to 3pm across from Masstown Market. A portion of all proceeds to be donated to Special Olympics Cobequid Region.
  • Bike Rodeo

    The Wentworth Learning Centre are putting on a Bike Rodeo on June 3rd from 9am-10pm at the Wentworth Learning Centre,13371 Hwy 4, Wentworth on Saturday, June 3rd from 9am-10pm. There will be having safety checks with the Bike Specialist mechanic, road safety with the RCMP, obstacle courses, games and of course tons of prizes!
  • IWK Telethon for Children

    The 33rd annual IWK Telethon for Children will broadcast live on CTV Atlantic. Join us as we share inspirational stories from across the Maritime region. The IWK cares for countless Maritime children each year. You can help make sure they receive the care they deserve.
  • Truro Elementary PTG Annual Family Carnival

    The Truro Elementary PTG will be holding its Annual Family Carnival at Truro Elementary School on Saturday, June 3rd from 11 to 1:00, rain or shine. There will be a dunk tank, popcorn, face painting, 3-legged races, sack races, archery, touch-a-truck, a mock jail, and much more. Activity cards are $5 and are available at the door. This event is open to everyone far and wide!!
  • Stewiacke Area Refugee Settlement Group (STARS) Hosting Summer BBQ

    Stewiacke Area Refugee Settlement Group (STARS) is hosting a Summer BBQ on Saturday, June 3rd from 11am to 1pm at the Stewiacke Baptist Church. Picnic fun and food for the whole family. Free will offering.
  • Paint Night and Silent Auction

    Paint Night and Silent Auction on Saturday, June 3rd at the Douglas Street Community Center from 1-3 PM to raise funds for Kayla Allen's Volunteer Humanitarian trip to Ecuador with the organization Me to We. Registration for the paint night is open to youth and adults and to register to call 902-897-2440 or go to the Empty Nest Designs Facebook page to register and view the painting.
  • Church Supper

    Church Supper at the Sedgwick Memorial Presbyterian Church, Tatamagouche, on Saturday, June 3rd 4pm to 6pm. They will be serving casseroles, baked beans, salads, bread and desserts. Adults $10, children under 12 - $5 or until sold out. Proceeds for church purposes.
  • Lemmon Hill Musical Jamboree

    Lemmon Hill Musical Jamboree on Sunday, June 4th from 2pm to 4pm at 272 Lemmon Hill Road in Dean. Featuring: CC & Bill Connolly, Earle McMichael, Ron & Dianne O'Brien and Ellis Weir.
  • Confederacy of Mainland Mi'kmaq announces Birch Bark Canoe Builder Live Exhibit and Youth Apprentice

    The Confederacy of Mainland Mi'kmaq in partnership with the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage are pleased to announce the Mi'kmaw Birch Bark Canoe Builder Live Exhibit and Youth Apprentice Program with renowned Mi'kmaw artist Todd Labrador. The program will take place over six weeks starting June 5th and run until July 14th at the Millbrook Cultural and Heritage Centre in Millbrook, NS. The Mi'kmaq Birch Bark Canoe Builder Apprentice Program aims to allow Mi'kmaw Community youth to work alongside Mi'kmaw canoe builder and artist, Todd Labrador, in the creation of a traditionally made birch bark canoe. Four youth will be selected from the Mainland Nova Scotia Mi'kmaw Communities to work with Todd over a six-week period at the Millbrook Cultural and Heritage Center. The program will allow the youth involved to learn about traditional canoe building practices and allow the general public the view this extremely rare skill. When completed the canoe will be put on permanent display in the lobby of the Millbrook Hampton Inn & Suites.
  • The Carillon Singers will share the bill with Seventh Wave Barbershop Quartet

    The Carillon Singers will share the bill with Seventh Wave Barbershop Quartet to present an indulgent selection of vocal music, Friday, June 9th, 7:30pm at the Steinhart Distillery in Arisaig, Nova Scotia. As the show’s tongue in cheek title suggests, the song selection puts our “Bad Habits” on display – with musical numbers from Broadway, Opera, Pop Classics, and everything in between, there is sure to be something for everyone. Tickets are $15 each or $25 for a pair, available at Chediac Furniture - tickets will be available at the door, however, concertgoers are encouraged to get them in advance as space is limited.
  • Ravenous for Rhubarb Festival 10th Annual Flaunt and Flash Car/Truck Show

    Ravenous for Rhubarb Festival 10th Annual Flaunt and Flash Car/Truck Show will be held on Sunday, June 11th from 9am to 3pm at Mastadon Ridge, Stewiacke, Exit 11, Highway 102. For more information contact 902-639-2296 or email jenniferjtibert@hotmail.com.
  • Wayward Cats Society Royal Garden Party

    Join your favorite princesses at the Wayward Cats Society Royal Garden Party at the Riverfront Park, Truro on Saturday, June 17th from 12:00 - 3:00pm. Spend the day with Belle, Merida, Tinkerbell, Jasmine, Olaf, Anna and Elsa. Sing-alongs, Dress up, Jewelry making, gem and jewel hunt, snack time amore more. All princesses must be accompanied by a King or Queen for the event! Tickets can be purchased at the Truro Vet Hospital beginning May 17th. Ticket price is $35 for one princess and $25 for each additional princess. All money raised will help the homeless and neglected cats in Colchester County. *Rain date will be June 18th, 12:00 - 3:00pm. Find out more on the Wayward Cats Society Facebook Page
  • 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.
  • 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.