• 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+.
  • Indoor Flea Market

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

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

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

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

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

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

    Wentworth Baptist Church invites you to their outdoor " Open Air Sunday’s" July and August at 7 p.m. at the Wentworth Provincial Park (rain location is at the church) beginning July 9th. Enjoy great music.
  • Truro Saints Rugby Clubhosting Canadian Rugby Championships

    The Truro Saints Rugby Club will be hosting Canadian Rugby Championships (CRC) in the under-19 men’s and senior women’s divisions July 17-22. There will be a canteen and BBQ on site, with games happening each day. Also, a mini rugby jamboree for kids from across the province before the championship games take place Saturday afternoon.
  • 21st Annual Back to School Campaign

    The United Way of Colchester County is currently accepting registrations and donations for its 21st Annual Back to School Campaign. Through the program, which is a partnership of the United Way, Maggie’s Place Family Resource Centre, the Child Help Initiative Program, Schools Plus and Third Place Transition House, donations are gathered from the community and put into school starter kits for families struggling to meet this yearly challenge. Your donation of new school supplies, such as backpacks, 1 and 2 inch binders, markers, rulers, duotangs and scissors, can be dropped off at The United Way, 90 Esplanade, Suite 2, Staples Business Depot, The Colchester-East Hants Public Library, The Truro Mall, or The Rath Eastlink Community Centre. This year they will also have Giving Trees displayed with lists of the school supplies needed most at the United Way office, Staples and both the Stewiacke and Tatamagouche Libraries. If you’d prefer to give a financial gift, please drop by the United Way office, or visit their secure on-line gift catalogue at www.colchester.unitedway.ca. Families wishing to register for the program are encouraged to visit or call the United Way at 902.895.9313. Registrations and donations will be accepted until Friday, August 15th.
  • 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
  • Truro Homeless Outreach Society Softball Tournament

    Truro Homeless Outreach Society will be hosting a softball tournament on Saturday, July 22 from 8 am to 8 pm. Still in need of teams. $200 to register. 12 teams total. Co-Ed tournament - Teams must have 3 girls on field at all times. BBQ, 50/50's and prizes to be one. Home Run Derby to take place at lunch time $5 per participant.
  • Derek Pineo Coed Softball Tournament in Stewiacke

    Derek Pineo Coed Softball Tournament in Stewiacke on Saturday, July 22nd and Sunday, July 23rd at the fields in Stewiacke from 8:30am to 6pm. There will be a BBQ at the ball field during the Tournament to support the Tema Contor Foundation. There is still an available spot or two in the Softball Tournament if anyone is wishing to put a team in they can contact Greg at greg.pineo@iclould.ca. Also on Saturday night there will be a fundraising dance from 9pm to 1am. featuring Nova Scotia's own "Kevin Davison" and his band at the Stewiacke Community Hall, which is above the Stewiacke Fire Dept. The cost to come to the dance is only $10 and you can get your tickets in advance or buy them at the door till sold out. All the money raised is going to local charity.
  • Kids Fun Day in Downtown Truro

    Downtown Truro is making Saturday, July 22 all about the kids with a fun day full of kid-friendly activities, demonstrations, and positive energy at civic square. There will be demonstrations by Truro Allstar Cheer and Tumble, a hip hop workshop by Cobequid Dance Academy and more. There will be lots of fun for the kids, including free face-painting and balloon animals, yard games popcorn samples and free pony rides. Downtown Truro's fun day will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Truro's civic square. For the full list of exciting activities, find the event on Downtown Truro's Facebook page.
  • Antique Tool & Vintage Working Vehicle & Engine Show

    Sutherland Steam Mill, 3169, Hwy 326, Denmark - Antique Tool & Vintage Working Vehicle & Engine Show on Saturday July 22 from 10:30 AM to 2:30 PM. BBQ 11:30 -1:30. Free Admission - Donations gratefully accepted.
  • Coming Home to Brookfield Parade

    Coming Home to Brookfield Parade on Saturday, July 22 at 11am. The Parade route: Train station to the Sportsplex, Parade assembly at Creelman Park/Train Station at 10:30am. Grab a free flag and follow the parade.
  • River John Volunteer Fire Department Annual Lobster Dinner

    The River John Volunteer Fire Department will be holding their Annual Lobster Dinner at the Fire Hall on Saturday, July 22nd starting at 12 noon until sold out. Adults $20, children $15.
  • Sunset Community Summer Fair

    Sunset Community Summer Fair on Saturday, July 22nd from 1:00 to 4:00. The Sunset Community Canada 150 Coloring Contest Awards Complimentary Tea 1:30 to 3:00. Live Music with Eric Fresia, the Clan Band, Jaycee Hawks, Ukulele Band, Sam & Ghost Dog Tricks, Face Painting,Jill’s Girls Games, 4H Petting Zoo, Fish Pond & Crafts, Large Gift & Craft sale at Sunset Industries Display Cotton Candy & Snow Cones. Pugwash Fire Dept. Ice Cream Booth Sunset Community Auxiliary 50/50 Draw & Treasures. Proceeds to the Sunset Ladies Auxiliary.
  • Lobster Dinner in Maitland Cancelled

    Chart Society Hide Tides Arts and Community Centre, Maitland LOBSTER DINNER for Saturday, July 22 and Sunday, July 23 has been cancelled due to kitchen renovations.
  • Old Time Dance

    Old Time Dance on Saturday, July 22nd 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.
  • Halifax Antique Car Club 54th Annual Car Show

    The Halifax Antique Car Club will be holding their 54th annual car show Sunday, July 23, at Halifax Exhibition Centre, 200 Prospect Rd, Halifax from 9 am to 3.30 pm rain or shine. Show will feature hundreds of antique and classic cars and trucks, bake table, auction, and prize draws. Adult admission $5.00 per person, children under 12 free accompanied by adult. Our show proceeds benefit our charities - NS Early Childhood Development Intervention Services, and Building Futures Employment Society.
  • Annual Chicken BBQ

    The Community of Toney River will be holding their Annual Chicken BBQ, from 11am to 3pm at the community hall. The cost is $12 for a large meal (1/2 chicken) or $8 for a small meal (1/4 chicken). Musical Entertainment provided by Geezer, Toney River T-shirts for sale.
  • Grand Opening of the Riverfront Deck and Docks

    Grand Opening of the Riverfront Deck and Docks on Sunday, July 23 at1:30 pm at the Bissell Park Riverfront, River John. Celebrate River John Community in Action. Join us by land or by water. Bring your own chair Rain or shine.
  • Truro Public Library - Pride Week 2017

    Truro Public Library - Pride Week 2017 Monday, July 24 - 1pm Town Hall - Rainbow Flag Raising Tuesday, July 25th at 6pm Read Room - Trangendered Health Panel Wednesday, July 26th at 6pm - Read Room - Parents and Friends of Lesbians and Gays (PFLAG) Truro Chapter Thursday, July 27th at 6pm - Read Room - John Sylliboy - Two Spirited Indigenous People Saturday, July 29th at 10:30am - Children's Area - Pride Week Storytime with Jake and Shaun from Jake and Shaun's Big Gay Affair
  • Annual Hot Dog IWK BBQ

    Annual Hot Dog IWK BBQ on Thursday, July 27th from 11am to 2pm at the Medical Hall Pharmasave, 233 Foord Street in Stellaton in the parking lot. There will be games, face painting, food and live music. All proceeds go to the IWK. This is the 20th year and have raised over $17,000 since 1998! Everyone welcome.
  • Stewiacke Valley 4-H Club Achievement Day

    Stewiacke Valley 4-H Club, serving youth in the Upper and Middle Stewiacke areas will hold their Achievement Day on Saturday, July 29th, 2017. Horse classes will be held at Fultons Farm, 339 Otterbrook Road at 9 am. Life Skills and other Livestock Classes will begin at 10:30 am at the Upper Stewiacke Fire Hall. Free BBQ lunch. Everyone. Welcome.
  • Colchester Historeum Open House Day

    Colchester Historeum Open House Day on Saturday, July 29 from 10am-3pm. They want to hear from you! Visitors will be asked to complete a survey and give feedback on the Historeum. Free admission, all welcome!
  • Lobster Dinner at the River John Salem United Church

    Lobster Dinner at the River John Salem United Church on Saturday, July 29 from 11:30 am to Sold Out. The price: Adult $20.00, Children $10.00. Ham also available. All Meals sold in take-out containers.
  • Country Supper

    Country Supper at Malagash Community Hall, 1926 North Shore Rd. on Saturday July 29 from 4:00-6:00. Adults- $12.00, under 12 years old- $6.00, preschoolers free. Casserols, beans, pie, homemade rolls, bread, and biscuits. Proceeds got to the Malagash Salt Mine Museum.
  • Truro Community Blood Drive

    Truro Community Blood Drive is being held at the Immanuel Baptist Church Hall on: Thursday, August 3 from 1pm to 3pm and 5pm to 8pm Book your appointment through Canadian Blood Services and help reach their goal of 120 donations! Call 1-888-DONATE (1-888-236-6283) OR on line at: www.blood.ca
  • 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!
  • Car Wash, rummage sale, book sale and bake sale

    A Car Wash, rummage sale, book sale and bake sale will be held on Saturday, August 5th from 10am to 2pm at the Sharon Presbyterian Church Hall in Dean. Lunch available. Sponsored by the Board of Managers.
  • 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.
  • Ready Made Supper

    August 5 is the deadline to order a ready-made supper at home with ham, rolls, salad, and blueberry dessert for just $12. To order, simply call (902) 257-2630 or (902) 257-2088. Meals can be picked up at the Wallace United Church on August 12 at 4:00 pm. Home delivery is also available on request.
  • Milford Gospel Jamboree

    Milford Gospel Jamboree will be held on Sunday, August 13th at 2pm at the Milford Lantz United Church, 2134 Highway #2 Milford. A variety of entertainers with host Colin Judge. Good will offering. All proceeds to the Church.
  • Lead With Your Heart will host a Talking Circle centered around Alcoholism/Addictions

    Lead With Your Heart will host a Talking Circle centered around Alcoholism/Addictions at 7 p.m. at First United Church on Wednesday, August 16.
  • 6th Annual Joe Walsh Memorial Golf Tournament

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

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

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