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Date of Event:  September - June, 2019
Event Information: Project ARC, a multiple award winning human rights education touring show is looking for youth cast members (volunteers) (12 -20 years of age) for the 2018-19 school year. The cast has traveled extensively, to elementary and junior high schools in HRM plus parts of mainland Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, for the last several years. Contact Janice at for more details.

Date of Event:  Ongoing

Event Information: Research shows that children with working memory issues have a greater risk of dropping out of school. Neurofeedback is hailed as the best intervention for ADHD. It is a long-term solution. You or your child’s attention and improved behaviour will last for many years to come. Location: 32 Dundas Street, Downtown Dartmouth. It helps people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), Learning Disabilities (LD) and High Functioning Autism (ASD). There are no cures for ADHD, LD or ASD. This program helps with attention, impulsivity, error reduction, auditory processing, social skills, spatial memory, short-term memory, delay in processing, working memory and more. We offer modules to address these issues. Must have an IQ greater than 80%. Please, contact Maya @ 902-461-1761 for a free consultation. Our website has more information under Programs. This is a Scent Free Place. Please, respect the sensitivities of others.

Date of Event:  February 22 -24, 2019

Event Information: The Halifax Kennel Club is holding it's 317 to 320th Dog Shows the weekend of Feb 22-24th at the Halifax Forum. We wished to invite the public to come out and visit the show and the Meet the Breeds booth. Talk to responsible owners/Breeders about breeds best suited to your lifestyle and to watch the dog show. Halifax's version of Westminster. We encourage responsible dog ownership. Proceeds from the show assist with our Community projects. We are finalizing details for the 2019 project. Past projects included Pet Oxygen Masks for HRM Fire Dept., prior Soft Body Armor (vests) for the HRM canine unit. Please note: to prevent dogs from being left in cars, only dogs entered in the Show are permitted in the building.

Date of Event:  February 23, 2019

Event Information:  Winterlude is the Fine Arts Parents Association’s main fundraising activity—a celebration and showcase of the vocal and instrumental talents of the Halifax Regional Arts Music (West) Program. Proceeds from the event go directly to support Halifax Regional Arts Music (West) students. When: February 23, 2019 Where: The McInness Room, Student Union Building (2nd Floor) 6136 University Avenue, Dalhousie University Details: 2:00 – 4:00 pm – Afternoon schedule, balloon pop, raffle baskets & silent auction 7:00 – 11:00 pm – Evening performances, DJ dance, raffle basket & silent auction

Date of Event:  February 23, 2019

Event Information: ARK is a community where youth are valued, respected and encouraged to thrive. We walk alongside these young people, building relationships that allow us to help them access vital services in the community, individual support, emergency shelter, and long-term housing, while providing them with a sense of community and belonging for over 25 years. Each year ARK holds a fundraiser called Coldest Night of the Year on Saturday, February 23. We would love you to walk in one of the 2, 5, or 10 km options (choose the Halifax Downtown location) or volunteer as a welcomer, server, route marshal, or driver. We hope to see you there!

Date of Event:  March 2, 2019

Event Information: The Windsor Lions Club will be holding an Art Auction, Live & Silent, Mar. 2nd, from 7-11pm at the Windsor Comm. Ctr., 78 Thomas St. Watch amateur artists such as our Mayor, Warden, Staff Sergeant, a Fire Chief, King Lion, plus 3 others duel it out in a “Paint Off” followed by their works of art being auctioned off. Brian Johnston will direct the Big Valley Swing Orchestra to provide music for listening and dancing. Finger foods will be provided. A Cash Bar is on site. Restricted to ages 19 and over. $30 Admission Tickets include 2 complimentary beverages. Advance ticket locations include Home Hardware, Cocoa Pesto and Tatum’s Fashions, all in Windsor. They will also be available at the door.

Date of Event: March 2, 2019

Event Information: Columnist and new author, Doreen Coady, is launching her first book 100 Moms 1000 Tips 1 Million Reasons at Colchester East Hants Public Library in Elmsdale, March 2 at 11am. More details can be found on Facebook and Instagram - #100Moms.

Date of Event:  March 5, 2019

Event Information:  The Halifax Support Group for People Who Stutter is hosting a Maritimes premiere of the 2017 movie WHEN I STUTTER. This award-winning documentary reveals the profound emotional impact that stuttering has had on a diverse group of individuals who share their stories about how stuttering has impacted their lives – some are dark, some are funny and others are triumphant! Additionally, there are “educational vignettes” interspersed throughout the documentary to help illuminate some of the mysteries surrounding stuttering.

The free-of-charge screening will start at 7pm on Tuesday March 5th 2019 in room 301 at the Halifax Central Library, 5440 Spring Garden Road, Halifax. First-come first-served. Doors open at 6.45pm.

Date of Event:  March 5, 2019

Event Information: Pancake Supper, Shrove Tuesday Tuesday, March 5, 2019, 4:00 – 6:00 pm Church of the Good Shepherd, Beaver Bank Eat In or Take Out Sausages, Pancakes , Homemade Beans Brown Bread/Biscuits, Gingerbread/Apple Crisp Tea/Coffee Preschoolers Free Under 12 $4.00/person Adults $10.00/person

Date of Event:  March 5, 2019

Event Information: The Anglican Church of Saint Andrew, 2 Circassion Drive (corner of Forrest Hills Parkway), Cole Harbour is looking forward to your attendance at our Shrove Tuesday Pancake Supper. The supper consists of pancakes & sausages and homemade cookies for dessert. Coffee or tea will be served with juice packs for children. Please come and bring your family and friends. All are welcome. Cost: A Free Will Offering. Tuesday, March 5th from 4:30 pm – 6:30 pm. What a great opportunity for fellowship and nourishment.

Date of Event:  March 30, 2019

Event Information: Trivia Night Fundraiser (19+) North Woodside Community Centre. 230 Pleasant Street, Dartmouth, NS Saturday March 30th, 2019 7:30 pm, Doors open at 7:00 pm Cost to enter team (max of 6 players): $30.00 Snack and Limited Beverage Bar (beers, coolers, wine) on site Grand Prizes: 1st - $150.00 2nd - $75.00 3rd - $50.00 Registration begins February 1st 902-463-9276

Date of Event:  May 4, 2019

Event Information: On Saturday May 4th, 2019, Off Leash East Hants Society is happy to advise that we are going to have a GRAND OPENING for our off leash Dog Park. We will have music, food, people, and lots lots more, and hope that you can be a part of it as well. What so special about us. well we started 20 months ago with a dream and by we, I mean a base group of 5 animal lovers. We saw a need for a dog park, and we went about raising the money needed to do it, and well, we did it..our park is unique. It will have a memorial wall for those dogs who have passed. We are the second park in Nova Scotia that has been created by community members (Lunenburg was the first)Our park is in East Hants, which is one of two communities that showed an increase in population. So we are kind of a big deal. We hope that you can come join the fun, and help us celebrate this wonderful achievement.