• Tampon Tuesday

    During the month of May, join BOUNCE 100.9 as we support Tampon Tuesday! Any day of the week, bring a donation of tampons or pads to The Hub and we will make certain to get them in the right hands!! Toiletries for Care Packages are welcome as well!
  • Ida’s Cupboard now open

    Take what you need and leave what you want. A helping hand for those in need. Located at the parking lot of the First United Church, Truro.
  • Alan Syliboy Art Studio Grand Opening

    On Thursday, June 1 at 42 Legends Avenue, Millbrook Power Centre. Opening is at 1PM, live music starting at 3PM with a variety of entertainers.
  • 29th Annual Fishing Derby at Isaac's Lake Westchester

    On Saturday, June 3 from 7AM-6PM. No fishing license required. Registration - $10.00 Adult $5.00 Child (12 and under). Lots of prizes to be won. Open to all ages. Boats welcome. Canteen available. Sponsored by the Westchester Fire Department. Can't wait to see everyone once again!! For more info contact Justin Rushton 902-897-7706.
  • Truro Bicycle Rodeo

    On Saturday, June 3 in the Colchester Legion Stadium Parking lot. Are you in grades P-6? Come develop your riding skills by learning new techniques, proper helmet fitting, and participating in drills and traffic simulations. There are three time slots available, pre-registration preferred. Group 1 (10:00-10:30am) Group 2 (10:30-11:00am) Group 3 (11:00-11:30am) There is even a bike parade (starting at the Stadium) where you get to ride through the streets, from 12PM-1PM! You do not have to register for this portion of the event. For more info or to register:
  • Chase the Ace in support of the Truro Horsemen's Club and Truro Raceway

    Chase the Ace at the Truro Horsemen’s Club, 288 Main Street, Truro in support of The Truro Horsemen's Club and Truro Raceway. Tickets are $5 each and available at the club and Kennedy's Variety. Draws are every Saturday's from 12PM-4PM with the draw after 4PM.
  • Ham Salad Take out Dinner

    The Durham Ladies Guild are hosting a Ham Salad Take out Dinner on Saturday, June 3. Pick up is between 1:30PM-3PM at the Durham Church Hall. Price is $12.00 Orders can be phoned in to Sheila 902-485-4411, Marilyn 902-485-4891 or Cheryl 902-485-6133 by Friday, June 2.
  • Karaoke

    "Karaoke" on Saturdays at the River John Legion Branch 108, 2506 River John Station Rd, River John. Admission $5.00, dancing, bar and 50/50's for the singers prizes. Doors open at 7PM, Karaoke at 8PM.
  • Stem cells for Colton!

    Calling everyone from ages 17 to 35! Come on out and get swabbed. All it takes is a swab on the cheek and you could save a life! The swabbing will take place on Sunday, June 4 from 9AM-12PM at the Prospect Road Community Centre, 2141 Prospect Road, Hatchet Lake. #STEMCELLS4COLTON – It’s in you to give!
  • Truro North River 4-H Club Spring Fling

    Truro North River 4-H Club Spring Fling on Sunday, June 4th, 1-3pm at the 4H Barn- 73 Ryland Avenue, Bible Hill. Buy local goods from 4-H members including crafts, jewelry, honey, plants, baked goods, woodworking and more! Enjoy free entertainment- petting zoo and photo booth.
  • The Carillon Singers Spring Concert: Feathers & Fellas

    Feathers & Fellas: The Carillon Singers present a jazz inspired evening not to be missed! New Glasgow, Nova Scotia: Friday, June 9 at 7:30PM at Shaun’s Place, Arisaig, Nova Scotia and on Saturday, June 10 at 7:30PM at Steinhart Distillery. The Carillons Singers, an eclectic vocal ensemble of all female musicians from Pictou County. They are excited to bring the speakeasy experience to life with two nights of jazz inspired music, a cash bar and light hors d’oeuvres. To really bring the speakeasy vibe to the events, 1920s attire is encouraged. Under the direction of Vivi Chediac and pianist Karen Crowley, the Carillons will be joined by Paul Tupper & Fellas (Paul Tupper on guitar, Tanner MacDonald on bass, and Andrew Miller on drums). The Carillons Singers have connected women in music and song for 29 years in Pictou County. Rehearsing weekly, the choir aims to build friendships and foster connection through the gift of song to the community. The Carillons can be found performing annually at a variety of venues and events, in Pictou County and beyond. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased in advance only at Chediac Furniture, LBR Variety, and Curious Crow’s Coffee House, or by calling 902-771-0250. This is a 19+ event.
  • PJ Walk for Kids

    Get ready - the 7th annual Ronald McDonald House PJ Walk For Kids is happening on June 11th (and June 10th in Sydney)! The PJ Walk For Kids—presented by Vogue Optical—is a family-focused, pledge-based fundraiser that promises a morning of games, sponsor activities, and much more – all in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Atlantic. Register today, create your team, and start fundraising for Maritime families traveling for the hospital care their ill or injured child needs. For more information and to get started, visit!
  • Canada's Longest Running Country Music Jamboree

    Canada's Longest Running Country Music Jamboree at the Nine Mile River Community Centre (7160 Highway 14, Nine Mile River) on Sunday, June 11 from 2PM-4:30PM. Host band is Highway 14 along with a variety of performers. Admission is $10, 12 years and under $5. There will be 50/50 and canteen services. Proceeds for the Fire Department.
  • 7th Annual Colchester Book Fair

    With proceeds to support Bible Hill Kinsmen. SALE DATES: Friday, June 16 from 4PM-7PM & Sunday, June 17 from 10AM-5PM at the Truro Curling Club, 56 Young Street, Truro. If you have good used books, CDs, DVDs, vinyl records, games, puzzles, and comic books to donate contact: Email: or text: 902-814-0072. They appreciate donations, but are unable to accept: Technical Manuals, Encyclopedias, Textbooks, Magazines, VHS Tapes, or Reader's Digest Condensed Editions. Drop off locations: Century Honda, 126 Main Street, Feeds n Needs, 50 Juniper Street, Fundy Appliance, 178 Pictou Road. For more information: Facebook at:
  • Wentworth Recreation Centre Show & Shine

    On Saturday, June 24 from 10AM-4PM at 13752 Hwy 4, Wentworth, on the ball field. 9AM breakfast at Rec Centre. Canteen available all day!
  • Wentworth Rec Centre Events

    Saturday, June 24 - Car Show 10AM-4PM. The following events are regular happenings at the Rec centre: Pickle Ball: Mon/Wed/Sat: 10AM-12PM, Tuesday: Women - 6PM-8PM, Groups and individuals call Debby Lynds at 902-899-5568 to reserve a time slot. Walk n Talk: Tues/Thurs 1PM-2PM; Saturday's 1:30PM-2:30PM, Bingo: Sunday's at 1PM, returning to Thursday nights at 7PM on May 4, Gym: Mon-Fri 9AM-4:30PM, Thurs 6PM-8PM (starting May 4th) More info for patrons on our website, Cards and other games: Monday's at 7PM, Farmer's Market: every Friday's from 3:30PM-6:30PM until October 6.
  • The Jubilee 2023

    An annual three-day event featuring the best in Canadian and East Coast music, bringing top musical acts to the beautiful outdoor amphitheater on the New Glasgow waterfront.

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