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We're open! Following a lovely evening on Saturday, July 7, (sponsored by Derrick Kimball Law and K-Rock) with our first two shows, North Mountain Vanya and a musical Animal Farm by Fire,  we are now running the two shows Tuesday through Sunday. 

Elissa Barnard, a long-standing reviewer of theatre wrote:
"Two Planks and a Passion Theatre’s stimulating, enigmatic and intense production (of Vanya) at the Ross Creek Centre for the Arts is heavily Russian in mood, character and dazzling period costumes...a mix of Samuel Beckett and Jerry Seinfeld – bleak and funny, essentially about nothing or everything." 


Firefly Eco Cabin Project - support by July 24!

You can support this exciting building project happening at the Ross Creek Centre for the Arts!

The project is called The Firefly Eco Cabin Project. The idea behind the project is to build an Eco Cabin at the centre, which will serve as a learning space for sustainability. The term “Eco Cabin” refers to a cabin made from environmentally responsible building materials that is designed to be resource-efficient.

You can support the project's video and Kickstarter campaign by CLICKING HERE! The campaign runs until July 24!

The Firefly Eco Cabin Project would be a great example of how the Annapolis Valley is taking action towards a sustainable future.

New Haunts this 11th Year of Valley Ghost Walks

Now in their 11th year, Valley Ghost Walks are once again offering two-hour, family-friendly historical productions throughout the streets and cemeteries of various Annapolis Valley communities. Every Thursday until Halloween, Ghost Walks rotate between Wolfville, Kentville, and Windsor while also throwing into the mix a few Fridays in Halls Harbour and Saturdays at the Grand Pre Winery. There's also one indoor compilation show at the Cornwallis Inn in Kentville on Saturday, September 29.

New this year are two performances in late July at the Wolfville Anglican Church as part of their 200th anniversary celebrations. John Frederic Herbin, Mary Black, the Pratt sisters, Harry How, and many other ghostly parishioners will share their congressional contributions, made possible by the tremendous support of the Anglican Foundation of Canada.  

Not to be outdone, three performances of a new Hantsport Ghost Walk are happening in September and October, based on the incredible support of the Hantsport Memorial Community Centre. Come learn how this little ship-building town grew with the likes of Silas Rand, Hattie Chittick, Ben Jackson, Ann Churchill, and many others.

All tickets are available via, at any Ticketpro outlets, or cash-only before the walks as available. All regular walks are $20 for adults or $15for students and seniors 65+, which includes HST and all fees. The Grapely Ghost Walks at the Grand Pre Winery are $25 with wine and $20 without. 

The Annapolis Valley is the most historically-rich amazing area in all of North America, come celebrate it with a Valley Ghost Walk! These historical productions are most suitable for ages 10+. For more information, contact Jerome the Gravekeeper: 902-692-8546 / / / Facebook & Instagram




Hardware Gallery’s first group exhibit this season, entitled “The Red Show” runs from June 29 to July 25. What does the word RED mean to you? Seventeen artists were invited to present art works that represented the word “RED” for them. An eclectic and stunning collection of art pieces was the result. 

Hardware Gallery is run by the Kentville Art Gallery Society (KAGS). Established in 2017, KAGS is a nonprofit society with the mission to offer cultural experiences in downtown Kentville and provide exposure to contemporary and historical aesthetic practices. Find Hardware Gallery at or on Facebook.

24 passes ONLY $175.....BUT ONLY FOR A LIMITED TIME !!!
Use them all at once, as individual passes or in small groups.
Exciting Jr A hockey action starting in September at the Kings Mutual Century Centre in Berwick !!

Contact Mike Trinacty for details:  


 Summer Reading & Learning Challenge 2018

Berwick, Nova Scotia: Get ready to read! The Annapolis Valley Regional Library’s Summer Reading & Learning Challenge starts June 23. 

This summer, we will be tracking minutes read and we challenge students to read at least 20 minutes a day. When kids sign up online and log how many minutes they’ve read, they get to choose an avatar, leveling up as they read. Reading earns you prizes like stickers, buttons, and badges. 

Kids from birth to age twelve can register online or in person at their local library. It only takes a few minutes to sign up. Teens & Adults can participate as well.

Each week we will offer challenges online to earn ballots for Fun Passes to Upper Clements Parks, t-shirts, pool passes, and more. We have partnered with Oaklawn Farm Zoo to offer two days this summer when kids up to age 18 can get in free with their library card. Libraries across the valley have great programs lined up, such as storytimes, music, art, science, and technology.

The Summer Reading & Learning Challenge ends August 18. Signup ends August 4. Go to the Annapolis Valley Regional Library website at to find all the details and to register. Those who pre-register online between June 16 – June 22 will be entered to win a Family Pass to NS Museums

Help us #StrikeOutStroke

June is Stroke Month across Canada. Help us create more moments by hosting a fundraiser.

Information regarding this event can be found at the following link.

Also, please check out our June Stroke Report.

Please contact Ryan Krieg for more information at either (902) 334-1114 or

 The Middleton Rotary Club's Goldmine Toonie Draw

July 16:  #914 was generated this week. The number was played last week and the winner takes home $5,075. Pot resets to next week when the pot will be approximately $2,500.

Don't forget to play your toonie by Friday at Noon! 


“Wedding Belles Bridal Shop” A display of vintage 20th Century Wedding dresses from the permanent collection. Visit us to see the evolution of styles of wedding dresses over the course of a century. Learn how to care for a treasured gown. Exhibit opens May 18th and runs until August 31st  2018
Kings County Museum
37 Cornwallis Street
Kentville, NS


Our new and vibrant market will take place on Sundays from 10 - 2 at Victoria Park in Windsor, across from the Community centre. 

Interested Vendors may contact Karen Cooper 902 579 7652 or by email :

We will have locally sourced produce & products and entertainment in the bandstand.  


Seawinds Horse Archery is a newly formed small club which presently meets once a month for a group shot, although your main development in this sport is practiced/trained for alone. No archery or horse experience  required. Both skills are trained for and practiced separately long before they are put together into the final mixed martial art. 


Dates & Times: August 9-12, Day # 1 = The Bow, Day # 2 = The Horse, Day # 3 = The Bow & Horse, Day # 4 = Competition 
Costs: Participant $300 for all 4 days & Auditor $30 per day 
Accommodations: Camping on site for $30 for all 3 nights or local Hotel/B&B Options 
Experience: No previous horse archery experience required. 
Trainer: Lajos Kassai
Hosted By: Seawinds Horse Archery Club - first time in Atlantic Canada 
Horses: Provided on site or bring your own 


Just a reminder Chase the Ace has a new start time at the Wolfville and District Lions Club of 6:30 and the draw is shortly after 8.Canteen available 
Every Saturday at the Royal Canadian Legion in Wolfville enjoy darts, crokinole, pool, crib etc. 1-4pm. everyone welcome. free admission.


Wednesdays- Windsor Legion Eastlink TV Bingo, 6-7 pm Play at home or in the lounge on the big screen TV.  Cookie jar, jackpot prizes etc Regular games $100-$300 Bingo books available at the bar Info 902-798-0888

Thursdays- Windsor Legion Eastlink TV Bingo, 6-7 pm Play at home or in the lounge on the big screen TV.  Cookie jar, jackpot prizes etc Regular games $100-$300 Bingo books available at the bar Info 902-798-0888

Fridays- Chase the Ace at the Royal Canadian Legion Windsor Branch 009 Tickets and information are available during the week at the bar. Cut off for ticket purchase is 8:30 pm each, with the draw at approximately 8:45. Attendance is not required for the winner. Info 902-798-0888

Bingo every Sunday at the Windsor Legion Branch 009. Mini Bingo at 7:30 pm, regular games start at 7:45. All regular games $150.00. Cookie jar, hot balls, Bonanza etc. amounts to be determined. Info 902-798-0888



Please find listed below, the Bookmobile community stops schedule for the month of July 2018.

Tuesday,17 , 2018:

Brooklyn United Church 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Summerville Fire Hall 1:30 – 4:30 pm

Wednesday,18 July , 2018:

Springfield Fire Hall 11:15 am - 12:15 pm

East Dalhousie store 1:30 – 2:30 pm

Tuesday, 24 July, 2018

OAKLAWN FARM ZOO 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Wednesday, 25 July, 2018:

Maitland Bridge Community Hall 10:15 – 11:15 am

Cornwallis Park Basin View Mall 1:00 – 2:00 pm

Bear River Grocery Store 2:30 – 5:00 pm

Thursday ,26 July , 2018:

Torbrook Mines Charity Baptist School 1:30 – 3:00 pm

Nictaux Fire Hall: 3:15 – 4:00 pm

Tuesday,31 July , 2018:

Black River Community Hall 10:45 am – 12:00 pm

Baxter’s Harbour Community Hall 1:30 – 2:30 pm

Centreville Former KwikWay store 3:00 – 4:00 pm

Coldbrook Centre 4:30 – 5:30 pm  


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