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Grand-Pré 2017 is just around the corner and you can be part of the team – We need volunteers for a variety of roles ranging from helping at the Info and Volunteer tents and registering powwow participants or assisting at the gathering circle, the Cultural Village or Le Rendez-vous Acadian tent; helping with Grand Entries, parking and acting as Ambassadors for the event. There really is something for everyone’s interests! If you speak French, English and/or Mi’kmaw we want to hear from you!


 Wednesday - 16 August 2017
 Springfield                   -  11:15 -  12:15 pm
 East Dalhousie                -   1:30 -   2:30 pm

 Tuesday   - 22 August 2017
  Oaklawn ZOO                     -  10:00 -   4:00 pm

Wednesday - 23 August 2017
Maitland Bridge                 -  10:15 -  11:15 am
Cornwallis Park                 -   1:00 -   2:00 pm
 Bear River                      -   2:30 -   5:00 pm

 Thursday  - 24 August 2017
Melvern Square                 -  10:45 -  11:45 pm    
  Torbrook Mines                 -   1:15 -   2:30 pm   
 Nictaux                        -   2:45 -   3:30 pm

  Tuesday   - 29 August 2017
 Black River                   -  10:45 - 12:00 noon    
 Baxter's Harbour              -   1:30 -  2:30 pm
Centreville                   -   3:00 -  4:00 pm
Coldbrook (Plaza)             -   4:30 -  6:00 pm

Summer is here and The Canadian Red Cross urges you to wear a Personal Flotation Device or life jacket in or around the water. Every year, an average of 525 Canadians drown. Don’t let your loved one become another statistic. If you don’t have enough PFDs for your family, group, or business outing, The Canadian Red Cross can two week long PFD loans, free of charge. Contact the Kentville Red Cross at 678-0415, or in person at 10 Pelton Drive in the Kentville Industrial Park.

Be an everyday hero in your community. Parkinson SuperWalk takes place this September. Since 1990, the event has been raising awareness and funds to support Canadians with Parkinson’s, their families and the health professionals that treat them. Participate at one of the many locations across Canada. To register yourself or a team or to volunteer, visit online at double u double u double u dot ParkinsonSuperwalk dot ca or call Parkinson Canada at 1-800-565-3000.


Every Tuesday Night

Shows start at 7:30

At The Aylesford United Church

2414 Highway #1 Aylesford, Nova Scotia

COST: Free Will Offering

Each night is a different Musical Act and different Comedy Show


Toonie Draw Results , Middleton Rotary Club's Goldmine

August 14tH: The number drawn is #1654 and it was played for a win of $2915.00!! Next week’s pot should be approximately $1450!

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

Middleton Recreation is proud to be offering this amazing program once again. Starting June 1st free canoe and kayak rentals will be back for the summer. Call in advance and then meet at Riverside Park to paddle the beautiful Annapolis River. The boats are available 9am to 4pm, 7 days a week. There will be 4 canoes and 6 kayaks available. Don’t forget to bring food, water and sunscreen! Canoes, Kayaks, paddles, PFD’s and necessary safety equipment is all provided. Call Middleton’s Adventure Programmer at 902-825-8143 to reserve yours today.

Chase the Ace on July 15th
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Chase Chase the Ace will continue every Saturday thereafter, weather permitting at the Royal Canadian Legion Branch 098 in Kingston.
Tickets are 3 for $ 5.00 and go on sale from 1PM until 3 PM Draw will take place by 3:30 PM. Must be 19 years of age to play. PUBLIC WELCOME

 Annapolis Valley Macdonald Museum – opens April 3rd, from 10:30 am to 4:30 pm, Monday to Friday. Come in and see the Nova Scotia Museum’s antique clock and watch collection, the Rusty Nail exhibit began by local high school students, the recreated General Store and Classroom, the Children’s activity area,  plus new temporary exhibits coming soon. Admission charged. The museum is located at 21 School Street in Middleton. For more information regarding exhibits and events phone 902-825-6116 or email us at Check out our web and Like us on Facebook.

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