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January Events

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JAN 1


Come celebrate the start of 2019 – New Year’s Day Levee at New Ross Legion (Jan 1st)
Location: 64 Forties Rd, New Ross.
Starts at 1 pm.  All Welcome
No Admission fee.
Finger food provided, bar open.

Music by: Ricky Naugler & Friends;  2 pm to 5 pm.


Kentville Legion

Levee, 11am – 1pm
Free

Dance 1pm-4pm
Band: Big Deal
19+
$5 with free with NYE ticket.
Bar and Kitchen open


JAN 3


Chase the Ace

January 3, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (weekly Thursdays). Chase the Ace at Paddy’s Pub, Kentville, with Valley Cheer Athletics Association. Tickets: 1 for $2, 3 for $5 and 10 for $10. If you’re not there, we’ll call you for a proxy draw. FB: Chase the Ace Valley Cheer Athletics.


JAN 5


Kentville Legion
January
Dance Bands
902-678-8935
Jan. 5 Ruth Manning & the Prospectors
Jan. 12 Route 12
Jan. 19 Still Doin’ Time
Jan. 26 Higher Ground
Dances Start at 9:00pm
$8/person 19 & OVER
BAR & KITCHEN AVAILABLE


KENTVILLE LEGION
CRIB TOURNAMENT
SATURDAY
JANUARY 5TH
Registration 12:30 Play Starts 1:00
Upstairs $20 Team


Berwick Lions Public Breakfast
January 5, 2019

8 – 10 AM
Freewill
Lions Hall, KMCC
Full Breakfast: Eggs (fried or scrambled), Our own Baked Beans, Pancakes, Bacon, Sausage, Toast, Juice, Coffee and Tea


JAN 6


Fundy Cinema screens THE HAPPY PRINCE: Legendary author and playwright Oscar Wilde spends his final years living in exile in France reflecting on his life in Rupert Everett’s spirited directorial debut starring himself, Colin Firth, Emily Watson, Colin Morgan and Tom Wilkinson.

Sun, Jan 6: 4 & 7 pm, Al Whittle Theatre, 450 Main St., Wolfville.

Tickets ($10) 30 mins before screening.

 

fundycinema.ca  facebook.com/Fundy-Cinema-1692183731024542 (902) 542-1050


JAN 8


KCWA Kings County Wildlife Association is having there monthly meeting on Jan. 8 at 7 to 9 PM. in Room 109 at NSCC. The public is invited to attend. You do not have to be a member to attend and there is no charge. Hope to see you there.

JAN 9


Kings County Photo Club
January 9
NSCC Kingstec, Kentville
7-9PM, doors open at 6:30PM
Free

Learn more about wildlife, landscape, and astronomical photography with a feature presentation by Simon D’Entremont. Simon will offer insights about how he captures stunning images across Nova Scotia.


JAN 10


Chase the Ace

January 10, 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. (weekly Thursdays). Chase the Ace at Paddy’s Pub, Kentville, with Valley Cheer Athletics Association. Tickets: 1 for $2, 3 for $5 and 10 for $10. If you’re not there, we’ll call you for a proxy draw. FB: Chase the Ace Valley Cheer Athletics.


THE HARDWARE GALLERY’S current exhibit “Adventures in Advertising” features the work of Halifax based,New Brunswick native, Jack Bishop. The show runs from January 8 to February 10, 2019. A Reception with the artist will be held at the Gallery, 36 Cornwallis Street, Kentville 7-9:00pm, Thursday, January 10, 2019.
All are welcome. For more info and Gallery hours go to www.hardwaregallery.ca or follow us on Facebook.


JAN 11


Dance: Friday, January 11th from 7:00 p.m. -11:00 p.m., Meredith will be playing at the Royal Canadian Legion Windsor Branch #009; Admission is $5.00, ages 19+. Info: 902-798-0888


JAN 12


Kentville Legion
January
Dance Bands
902-678-8935
Jan. 5 Ruth Manning & the Prospectors
Jan. 12 Route 12
Jan. 19 Still Doin’ Time
Jan. 26 Higher Ground
Dances Start at 9:00pm
$8/person 19 & OVER
BAR & KITCHEN AVAILABLE


8:00-10:00 AM.  There will be a Community Breakfast at the Kingston Baptist Church, 695 Main St, Kingston.  Freewill.  Traditional breakfast items, with healthy choices such as homemade muffins, fruit and yogurt.  All are welcome!  Thanks to the Atlantic Superstore and Sobeys for partnering with us in the healthy food items


KENTVILLE LIONS CLUB
JANUARY BREAKFAST
(eggs, bacon, sausage, beans, hash browns, toast, juice, coffee/tea)
Saturday January 12 2019
8-10:00 am
78 River St., Kentville NS
Adults $7.00 Children $4.00


JAN 13


New Year’s Celebration
Open Mic / Open House
A Mix and Mingle
All ages Welcome to Participate
Baby Sitting and Refreshments Provided
Sunday January 13th at 10am
Gaspereau Church

NKEC Winter Concert
Sunday, Jan. 13 @ 2:00 pm. Free will offering and it takes place in the gym at NKEC.

The Acadia University Campus Lions Club is holding a Thai luncheon on Sunday January 13th(storm date Jan 27) noon until 2 being held at the Wolfville and District Lions Community Hall 36 Elm Ave.Lunch includes a red curry vegetable chicken dish over bed of rice  (vegan option is available),desserts made from scratch,coffee/tea or juice.Cost is $12 for adults children under 5 are free.


Fundy Cinema screens DAS SCHWEIGENDE KLASSENZIMMER (THE SILENT REVOLUTION): In 1956 East Germany, a group of senior high school students observes two minutes of silence in solidarity with the victims of the Hungarian uprising, which leads to a political battle of wills with potentially serious repercussions for those involved.

Sun, Jan 13: 4 & 7 pm, Al Whittle Theatre, 450 Main St., Wolfville.

Tickets ($10) 30 mins before screening.

 

fundycinema.ca  facebook.com/Fundy-Cinema-1692183731024542 (902) 542-1050


 JAN 14


The Canada Summer Jobs program helps employers create valuable summer job opportunities while strengthening local economies and communities.

This session will be an excellent opportunity to learn more about how this program can benefit your organization, as well as receive advice and tips on how to produce a strong application that will maximize your chances of success.

The event will be held in the Cynthia Trudell Room (Rm. 173) in Huggins Hall at 12 University Avenue in Wolfville. There is plenty of free parking nearby (including the Acadia Athletic Complex parking lot).

https://www.facebook.com/events/385536795535248/


JAN 16


Fundy Cinema screens THREE IDENTICAL STRANGERS:Filmmaker Tim Wardle documents the investigation into why three identical triplet brothers, who meet by chance in their 20s, were separated at birth and adopted by separate families in a gripping emotional account of a real-world medical conspiracy.

Wed, Jan 16: 7 pm, Al Whittle Theatre, 450 Main St., Wolfville.

Tickets ($10) 30 mins before screening.

fundycinema.cafacebook.com/Fundy-Cinema-1692183731024542 (902) 542-1050


The Kentville Active Transportation Plan will provide an all-encompassing vision and strategy foractive transportation in Kentville for the next 10 years. This will include suggested improvements to infrastructure, policy recommendations, and strategies to increase the number of active transportation users.

There will be a Seniors Workshop on Wednesday January 16 from 10-11am at the Bluenose Lounge at Kings Riverside Court. This one-hour workshop will allow the opportunity to facilitate an activity and discussion about we can improve experiences on the streetscape.On Wednesday January 16th, there is also a Drop-In Session at the Kentville Library from 5-8pm. This is an open house style event where residents will be introduced to the project and
can discuss their experiences. Residents are also encouraged to visit the website kentvillemoves.ca for more information and to fill out an online survey about their experiences getting around Kentville and their suggestions for active transportation improvements.

JAN 17


Thursday January 17th at 7:30 pm, the Royal Canadian Legion Windsor Branch (Fort Edward Mall) will hold its monthly general meeting. New members are always welcome.


JAN 18


Dance: Friday, January 18th from 7:00 p.m. -11:00 p.m., the Island Boys will be playing at the Royal Canadian Legion Windsor Branch #009; Admission is $5.00, ages 19+. Info: 902-798-0888


JAN 19


Kentville Legion
January
Dance Bands
902-678-8935
Jan. 5 Ruth Manning & the Prospectors
Jan. 12 Route 12
Jan. 19 Still Doin’ Time
Jan. 26 Higher Ground
Dances Start at 9:00pm
$8/person 19 & OVER
BAR & KITCHEN AVAILABLE


Crib Tournament
Kentville Legion
January 19th
Registration 12:30 Play 1:00
Upstairs $20 team


Community Breakfast – Saturday, January 19th from 7:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m., hosted by the Windsor Legion Branch #009 and the Navy League Cadets of Canada, it includes:  Bacon, Sausage, Ham, Eggs, Pancakes, Hash browns, Toast, and Baked Beans, Juice, Coffee and Tea  Adults – $6; Children (6-12 years) – $4; Under 6 years –  Free.  Takeout is available.  Info: 902-798-0888.


Wolfville and District Lions Club 36 Elm Ave will be holding their Monthly Big Breakfast on Saturday Jan 19 from 7-10.The cost is $7 for adults and $4 for children 10 and under,


The Good Neighbour Club is having a breakfast at the Centreville Community Hall between 7 & 10:00 a.m. on Jan 19, 2019.  Free will offering.  Eggs, bacon, sausages, juice, coffee, tea, homemade hashbrowns, etc.  Everyone welcomed.


Berwick Arm Wrestling Club is hosting Battlezone 16 Victory in the Valley, at the Michelin Sports and Social Club, 940 Randolph Road, Waterville, 12pm. For more information, call Perry 902-599-3788


JAN 20


Fundy Cinema screens AT ETERNITY’S GATE: Set during the painter’s tumultuous and artistically possessed final years in the small Provençal town of Arles, director Julian Schnabel attempts to imagine what Vincent van Gogh (Willem Dafoe) was really like in an unconventional, flowingly intuitive and celebratory biopic.

Sun, Jan 20: 4 & 7 pm, Al Whittle Theatre, 450 Main St., Wolfville.

Tickets ($10) 30 mins before screening.

 

fundycinema.ca  facebook.com/Fundy-Cinema-1692183731024542 (902) 542-1050


JAN 23


The Wolfville Memorial Library Innovation Lab is inviting all to attend an information on Wednesday, Janaury 23, from 5 PM to 7 PM for a tour of the facility and opportunities to sign up for classes or volunteer. Meet the team and find out how you can get involved.


Fundy Cinema screens ROMAAgainst the backdrop of sociopolitical events in 1970s Mexico City, Alfonso Cuarón’s heartfelt and deeply personal drama explores how the disparate backgrounds of an upper-middle-class housewife and her live-in maid and nanny, both facing the possibility of single motherhood, will impact their futures.

Wed, Jan 23: 7 pm, Al Whittle Theatre, 450 Main St., Wolfville.

Tickets ($10) 30 mins before screening.

fundycinema.ca  facebook.com/Fundy-Cinema-1692183731024542 (902) 542-1050


JAN 24


Quick as a Wink Previews

OLIVER!

A FUNDRAISER for

West Hants Ground Search and Rescue

Fountain Theatre

King’s–Edgehill School, Windsor

THURSDAY 24 JANUARY 2019

Doors open 6:30 Play starts 7pm.

Free will offering at the door.

Suggested $10.00

Bring your friends One night only!

Contact [email protected]


JAN 25


Dance: Friday, January 25th from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., dance to the music of The Upbeats at the Royal Canadian Legion Windsor Branch #009; Admission is $5.00, ages 19+. Info: 902-798-0888



JAN 26


Teams will gather to play on historic Long Pond where hockey first began in Canada circa 1800. (if inclement weather Hants Ex Arena will host).

Legends of Hockey feature players include: Al Iafrate, John LeClair, Ron Duguay, Chris Nilan, Chris Kotsopolous, Dennis Maruk, Tom Fergus, Darren Langdon, John LeBlanc.

The Games are free to see. Come watch them play!

A perfect family friendly day for the whole family
Food and refreshment vendors on site.

The Long Pond Heritage Classic offers hockey enthusiasts an historic opportunity to play Canada’s favourite sport on the pond where it all began, more than 200 years ago.

Even better, the Long Pond Heritage Classic is a chance to preserve hockey’s legacy, as funds raised through the tournament support the Windsor Hockey Heritage Society and the Hockey Heritage Museum in Windsor, Nova Scotia.

Free


Windsor Hockey Heritage Society’s Long Pond Classic Banquet with NHL Legends

Saturday January 26 at Kings Edgehill School

Doors 5pm | Reception 5:30pm | Dinner 6:30pm

$100 per ticket, $900 per table.  Tickets available at Victory Credit Union, Windsor Home Hardware and Bubba Rae’s Sports Bar

(Legends include Chris Nilan, John LeClair, Gary Leeman, John LeBlanc, Dennis Maruk, Darren Langden, Al Iafrate, Darius Kasparaitis and Ron Duguay)


Kentville Legion
January
Dance Bands
902-678-8935
Jan. 5 Ruth Manning & the Prospectors
Jan. 12 Route 12
Jan. 19 Still Doin’ Time
Jan. 26 Higher Ground
Dances Start at 9:00pm
$8/person 19 & OVER
BAR & KITCHEN AVAILABLE


The Accidental Actors will be presenting “Have a Little Faith” at the Brooklyn, Hants Co. firehall on January 26, 2019.  There will be a turkey supper, doors open at 5:30, play beginning at 6:30. The cost is $25, tickets available at Brooklyn and Windsor Home Hardware stores.  Proceeds are going to the Firehall Auxiliary and the  Accidental Actors toward the purchase of sound equipment.  These tickets would make a great Christmas present!


JAN 27


Windsor Hockey Heritage Society’s Long Pond Classic Breakfast with NHL Legends

Sunday January 27 at Kings Edgehill School Dining Hall

Breakfast served from 8:30am – 9:30am

Adults $25, Children (12 under) $15 available at Victory Credit Union, Windsor Home Hardware and Bubba Rae’s Sports Bar

(Legends include Chris Nilan, John LeClair, Gary Leeman, John LeBlanc, Dennis Maruk, Darren Langden, Al Iafrate, Darius Kasparaitis and Ron Duguay)


Fundy Cinema screens AN AUDIENCE OF CHAIRS: When successful concert pianist Maura Mackenzie suffers a mental breakdown and her husband leaves her, taking their two daughters with him, she struggles to reclaim her life and bring her children home in a redemptive drama based on Nova Scotian author Joan Clark’s award-winning novel.

Sun, Jan 27: 4 & 7 pm, Al Whittle Theatre, 450 Main St., Wolfville.

Tickets ($10) 30 mins before screening.

fundycinema.ca  facebook.com/Fundy-Cinema-1692183731024542 (902) 542-1050


Benefit at Meadowview Hall, Brooklyn St. Kentville

1 – 4pm

Entertainment by:
Country Heat; Cye and the Guys; Robert Dill; Basil Davison; Shirley Yorke; Carl Adams; Ernie Winston and others.
There will be a door prize, an auction, 50/50 draw and canteen. Come and show your support. All proceeds to go to Darrall Stevens to help with medical expenses, due to a car accident.

Freewill offering


JAN 30


Berwick Community Blood Drive

Lions Hall – Apple Dome.

12pm – 3pm & 5pm – 7pm

Book your appointment today. New Donors welcome.

blood.ca


Fundy Cinema screens THE GREAT BUSTER: Peter Bogdanovich combines stunningly restored archival material and interviews with filmmakers, performers and friends to chronicle the life and career of Buster Keaton, one of America’s most visionary and influential filmmakers and comedians.

Wed, Jan 30: 7 pm, Al Whittle Theatre, 450 Main St., Wolfville.

Tickets ($10) 30 mins before screening.

 

fundycinema.ca  facebook.com/Fundy-Cinema-1692183731024542 (902) 542-1050


JAN 31


A Soup Luncheon will be held on Thursday, January 31, from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Kings Presbyterian Church, 5563 Prospect Road,   New Minas (just past the Irving Big Stop).  Come enjoy a variety of homemade soups and assorted desserts.  Everyone welcome.  Free will offering.  Prepared by the Presbyterian Church Women.

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