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NOVEMBER EVENTS:



NOV 05



The Art and Gift Sale put on by the Annapolis Valley Decorative Artists. It is November 5 from 0900 – 1600 at the Greenwich Fire Hall.


NOV 06


OVUC November Soup & Dessert Luncheon, Tuesday, November 6 – Please join us at Orchard Valley United Church for our monthly Soup & Dessert Luncheon on Tuesday, November 6.  We’ll be serving a choice of Hamburger Soup or Gingered Carrot Soup, homemade biscuits and rolls, tea/coffee, and Chocolate Cake with Raspberry Sauce for dessert, for $8.00 per person.  Lunch is served from 11:45 am to 1:00 pm. Take-out or delivery is also available – please order by noon, Monday, November 5 by calling 902‑681‑0366, ext 1, or emailing [email protected].  Orchard Valley UC is located at the foot of Cornwallis Avenue (across from the entrance to County Fair Mall) in New Minas.


KCWA Kings County Wildlife Association is having there monthly meeting on Nov. 6 from 7 to 9 PM in Room 109 at NSCC. The meeting this night will be on the project Learn to Fish Program for kids. We will be talking about the program. We need some volunteers to get this program going for the kids. 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.


NOV 07


“Let’s Talk Diabetes”– hosted by Nova West Chapter of Diabetes Canada and Nova Scotia Health Authority

Date: Nov 7, 2018

Time: 1:30-4:30 p.m.  Entry is free, registration not required. Attend any portion of the afternoon

Location: Louis Millet Community Complex, 9489 Commercial Street, New Minas

Listen to short presentations, view health information booths, get the latest information on Type 2 Diabetes.

Free Admission, no registration required.  Prizes!


Fundy Cinema screens ANTHROPOCENE: THE HUMAN EPOCH: Jennifer Baichwal, Nicholas de Pencier and Edward Burtynsky (Manufactured LandscapesWatermark) combine art and science in a sobering exploration of humanity’s impact on Earth’s geographic landscape through the exploitation of natural resources and the destructive reengineering of the planet.

Wed, Nov 7: 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


NOV 08



What:Find out why childcare is so important for Acadia students, faculty, and staff as well as the broader community. Learn about a vision for the future, strategies that work, and research that supports it. Have your voice heard, sign a petition, and learn more about further action.
Panelists include childcare leaders, student parents, childcare researchers, and Acadia Faculty.

Who: All welcome including community members, staff, faculty, students, and alumni

Childcare is available upon request

Access Notes: The room is accessible via the Highland Avenue ground level entrance. This entrance has accessibility door buttons. There is seating available in a gallery style with steps, however the ground floor seating is available to those who need it. Contact with any questions, needs, or concerns:
Laura Fisher: [email protected]

 


Chase the Ace

November 8, 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. The winning number will be announced. If no one claims the ticket within 5 minutes, the phone number on the ticket will be called: the contact will have 15 minutes to arrive, or may permit a VCA volunteer to draw on their behalf. FB: Chase the Ace Valley Cheer Athletics.


NOV 09




Dance: Friday, November 9th 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


NOV 10




Saturday Nov 10, 8:00-10:00 AM.  There will be a Community Breakfast at the Kingston Baptist Church, 695 Main St, Kingston.  For a free will offering, come and enjoy a delicious breakfast with traditional and healthy food choices.  All are welcome.  We greatly appreciate the Atlantic Superstore and Sobeys for partnering with us in our healthy menu choices.”

Thanks so much!

Sincerely, Brenda Berube, Secretary, Kingston Baptist Church


Big  Breakfast to be held at Southwest Hants Firehall,1884 Hwy. 14, Vaughans. on November 10 from 8-10pm.  $7 for adults, $3.50 for children.  Proceeds to Auxiliary for hall purposes.  There will not be a breakfast in December, resuming second Saturday of January.



NOV 11


Fundy Cinema screens TRANSIT: In Christian Petzold’s follow-up to Phoenix, German refugee Georg flees to Marseille to avoid the German invasion of Paris and assumes the identity of deceased writer Weidel, whose Mexican visa papers he has discovered in his bag, in an attempt to escape France together with Weidel’s widow.

Sun, Nov 11: 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


Remembrance Day Gaspereau Community Service

Gaspereau Church Nov 11th 10am

Reading of Names, Loved-Ones Letters from the Past

Local Singer/Song writer Kimberly Matheson

“One More Fallen Soldier


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NOV 15




Chase the Ace

November 15, 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. The winning number will be announced. If no one claims the ticket within 5 minutes, the phone number on the ticket will be called: the contact will have 15 minutes to arrive, or may permit a VCA volunteer to draw on their behalf. FB: Chase the Ace Valley Cheer Athletics.


Thursday November 15th at 7:30 pm, the Royal Canadian Legion Windsor Branch (Fort Edward Mall) will hold its monthly general meeting. New members are always welcome.


NOV 16



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Dance: Friday, November 16th from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., dance to the music of Boothill at the Royal Canadian Legion Windsor Branch #009; Admission is $5.00, ages 19+. Info: 902-798-0888


NOV 17



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The Wolfville and District Lions Club 36 Elm Ave will be holding their monthly Big Breakfast Saturday Nov 17th at between 7 – 10 .The cost is $7 for adults  and children under 10 are $4.


The Good Neighbour Club is having a breakfast at the Centreville Community Hall between 7 & 10 a.m. on November 17, 2018.  Free will offering.  Eggs, bacon, sausages, juice, coffee, tea, homemade hashbrowns, homemade beans, toast, etc.  Everyone welcomed.




Community Breakfast – Saturday, November 17th from 7:00 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.


Music Variety Show
Wolfville Legion Br #74
310 Main Street
Saturday 17 Nov 2018
7:00 PM

Entertainers:
John Caldwell, Tanya Leopold & Larry Zwicker
Dave Riley
James Brown
“Make Mine Country”
Eugene Rafuse, Audley Pineo & Harold Hunt

Canteen & 50/50
Admission – $5.00 per person

All proceeds for Legion purpose


Windsor & District Lions Club will be holding a Dinner Theatre, 17 Nov. 2018, featuring the Accidental Actors at the Three Mile Plains Community Hall, 4474 Hwy. # 1, Windsor.

Doors open at 5:30 with the play commencing at 6:30. A stuffed pork loin dinner will be served approximately 7pm. There will be a Cash Bar and 50/50 Draw.

Tickets are $25 per person. Please call 902-798-4428.


Dance: Saturday, November 17th from 9 p.m. –1 a.m., Monkey’s Uncle will be playing upstairs at the Royal Canadian Legion Windsor Branch #009; Note: This is part of the Fall Crawl.  Admission is free for Crawlers or $10.00 for nonparticipants.  Ages 19+ Please call for Info: 902-798-0888


NOV 18




Fundy Cinema screens COLETTE: Wash Westmoreland’s delightful period drama follows the life of French novelist Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette (Keira Knightley) who, after becoming a wildly successful ghostwriter for her self-indulgent husband (Dominic West), fights for her creative independence and the artistic credit she deserves, becoming a trailblazer for other women.

Sun, Nov 18: 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


Christmas Tea

Aylesford FireHall

2-4pm

Sunday, November 18, 2018

Admission $7.00

Bake Table, Door Prizes, Touch & Take

Proceeds to the Aylesford Firefighters Auxiliary



Sunday November 18, 7:00 PM.  There will be a Praise Service at the Kingston Baptist Church, 695 Main St, Kingston, with special musical guests “The Dukes of Kent”.  A fellowship time follows the service.  All are welcome.”



NOV 19


NSPGI 2018 Learner Celebration: 

November 19th, 5:30 – 9:00pm at the Old Orchard Inn, Wolfville NS

Join us as we celebrate the achievements of outstanding adult learners!

The event includes a reception, dinner, guest speakers, award presentations, and speeches by outstanding adult learners who changed their lives and the lives of those around them by improving their literacy and essential skills.

This event is co-hosted by Literacy Nova Scotia (LNS) and their partners Digby Area Learning Association, Hants Learning Network Association, and Valley Community Learning Association, and made possible by a generous donation from 100 Men Who Give A Damn Annapolis Valley.

Tickets are $50 and are available at https://www.literacyns.ca/pgi.htm

Please order your tickets by October 19.


NOV 20

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NOV 22


Chase the Ace

November 22, 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. The winning number will be announced. If no one claims the ticket within 5 minutes, the phone number on the ticket will be called: the contact will have 15 minutes to arrive, or may permit a VCA volunteer to draw on their behalf. FB: Chase the Ace Valley Cheer Athletics.


NOV 23




Dance: Friday, November 23rd from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., Route 12 will be performing at the Royal Canadian Legion Windsor Branch #009; Admission is $5.00, ages 19+. Info: 902-798-0888




Dance: Friday, November 23rd from 7:00 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., Route 12 will be performing at the Royal Canadian Legion Windsor Branch #009; Admission is $5.00, ages 19+. Info: 902-798-0888






NOV 24



 






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Join us on November 24th for our Annual Craft Fair. We have wonder gift ideas and crafts from local artisans and very talented entrepreneurs! Come enjoy a warm hot chocolate or delicious hot cider and enjoy the festivities with us! Admission is FREE!


SHARIOTEER VARIETY SHOW- 24th of November 2018 @Louis Millet Centre. Come on out and join us for amazing fundraising show. Full bar, silent auction, food standand great entertainment. Fee: Free will donation. More details here: https://www.sharioteers.org/events?fbclid=IwAR2QQl9ifvFdIcjg4k_N0EOSEMaikpykU0uaBEc82th8ir64jJVWrcQKCHY

31st Annual Breakfast with Santa at Lawrencetown Consolidated School – free admission. Saturday, November 24th – 8:30 until noon. Huge Ticket Auction, Craft Tables, and Activities for Kids. Pancake Breakfast – Adults $3 Children $2 (Gluten free breakfast also available)

Macdonald Museum 32nd Annual Christmas Craft Show Friday, Nov 23rd 5-9pm and Saturday, Nov 24th 10am-4pm Three floors of Crafters, Cafe, Door Prize (which includes 3 tickets to the Celtic Tenors in Wolfville on Dec 6th), 50/50 draw. Admission is $2/person, under 12 free.

Macdonald Museum will have a drop off bin for the Nictaux Food Bank beside our huge tree in the lobby for the Holiday season. If you are coming out to any of our events or just dropping in, please consider bringing an item for donation. There are a few items needed specifically, but please don’t restrict donations to just those items. The following are some suggested needs: dry pasta (reg and gluten free), canned fruit, jams, salt & pepper, crackers (all types), shampoo, toothpaste, hand soap, toothbrushes, bic razors (men & women). We will collect until we close for our break on December 14th.




Our annual Christmas Bazaar and Chicken a la King Luncheon is coming up on Saturday, November 24, 2018 from 11:00 AM – 1:30 PM, with the theme “Country Christmas” at Avon United Church, 17 Prince Street, Hantsport. Cost is Adults $10.00 and Children $5.00. There will be a baked goods, jams & jellies, White Elephant tables. Take out is available – pick up only. Please include in your upcoming publication closest to the date of the event!





KENTVILLE, NOVA SCOTIA – On November 24th from 1-4pm at the Kentville Fire Hall the Town of Kentville’s Parks and Recreation Department is hosting a play event to celebrate the one-year anniversary of the Kentville Plays initiative.

Kentville Plays was officially launched in November 2017, in line with the Universal Children’s Day, celebrating article 31 of the UN Charter on the rights of a child that states that every child has the right to play. Over the last year Kentville Plays has grown with play events, incorporating play stations at community events, monthly Play Challenges, and launching the Kentville Playboxes. The Town of Kentville invites the community to celebrate all this fun and join in the play with this now annual event.

This year’s play event takes on an outer space theme- where the power of free play is to infinity and beyond, and reminds us that with play, our imagination is the limit. The event will feature play stations that will engage families in free and unstructured play. “A few stations I’m particularly excited are include: exploring imaginative play with camping on the moon, we’ll have a listen and draw station with headphones and cosmic sounds, plus sensory stations, dress up, loose parts, cardboard box building and so much more” says Julia Stephenson, Active Living Community Coordinator.

For this year’s event we are partnering with students from Acadia University’s Community Development Program Design Class. “We are excited about the ideas and energy they are bringing to this event” says Julia Stephenson, Active Living Community Coordinator.“We’re going to play together as families, as community, as people who value the health and well-being of our children.” Says Parks and Recreation Director Rachel Bedingfield “Our goal is to become Canada’s most playful community; one that takes play – and all of its benefits – very seriously.”





NOV 25


2nd Annual Annapolis Valley Travel Expo Sunday, November 25, 2018 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm
Louis Millett Community Center – 9489 Commercial Street, New Minas, NS. FREE Admission
Bring a donation for the Food Bank and receive a ballot for each item donated to go in to the door prize draws. Come meet with some industry suppliers and have your travel questions answered. There will be lots of brochures on hand for you to take home with you free of charge, and two Travel Advisers to answer your questions and/or book your vacation.


 



 

NOV 26


 

NOV 27


You’re invited to the Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival Annual General Meeting!
The Apple Blossom Festival will hold it’s Annual General Meeting on November 27th, 2018 at 7pm, in the Cornwallis Inn Ballroom. (325 Main Street, Kentville, Mezzaine Level)

All residents, businesses, sponsors, community representatives, government representatives, and anyone with an interest in the Apple Blossom Festival are encouraged and welcome to attend to hear what’s in store for the 2019 Festival and beyond! We will recap the 86th Festival, share our financial status, and elect the 2018-19 Board of Directors.
The Board of Directors looks forward to seeing you at our AGM!

Please share this invitation with anyone you know who may be interested in volunteering with Festival or who has an interest in knowing what’s happening with Festival.



NOV 28


The Canadian Union of Postal Workers Annapolis Valley Local meeting for Nov 28 is cancelled. The next meeting will take place on January 16 2019 weather permitting.


Royal Canadian Legion #73, Canning, N.S.- Turkey Supper , Wednesday November 28, 2018 at the Canning Legion. Time 4:30-6:00 p.m. Price $12.00. Take outs available by calling the Legion at 902-582-7246 after 4 p.m. Tuesday to Friday. Come out and enjoy a delicious meal with all the trimmings and support the Legion. Proceeds for Legion projects.


NOV 29


Chase the Ace

November 29, 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. The winning number will be announced. If no one claims the ticket within 5 minutes, the phone number on the ticket will be called: the contact will have 15 minutes to arrive, or may permit a VCA volunteer to draw on their behalf. FB: Chase the Ace Valley Cheer Athletics.


NOV 30



Live Nativity
Come and experience a Night in Bethlehem at New Minas Baptist Church. At the Live Nativity you can make a Food Bank donation that will get you past Roman soldiers and tax collectors. Meet villagers, shepherds, and inn keepers who will direct you to the angelic choir. Capture the wonder of Mary, Joseph, and the real star of Christmas, baby Jesus.

Friday, November 30 will be a Drive-Thru experience (6:30-8:00pm) and Saturday, December 1 will be a Walk-Thru experience (6:00-8:00pm) with a special musical drama. We are looking forward to celebrating Christmas with you! Over 200 volunteers served as cast members and behind the scenes crew with over 2000 guests having experienced the Live Nativity last year, we are excited about what 2018 has in store! Mark these dates on your calendar for this Valley-wide Christmas celebration!



Dance: Friday, November 30th from 7:00 p.m. -11:00 p.m., the Glenn Williams Duo will be at the Royal Canadian Legion Windsor Branch #009; Admission is $5.00, ages 19+. Info: 902-798-0888


St. Joseph’s CWL Annual Ticket Auction

Friday, November 30, 2018, St. Joseph’s Catholic Church, 48 Belcher St, Kentville.  Doors open 6:00 pm with Auction beginning at &7:00 pm.

There will also be a Canteen, Raffle Items. 50/50 Draw, Bake room and Door Prizes.  \For those unable to attend the evening event, Pre-Auction Bidding will take place from 12:30 pm to 3:00 pm Friday afternoon.


Annual Chicken Dinner in support of our school kitchen. The dinner takes place this Friday Nov 30 from 4-6pm at the Wolfville School and tickets can be bought in advance or at the door. All the info can be found here:https://www.facebook.com/events/704360119945036/

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