Annapolis Valley Register : 2020-03-19



COMMUNITY B3 SALTWIRE.COM • ANNAPOLIS VALLEY REGISTER THURSDAY, MARCH 19, 2020 • and District Lions Hall, 36 Elm St., Wolfville from 7 – 10 a.m. Cost: $8 adults and $4 for children under 10 years old. Scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausage, bacon, hash browns, toast, coffee, tea, juice and homemade baked beans. • Breakfast — At the Aylesford United Church from 8 – 10 a.m. Free will offering. Wheelchair accessible. Sponsored by the Committee of Stewards for church expenses. Q MARCH 21 NOTE TO READERS: • Roast Beef Supper At the Port George Rec Center on Shore Road in Port George from 4 – 6 p.m. Cost is $15 per person. Alternate supper storm date is March 28. For more informatio­n check the Port George Regional Rec Center facebook page. IN KINGS COUNTY Q MARCH 22 • Evergreen Theatre • Benefit — A benefit music afternoon is being held in the Berwick Lions Hall, beginning at 1:30 p.m. Admission: $5 minimum (note: generous donations gratefully accepted). Performers: Chris Palmer & Gina Potvin, Michelle Ogilvie & Heather Best, Hughie McDonell, and the Windermere Jammers. There will be a canteen, 50/50 draw and raffle. Janice McNeil, a Berwick resident, is the recipient. She is diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer, which comes with added expenses for her and her husband. “The Once” will be performing at the Evergreen Theatre, 1941 Mountain Rd., Margaretsv­ille at 8 p.m. Tickets are $40; Military, $35; Students, $20 and are available at www.evergreent­ - 7 p.m. at Three Rivers Community Center, 41 Messenger Rd., Torbrook Mines. Drop by and try your hand at cards, board games or bring one of your favorites. Freewill offering. Light lunch provided. 902-760-2471. - At the Annapolis Royal Library from 2 – 3:30 p.m. Speaker Series presented by the Friends of the Annapolis Library. A home teacher for over 40 years, author and engaging speaker Garry Lesson will read from his book and talk about his family’s adventures of moving to and living in Nova Scotia. No charge. A free will offering to the Friends of the Library will be gratefully accepted. MARCH 19 • March Break Fun NOTE TO READERS: Please note that it is best to call ahead prior to attending any events. There will be a number of cancellati­ons/ postponed events in response to mounting global concerns about the potential spread of coronaviru­s (COVID-19). Learn more about preventati­ve measures and what's happening in Nova Scotia in relation to the virus at­s/. p.m. with host Denny Myles. Pass the Hat. Non-members are welcome however will be required to sign in. For more info please call 902-538-9340. At the Middleton – Rosa M Harvey Middleton & Area Library from 2 – 3 p.m. Join us for friends, snacks and fun activities. For children ages 6 – 10 years. Space is limited, so please register soon. • Dr. G – Science Music At the Bridgetown & Area Library from 10 – 11 a.m. Dr. G is a theremin-playing space geek on a mission to spread the word about science. Merging hooky new wave beats with lyrics explaining science and the natural universe – think Talking Heads fronted by Bill Nye the Science Guy – Dr. G creates a sound that is utterly unique, and as educationa­l as it is infectious, for science. Registrati­on reqired. • Games night MARCH 21 • Big Breakfast — The Good Neighbour Club is having a big breakfast at the Centrevill­e Community Hall from 7 – 10 a.m. Free will offering. Eggs, bacon, sausages, juice, coffee, tea, homemade hash browns, homemade beans, toast, etc. — At the North Alton Baptist Church ARC from 7 – 9 p.m. “Make Mine Country” featuring Carroll Edwards, Harold Hunt, Eugene Rafuse, Audley Pineo, and B.J. MacKay. Baked goods table and refreshmen­ts during intermissi­on. Free will offering. • The Dome Chronicles MUST DO • Musical Concert — March 29, at the Kingston Baptist Church, 695 Main St., Kingston, starting at 7 p.m. Special guests “The Dukes of Kent”. Fellowship time with refreshmen­ts follows concert. • Benefit, Operation Breathe Easy MARCH 20 — For Karen Spencer at the Louis Millet Center (Lynn Spencer Hall), New Minas from 1 – 4 p.m. Entertainm­ent by: Basil Davidson, Carl Adams, Wayne Brown, David Arenburg, Sandy Welton, Albert Barkhouse and Mike Davidson. There will also be 50/50, canteen and auction merchandis­e. Free will offering at the door. All proceeds will help towards the cost of temporary relocation to Toronto for her double lung transplant trip in the next few months. • Karaoke Night — At the Berwick Legion, 232 Main St., from 7:3010:30 we want to KNOW MARCH 20 • Mini Experiment­s: Science Fair • Little Ray’s Reptiles • Music Night At the Annapolis Royal Library from 10 – 11 a.m. for ages 7 – 10. Play with science during March Break. We’ll read a picture book then do an experiment based on the book. Registrati­on is required as space is limited. At the Bridgetown & Area Library from 10:30 – 11:30 a.m. Join Little Ray’s amazing staff on a trip around the world learning about reptiles, amphibians and invertebra­tes that call a variety of environmen­ts and continents their home. This fun, energetic, educationa­l program introduces you to spectacula­r animals from around the world and highlights their adaptation­s for survival in a wide variety of ecosystems, each of which present unique challenges. Ages 5 and up, registrati­on required. This section is designed for event notificati­ons for non-profit organizati­ons. Items will appear as space permits; there is no guarantee of publicatio­n. To ensure publicatio­n, consider a paid ad by contacting our sales department. Events may be mailed to 10 Webster St., Suite 104, (Centre Square), Kentville, NS, B4N 1H7 Or PO Box 430 Kentville, NS, B4N 3X4 Email: events@kingscount­ • Makedo: Build with cardboard • Valley Trekker Volkssport Club Berwick At the Bridgetown & Area Library from 12:30 to 4 p.m. Drop in to build with cardboard. Makedo is a kit that includes child-safe cardboard saws and tools to explore ideas through making and play. Ages 5 and up (under 7 must be accompanie­d by a caregiver). No registrati­on needed, just drop in and see what you can make. MARCH 24 — Meet at the Berwick Fire Hall (Ext 15 off Hwy 101, immediatel­y on your left when you enter Berwick, opposite Wheaton’s) at 10 a.m. for a 5/10 km-1A. Registrati­on at 9:30 a.m. for walking at 10 a.m. Lunch at Wheaton’s after walk. For more info call 902538-8282. • Tremont Community Cemetery Society — The annual general meeting will take place at 7 p.m. at the Tremont Hall, 742 Tremont Mountain Rd. For more info call 902-765-2642. 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