Community and Recreation News
Read by the Sea kicks off its festivities with Word Play on Wednesday, July 3 at Maple Murple's Book Shoppe and Dreamery.
A literary festival celebrating its 20th year will take place in River John beginning Wednesday.
Students at Salt Springs Elementary School ended their school year as World Literacy Champions after winning the WOW Reading Challenge which is held in conjunction with the Pictou -Antigonish Regional Library.
Here, from the left: Chris Gillin, East River Valley; Danielle MacEachern, Lismore; Kelcey LeBlanc, Plymouth; Janie Craig, River John; Cindy Fraser, MOPC Recreation Coordinator; Daniel Chisholm, Joel MacNeil, Sydney MacDonald,...
Sharing the joy of reading: a new Dementia Friendly Collection for Memory Impaired adults, and their caregive
Andrea Currie (Staff Trainer), and Jess Davey (Web Services Manager), featured with items on display from a Memory Kit and several books from the new Dementia Friendly collection.
Two local fire departments want to people to realize that wildfire is a serious threat throughout Canada, and it can happen here.
Looking for recreation fun this summer for your child? The Municipality of Pictou County is once again hosting its Leisure and Recreation (LARK) Programs.
People can reduce the risks of wildlife encounters in their neighbourhoods by following advice from experts at the Department of Lands and Forestry.
Local visitor information centres are ready to open their doors for another season. Staff of DEANS includes from the back, left: Summer Students Daniel Weyman, Connor Matheson, Kelyn Palmer, Hailey...