Community and Recreation News
Mike Thompson, a qualified Red Cross swimming instructor, recently visited MacDonald’s Cove Beach in River John where he will be holding a two-week swimming program for the MOPC.
Here in the photo, left to right, are members of the Little Harbour Walking and Bicycling Society: Patsi Blaikie, past president; George Cochrane, vice president; Bonny MacLean, president; John Baldwin, director; Nancy Baldwin, secretary-treasurer; Debi Wadden, Municipal Councillor District 2. Missing from photo are Royce Williston, director and Erin Wadden, director
A good time was had by all this past weekend when John's Canteen co-hosted a family fun day with West River Fire Department.
The children from all three areas, Caribou, Salt Springs, and Little Harbour travelled to Shubenacadie Wildlife park and Victoria Park.
That's right, the Municipality of Pictou County is once again hosting its summer swimming lesson program in River John from July 22 to August 2 at MacDonald's Cove Beach.
PUBLIC MEETING: Proposed Plans to restore saltmarsh habitat via a culvert to bridge replacement at MacLean Lane in Marshall’s Crossing
Clean Foundation is hosting a public Town Hall meeting on Thursday, July 18th at 5:30pm at the Pictou Landing Fire Department to discuss their proposed plans to restore saltmarsh habitat...
Alzheimer Society of Nova Scotia – The ASNS Pictou Caregiver Support Group offers a safe environment where you can learn, share, and help each other through mutual understanding.
Here, District One Coun. Don Butler, who is also chairman of the EPRH Together Forever Committee, is shown presenting County Warden Robert Parker with a copy of the EPRH Commemorative...
Read by the Sea kicks off its festivities with Word Play on Wednesday, July 3 at Maple Murple's Book Shoppe and Dreamery.