Community and Recreation News

Bus Trip to the Nova Scotia Tattoo

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MORE RUN Continues to Spread Message of Love and Acceptance

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PICTOU, NS - Thirty years ago, Henderson Paris and three other runners set out on Pictou County roads to spread a message of love and acceptance for all.

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District One Meals on Wheels has another successful year

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The Meals on Wheels Program in District One is going strong.

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Pictou County Athletics have summer programs for all ages

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Run, Jump, Throw and Wheel is a program that is offered twice a week ( no weekends ) for ages 5 to 8.

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Spring Clean Up and Compost Giveaway begins Monday

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Natalie MacQueen of Pictou County Solid Waste shovels compost into a bag held by fellow summer student Tyler Green. The Mount William Site is hosting a free compost giveaway May 6-11.

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Quality of Life Survey in the Mail

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In May and June 2019, 80,000 Nova Scotia households will receive, in their mailboxes, an invitation to participate in a first-of-its-kind survey measuring quality of life across the province.

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Fishermen's Concert a Success

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The Northumberland Fisheries Museum and Lobster Hatchery held its 24th Annual Fishermen's Concert this past weekend at the Caribou Fire Hall. All proceeds from the concert go towards museum operations.

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River John Knitters Make a Difference One Square At A Time

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The River John Square Knitters had their work cut out for them during a recent Friday morning gathering at the River John Library.

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New Blog Post

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Fifty people turned out to the Lunch and Learn at the Caribou River Hall Thursday. Celebrating its 5th year, the lunch and learn had guest speaker Sharon Gibson discuss the...

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Tick Talk: Be Aware of Blacklegged Ticks

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Spring means warmer temperatures in Nova Scotia, which means everyone is encouraged to do tick checks after spending time outdoors.

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