Archive: July, 2019
Starting tomorrow, Aug. 1, hunters can apply for an antlerless deer hunting stamp for the 2019 hunting season. There are 5,000 antlerless deer hunting stamps available this year.
Grocer eliminates plastic bags as first step in removing unnecessary plastic from retail and focuses on promoting reusable, sustainable alternatives that drive long-term behavioural change
Children and leaders with the River John summer recreation program celebrated Christmas in July Tuesday. The children made decorations for Christmas tree put up in the River John Legion.
Our LARK program continues in Little Harbour on Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Little Harbour Community Hall.
Wednesday, July 31st is going to be a big day in Scotsburn! Its Pork Chop BBQ day! The Scotsburn Fire Department is hosting its 52nd Annual Scotsburn Pork Chop Barbecue...
Let Abilities Work is planning a number of handcycle days at the Stellarton Track facility off Foster avenue (Pioneer Track).
RIVER JOHN, N.S. — River John, NS – The federal government is chipping in to help the tourism industry in the community of River John.
Here, East River Valley Recreation participants Seth Fraser, Jack Fraser, Program Leader Chris Gillin, Marcus Coady and Karson Coady hoist up Bauer Brophy.
MOPC Summer Recreation Student Joel MacNeil has two pickleball sets ready to loan out to interested residents or community groups who want to give the popular sport a try.