Celebrating 150 years of music in Bridgewater with our exhibit “and the band played on…” featuring the history of the Bridgewater Fire Department Band. Reminisce about local music teachers, violin makers and local bands. The exhibit is held from June to September and our summer hours at the museum are Tuesday to Saturday, 9 am to 5 pm at 130 Jubilee Road, Bridgewater.
Jam sessions every Friday from 7 to 10 p.m.
Seaside A Cappella’s Ladies Summer Sing Program has been extended until August 29, 2018. The program is offered every Wednesday evening from 6:45 – 8:00 at the DaySpring Fire Hall, 13177, Highway 3, Upper Lahave, Nova Scotia. $5.00/Session. For more information visit Seaside A Cappella on FaceBook.
Victorian Tea- Trinity United, Rose Bay. Wednesday, August 15, 1-3 p.m. $9. GF available. Information: 902-766-4235
Musique Royale invites listeners to FIORÈ, a programme exploring a unique, anonymous collection of music featuring the cello, held in a small archive in Como, Italy. Drawn from the passion for research of musicians Suzie LeBlanc and Elinor Frey, the manuscript may contain music that ranks among the first works that feature the cello, and is likely written by the Milanese cellist, Angelo Maria Fiorè.
Sandwiches, Sweets, Tea & Coffee
Variety Concert. August 17, 7-10 p.m. St. Paul's Lutheran Church Hall, Blue Rocks, Stonehurst. Featuring: Sherry Beck, Jerry Wilson, Jamie Morehouse, Lila Wagner, Linnell; Mike, Darlene & Cecil; Arnie Conrad & Percy Whitehouse, Bruce Baker. Free will offering. Light lunch on break. Doors open 6:15 p.m. Everyone welcome.
Children fun crafts , Feather Necklaces, Wigwams,Painted Feathers and Spin Drums and more. Easy to make crafts for ages 5-12 . Drop in and join the fun.
August 17, 18. New Ross Community Fair, Route 12. Come to attend the New Ross Community Fair. Horse and Ox pulling, Charing Cross Garden Club Annual Flower Show, handicraft exhibits, 4-H activities and displays, Christmas tree and wreath competitions, home cooked meals and food concessions, bingo and games. Musical entertainment: Friday music by yesterday Band, 7 p.m. and Lost Vegas, 8:30 p.m.; Saturday music by Arnwarn and the Still Fired Band, 2 p.m. and the Shoreline, 8 p.m. Friday only: Horse and OX challenges, Junior Teamster Steer Pull, Tug of war. Saturday only: Light Horse events, Children's parade, children's activities, Chainsaw and Crosscut saw competition, arm wrestling competitions, and Horse and Ox Championship pulls. Admission: Adults: $5 (2 day pass $8); 5-12 years: $2; under 5 years: free. Home cooked meals: Adults: $12; 5-12 years: $3; under 5 years: free. For information, contact Debbie, 902-689-2737 or 902-689-2115 during the fair.
Concert, Saturday, August 18, 7:30 p.m. With Peter Togni and Jeff Reilly at Wesley United Church, 22 Drews Hills Rd, Petite Riviere. Bass clarinet, piano and organ. Adults $12.
Outdoors Farmers' Market, rain or shine, offering local produce, meat, eggs, soaps, coffee and prepared foods and more. Live music. Every Saturday, June 2 - October 27, 9 am - 1 pm
Firefighter's breakfast. Petite Riviere Fire Hall, Saturday, August 18, 8-11 a.m. Eggs, bacon, sausage, pancakes, beans, hash browns and toast. Adults $8; children $4; under 5 free.
Planked Halibut Supper, Conquerall Bank Fire Department. Sunday, August 19, 4-6 p.m. Adults: $16; children 12 and under: $6; under 5: free.
11am to 2pm Admission is 50 cents or food bank donation 50/50 draw, canteen Tables are $5 each and can be reserved by calling Betty-Ann Daury at (902)354-7382
Bridgewater Garden Club Tour, Freeman's Forest, 29 Anglican Church Rd. August 20, 6 p.m. Guest welcome.