You’re invited to Canning’s Sidewalk Sale on Saturday, August 18 from 10 AM – 2 PM. The 9th Annual Rockabilly Weekend hosted by Chad Hiltz ‘s Green Goblin will be on the same weekend August 18 – 19 and it’s going to be an exciting, busy weekend!
To add to the fun, Villagers in period costumes will be mingling with visitors during the sale. K-ROCK radio will be advertising the sidewalk sale the entire week leading up to the event and we’ll be advertising on social media.
Everyone is welcome to come and shop, stay, play, and enjoy a delicious coffee, treat, or a meal right in the Village! If you’re a business and would like to get involved, contact CABDA’s Lynn Eisener for more details at email@example.com or call (902) 471-9308.
If you were in Canning Friday evening, chances are you stopped by Bruce Spicer park to enjoy an open-air market and a free screening of the Disney/Pixar hit movie, Coco, under the moon-and-star-lit sky. The Canning and Area Business Development Association (CABDA) was on hand to set up and operate the movie and help out. The Canning Recreation team supplied cool refreshment and the aroma of their freshly popped popcorn was nearly impossible to resist. It was a fabulous, fun family movie night!
There was a sizable turnout of vendors and visitors, with many families (and kids of all ages) attending the screening on such a perfect evening — not too hot or cool — under a gorgeous, summer night sky.
Before the movie, open-air vendors were displaying a lovely and interesting array of products and services, including CAPRE, Floating Bridge Centre for Learning, Little Piggies Reflexology, Monk & Nun, Mr. B’s Makery, New Hope Wesleyan Church, Petite Patrie Chocolate, and Rodan + Fields. As well, Canning Recreation had a table with information about their many services and active involvement in the community.
Gabrielle Breault and Peter Austin-Smith of Petite Patrie Chocolate were offering samples of their exquisite organic, fair trade bean-to-bar chocolate. Caution: it’s addictive!
Fun messages on the back of those awesome tee shirts!
Shelley Bezanson-Corkum (seated, above) basks in the pampered afterglow of Marie Jardine’s tantalising foot treatments. Marie owns Little Piggies Reflexology and offers therapeutic, relaxing foot and head related treatment and massage.
The event was made possible thanks to the kind support of the Village of Canning, and the hard work, planning, and volunteer efforts of Canning Recreation and CABDA .
Hey Market Vendors and Business Owners — Exciting News!
Canning is hosting an evening outdoor Market on July 20th from 7pm-9pm and we would like to invite you to come and share your business at the market. And the great news is the Market will be advertised on K-Rock radio for the entire week leading up to the event so there will be a lot of advertising for this Market.
Date: July 20th
Location: Bruce Spicer Park (outdoors) in Canning
Time: 7 – 9 PM
Cost: $25 for one table or $45 for two tables (tables are 6′ in length) (Free for not-for-profits)
Included in the cost is a table and radio advertising, however, you are responsible to bring a chair. All proceeds raised will be going to CABDA Canning Area and Business Development Association, a non-profit organization in the Village of Canning.
After the market, Canning & District Recreation will be hosting a movie night under the stars at the same location. Everyone is invited to bring their lawn chairs and enjoy an outdoor movie that will start at dusk (shortly after 9 pm). This will also attract people to the event.
For payments, you have a couple of options: e-transfers or cheque. A confirmation email will be sent to you automatically once you reserve your spot.
The Village of Canning is delighted to congratulate Miss Kendra Whitehead, Canning Leadership Candidate 2018, who was selected to represent the Annapolis Valley as the 86th Queen Annapolisa, the Annapolis Valley’s Leadership Ambassador. We are deeply proud of her and her child attendant, Emily Randall-Johnstone. We know she will represent the Village of Canning, surrounding communities, and the entire Valley as a wonderful Leadership Ambassador throughout her year long reign.
“I am so thankful to have been given the opportunity to represent our village of Canning as this years Leadership Candidate. Throughout my Apple Blossom Festival experience I learned many things about myself and the incredible Valley we live in. I was able to show citizens from all over the Annapolis Valley the wonderful things we have to offer here in our humble village.
I am honoured to be selected as Queen Annapolisa the 86th. As the second Queen from Canning, I hope to make the entire village proud as I continue my reign.
I would like to offer a very special thank you to everyone from the Village and surrounding areas who have supported me through donations, kind words, and best wishes. It is your support that makes Canning such a wonderful place to live!”
– Kendra Whitehead, Queen Annapolisa the 86th
Leadership Ambassador 2018
Join us Sunday, April 22, 2019 from 10 AM – 3 PM for the Canning and Area Business Development Association (CABDA) first Community Fair and Small Business Expo 2018 at the Canning Village Lion’s Hall, 1000 Seminary Ave. Admission is an item of food (or a small monetary donation) for the Canning Food Bank.
May 17, 2018 8:00 PM at the Al Whittle Theatre is the place to be! Laura Roy performs original music with Jeff Goodspeed and Friends, Jeff Goodspeed (sax), Silvio Pupo (keys), Dave Burton (drums) and Jamie Gatti (bass). Tickets are available at the Box of Delights, Wolfville and online at Eventbrite.ca. Find her on Valleyevents.ca and Facebook.
Canadian R&B/pop artist Laura Roy is a captivating songwriter and vocalist. Laura is currently based in London, UK writing and recording her second EP set for release spring 2018.
Born and raised in the small village of Canning, Nova Scotia, she began singing, writing poems, and composing music around the age of 10. She performed at talent shows and festivals around the province of Nova Scotia. Laura’s music is known for her unique, smooth and sultry R&B vocals combined with infectiously catchy pop hooks. An avid songwriter, Laura is a four-year attendee of the prestigious Gordie Sampson Songcamp, put on by the Grammy-winning writer and she has also been actively involved with The Songwriter’s Association of Canada, attending song writing camps across the country.
Laura became well known for her versatility as a songwriter, writing everything from folk-pop to R&B/hip hop, in particular, her collaborations and co-writes with Canadian Juno Winner Classified and Quake Mathews.
Laura has travelled and collaborated with writers in Nashville, New York, Toronto, Montreal, Vancouver and London, UK. Her debut EP (released July 2016) containing 6 songs infused with slick, synth-pop, 90’s R&B vibes, soulful melodies, anthemic hooks and was written and recorded in Toronto and New York City with producers Adam King, Joel Stouffer (Dragonette) and Ari Leff (LAUV). Her song Don’t Chase was a Music Nova Scotia Nomination for New Artist Recording of the Year 2016. Laura is a two time CBC Music Searchlight Nova Scotia top 10 finalist.
In January 2017, her release of the pop song “Pitbull” in collaboration with Stanton Project charted on National Canadian Radio and was placed in the Canadian Radio Bell Media’s iHeart Top 20 countdown.