A roundtable discussion on making the decision to downsize is happening Thursday, October 19 at 2 – 4PM at
The Merritt Gibson Memorial Library
9806 Main St.
Find out what life is like in a co-housing community. Talk to people who downsized to something small. Ask about costs. Bring your questions and concerns. Refreshments provided. Free.
Carolyn Green, Lorax Woodlands
Kimberly Smith, Co-housing in Nova Scotia Discussion Group
Deborah Nicholson and Michael Gabriel, co-owners of the Mod House on North Avenue
Caroline Whitby, Managed for You: Home Transition
Tara Webb, Annapolis Valley homeSHARE/Women’s Place Resource Centre
You’re invited to take a tour of the modular house on North Avenue immediately after the event.
Artist Lucie Chan will speak at the Merritt Gibson Memorial Library about her art projects on Tuesday, October 10 at 2-4pm. Really thought-provoking paintings! Lucie is currently the visiting artist at Ross Creek Arts Centre. Born in Guyana and educated in Canada, Vancouver now provides the backdrop for Chan’s delicate and evocative drawing-based art practice. She holds a BFA from Alberta College of Art and Design and an MFA from Nova Scotia College of Art and Design. She has participated in several group exhibitions, in Canada but mainly in Halifax, Toronto, and Montreal. She is an associate professor at Emily Carr Art Institute in BC.
You’re invited! The Grand Opening Ceremony will take place at 1 PM and you’ll have a chance to look around at this amazing new building. The MultiComplex is the result of many years of tireless effort and planning by members of the community, to better serve the community.
Canning MultiComplex 977 J. Jordan Road Canning NS
Saturday, October 7, 2017
from 12 – 3 PM
We’ll be featuring a delicious barbecue and a free will offering wwill be much appreciated. See you there!
The Fieldwood Heritage Society is pleased to invite you to a presentation by Gordon Hammond on The Barns of the Eastern Shore. Old barns are iconic, beautiful parts of our landscape which are rapidly being lost, taking with them important insights into the creativity of early Nova Scotian farmers. Gordon is a professional museum planner, and has been instrumental in developing Memory Lane Heritage Village. Please join us this Thursday, Sept. 14, 2017 from 6-8 pm. The event will start with a tour of Kevin Wood’s barn on highway 358, located in Port Williams NS, just south of Church Street (with the large white barns), and continue with Gordon’s presentation at the St John’s Anglican Church Hall (on the corner of Church Street and Highway 358). Parking is available at the church. Admission is $10 (cash or cheque only, please). Refreshments will be served. See attached poster for details.