Come work out and improve your fitness at the Canning MultiComplex Fitness Centre. Open Monday – Friday from 8:15 AM until 1 PM, and on Saturdays from 9 – 11:30 AM. The fitness centre will be closed whenever the office is closed and during holidays and announced storm closures. The drop-in fee is just a toonie ($2)!
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.
See you there!
Update August 4, 2018: The Municipality of the County of Kings has declared the water to be safe for use again. Please run your faucets for at least 5 minutes to flush existing water prior to usage.
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 .