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Saturday, February 4
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, February 4
9:30am - 4:30pm

January 28-29 This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating how to make a wooden toboggan.

February 4-5- This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating the traditional art of snowshoe making. We have snowshoes available for you to experience snowshoeing firsthand.

February 11-12- This weekend staff will be demonstrating the tradition art of straw-hat braiding.

February 18-19 - Come join staff in making dipped candles just like the settlers would have done years ago.

February 20- Heritage Day - Ross Farm will be open for Heritage Day on February 20th! Take advantage of the holiday to learn some local history and enjoy a day on the farm

February 25-26- Join us for a demonstration in traditional logging!

On Saturday and Sunday afternoon starting at 1 pm staff will be cutting down a tree with an ax and a crosscut saw, junking it up and yarding it to the brow with a single horse or oxen. Come on out to watch or even lend a hand!

Saturday, February 4
10:00am - 2:00pm

Craft & Vendor Show at the Hebb's Cross Fire Deprtment.

Saturday Februray 4 from 10am-2pm

Interests Artisan Kid Friendly
Saturday, February 4
2:00pm - 4:00pm

Musique Royale Cookie Concerts invite you to hear the one and only Old Man Luedecke on February 4 at the Lunenburg School of the Arts. Bringing his songs and a banjo, Old Man Luedecke is the real thing, a modern-day people’s poet, a traveling bard and balladeer.

Admission is $5 at the door, and ages 4 and under can attend for free.

Info at musiqueroyale.com

Interests Music Kid Friendly
Saturday, February 4
6:00pm - 9:00pm

Osprey’s Nest Public House Has Entertainment every Saturday Night from 6-9pm

January 14 - Shawn Hebb

January 21 - Kaylyn Turner & Keith Doucet

January 28 - Kevin Koloff

February 4 - Danny Banfield

Interests Food and Music
Sunday, February 5
9:30am - 4:30pm

January 28-29 This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating how to make a wooden toboggan.

February 4-5- This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating the traditional art of snowshoe making. We have snowshoes available for you to experience snowshoeing firsthand.

February 11-12- This weekend staff will be demonstrating the tradition art of straw-hat braiding.

February 18-19 - Come join staff in making dipped candles just like the settlers would have done years ago.

February 20- Heritage Day - Ross Farm will be open for Heritage Day on February 20th! Take advantage of the holiday to learn some local history and enjoy a day on the farm

February 25-26- Join us for a demonstration in traditional logging!

On Saturday and Sunday afternoon starting at 1 pm staff will be cutting down a tree with an ax and a crosscut saw, junking it up and yarding it to the brow with a single horse or oxen. Come on out to watch or even lend a hand!

Saturday, February 11
7:00am - 10:30am

Come join us at the Parkdale/ Maplewood Community Hall this Saturday January 21 for our amazing breakfast of all your favorites items, home smoked bacon, pancakes, fried or scrambled eggs, sausage, tea coffee and juice

Interests
Saturday, February 11
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, February 11
9:30am - 4:30pm

January 28-29 This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating how to make a wooden toboggan.

February 4-5- This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating the traditional art of snowshoe making. We have snowshoes available for you to experience snowshoeing firsthand.

February 11-12- This weekend staff will be demonstrating the tradition art of straw-hat braiding.

February 18-19 - Come join staff in making dipped candles just like the settlers would have done years ago.

February 20- Heritage Day - Ross Farm will be open for Heritage Day on February 20th! Take advantage of the holiday to learn some local history and enjoy a day on the farm

February 25-26- Join us for a demonstration in traditional logging!

On Saturday and Sunday afternoon starting at 1 pm staff will be cutting down a tree with an ax and a crosscut saw, junking it up and yarding it to the brow with a single horse or oxen. Come on out to watch or even lend a hand!

Saturday, February 11
1:00pm - 3:00pm

​Petite Riviere Vineyard is hosting a Chocolate and Wine Pairing Event to help you with your Valentine's Day Planning.

February 11 from 1-3pm cost is $25 per person 

Please reserve your ticket by calling the vineyard

Interests Wine
Saturday, February 11
6:00pm - 9:00pm

Osprey’s Nest Public House Has Entertainment every Saturday Night from 6-9pm

January 14 - Shawn Hebb

January 21 - Kaylyn Turner & Keith Doucet

January 28 - Kevin Koloff

February 4 - Danny Banfield

Interests Food and Music
Saturday, February 11
6:30pm - 8:30pm

​Valentine's Day Dinner at Vogler's Cove Community Hall

Cash Bar 

Menu:  $35

Spinach Salad/ Bread 

Pork Tenderloin with Blueberry Maple Sauce/ Roasted Potatoes/ Cauliflower

Tiramisu with Chocolate Sauce

Interests Food
Sunday, February 12
9:30am - 4:30pm

January 28-29 This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating how to make a wooden toboggan.

February 4-5- This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating the traditional art of snowshoe making. We have snowshoes available for you to experience snowshoeing firsthand.

February 11-12- This weekend staff will be demonstrating the tradition art of straw-hat braiding.

February 18-19 - Come join staff in making dipped candles just like the settlers would have done years ago.

February 20- Heritage Day - Ross Farm will be open for Heritage Day on February 20th! Take advantage of the holiday to learn some local history and enjoy a day on the farm

February 25-26- Join us for a demonstration in traditional logging!

On Saturday and Sunday afternoon starting at 1 pm staff will be cutting down a tree with an ax and a crosscut saw, junking it up and yarding it to the brow with a single horse or oxen. Come on out to watch or even lend a hand!

Tuesday, February 14
7:00pm - 9:00pm

​A Valentine's Cabaret with Dessert 

50/50 draw/ Music / Dancing 

At the Mahone Bay Centre , Storm  date Feb 15th , adults ages over 19

Guests are welcome to dress in 1950s attire

go to South Shore Players website for more details

Interests Theatre
Saturday, February 18
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, February 18
9:30am - 4:30pm

January 28-29 This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating how to make a wooden toboggan.

February 4-5- This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating the traditional art of snowshoe making. We have snowshoes available for you to experience snowshoeing firsthand.

February 11-12- This weekend staff will be demonstrating the tradition art of straw-hat braiding.

February 18-19 - Come join staff in making dipped candles just like the settlers would have done years ago.

February 20- Heritage Day - Ross Farm will be open for Heritage Day on February 20th! Take advantage of the holiday to learn some local history and enjoy a day on the farm

February 25-26- Join us for a demonstration in traditional logging!

On Saturday and Sunday afternoon starting at 1 pm staff will be cutting down a tree with an ax and a crosscut saw, junking it up and yarding it to the brow with a single horse or oxen. Come on out to watch or even lend a hand!

Saturday, February 18
6:00pm - 10:00pm

Bridgewater's Craft Beer Festival

On February 18 we're returning to celebrate the amazing craft beers of Nova Scotia at the Lobster Crawl Craft Beer Festival. With the growth we continue to see in the industry and the superior product that is being produced, we are excited to see what the breweries will have in store for us.

We anticipate over 20 breweries/cider producers to attend and we cannot wait to see all the of the products that they bring for us to try. Be sure to partake in some of the food offerings as well.

Live music on site and after party details to be revealed as the event approaches!

Interests Food and Music Beer
Sunday, February 19
9:30am - 4:30pm

January 28-29 This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating how to make a wooden toboggan.

February 4-5- This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating the traditional art of snowshoe making. We have snowshoes available for you to experience snowshoeing firsthand.

February 11-12- This weekend staff will be demonstrating the tradition art of straw-hat braiding.

February 18-19 - Come join staff in making dipped candles just like the settlers would have done years ago.

February 20- Heritage Day - Ross Farm will be open for Heritage Day on February 20th! Take advantage of the holiday to learn some local history and enjoy a day on the farm

February 25-26- Join us for a demonstration in traditional logging!

On Saturday and Sunday afternoon starting at 1 pm staff will be cutting down a tree with an ax and a crosscut saw, junking it up and yarding it to the brow with a single horse or oxen. Come on out to watch or even lend a hand!

Saturday, February 25
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, February 25
9:30am - 4:30pm

January 28-29 This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating how to make a wooden toboggan.

February 4-5- This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating the traditional art of snowshoe making. We have snowshoes available for you to experience snowshoeing firsthand.

February 11-12- This weekend staff will be demonstrating the tradition art of straw-hat braiding.

February 18-19 - Come join staff in making dipped candles just like the settlers would have done years ago.

February 20- Heritage Day - Ross Farm will be open for Heritage Day on February 20th! Take advantage of the holiday to learn some local history and enjoy a day on the farm

February 25-26- Join us for a demonstration in traditional logging!

On Saturday and Sunday afternoon starting at 1 pm staff will be cutting down a tree with an ax and a crosscut saw, junking it up and yarding it to the brow with a single horse or oxen. Come on out to watch or even lend a hand!

Sunday, February 26
9:30am - 4:30pm

January 28-29 This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating how to make a wooden toboggan.

February 4-5- This weekend our interpreters will be demonstrating the traditional art of snowshoe making. We have snowshoes available for you to experience snowshoeing firsthand.

February 11-12- This weekend staff will be demonstrating the tradition art of straw-hat braiding.

February 18-19 - Come join staff in making dipped candles just like the settlers would have done years ago.

February 20- Heritage Day - Ross Farm will be open for Heritage Day on February 20th! Take advantage of the holiday to learn some local history and enjoy a day on the farm

February 25-26- Join us for a demonstration in traditional logging!

On Saturday and Sunday afternoon starting at 1 pm staff will be cutting down a tree with an ax and a crosscut saw, junking it up and yarding it to the brow with a single horse or oxen. Come on out to watch or even lend a hand!

Saturday, March 4
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, March 11
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, March 18
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, March 25
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, April 1
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, April 8
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, April 15
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome