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Closest to the Hole Golf Tournament 2018

Over the past seven years, The Maritimes Energy Association has raised more than $100,000 for Prostate Cancer Canada – Atlantic through the Closest to the Hole golf tournament. We are once again proud to host this event to build awareness about prostate cancer and to raise funds to support local programs.   This annual tournament has built a reputation as an outstanding event where those in the region's energy industry and/or the local business community can network and enjoy a day on the green all in support of a great cause.  Sponsorship is now open. If you are interested in participating in this event or have questions, please contact Paula at 902-496-3180 or [email protected] Agenda 8:00 a.m.              Registration opens 8:30 - 9:15 a.m.     Networking & Buffet Breakfast 9:15 a.m.              Opening Remarks: All golfers convene in the dining room of the clubhouse 9:30 a.m.              Shotgun Start 10:30 a.m.            Coffee and Bailey’s cart begins around the course 3:00 - 4:00 p.m.    Dinner & Awards Ceremony Your registration includes: $50 donation to Prostate Cancer Canada - Atlantic Buffet breakfast Green fees One cart per two players BBQ on the course Coffee and Bailey Dinner & Award Ceremony   Please note our cancellation policy: Cancellations received in writing will be accepted up to and including seven business days prior to the event date. A refund will be issued minus a 20% cancellation fee. Cancellations received less than seven business days prior to the event will not be accepted however substitutions are welcome.  

Glen Arbour Golf Course
40 Clubhouse Lane Hammonds Plains

Tue, 26 Jun 2018 8.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Peggy's Cove Area Festival of the Arts - Opening Night Gala

The Peggy’s Cove Area Festival of the Arts will open on July 4th with a gala reception at Shining Waters Marina featuring live musical entertainment, refreshments, a silent auction of art and craft works, and a “Community Canvas” created by attendees. Join us at this vibrant arts experience! Tickets will be available online in the spring of 2018. For more information, visit our website at peggyscoveareafestivalofthearts.com

Postal code B3Z 2J9, Canada

Wed, 4 Jul 2018 7.00pm -
Wed, 4 Jul 2018 9.00pm


Hosted by Team Goal Getters. Special speaker Shyla Wright, Minis Stairs, Pamela Slawter, Charlene Williams and Sanny Beals.  MONAT is about a lot more than shampoo and helping people feel good about their hair—it's about providing a path to freedom, personal growth and fulfillment. And yes, lots of fun too! Through social selling, MONAT is taking naturally based haircare to a new level and helping people experience great hair. If you're curious to see if we can help tame your wild mane-- or if you simply need MORE MANE to tame, come meet us! This is a casual get-together. We’ll briefly tell you about the products that have made hundreds of thousands in North America very happy, and how you can be a part of the MONAT movement. We will also have games and prizes to be won.. It’s all in the fun and it will be a MONAT blast...

Acadia Hall
650 Sackville Drive Lower Sackville

Wed, 4 Jul 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Men of the Deeps

The Men of the Deeps is a choir of working and retired coal miners from the island of Cape Breton in Nova Scotia, Canada. Organized in 1966 as part of Cape Breton’s contribution to Canada’s Centennial Year (1967), the group’s inception was an effort by the people of Cape Breton to preserve in song some of the rich folklore of that island’s coal mining communities. Since 1967 the group has been singing of the work and lifestyle of the Cape Breton coal miner to audiences throughout most of Canada and the United States. In 1976 they became the first Canadian performing group to tour the People’s Republic of China after diplomatic relations between the two nations were restored in 1972. And as recently as September 1999 the men traveled to Kosovo in the former Republic of Yugoslavia at the request of Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs, where they performed in a gala festival organized by actress Vanessa Redgrave on behalf of the United Nations Children’s Fund. The group’s most recent tours have brought the choir as far north as the Ekati diamond mines in the Northwest Territories, and as far south as Arizona, Alabama, Florida and the Appalachian coal mining communities of Kentucky, Virginia and Pennsylvania. In September 2008 the group was invited to perform in Las Vegas at the international MineExpo conference where sold out audiences enjoyed its unique blend of songs and stories for six consecutive nights. The musical director of the Men of the Deeps is John C. O’Donnell, Professor of Music at St. Francis Xavier University in Antigonish, Nova Scotia. For most of the choir’s 43 year history, Professor O’Donnell has been travelling almost weekly to Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, where he rehearses the singing miners: a round trip distance of 485 kilometres. In 1983 the government of Canada honoured Professor O’Donnell’s efforts when he was awarded the prestigious Order of Canada. More recently the University College of Cape Breton recognized his efforts when the degree Doctor of Letters was conferred upon him at its May 1993 Convocation. In addition to the historical tour to the People’s Republic of China and the groundbreaking trip to Kosovo, some of the group’s interesting concert tours have included two visits to the United States for performances before the United Mine Workers of America at their conventions in Cincinnati, Ohio and Denver, Colorado. In their own country the men have toured the mining communities of Labrador and Northern Manitoba; they have sung in most major centres across Canada and countless smaller towns from coast to coast. The group celebrated its 20th anniversary year with a successful 2-½ week engagement at Vancouver’s Expo ’86 where it performed in concert with Cape Breton singer, Rita Mac Neil and the RCMP Concert Band. In June 1989 the Cape Breton miners performed in Toronto’s Roy Thomson Hall as part of a month-long International Choral Festival that featured many of the world’s outstanding choral organizations. From 1994 to 1996 the Men of the Deeps teamed with school choirs throughout Nova Scotia in a province-wide “Light the Darkness” tour to promote awareness of the Canadian Red Cross. In 1996, 1997 and again in the spring of 1999 the choir completed successful tours of Ontario where it played to sold-out audiences from Toronto’s Massey Hall to Windsor’s Chrysler Theatre. During its spring 1999 tour of Ontario the group recorded a program for CBC’s On Stage at the Glenn Gould Theatre and sang the opening anthems for a Blue Jays game at the Sky dome. The 1998-99 season also brought the group to Western Canada, Newfoundland and New Brunswick. And in October 1999 the Men of the Deeps completed a successful tour of Ontario and the eastern United States with popular Cape Breton singer and songwriter, Rita Mac Neil. Throughout the 1970s and 1980s the group released four long-play record albums, one on the Apex label and three on the Waterloo label. The last three recordings, which are also available on cassette tape, were produced by Waterloo Music Company in Waterloo, Ontario. In 1992 the group released its first compact disk entitled Diamonds in the Rough: Twenty-Five Years with the Men of the Deeps. A second CD, Buried Treasures, a compilation disk featuring a variety of selections from the three Waterloo recordings, was released in April 1995 on the Atlantica-EMI label. To honour its 30th year anniversary in 1996, the Men of the Deeps released its third CD, Coal Fire in winter, In 2004 the CD “Their Lights Will Shine” was produced, and to celebrate their 40th year in 2008, The CD “40 Years Young” was produced. The Men of the Deeps are no strangers to the media. The group has appeared in two films produced by the National Film Board of Canada. It has been heard frequently on CBC radio in Canada and the list of television performances includes CBC’s popular Front Page Challenge, and CTV’s Canada AM. In 1982 the men were a special guests on the Anne Murray Christmas Special seen throughout North America on the CBS and CTV television networks. In 1986 the CTV network did a special documentary honouring the 20th anniversary of the Men of the Deeps. It was shown throughout Canada on the program Canada in View. In 1988 the men performed with Rita Mac Neil on Canada’s Juno Awards seen coast to coast, and in 1993 they were special guests on Rita’s Christmas Television Special and Anne Murray’s 1993 television production “Anne Murray in Nova Scotia.” In October 1995 the Men of the Deeps were special guests of Rita Mac Neil when they were featured on the popular CBC Television show “Rita and Friends;” and in March 1998 the group appeared again with Rita’s on her CTV network special: A Celtic Celebration. Most recently, the group has recorded a choral backup on a new CD by Roger Whittaker, which was released in September 1999. Special 25th year anniversary honours for the Men of the Deeps came on March 23, 1991, when the group received Nova Scotia’s “Ambassador of the Year” award from the Tourist Industry Association of Nova Scotia (TIANS), and again on November 30, 1991, when the group and its director were honoured with a 25th Anniversary Banquet hosted by the business community of Industrial Cape Breton. That banquet was also the setting for the release of a book documenting the group’s 25-year history: Diamonds in the Rough, by well-known Cape Breton songwriter and author, Alistair MacGillivray. The Men of the Deeps received a unique honour on May 13, 2000, when the University College of Cape Breton bestowed an honorary doctoral degree on the entire group in recognition of the group’s contribution to Cape Breton culture over the past thirty-four years. Although the choir’s full membership was present at the convocation, current president Fred Gillis accepted the honour on behalf of the group. The musical repertoire of the Men of the Deeps is gathered from mining communities around the world. Many of the group’s songs are “home grown” – composed by contemporary Cape Breton bards, or traditional songs which trace their roots to their Celtic fore bearers in the old country. Professor O’Donnell has become an expert on coal mining songs in Canada, and published a major collection entitled And Now The Fields Are Green: A Collection of Coal Mining Songs in Canada (Sydney, Nova Scotia; University College of Cape Breton Press: 1992). To belong to the singing group a man must have worked in the mine. The ages of the men range from the mid-thirties to the upper-seventies, about one-quarter of which have been with the group since it was organized in 1966. A special sense of authenticity is given to the group by the presence of several retired coal miners who recall vividly the days when coal miners were looked upon as “second class” citizens, forced to eke out a living mining coal in hazardous conditions while their lives were almost entirely dependent upon the company. Today the Men of the Deeps are more than a singing group -it is a social institution. There is a comradery amongst the members of the group that carries over to their audiences wherever they perform. Clad in coveralls and hard hats, they make an impressive impact when they enter a concert hall in total darkness with only the lamps on their helmets for light. The Ottawa Journal described the group’s visit to China as the “best people-to-people exchange ever.” Anyone who attends a concert by the Men of the Deeps cannot help but come away with the feeling that a special breed of men has touched them.

Knox United Church
567 Sackville Drive Lower Sackville

Sun, 9 Sep 2018 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

9th Annual Business Is Jammin' Charity Golf Tournament

Business Is Jammin’ (BIJ) is delighted to announce the 9th Annual Business Is Jammin’ Charity Golf Tournament on Friday, September 14th 2018 at the Granite Springs Golf Club.  To make this year’s tournament a remarkable success, BIJ is soliciting the support and partnership of corporate and community organizations like yours. Partnerships are central to achieving the goals of our initiative of empowering Black youth through entrepreneurship.   You can partner with us by registering to become a Platinum, Gold, Silver and Bronze sponsor of the tournament, registering a team of 4, sponsoring a youth and donating items for prizes / the silent auction Receive a charitbale tax receipt for your sponsorship! About the Venue: Granite Springs Golf Club is a scenic 18-hole, Par-72 golf course overlooking the picturesque Shad Bay, just 30 minutes from downtown Halifax. The course with its professional layout and natural beauty will delight both the new and experienced golfer. Sparkling ponds reflect the beauty of the well, groomed bent grass greens and tees, wide bluegrass fairways and majestic trees which abound on  the course.

Granite Springs Golf Course
4441 Prospect Road Bayside

Fri, 14 Sep 2018 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Tim & The Glory Boys - THE BUFFALO ROADSHOW - Halifax, NS

Yeehaw! Tim & The Glory Boys are saddled up and ready to ride—The Buffalo Roadshow is coming to town!  With a wild, new album in their saddlebags, the boys are cutting a path clear across Canada to play 50+ shows. Don’t miss your chance to join the shindig! Buy your tickets, and invite your friends, before it’s SOLD OUT!  The Buffalo Roadshow is a spirited, family-friendly party going down at a theatre, church, or barn near you. Whether you’re from the big city or a one bison town, you can be sure this rowdy music hoedown won’t be more than two whoops and a holler away. It'll be the show you can’t stop talking about… you’ll laugh, you’ll sing, and you’ll stomp yer boots! Tim & The Glory Boys are more than just a country bluegrass gospel band! Rumour has it they’re also multiple JUNO, Dove, and Covenant award-winning artists—musical showmen if you will—that bring down the house at every tour stop. With their rugged BC homeland in the rearview mirror, these guys are eager as Canadian beavers to bring The Buffalo Roadshow to your neck o’ the woods. Don’t miss it!

The Bella Rose Theatre of the Arts, Halifax West High School
283 Thomas Raddall Drive Halifax

Sun, 11 Nov 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Accounting Technology Seminar - Halifax

We will be hosting our annual Accounting Technology Seminar starting in October 2018. This will be the 26th year that the seminar series has traveled across the country to bring you the latest in technology specifically for accountants in public practice, bookkeepers and consultants. Learn more... Registration opens at 8.00am

Future Inn Halifax Hotel & Conference Centre
30 Fairfax Drive Halifax

Wed, 3 Oct 2018 8.30am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


The Juno award winning Toronto Mass Choir will perform a Gospel concert in Hubbards, NS as part of the choir's "By Special Request" album tour through Nova Scotia.

St. Luke's Anglican Church
10 Shore Club Road Hubbards

Thu, 2 Aug 2018 7.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

Rawlins Cross at The Shore Club

We're very pleased to announce that Rawlins Cross is returning to the legendary Shore Club in Hubbards, NS on July 27th. This show last year was one of our summer highlights and we can't wait to do it again! Get your dancing shoes ready!  Hot night... cold drinks... and a great night of music with old friends.Hope you can join us!Ian, Dave, Geoff, Brian, Howie & Joey (a.k.a. Rawlins Cross) Doors @ 9:30pm; Music @ 10pm$35 advance / $40 at door__________________Rawlins Cross released their ninth studio album this year, entitled Rock Steady. The band burst onto the East Coast music scene in 1989 with their album A Turn of the Wheel, and went on to release a total of nine albums. Over the years, Rawlins Cross has toured extensively throughout Canada, the United States and Europe and earned two JUNO nominations and countless ECMA wins. With their fusion of Celtic traditional, Rock, Pop and world music, Rawlins Cross never fail to electrify their faithful fans!!

Shore Club
" " 250 Shore Club Rd Hubbards

Fri, 27 Jul 2018 10.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

How to make your own healthy chocolate at home

Do you love chocolate? Do you feel guilty indulging in it? Well, you don't have to any longer. REAL raw chocolate is an amazing superfood that nourishes body and soul! Packed with nutrients, it's no wonder the Mayans called it the Food of the Gods!Join health educator and raw chocolatier Silvia Revenco for this fun and informative class where you will learn the process of making your very own decadent and healthy chocolate at home - for you and your loved ones! You will learn about the amazing health benefits of chocolate, what it can be combined with (other superfoods, essential oils), to make super-healthy delicious treats in your own kitchen! You will get handouts, recipes, and samples to bring home (if they make it that far...).

Tantallon Public Library
3646 Hammonds Plains Road Upper Tantallon

Thu, 9 Aug 2018 6.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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