|BBQ taking place until 4pm today at Beltone Hearing Clinic on East River road. Donations being accepted for CHAD Bus. |
|There will be a double band dance fundraiser for the Pictou County Jr B Scotians on Saturday, May 26th at Trenton Rink 10pm-2am. Featuring Mike and the Macpherson’s and Hush. Must be 19 years with government Id. Tickets are $12 each in advance and $15 at the door. Call Alfred White 902-396-3160 for more info. |
|BBBS winner Laura & Dennis Chipman won
|Cancer Benefit Dance for Barb Borden to be held at Wrangler's Pub New Glasgow May 26th from 9-1. Donations at the door. Raffles & Door prizes.
|Bluenose Curling Club Annual Colossal Yard Sale
May 25 from 6-9 p.m. & May 26 from 9-11:30 a.m.
at the Bluenose Curling Club, Park St, New Glasgow. Admission $2.|
|Blue Mountain Fire Department Ladies Auxillary Annual Spring Sale May 26 form 11am-1pm at the Blue Mountain Fire Hall. Sandwiches, tea/coffee, pantry table & tickets on grocery basket. For further infomration 902-922-3193
|The Abercrombie Community Center will hold a Flea Market May 26th from 9-noon.|
|May 27th at 7pm in the Melville Seafoam Community Hall, the Melville-Seafoam Winding River Jamboree will be held. Doors open at 6:30pm. Musicians include, River Run, Jim & Denise White, Ron & Dianne O'Brien and
|May 27th, a Roast Beef Supper will be held at St. Andrew's United Church in Elderbank from
|Pictou SPCA will hold a yard sale and BBQ from 9am-2pm at their location, 3504 Granton Road. Chase the ace and 50/50 tickets will also be sold.
|The members of the Thistle Quilt Guild quilt show will be held May 26 from 10am-4pm at the Westville Civic Center. Admission $5. Raffle for a handmade quilt and door prizes. |
|Post Royal Wedding Coffee Party will be held at the Little Harbour Fire Hall, May 26th from 10am-12pm. 50/50, New To You Purses, Scarves & Jewellery. Royal wedding attire optional. Adm. $5. Sponsered by Little Harbour Ladies Fire Auxiliary.
|May 26 - Roast Pork Supper will be held May 26th from 4-6pm at St. Luke's United Church, Salt Springs. Adults $12, children $6. Takeouts and Bake Table available.|
|Community Yard Sale, Alma Fire Hall, May 26th 9am-1pm. Sponsored by the Alma Fire Dept. Ladies Auxiliary.|
|Old Time Dance will be held May 26 at 7:30pm at West Branch Community Hall. Music by The MacKinnons plus Marilyn, Alvin and Tracy; Roger Simm calling. Lunch served, shared sweets. Admission $7.
|The grade 8 students of Trenton will be having a bottle drive at the school Saturday, May 26th 9am-1pm. Proceeds for the graduation trip. |
|The Karen Lynn MacDonald Allergy Awareness Society Variety Concert will be held May 25 at 7:30pm in the Lismore Hall. Adm. $5. Door prize: 6 Cooked Lobsters.|
|May 27 the regular monthly breakfast will be held at St. Johns Hall, River John, from
7:30-10am. Ham, eggs, hash browns, toast, fruit cup and beverage. $7/person.
|Chase The Ace will be held at Branch 16, Royal Canadian Legion, Pictou, May 25th from 7:30-9:30pm. Jackpot $9,908.00 with 33 cards remaining. Entertainment from 8:30-10:30pm with Niki Veniot.|
|Christ Anglican Church Fundraiser Yard Sale May 26 9am-1pm|
|St. James' Anglican Church, Denoon St., Pictou, Annual Spring Tea and Sale, May 26th from 2-4pm. Admission $8. Pantry table and gift basket draw. |
|The Antigonish Archery Association will hold their annual 3D Archery Shoot May 27th at the former Linwood ball field. Take exit 37. Registration from 8-9am. Shoot starts at 9.|
|The Antigonish Garden Club will hold a plant sale, May 26th from 10am-1pm at The John Paul Center, 308 Main St., Antigonish.
|May 25th, Chase the Ace will be held at the Stellar Curling Club and RCAFA Wing 110.
Ticket sales from 6-8 pm. Winning ticket drawn at 8:15 and you do not have to be present.
Jackpot approximately $3800.00|
|Benefit Dance for Barbara Borden, who is battling Cancer, will be held at Wranglers Pub & Grill, May 26th from 9 pm til closing. Donations at the door. Door prizes, silent auction and raffles. |
|The Westville and Area Gardening Club will host the annual Plant & Bake Sale May 26 in the parking lot of the Holy Name Catholic Church, beginning at 9am.||