Sun. Apr. 1, 2pm - 5pm
SSAtlantic/Terence Bay Lighthouse COMMUNITY GATHERING

  • Seafood Chowder Supper
  • Musical Entertainment
  • Recognition of the Rescue Heroes
  • DVD Virtual Tour
  • Silent Auction
  • Bake Table

Adult $10; Children $5; 5 & under FREE
Limited number available at the Terence Bay Post Office,
ROC, and the PRCC; or or 852-3147.

Sat. Mar. 31, 1:30pm
SMBSA Annual General Meeting
And High Tea

Saturday, March 31 from 1:30 – 4:00 SMB Sailing Club (Crouchers Point)

Join us for our annual gathering to review accomplishments, celebrate community leaders and outline projects for the coming year. Followed by our popular High Tea with a twist – great treats and tasty specialty coffees. Everyone is welcome to join in and see what’s going on while sharing your thoughts over a cup of tea or cappuccino.

This year it will be held at the SMB Sailing Club (more space to host everyone). All are welcome.

Projects we’ve been following include: Community development – Cross Roads and beyond, Island & Coastal Protection, Water Quality, Transition Bay, and more.

Contact: Ella McQuinn,

Wed. Mar. 28, 7pm
FBWHT Annual General Meeting


The Annual General Meeting of the Five Bridges Wilderness Heritage Trust (FBWHT) will be held at 7pm on Wednesday , March 28 in the Meeting Room at the Tantallon Public Library, Hubley Centre, Upper Tantallon.
The doors will be open at 6:30 p.m. to allow time for members to renew their memberships and to welcome new members.

The Trust has been dedicated to conserving public land in its natural state for public use since 2001 and has worked with other community groups and Nova Scotia government departments for ten years to realize the designation of the Five Bridge Lakes Wilderness Area on October 25,2011. This AGM will be a time of celebration as we review our work and accomplishments of the past year.

We are very pleased to welcome Guest Speaker, Peter Bush, Planner with the Nova Scotia Department of Environment. Mr.Bush will present a "Review of Five Bridge Lakes Wilderness Area, planned management including trail agreements, and future relationships with FBWHT and other community groups" .
Please join us as we enter into a new and exciting phase of our work . We are looking for additional Board members and would welcome your ideas, your energy as we work together with Nova Scotia Environment and other departments and community groups on the planning to make the Five Bridge Lakes Wilderness Area a special place.

All Welcome!!

Please circulate this information widely.

For further information please contact Co-Chairs Jill Pulsifer at: , and Harry Ward at: or John Cascadden at:

Jill Pulsifer and Harry Ward,Co-Chairs
Five Bridges Wilderness Heritage Trust

Sat. Mar. 17
Family Dinner and a Movie

Want something to do with your family, friends, and neighbors for FREE in the community, before the March break is over?  Then you are welcome to come to a meal at 5:30pm and stay for a movie on the big screen at 6:30pm.  Can't make it to both, come to what you can.  The movies are family friendly, and drinks & popcorn are provided.  All welcome! 

New Life Worship Centre (1760 Prospect Rd.)

Sat. March 17, 2012 @ 5:30pm


Inspiring Movie Playing:Akeelah and the Bee

World Day of Prayer Service

The community churches would like to extend an invitation to you to attend the World Day of Prayer Service coming this Friday, March 2nd.

World Dayof Prayer 2012  An Ecumenical Service
Let Justice Prevail  Written by the Women of Malaysia
We will join our neighbours in celebrating World Day of Prayer at:
New Life Worship Centre
1760 Prospect Road
Friday, March 2, 2012 at 7pm
We will have special speaker from Malaysia.
This is a family friendly service and child care is available if needed for children 6yrs & under.
Please Join Us!
Participating Churches:
v  New Life Baptist Church
v  Bayside United Baptist Church
v  St. Timothy's Anglican Church
v  St. Paul's Anglican Church
v  St. Joseph's Catholic Church
v  St. James United Church
v  Seton Spirituality Centre
More information contact 852-4465 or

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