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September 19 - October 3, 2013

What's Happening: August September 19 th - October 3 rd , 2013

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THURSDAY, 19

Fall Herbalism Course — Just Us! Centre for Small

Farms, Grand Pre 6-8pm • 6 weeks about the medicinal,

culinary, & cosmetic uses of herbs that are harvested in

the Fall. TIX: $60 @ Sister Lotus booth (Wolfville Farmers'

Market) INFO: 680-8839 / sisterlotus.com

Short Film: Reactor — Studio-Z, Wolfville 7pm • In April

2012, Yogi, Buddhist teacher and activist Michael Stone

arrives on a pilgrimage to Japan in the wake of the tsunami

and Fukushima meltdown to learn how the Japanese are

responding to the crisis. Enjoy Japanese snacks, and share

in a group conversation on health, spirituality, and activism.

This fundraiser will allow Jan Tait (osteopath) to pay an

administrative assistant in her Japanese community. TIX:

donation INFO: jania.tait@gmail.com

Annapolis Valley Celiac Support Group — Huggins

Science Hall, Rm 422, Acadia 7pm • “Exploring Meanings

of Eating When One Lives with Celiac Disease” w/ Catherine

Morley, PhD, PDt, FDC, Assistant Professor School of Nutrition

and Dietetics at Acadia. Catherine will share her research on

changes happening in approaches to nutrition education

including meanings-based and arts-informed approaches.

INFO: 375-2515 / steven.coffin@gmail.com

FRIDAY, 20

SPCA / Lions Cafe — O’Brien Building, Hants County

Exhibition, Windsor 10am-6pm (and Sept. 21st, 22nd)

• Hants SPCA & Windsor and District Lions Club operating

a cafe serving vegetarian and home-cooked style (nonfried)

meal items. Prices are very reasonable, please come

support 2 great causes that help save and re-home displaced

companion animals and local citizens in need. TIX: various

prices INFO: hantsspca@gmail.com

Concert: The Modern Grass — Luckett Vineyards,

Wolfville 6:30-9:30pm • Come join us in celebrating the

Fall Wine Festival & Valley Harvest time with great food and

fantastic music! Harvest Corn Boil & BBQ. TIX: $45 (tax incl)

includes: admission, dinner, & 1 glass of wine INFO: 542-

2600 / geena@luckettvineyards.com

Concert: Ryan Cook Acoustic Show — Waterfront

Gazebo, Windsor 6:45-8pm • Finale concert for the WBES

Summer Concert Series w/ special guest Ryan Cook. Outdoor

venue. Weather permitting. Bring own seating. TIX: no

charge INFO: ryancook.ca

Reading: Herb MacDonald & Jerry Lockett — Box of

Delights Bookshop, Wolfville 7pm • Herb MacDonald:

Cape Breton Railways, An Illustrated History. Jerry Lockett:

Discovery of Weather. 2013 Evelyn Richardson Prize for

Nonfiction nominees. TIX: no charge INFO: 542-9511 /

boxofdelights@ns.aliantzinc.ca

Public Lecture: Human Experimentation at the

Shubenacadie Residential School — KCIC Auditorium.

Acadia 7-9pm • The Confederacy of Mainland Mi’kmaq

and Acadia present Dr. Ian Mosby’s “Nutrition Research and

Human Experimentation at the Shubenacadie Residential

School in Historical Context.” Through archival research into

the history of nutrition in Canada, Dr. Mosby discovered

little-known documents outlining experiments conducted at

the Shubenacadie Residential School. TIX: no charge INFO:

585-1924 / tpeace@acadiau.ca

Concert: The Mark Riley Band — Farmers Market,

Wolfville 7pm-Midnight • In support of the Wolfville

School Band and Music Program. Food, Music and Dancing!

Cash Bar. TIX: $17 each, $30 for 2 @ T.A.N. Coffee Shop

(Wolfville) Wolfville School, Save Easy (Wolfville) INFO:

coachmarkr@hotmail.com

Concert: Evans and Doherty — Evergreen Theatre,

Margaretsville 8-10pm • Evans & Doherty have

entertained audiences from Waterford, Ireland to New

Waterford, Cape Breton, from Berlin to Boston and

from Nova Scotia to New Zealand. INFO: 825-6834 /

evergreentheatre@gmail.com

Mike Aube CD Release — Old Orchard Heritage Barn,

Wolfville 8pm • I will be joined by the Hupman Brothers

Band to celebrate the release of my EP Folk the System. Bring

yer dancin' shoes! TIX: $10 @ Box of Delights Book Shop

INFO: mike@mikeaube.com

Concert: The Prophets — Royal Canadian Legion,

Windsor 9pm-1am • Check out their website and music

samples here: facebook.com/TheProphetsTrio TIX: $5 at the

door INFO: 798-0888 / rclbr09windsor@gmail.com

BASS BALL — The Anvil, Wolfville 10pm-1am •

SNDSation presents Wolfville’s #1 bass night is on again. 3

DJ's playing - DJ Lumiere, Nocon, and Hypesteria. A portion

of the entry fee will be donated to the Wolfville Skate Park

Revival Project. TIX: $5 at door INFO: hypesteria420@gmail.

com

SATURDAY, 21

Breakfast — Lions Club, Wolfville 7-10am • Our FULL

Breakfast, scrambled eggs, pancakes, sausage, bacon, beans,

hash brown, toast, tea, coffee, juice.TIX: $6 adults, $3 10

years and under INFO: 542-4508 / wolfvillelionsclub@

hotmail.com

Avondale Garlic Fest — Avondale Sky Winery, Newport

Landing 10am-5pm • Great music and wonderful food!

Growing and cooking tips. Local chefs, recipe contests. Be a

part of the garlic cook-off in five different categories. TIX: no

charge INFO: 757-3138 / info@avondalegarlicfest.com

F5/Food: Organizational Kickstart — Acadia Centre

for Rural Innovation, Patterson Hall, Acadia 11am •

Interested in organizing the Valley's first hackathon / startup

weekend where we rock the world of food? We need movers

and shakers to unite. Put your PR, logistics and planning, and

networking chops to good use. Please enlist! TIX: no charge

INFO: RefreshAnnapolisValley@gmail.com / facebook.com/

refreshfood/events

Sparkling and Seafood — L'Acadie Vineyards,

Gaspereau 11am-4pm (also Sunday, Sept. 22) • Enjoy

a fresh lobster slider and bisque while tasting traditional

method sparkling wine. Part of our Organic Week celebration

Sept 21-28 TIX: no admission, seafood pairings for sale.

INFO: 542-8463 / info@lacadievineyards.ca

Work at the Trestle Unveiling — Waterfront Park,

Wolfville 2:30pm • A sculpture by Ruth Abernethy of T.T.

Vernon Smith, an entrepreneur and engineer, who helped

open the Annapolis Valley to commerce by building the

Windsor & Annapolis Railway. Sculpture depicts Smith

rebuilding the Grand Pre Dyke section of the railway

following The Saxby Gale of 1869. Reception to follow at the

Wolfville Library (the Old Wolfville Train Station) at 3pm. TIX:

no charge INFO: 542-5767 / jboyd@wolfville.ca

Public Talk: Allen Penny — Haliburton House Museum,

Windsor 3pm • Talk by researcher and author Allen Penny

on Louisa Neville (1793 - 1841), Mrs. Thomas Chandler

Haliburton. TIX: no charge INFO: 798-2915 / colemama@

gov.ns.ca

Axemen Soccer — Raymond Field, Acadia 3:15pm

(Women’s 1pm) • AUS Regular Season. VS Dalhousie TIX:

$6 regular, no charge for Acadia students INFO: sports.

acadiau.ca

H.A.R.T.'s Italian Feast — Fire Hall, Berwick 5-9pm

• Fantastic Italian cuisine! Entertainment, silent auction.

Proceeds to the Homeless Animal Rescue Team TIX: $15

adults, $10 seniors, $5 children 12 and under INFO: 341-

HART / valleyhart@hotmail.com

Axemen Hockey — Acadia Athletic Complex, Wolfville

7pm • Don Wells Memorial Tournament. St. FX vs Acadia.

(1pm - Dalhousie vs Saint Mary’s) INFO: sports.acadiau.ca

Horton High School Football — Raymond Field, Acadia

7pm • Griffins VS CEC INFO: eteamz.com/griffinsfootball

Dominion Atlantic Railway: Pictures, Stories &

Songs — Al Whittle Theatre, Wolfville 7:30pm • Local

authority on the DAR, Gary Ness and the music of The

Mud Creek Boys make for a fun evening of Valley history.

Sponsored by the L’Arche Building Campaign. RSVP soon!

TIX: $25 @ Box of Delights (Wolfville) INFO: 542-9511

Concert: Kickin' Mule Blues Band — Union Street

Cafe, Berwick 9-11:30pm • A collaboration of Valley

musicians: Brian Chipman, Mark Bezanson, Jason Burns,

and Richard "Ricco" Berthiaume. An authentic re-creation of

both Chicago and West Coast Jump Blues Sound.TIX: $10

INFO: 538-7787 / contact@unionstreetcafe.ca

Concert: Still Doin' Time — Royal Canadian Legion,

Kentville 9:30pm-12:30am • 19 & over. Bar available. TIX:

$6 INFO: 678-8935 / kentvillelegion@eastlink.ca

SUNDAY, 22

Flea Market — Royal Canadian Legion, Kentville 8am-

12pm. Also Sept. 29 • Wheelchair accessible; Canteen

available; Variety of items; Help loading & unloading.TIX:

$5 table, $1 admission INFO: 678-8935 / kentvillelegion@

eastlink.ca

Scotian Hiker: Cape Split — Cape Split, Scott’s Bay

11am-4:30pm • Meet at parking lot, end of Cape Split

Road. Bring: lots of water, lunch, windbreaker, camera. Mixed

terrain, rooted, wet, muddy, with a good half-hour uphill

climb. Please check website on morning of hike in case of

changes. TIX: no charge INFO: scotianhiker.com

Terry Fox Trail Ride — 3498 North River Road (Lorraine

Bezanson), South Alton 1pm • Trail Ride for cancer

research. All pledges will be donated to the Terry Fox Run.

Anyone with a horse or pony is welcome to participate. TIX:

donation INFO: 678-1625

Social Ballroom Dancing — Community Centre, Port

Williams 3-5pm • Non-profit social ballroom organization.

Practice your existing dance skills and learn new group

dances. Keep fit, have fun and meet new people! TIX:

$17.50 membership (per person, per semester), $5 drop in

fee per couple INFO: Alan, 678-0375

Axemen Soccer — Raymond Field, Acadia 3:15pm

(Women’s 1pm) • AUS Regular Season. Vs UNB. TIX: $6

regular, Acadia students free INFO: sports.acadiau.ca

Wolfville Walking Dinner — Farmers’ Market, Wolfville

4pm • Seven eateries at six locations. Groups of 10 filter

through: Farmers’ Market, Troy, Ivy Deck Bistro, Paddy’s, The

Privet House, and Front and Central. Return to Market for

dessert from Slow Dough, and coffee/tea from Just Us! Live

auction by Bob Best. Fundraiser for VON Annapolis Valley.

TIX: $100 each, $700 for a table of eight INFO: 678-3779 /

debbie.roza-mercier@von.ca

Fundy Film screens: Much Ado About Nothing

— Al Whittle Theatre, Wolfville 4pm & 7pm • Joss

Whedon gives Shakespeare's classic comedy a contemporary

spin. Shot in just 12 days using the original text, the story of

sparring lovers offers a dark, sexy and occasionally absurd

view of the intricate game that is love. See ad p.19 TIX: $8

INFO: 542-5157 / info@fundyfilm.ca

Axemen Hockey — Acadia Athletic Complex, Wolfville

6pm • Don Wells Memorial Tournament. TBD vs Acadia

(1pm - TBD vs TBD) TIX: inquire INFO: sports.acadiau.ca

MONDAY, 23

Kettlebell Fitness — Farmers Market, Wolfville 6:15-

7:15am • Mondays & Thursdays for 10 weeks of kettlebell

fitness w/certified instructors for beginners and intermediate

participants. Equipment provided. TIX: $75 for 1 sessions

per week, $100 for 2 sessions per week INFO: 542.3486 /

sread@wolfville.ca

Public Lecture: George Rawlyk Memorial Lectures

— KCIC, Acadia 7:30-8:30pm • Acadia Divinity College

presents: "An English Baptist in the Age of Shakespeare" &

"The Politics of Dissent" TIX: no charge INFO: 585-2210

TUESDAY, 24

Committee of the Whole — County of Kings Municipal

Complex, Kentville 9am • All welcome. INFO: mbalsor@

county.kings.ns.ca

Town and Gown Committee Meeting — Council

Chambers, Town Hall, Wolfville 12pm • All welcome.

INFO: wolfville.ca

Town Council Meeting — Town Hall, Wolfville 6:30pm

• All welcome INFO: wolfville.ca

Celtic Body Work Out — Community Hall, Sheffield

Mills 8-9pm (also September 26, New Minas Civic

Centre 8-9pm. Women only) • 10 week class, exquisite

choreography in River Dance Style! No performance

required at the end. FEE: $120 for 10 weeks INFO:

johanne@oricom.ca

WEDNESDAY, 25

Fundy Film screens: Nostalgia de la luz — Al Whittle

Theatre, Wolfville 7pm • Chile’s Atacama Desert (rising

10,000 feet) is earth’s driest place. Atop its mountains

international astronomers gather for a translucent sky,

exposing the boundaries of the universe. The harsh heat also

preserves human remains — from Pre-Columbian to political

prisoners "disappeared" with the 1973 military coup. As

astronomers examine the galaxies above, at the foot of the

mountains women search for their loved ones’ remains,

reclaiming families' histories. See ad p.19 TIX: $8 INFO:

542-5157 / info@fundyfilm.ca

New Booker School Open House — 4 Seaview Ave.,

Wolfville 7-8pm • Open House and Curriculum Night

for interested parents. Meet our staff, receive 2013-14

curriculum info, learn about the International Baccalaureate

program. TIX: no charge INFO: 585-5000 / johwho@gmail.

com / newbookerschool.ca

Meeting: Canadian Federation of University

Women — Manning Memorial Chapel, Wolfville 7:15-

9pm • Music program, followed by meet and greet and

business meeting. New members welcome. TIX: no charge

INFO: Marian, 542-8642 / msampson@ns.sympatico.ca

THURSDAY, 26

Sip.Chat.Connect. — T.A.N. Cafe, Windsor 8:30-9:30am

• Generate new business leads, share ideas and build a

business community. At the meetings you will find a wide

variety of business owners and employees representing

many services like HR, finance, IT, and more. TIX: no charge

INFO: 1-877-277-9797 / networking@sipchatconnect.ca

Autism Information Session — Beveridge Arts Centre,

Wolfville 6:30-8:30pm • Reflexology and Autism,

presented by Catherine Hiltz, reflexologist. Open to those

families living with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and to

any interested professionals. TIX: no charge INFO: 375-3031

/ avautism@gmail.com

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