Regular Monthly Meeting
Feb. 17 for Habitat for Humanity Queens Build at Liverpool Lions Hall, 7pm. Open to the public.
Feb. 17 at East Port Medway Comm. Hall, 7:30pm. Prized & refreshments.
Grief Support Group
Feb. 17 discussing the differences in men and women's grief, will be held at Trinity Anglican church, 7p.m. when we will talk about men and women in grief. You are welcome to join us.
QC Historical Society Meeting
Feb. 18 at Queens Co. Museum, 3pm. All welcome. Speakers: Linda Rafuse & Kathy Stitt. Topic: TBA.
Queens Garden Club Meeting
Feb 19 at 6: pm in the Thomas Raddall Library. Discussion on Magnolia tour in Annapolis Valley. Also 3rd series (DVD) of Rebecca's Garden. New members welcome. See you there.
Self Help Group
Feb. 20 for Widows & Widowers at Superstore Meeting Room, 7-9pm.
Feb. 20 at RCL Branch 38, Liverpool, 4-6pm. Menu: Sauerkraut, wieners, potato, dessert. $5 p/p. Everyone welcome.
Friday Night Fever
Feb.20 at RCL Branch 38, Liverpool, 9-1am. Music by Saltwater Cowboys. $5 p/p. Members & guests welcome.
Feb. 21 at Port Medway Fire Hall. Start time 7:30 p.m. Prizes and refreshments.
Crime Prevention Breakfast
Feb. 21 at Liverpool Lions Hall, 7-11am. Adults $6, 5-12 $4, under 5 $2. Take out orders welcome. 354-5676.
Feb. 21 at Liverpool Fire Hall, 9-1am. DJ Rob Ramey. 19 years +. $5 p/p. Members & guests welcome.
Feb. 21 at Caledonia Fire Hall, 7-11am.
Pot Luck Supper & Dessert Buffet
Feb. 21 at St. Andrews Church Hall, Brooklyn, 4:30-6pm. Adults $8, under 12 $4, under 5 free.
Feb. 21 at Liverpool Curling Club, 6:30pm. $10 p/p. Tickets are available at the club.
Citrus Fruit Pick-up Date
Feb. 21 11:00 A.M. - 2:00 P.M. At the Hank Snow Museum. For people who have ordered citrus fruit from the Liverpool Ukulele Ceilidh Society.
Feb.22 at Italy Cross Fire Hall, 3-7pm. No age restrictions, everyone welcome. Music by Coastal Country Band. Admission $6. Limited seating so get there early. Info 627-1588 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb. 22 at Liverpool Fire Dept, 1-3pm. For tables call 354-4310. Admission $.50. Canteen available.
Pancake, Sausage & Hashbrown Supper
Feb. 23 at Hunts Point Comm. Hall, 4:30-6pm. Adults $6, 5-12 $3, under 5 free. Variety desserts. Sponsored by Hunts Point UCW. Storm date: February 24th.
Pancake & Sausage Supper
Feb. 24 at Chelsea Comm. Centre & Fire Dept, 4:30-6:30pm. Adults $5, children $3, under 5 free. Sponsored by Tops Chapter 5252 Chelsea. Proceeds to Chelsea & Dist. Comm. Dist. & Fire Dept.
Adult Band Camp Weekend
Feb. 27, 28, March 1 at Gorham School in Liverpool. Learn to play a musical instrument! No experience necessary. Instruments provided. Cost only $40. Friday 7:00- 9:00 p.m., Saturday 9:00- 3:00 p.m.; Sunday 10:00- 3:00 p.m. Sponsored by the Mersey Band Society. To register call Scott at 354-3100 or David at 354-3166. e-mail: email@example.com
Tribute for Maddie Keay
Feb. 28 at the Astor Theatre at 7pm. Many talented performers will share their memories of Maddie.
QC Food Band Meeting
March 2 at St. Gregory’s Church Hall, Old Bridge St., Liverpool, 7pm. Guest speakers: Richard McVeigh & Ken Kothlow from Dept. of Comm. Services. Everyone welcome. Storm date March 9.
Bus trip to see "Stars on Ice"
Each spring, fans across Canada are treated to one of figure skating’s greatest spectacles as Stars on Ice presented by Smucker’s tours the country, and on April 23, You can be there! The Region of Queens Recreation Department is organizing a bus trip to see some of the best skaters in the world show their remarkable skating skill in a show to delight young and old alike. Such well-known skaters as four-time World Champion Kurt Browning, Olympic Gold Medalists Jamie Salè & David Pelletier, Olympic Silver Medalist Sasha Cohen and Olympic Bronze Medalist and reigning World Champion Jeff Buttle are all featured performers in the show. Space is limited; to reserve your spot call the Recreation Department at 354-5741. The bus will leave Liverpool at 3 p.m. from the Sobeys parking lot, with supper at 5 p.m. and the show beginning at 7 p.m. at the Halifax Metro Centre. Ticket Price is $75 (bus trip and seat at the show, tax included). Supper is on your own at Swiss Chalet, Bayers Lake Industrial Park. Waivers and payment in full must be received by March 6 to hold your seat at the April 23 show. ** Please note that cancellations/refunds will not be accepted after March 6.
Free Noon Hour Skating
Come enjoy free noon hour skating every Tuesday and Thursday (12 noon – 1 p.m.) until March 31 with the Recreation Department at the Queens Memorial Arena, Old Bridge St., Liverpool. Ages 17 and up. Free!
Summer Employment Opportunities with the Region of Queens Dept. of Recreation and Community Facilities
Applications are currently being accepted for several Summer employment opportunities. Positions available include Manager, Assistant Manager and two Instructor positions at the Milton Centennial Pool; Manager, Assistant Manager and two Instructor positions at the North Queens Aquatic Centre; and Supervisor and Instructor positions for the Mobile Aquatics program. Detailed job descriptions and applications forms can be downloaded from the Employment section of the Region of Queens website, www.regionofqueens.com, or picked up from the Recreation Dept., 249 White Point Road, Liverpool. Application packages are also available at Liverpool Regional High School and North Queens Rural High School. Deadline to apply: March 13, 2009
Nominate your shining star volunteers!
Do you know someone who personifies the spirit of volunteerism? Someone who goes above and beyond to help others in the community, and makes life better for his/her fellow citizens by volunteering time, skills and energy? Recognize that contribution to our community by nominating them as "Representative Volunteer." The Region of Queens Municipality annually coordinates the Representative Volunteer Selection program, in which two individuals are chosen to represent Queens County at the Volunteer Day festivities coordinated by Recreation Nova Scotia and held in Halifax, on April 14, 2009. Queens has a strong volunteer community... look around you and acknowledge the people who enrich our lives! Select someone from your own organization, another community group, or someone who volunteers without belonging to a group - whoever you feel most represents volunteer spirit! Download a nomination at www.volunteer.queens.ca in the "News" section, or for more information call the Recreation Department at 354-5741. Nomination deadline: February 27, 2009.
Learn about all the exciting new developments in the Queens Place project as they happen by subscribing to the "Queens Place" e-bulletin. Simply e-mail the Region of Queens Recreation Dept. (firstname.lastname@example.org) to have your e-mail added to the list. The e-bulletin contains news briefs, updates and advances to the project so you will have the facts straight from the Recreation Facility Project Committee.
The Recreation Department of the Region of Queens Municipality can be contacted by phone at 354-5741, or by fax at 354-7473, or by email at email@example.com .
Queens Events and Recreation Notes
Bingo Every Saturday at Port Medway Fire Hall starting at 1pm. Canteen available.
Regular Monthly Meeting
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