April is here and the feeling of spring is already in the air. Along with that feeling of spring is a whole host of activities starting up. Have a look and see what’s going on in and around East Hants for the month to come.
In addition to our regular programs through Community Learning, Community Rider and the Community Garden, we’re happy to discuss community-based classes and events. Don’t hesitate to reach out if you have an idea for a workshop or skill you’d like to learn.
This year, they will have over 10,000 eggs, 2 standard egg hunts at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. and a sensory hunt at 12 p.m. Registration is open until 15 minutes before each hunt. Cost is $5 for children 4 and older, $3 for children under 4. Come early if you can! Bring your basket and best of luck!
There will also be a BBQ and bake sale, fun and games. They are also currently holding an online auction which is open until April 7th.
Every year, East Hants Family Resource Centre creates beautiful flower arrangements in teapots to raise funds for their organization. They are getting ready for another year and with that comes a call for teapots of all shapes and sizes.
If you have a teapot you would like to contribute, give EHFRC a call at 902-883-4349. Keep an eye out for details on the fundraiser – it’s a fantastic way to show some love to your mom and support a great cause!
For more information about the East Hants Family Resource Centre, their programs and services:
Another Refill, Just in
Time for Easter
Our Community Freezer has been refilled, and just in time for Easter. Thanks go out to Community Links for the funding to keep the freezer packed with tasty meals. Our current selection includes:
Chicken Sausage Penne Jambalaya
Stuffed Pepper Casserole
Mushroom & Parmesan Turkey
Chicken & Couscous
Do you know a business, organization or individual interested in supporting your community? Let them know about our Corporate Support Program. For a donation towards a specific program or advertising package, you get promoted in the community as a supporter of our programs and help us reach more people.
For more information about our Chamber, their programs and events:
Senior’s Computer Classes
in Elmsdale or Beyond!
Interested in bringing a computer class to senior’s in your community? We currently have classes in Noel and at our office in Elmsdale, but we would love to help more people in the region discover the benefits of technology.
Reach out and let us know if you would like to help us bring a class to your community! Classes are free and teach valuable skills like how to use online banking, stay safe online and much more.
To register for classes or to discuss bringing a class to your community, contact our office:
Often, one of the biggest challenges in our busy world is to get recognized amidst the hustle and bustle. People are more distracted than ever and advertising costs lots of money to reach the right audience.
In an effort to raise funds for our programs, we have vastly expanded our Corporate Support Program to include a variety of ways for you to get promoted while helping us bring much needed programs to our community.
Some examples of recognition include:
$500 – A link to your Facebook page and your logo on a Facebook post for funding a re-fill of our Community Freezer
$450-$750 – Advertise on the side of a Community Rider van for one year/50,000 km, whichever comes first
$500 – Get your ad in this newsletter once a month for a year! Great opportunity to be paired with local community content
For more information about our Corporate Support Program, contact our office: