March Break has arrived and 2023 is rolling by faster than ever! We hope you’ll get a chance to rest, relax and recharge.
To help you get in the spirit, we’ve found a few activities to help you make the most of March. Between activities, jobs, food and upcoming fun, there’s plenty to look forward to. However, top priority should be to take a moment for yourself before the craziness of spring gets underway!
Lots of museums and outdoor activities are included, so come back from March break a little wiser and full of stories.
East Hants is Hiring!
For those looking for work, the Municipality of East Hants has posted a number of job openings on their website: https://www.easthants.ca/government/jobs-east-hants/. These include permanent, casual, and seasonal jobs coming up. Application deadlines vary. Check them out and lend your skills to our community!
Looking for a bit of extra food support? The Elmsdale Community Garden’s Community Freezer has just been restocked. Thank you to Community Links for the much needed funds to top up the freezer. Our current selection includes:
Sweet & Sour Ribs (rice and orzo options available)
Chicken Fajita Soup
Cabbage Roll Soup
Italian Sausage Rice Casserole
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 some, it’s less about fun and more about survival. If this sounds like you, the Elmsdale Library has prepared survival bags to get you through the week. They also have board games available to borrow, a scavenger hunt, movies through hoopla and much more.
Our classes are on break this week, but now is a great time to reach out to plan a senior’s computer class for your community. We currently have classes in Noel and at our office in Elmsdale, but we would love to help more people across East Hants 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: