April Events in Bear River

April – Perennial Plant Sale
April 12 Oakdene Centre Annual General Meeting
April 17 – Acres & Acres perform at the Rebekah
April 24 – Climate Change talk
April 24/25 – Red Cross First Aid
April 29 – The Creative Rural Economy & Cultural Mapping Workshop

details follow…..
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April – Perennial Plant Sale

Bear River blooms is having a huge plant sale of hardy perennials and some shrubs.
Price is $5.00 per un-potted good size division. Shrubs will be $10-$20.00.

Sale is “by appointment”.
Email Cheryl Stone- digbyanna@ns.sympatico.ca for a plant list.
Some of the perennials divided will be:

Liatris- both purple and white
helenium- different varieties
centurea macrocephala- yellow basket flower
Monarda
Crocosmia
Astilbe
Joe pye weed
Asters
Canpanula- “kent Belle”
Daylilies- various colours
Yarrow- coronation gold and tera cotta
Too many plants to name them all but please do inquire and get a complete list emailed to you.
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April 12 – Oakdene Centre Annual General Meeting 7 pm – All welcome

Come and find out what’s been happening at the Oakdene this year and what the future plans are. Election of new executive. Refreshments.
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April 17 – Acres & Acres perform at the Rebekah Music Hall

Acres and Acres will play in Bear River and with Clayton Murray opening at the
Rebekah Music Hall–1886 Clementsvale Rd. (downtown Bear River)
8 PM
Suggested donation $10

check them out:
http://www.myspace.com/acresandacres
http://www.sonicbids.com/epk/epk.aspx?epk_id=187346
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April 24 – Climate Change talk

Climate Change : From Copenhagen to ‘Climategate’ : a cover-up?
What’s the REAL story?

when: Saturday April 24, 2010, 7 pm – 9 pm
where: Oakdene Community Centre, Bear River
cost: pay-what-you-can. Proceeds to the Oakdene roof repair fund.
donated refreshments

An ‘all ages’ presentation and discussion in honour of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day with Dr. Leo Elshof, Acadia University. Dr. Elshof teaches science education and environmental studies at Acadia University. He has been involved in science and engineering education for over 25 years. In December he attended the United Nations Copenhagen Climate Conference as a delegate.

Additional book discussion: Climate Cover-up: the crusade to deny global warming  by James Hoggan.
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April 24/25 – Red Cross First Aid

Quercia Recreation is offering Canadian Red Cross First Aid programs.
Standard First Aid and CPR- Apr 24/25 – $85
Emergency First Aid and CPR Apr 24 – $55
To sign up for a class or for more information call 467-0489 or email querciarecreation@gmail.com
All programs are offered at the Oakdene Centre in Bear River.
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April 29th -The Creative Rural Economy & Cultural Mapping Workshop

at the Annapolis Royal Legion
register by April 19. cost $10, includes lunch.

Are the fishery and forestry, our region’s traditionally important economic sectors, being joined by a third? Here, today, innovative and knowledge-based industries pursue new ideas in computer technology. Medical and scientific research. Education. Tourism. Health Care. Culture.The Arts.
Together they now represent a fast-growing creative economic sector.Linking new economy jobs and our creative sector is accomplished by cultural planning and its key tool, cultural mapping.

An integrated creative, innovative, knowledge-based economic sector is possible here. Join us for that discussion, and to explore a way forward.

Our April 29, 2010 workshop brings together the fertile minds, broad experience and hard-won insights of sixty opinion leaders and doers in our region. We want you to be one of that group.
“Most discussion related to creativity and culture as new economic drivers…has focused on larger urban centers. Yet, these ideas have powerful potential in smaller towns and rural areas. Municipalities large and small are turning to municipal cultural planning as a tool for building local economies through creativity, culture, and quality of place.”   — Dr. Greg Baeker
“Building a Creative Rural Economy”
Municipal World magazine, September 2008
Dr. Greg Baeker, Canada’s leading thinker about the creative rural economy, is our keynote speaker and workshop leader at the gathering in Annapolis Royal.

Participate in the morning keynote presentations and/or the afternoon hands-on workshop, and/or  the open community forum in Bridgetown beginning at 7:00 at the End of the Line Pub.

Because space is limited we ask you register by April 16.

More information and a registration link are to be found here:  http://www.agrg.cogs.nscc.ca/CRE_Workshop
We hope you will join us.   Heather LeBlanc. cre.mapping@gmail.com

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