It's that time of year again! Marathon runners and spectators from all across the Annapolis Valley an beyond will soon be joining us in Wolfville on Thanksgiving weekend for an exciting series of runs and marathons. For more info on the weekend's events, please click on the banner above or follow this link to the Valley Harvest Marathong website.
The Wolfville School Playground is up for a community fund award with Aviva Insurance.
The projects with the most votes will be awarded $10,000.
We need your help! Click on the link below and follow these instructions:
2. Check your inbox for your activation email.
3. Select the Wolfville School Activity Park and cast your 10 votes!
It's easy! Register here: https://www.avivacommunityfund.org/voting/campaign/getinvolved
Please share this post! Voting closes Oct 4.
2019 Concept - Wearing the Land
Curated by Bonnie Baker - https://bonniebakerstudio.com
UCA invites artists to develop temporary outdoor installations animated by the theme of Wearing the Land, expressing the idea of reciprocity between the landscape of King’s County, Nova Scotia, and the people who live there.
People have passed through, lived in, and cultivated this region for millenniums. Our habits of movement wear paths and tracks along the land; sweeps of cultivated fields, flattened forest, shorelines reconstructed and waterways rerouted (or polluted) are the purposeful indications of ourselves on the landscape. We wear the land with the marks of our occupation, whether temporary or permanent, settler or original inhabitant, urbanite or rural dweller, capitalist or worker.
Taking this notion a step further, you might say that in shaping the land, the land shapes us. How we occupy and move through a landscape impresses itself upon our imaginations, our minds, our identities as well as our bodies.
In proposing the theme of Wearing the Land, UCA asks artists to consider the relationship between landscape and the people who inhabit it with a broad eye and, to paraphrase Robert MacFarlane, to think of it as the relationship between the landscape and the human heart.
The Town of Wolfville has partnered with Acadia University and Wolfville School to offer this FREE morning exercise program for students in grades Primary to Five.
The program was created last year, and is run by students in the Kinesiology program at Acadia.
The Fall session of this year's AWAKE program will begin on Monday, October 1st, and will be held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday (unless there is no school) for a 10-week period.
Students must register in order to participate. Click Here to find out how!
Tickets Now On Sale!
Ticketpro Atlantic: http://bit.ly/DeepRootsMusic2018
The Deep Roots Music Festival is delighted that Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee Jim Cuddy will kick off this year’s 15th edition at University Hall on Thursday, September 27th.
2017 #JunoAward winner William Princewill open for Cuddy, and also give an intimate talk on Friday, September 28th as our Artist@Acadia in the Garden Room, K.C. Irving Environmental Science Centre, Acadia University.
Caravan Theatre presents Fem Fest: Freedom Then and Now
100 years ago, Nova Scotia women fought for the right to vote. They wanted society - its members and its laws - to recognize women’s worth and protect their needs. They wanted to stand up and be counted. Fast forward to our 2018 MeToo moment, and it’s clear, the struggle for women’s equality continues.
Fem Fest: Freedom Then and Now is an arts festival of song, theatre, dance and spoken word celebrating the pioneering spirt of women.
Fem Fest: Freedom Then and Now features both historical and original contemporary works by performing artists from across Nova Scotia. Together we explore diversity in age, gender expression and culture.
Join the movement! Raise your fist! Fem Fest is on the way!
1 weekend, 4 shows, 3 cities. On tour to Wolfville, Halifax and Truro
Sept. 20 and 21 at the Al Whittle Theatre, Wolfville
Sept. 22 at Bus Stop Theatre, Halifax
Sept. 23 at The Marigold, Truro
All shows 7:30 pm
Tickets: $20 available at The Box of Delights Bookstore (for Wolfville); Eventbrite.ca (Halifax) and Ticketpro.ca (Truro)
It’s that time of year again with a new academic year is starting. The Town of Wolfville will once again play host to an increased number of university students from across Canada and beyond who will make Wolfville their home. Some are returning students, part way through their studies, who are accustomed to life in our vibrant community. However, others are new to Wolfville, and this maybe their first time away from home and quite possibly their first time outside their native country.
With this in mind, the international students will be arriving to move into the Acadia University residence on August 29th, 30th and 31st, 2018. First time Canadian students will be arriving for move in to campus on September 1st and 2nd, 2018. There will a short road closure on Main Street near the University Avenue intersection on September 1st, at 2:40 pm for about 10 minutes for these students to attend a welcome ceremony on campus. Returning students are scheduled to arrive and move back on September 3rd and 4th. There will be street closures around the Acadia Campus on University Avenue, to accommodate the move in process on September 1st from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on the 3rd from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Some of the Town residential streets will be extra busy with the off-campus students moving in. There will be a significant increase in activity in Town over these 7 days, with the first day of classes on September 5th, 2018. Please be tolerant of these temporary situations of moving into Wolfville and the Acadia Campus. If you observe an incident that way require a call for assistance, the R.C.M.P can be contacted at (902) 542-3817 or 1-(800)-803-7267, for non-emergency issues and obviously 911, for an emergency that needs immediate attention. Parking issues throughout the week day can be directed to the Compliance Officer at (902) 542-3412.