Well, it was very nice to have an entire summer of good weather rolled into Labour Day Weekend.
If you haven't been swimming, you should. Go. Go now. These water temperatures are on par with the Clampett's cee-ment pond in Beverly Hills.
This Week in Chester
Tonight,Wednesday, the CCL (Chester Croquet League) will be at Lordly Park 5:30pm. They welcome new players and spectators. You and your flask are invited to join in the fun.
Today and tomorrow the Chester Playhouse After School Acting Program will
be at CAMS and CDS Schools. Director Cynthia Myers, Dawn Curry and many
volunteers will host theatre classes for youth aged 5-13. Cost is $100
per student. Bring your registration form and payment to the first day
of class.The opportunity for your child to spend 12 weeks working with
Cynthia is a gift to your child and to our community.
Tomorrow,Thursday, the Seniors College Association of Nova Scotia
(SCANS) is holding an information and registration session for fall
classes at St. Stephen's Hall at 54 Regent Street at 4:00 pm. Courses
include "Economists Debate Capitalism through History" and "Development
of the Atlantic Provinces." Yup.
Ever been to sea Billy? Join
the Sea Cadets ages 12-18 tomorrow night upstairs at the Chester
Legion. Free registration for new and returning cadets is at 6:30 pm.
Bring your health card and birth certificate or passport. For more info
call Donna @ 902 689-2444.
The farmers are back at the market at
the Old Train Station this Friday from 10am- 2pm.This is the crescendo
of the growing season. Buy everything and bottle it. You never know when
the next petrol crisis will hit.
morning there is breakfast happening at the Chester Legion from 7:30
-10:30am. Enjoy eggs (any way you like them), french toast, hash
browns, beans, bacon, sausage, toast, tea/coffee and juice.
Chester Heritage Society is wrapping up their "Underneath it All"
exhibit this Saturday at the Lordly Museum at 133 Central Street. If you
haven't seen this fine collection of knickers from the Lordly Era of
1860-1960, you should get over there. The show may be viewed all this
week from 10-2pm until Saturday.
How can we Chesterites share and participate in the Syrian refugee sponsorship effort? Our
local church leaders have some answers.They invite you to an
information meeting this Saturday at 6 pm at the Baptist Church, 84 King
Next Monday the Red Cross Blood Donor Clinic is at the
Chester Legion from 1 - 3 pm and again from 5 - 8 pm. It's in you to
give. For info dial up 1-888-236-6283.
Canadian comedian Mike MacDonald will be performing next Wednesday at the Chester Playhouse
@7:30 pm. A staple of the "Just for Laughs" comedy festival and a
revered comedian nationwide, Mike incorporates recent events and things
that happen within his life into his routines. He has always been able
to find the bright side to everything in life - from highly debated
topics in the media to 12 hour family road trips. I'm sure he'll have a
hey day with the upcoming Federal election.
The Chester Art Centre
has engaged Janet Barkhouse to help you explore your poetic voice
(should you have one) next Wednesday and Thursday from 1 - 4 pm where
participants will explore their own unique voices. Bring a poem by one
of your favourite poets to the first afternoon.