Wagmatcook Lecture Series
Friday, February 28th, 2014 (Lectures start at 10:30am sharp – please be seated prior to this time).
Location: Wagmatcook Culture & Heritage Centre (Great Hall)
Lecture 1: Albert Marshall with the video “Did Eels change the course of History?”
Time: 10:30am – 12:00pm
Eskasoni Elder Albert Marshall will join us to tell us the story of how Eels helped the French at Fortress Louisbourg survive during difficult times in the 1700’s and how this story could’ve changed history if things happened differently.
Lecture 2: Official Video Launch for “Unama’ki Mi’kmaw Basket Making”
Time: 12:30pm – 1:30pm
Project Manager Marie Battiste, along with Nin’ewey Video Productions owner Barry Bernard welcome you to join them on the revision of a 20 year old video project on Mi’kmaw basket making and it’s significance to the Mi’kmaw people and the importance of keeping this very important cultural tradition alive.
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Wagmatcook Centre – VIDEO LAUNCH – Mi’kmaw Basket Making (Feb 28 2014)
Please inquire for further details should you have any questions. We hope you can join us and we look forward to any groups (schools, organizations, etc) that would like to register ahead of time. For more information, please contact Robert Bernard, Lecture Coordinator at the contact information located below for your convenience!
Wela’lin, Robert Bernard, Wagmatcook Culture & Heritage Centre
Community & Business Support Services
10765 Hwy 105, PO Box 30029 Wagmatcook, Nova Scotia, BOE 3NO
902-295-2999 (Main) / 902-295-2424 (Direct)/902-295-3306 (Fax)
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Active Transportation On-Line Survey
Please complete the survey by Friday, March 7th. Thank-you in advance for your cooperation.
What is Active Transportation – Active Transportation is human powered transportation (non- motorized) that includes, walking, cycling, hiking, cross-country skiing, canoeing, kayaking, skateboarding etc. Active transportation connects communities to each other thru trails, bikeways etc.
3rd Annual Victoria County “Take The Roof Off Winter” ActiveFest 2014
Something for Everyone!
February 14 to March 16m 2014 – Updated schedule below:
Grades 7, 8 and 9 girls attending Wagmatcookewey, Cabot and Baddeck schools have an opportunity of a lifetime by participating in the 2014 Winter Outdoor Retreat at Cabot Shores, North Shore on the Cabot Trail.
Girls will be introduced to a number of activities learning various skills, participating in a lot of outdoor activities and eating healthy – Back to Nature and Bring Back Winter Play.
Schedule, registration form and permission slips, return to your principal. 14 1st registered at each school are accepted – FREE.
GO Back to Nature Winter Outdoor Retreat Waiver2014PDF
GO Back to Nature Winter Outdoor Retreat TravelPermissionSlip2014PDF
Proudly Supported By: Naturally Active Victoria County, Victoria County, Thrive, NS Health & Wellness, CBVRSB, Wagmatcook.
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Tagged Back to Nature, Baddeck Academy, Bring Back Winter Play, Cabot School, Cabot Shore, Cabot Trail, Cape Breton, Girls Only, GO, Naturally Active Victoria County, North River Kayaks, Thrive, Wagmatcookewey
Wednesday Evenings on Snow Adventures
Every Wednesday evening – male & female participants invited to participate.
Karen Welton and Eileen Woodford lead a snowshoe or ski on Wednesday evening’s weather and conditions permitting. It is a good way to get out and enjoy winter. 630 PM for about an hour.
Location will be sent by email/posted on Facebook by noon that day (somewhere close and relatively flat). Meet at location and snowshoe or ski with the group. Headlamps helpful though not required- there will be enough people with them so that the group can see. Watch your email. Eileen has an extra set of snowshoes if you know someone who wants to try it.
If you have questions or suggestions please let Leader Eileen know @ 295-2603 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Leader: Karen Welton @ 295-1815 email@example.com
Victoria Farmers Co-op (Minor Hockey & Silver Dart Skating Club) Weekly 50/50 Draw Results:
Number draw = # 105, no winner
Jackpot now stands at: $ 3679
This draw is sponsored by the Baddeck Minor Hockey and the Silver Dart Skating Club. Members of the Coop can put $2.00 in an envelope with their coop number ( weekly deposit and draw) & deposit in the box at the speedy checkout counter. Draw is every Friday evening. If the member, whose number was drawn, has not deposited $2.00, then no winner is declared and sponsors collect 50% and 50% is added to next week’s jackpot.