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- Choices for hungry people in Musquodoboit Harbour have been expanding dramatically. The owners of the four new eateries profiled in this piece are all women: some just out of school, some with grown children, but all equally energetic, determined, and excited by their visions.read moreIt is that time of year, Quilting Time on the Eastern Shore. Eileen Bradley, a talented, dedicated, and experienced quilter graciously agreed to share her life story. Growing up as a child in Tangier, she watched her Mother, Edna Hawes Cooper nee Mason sew. Her Mother took patterns from Eaton’s and Simpson’s catalogs drew the design on paper; measured the child that needed a dress, skirt, trousers, or a coat and pronto perfect fashion. Eileen has fond memories of the numerous beautiful coats and dresses her Mother made for her. Clippings of all the materials left over were carefully stored in a basket for quilts or hooked rugs,read moreI learned from Councilor Hendsbee’s latest monthly communiqué that HRM is replacing our existing orange sodium streetlights with brighter blue LED lights. According to HRM, this change of some 44,000 streetlights will result in “improved visibility and safety for all users.”read moreCalling All Artists! The Old School would like you to participate in the community art exhibit, open to all ages and levels of ability. Please contact the Old School by June 4 indicating your interest in participating in this exhibit. Work must be ready to hang and be dropped off at the school between 4 and 7 PM on June 6. Email OldSchoolMH@outlook.com. The community art exhibit will open June 12 from 1 to 3 PM, followed by the AGM, and be up until August 2.
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