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Yesterday | Nova News Now

Kings County Art Scene July 31

Artist Jean Leung of Grand Pre was displaying her work, including this mixed medium acrylic and watercolour painting of the Grand Pre World Heritage Site entitled 'Spring in Grand Pre' as part of the annual Mud Creek Days Art Festival outside the Wolfville Curling Club.

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Related Topix: Painting, Arts, Canada, Life, Holidays, Lughnasadh, North America, World News,

Yesterday | The Chronicle Herald

Broadway comes to the Valley

Lee J. Campbell and Sean C. Robertson star in Mass Appeal, Valley Summer Theatre's two character comedy-drama on at the Al Whittle Theatre in Wolville until Aug. 17. The Chester native, now based in Toronto, has been starring in large scale musicals - like War Horse at Toronto's Princess of Wales Theatre featuring magical, life-sized horse puppets, ... (more)

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Wed Jul 30, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

Restaurants get set for Food Day Canada

Anita Stewart is putting a nationwide spotlight on Canadian cuisine in an annual event that celebrates the country's bounty.

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Tue Jul 29, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

Nova Scotia vintner toasts U.S. competition prize

Nova Scotia's Devonian Coast Wineries has won a Chairman's Trophy Award at the recent Ultimate Wine Challenge in Westchester County, N.Y. Mercator Lat 45A took top prize in the competition's White Blends-North America category, ahead of wines from the United States and Ontario.

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The Chronicle Herald

War-based Wolfville lecture series features historian

The lecture series 1914: War Comes to Wolfville continues on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. at the Wolfville Legion Hall, 310 Main St. Local historian Barry Moody will speak on the effects of the First World War on Wolfville and the Annapolis Valley.

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The Winnipeg Free Press

Bus excursions visit four wineries in Nova Scotia's Annapolis Valley

Nova Scotia wineries, concentrated in the Annapolis Valley, have something that their bigger cousins in Ontario's Niagara Region and B.C.'s Okanagan Valley lack: seaside proximity.

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Nova News Now

New trail through Greenwich will connect Wolfville and New Minas

Kings County council announced plans July 29 to construct a trail between Cherry Lane in Wolfville and Lockhart Ryan Park in New Minas.

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Nova News Now

Kings County art scene July 29

Jamie Konchak as Dustbowl Joan. Two Planks & a Passion Theatre's summer season runs until Aug. 17 at Ross Creek, near Canning.

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Mon Jul 28, 2014

Nova News Now

Cooking Smart with Chef Dave Smart: Steamed mussels a Maritime treat

Chef Dave Smart is the chef at Front and Central restaurant in Wolfville and author of the Cooking Smart column in the Kings County Advertiser and Register.

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Sat Jul 26, 2014

Nova News Now

Kings County fire report July 29

There were minor injuries as a result. One person was transported to hospital for observation and then released.

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Fri Jul 25, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

How I founded my own private school

Johanna Mercer gives her son Will a hug. "My son runs into school each morning to share his latest research with his teachers and classmates.

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Thu Jul 24, 2014

Cape Breton Post

Hot dogs

Slow-roasted alive. It's a grim image, but that's essentially what happens to a dog - or almost any other animal - left alone in a sweltering vehicle.

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Nova News Now

Kings County art scene July 24

The Greenwood Players welcome all interested thespians or "would like to be's" to attend open auditions for the fall production of Miracle on 34th Street.

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Wed Jul 23, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

Dal prof exults in 'living laboratory'

Jeff Morton stands in the courtyard of the rock garden at Dalhousie University's agricultural campus in Bible Hill.

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Thursday July 24th on The Morning News

North America's largest cycling series is coming to nova scotia. The annual MS Bike Tour happens this weekend, featuring hundreds of cyclists riding from Windsor to Wolfville.

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Tue Jul 22, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

Post-Ivany sound and Furey signifying nothing

When Municipal Affairs Minister Mark Furey "toured Kings County in June and met with the municipalities, including our citizens' group, he told us it will take 20 years for municipal reform," writes Gordon Lummis.

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Nova News Now

Horton student says summer co-op a 'wonderful experience'

James Corkum, who will be in Grade 12 this fall, is working with Dexter Construction in Wolfville this summer as part of the summer co-op program.

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Nova News Now

Kings County Art Scene July 22

Genevieive Killian created art out of old pop cans and installed her sculptural piece, What was Left Behind, at the beach at Scott's Bay back in June.

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Dalhousie News

Where have all the swallows gone?

Extinction: the permanent loss of a species. It is deeply troubling - and scientists and birdwatchers are ringing the alarm about a bird species that only a few decades ago was widespread and very common.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

The Chronicle Herald

The organic ordeal: Cultivating without chemicals takes patience

Al Stewart of Stewart Organic Farm shown behind some leafy green from a row of swis chard near.

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Related Topix: Life, Food, Organic Food, Canada, Agriculture, Science, Vegetables

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