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Cumberland County community listings for the weekend

Plenty to see and do in Cumberland County during the weekend of July 26 to 27.

Plenty to see and do in Cumberland County during the weekend of July 26 to 27.

July 26

Introduction to the Night Sky

8:30 p.m. at the Carriage House Factory Museum, 19 Church St., Middle Sackville, led by Dr. Catherine Lovekin, professor of astronomy at Mount Allison University. Free admission.

Masonic Breakfast

7:30 to 10:30 a.m. at the Amherst Masonic Lodget, 20 Lawrence St., Amherst. Eggs (your choice), bacon or sausage. Hashbrowns, toast, orange juice, tea and coffee.

July 27

Pictures by the Shore

7:30 p.m at Tidnish Community Hall featuring Ventus Machina woodwind quintet. Works by Mozart, Mussorgsky, Mozetich, Gibson and Miller.


1 p.m. registration, play begins at 1:30 p.m. at the Amherst 50+ Club, 52 Croft St., Amherst. Please bring a partner.

Band Day at Hill Memorial Bandstand

12 to 5 p.m. with food at noon and music beginning at 1 p.m. Art in the Park returns by popular demand and there’ll be tickets on a quilt and 25 pounds of lobster. Memberships available as well.

Cumberland Geneaology Society Meeting

2 p.m. at the Ottawa House Museum, Parrsboro, with a guest speaker.

Service at Warren Baptist Church

7:30 p.m. featuring speaker Rev. Reg Harrison. Music by Kevin Dupuis and Marie Osborne.

Service at King Seaman Church

3 p.m. at King Seaman Universalist Church, 5508 Barronsfield Rd, Minudie, with Rev. Lynda MacCulloch and organist Jim Scopie. Reception to follow at Minudie Community Hall.

Organizations: Carriage House Factory Museum, Mount Allison University, Ottawa House Museum

Geographic location: Amherst, Cumberland County, Middle Sackville

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  • annoyed
    July 26, 2014 - 08:53

    Let's compare this to other smaller towns and see what they are offering people.. ..

    • Hmmmm....
      July 27, 2014 - 07:00

      Maybe you should take over organizing town events, then there would be all kinds of things to do.