Shelburne County library events
Barrington Municipal Library (Barrington Passage)
3588 Highway 3, Barrington Passage, 637-3348, email@example.com
Holiday Photo Booth
Nov. 25 through Dec. 23 during open hours
Create lighthearted holiday photos in the library “photo booth,” using library props and backdrop. Participants must bring their own cameras.
Healthy Lifestyle Choices
Thursday, Nov. 27, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Sobeys Community Room Coordinator Jennifer Bell will lead a presentation on healthy food choices available at local grocery stores. Register by Nov. 27.
Wednesday, Dec. 3, 6 p.m.
All ages can join us at the library for a performance by the Proclaiming Puppeteers and some Christmas fun.
Thursday, Dec. 4, 6 p.m.
Aspiring writers of all ages are invited to meet, share ideas and writing tips on the first Thursday of every month through December. This is a drop-in program.
Saturday, Dec. 6, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Drop in for a fun time with LEGO. Take a crack at the challenge or build something from your own imagination. The challenge is using LEGO to demonstrate your favourite holiday tradition. This program is for ages four and up.
Thursday, Dec. 11, 6:30 p.m.
This program of songs, rhymes and stories is for children six and under and caregivers. Children can wear their PJs and bring their favourite toy or blanket for some early literacy fun!
Clark’s Harbour Library
2648 Main St., Clark’s Harbour, 745-2885, firstname.lastname@example.org
Christmas Story Time
Shelburne County was well represented at the Taste of Nova Scotia Prestige Awards on Nov. 25 in Halifax.
During the annual ceremony, The Restaurant of the Year award was presented to the Lobster Shack in Barrington Passage and Cora Beck of Charlotte Lane was chosen as Server of the Year.
The event celebrates excellence in the culinary industry and recognizes producers and restaurants that provide exceptional culinary experiences.
Winners, from consumer and industry nominations, were announced during the annual Tourism Industry Association of Nova Scotia’s (TIANS) Tourism Summit.
“It was the most amazing moment when we became Taste of Nova Scotia members and even more so when we won this award,” says Nichole Hopkins, owner of The Lobster Shack in Barrington Passage. “We are the lobster capital of the world…for us it’s so important to showcase our local product. We give fresh local product back to the community and Taste of Nova Scotia gives us the voice to do that.”
Taste of Nova Scotia Prestige Awards for 2014 were presented in the following categories:
Innovative Product of the Year
Olde Port of Halifax, Tideview Cider (Annapolis Valley, NS)
Restaurant of the Year – Chef Inspired Fine Dining
Fleur de Sel (Lunenburg, NS)
Restaurant of the Year – Chef Inspired Casual Dining Brooklyn Warehouse (Halifax, NS)
Restaurant of the Year – Essence of Nova Scotia Lobster Shack (Barrington Passage, NS)
Producer of the Year