We are excited to announce that we have relocated to the Lakeside Community Centre! Our new address is:
Lakeside Community Centre
c/o Recreation Nova Scotia
1492 St Margaret’s Bay Rd, Lakeside, N.S.
Rhonda Lemire: firstname.lastname@example.org, ext 1
Janet Barlow: email@example.com, ext 2
Debbie Bauld: firstname.lastname@example.org, ext 3
Colleen MacDonald: email@example.com, ext 0
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from everyone here at RNS! We hope you have a safe and wonderful holiday season! – Rhonda, Debbie, Colleen, Janet and Christa. Click Here to Watch Our Christmas Card!
2017 Maritime Fundraising Conference, AFP Nova Scotia Chapter and TELUS are pleased to offer additional conference bursaries. The Maritime Fundraising Conference is a chance to offer cutting edge professional development for staff working in the non-profit sector. Join leaders in philanthropy, communications and strategic development as we bring amazing professional development into our own backyard. Applications…
It’s the final week to vote your sports and physical activities onto the ParticipACTION 150 Play List: Voting closes December 9th. Spread the word to your membership! Individuals can vote every day leading up to the deadline. VOTE NOW Here are some ideas to help you make one last push for your sports or physical activities to…
The Nature Playbook, from the Canadian Parks Council, is a strategy to connect young people with Nature in Canada. It is meant to guide and inspire actions that all Canadians can take to connect a new generation with Nature. Pick up the Playbook. Plan your Plays. Make a difference.
CPRA PDC is the country’s only national training program tailored to recreation and parks practitioners. The certification phase includes the completion of two online courses, and a knowledge presentation in front of a panel of judges. Lori Mambella heard about the program as a member of Parks and Recreation Ontario (PRO), and as a firm…
Parent & Child classes for Conductive Education, a rehabilitation program designed to help children who may be missing their major milestones. The professionals who facilitate the classes – called conductors – work with parents and children to provide support, knowledge and empowerment to develop skills for everyday living. Parents will learn how to continue to facilitate gross and…
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