- All library branches are open for in-person services. Curbside Pick-up is available. Book Drops are open. Face masks must be worn when you visit the Library. Food and drink is not permitted at the Library until further notice. Please feel free to call, or Ask the Library phone service at 902-490-5753 for general inquiries.
- March 31st to April 25th – Intuitive Considerations by Robert E. Williams – The Craig Main Gallery. For more info visit https://www.alderneylanding.com/events/r-e-williams-intuitive-considerations
- Friday, April 9th and 10th – Petites Danses – Mocean Dance – Petites danses is the creation of multi-faceted, multi-award-winner, Marie-Josee Chartier. The program is a riveting collection of short stories in motion that dig deep at the heart of human relationships. Tickets are $20 + tax. All covid protocols being followed. For more info visit www.alderneylanding.com/events/petites-danses
- Friday, April 16th and 17th – Uprising – Maritime Dance Academy. Tickets are $22 for adults + tax and $20 for children + tax. For more information, please visit www.alderneylanding.com/events/uprising/
- Friday, April 23rd and 24th – Love Local Market – There is no better time than right NOW to support local! Spread the love in the heart of downtown Halifax at the Halifax Convention Centre! What can you expect? 50 local Artisans and food vendors, there will be something for everyone! All Covid-19 safety protocols will be strictly enforced, with a high commitment to safety. This is a 2-day market from 2 PM – 8PM. Free Admission! Interested in being a vendor? Apply: www.sparklesnsawdust.com Deadline: April 9th at midnight. Follow them on Instagram: @sparklesnsawdustmarkets
Updated Covid Rules as of March, 2021
- New Brunswick Travel Caution – Avoid non-essential travel to the city of Edmundston and surrounding communities in New Brunswick as a result of increased cases of COVID-19 in that area.
- Restaurants can only serve dine-in customers until 11pm and must close by 12am. Restaurants can continue to offer take-out, delivery and drive-thru service after 12am.
- Households can have up to 10 visitors at their home (indoors and outdoors), in addition to the people who live there without social distancing. When your household goes into the community, your household can stay together outdoors without social distancing no matter how many people are in the household.
- Fitness establishments (like gyms and yoga studios) need to follow the Health Protection Act Order and their sector-specific plan, including operating at 75% capacity and maintaining a minimum physical distance of 2 meters (6 feet) between participants during activities (indoor and outdoor).
- Liquor licensed (drinking) establishments (like bars, wineries, distillery tasting rooms and craft taprooms) can only serve dine-in customers until 11pm and must close by 12am. Liquor licensed establishments can continue to offer take-out, delivery and drive-thru service after 12am.
- Tentative Atlantic Bubble for April 19th.
Rosie Loves Local – Pick of the Month – Pho Hoang Minh – Another one of my favourite local restaurants with excellent Vietnamese food, like pho, vermicelli, spring rolls and classic Canadian Chinese and always friendly service. For menu options check out www.phohoangminh.ca
Shameless Plug of the Month: Save the Date! Cole Harbour Woodside United Church (15 Bissett Road) is offering a hearty Roast Beef Take Out Dinner on Saturday May 1st, 2021! Each dinner is only $15.00 and must be pre-ordered and paid for by Monday April 26th. For more details and to reserve your meal, please call the church office at (902) 434-7714!
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