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Public Facilities Database

The Kings CED Agency has created a Public Facilities Database for Kings County. The database is a comprehensive list of public facilities in Kings County. Whether you are looking to host an event, searching for accommodations or finding sporting facilities in the area, the database will give you the information you require.

Visit www.kingsced.ns.ca to access the Public Facilities Database.

For more information, contact Mark Eastman, Administrative Assistant, by phone at 678-2298 or via e-mail at meastman@kingsced.ns.ca.

Kings CED Agency Newsletter

The Kings CED Agency has recently completed its first quarterly newsletter. The newsletter, entitled “High Tide, Keeping You Current”, is full of information about Kings CED Agency projects and initiatives. It provides a great snapshot and update of what the Kings CED Agency is working on, including beautiful pictures of Kings County.

If you would like a copy of the newsletter, contact the Kings CED Agency. The newsletter is also available online on the Kings CED Agency’s website at www.kingsced.ns.ca.

For more information, contact Mark Eastman, Administrative Assistant, by phone at 678-2298 or via e-mail at meastman@kingsced.ns.ca.

Farmers Market and Centre Square Movie Nights

Kentville Farmers’ Market is returning to Centre Square July 2 and will run every Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. until Oct. 1. New additions this year include live music, seating and children’s art.

As always, you will be able to find delicious local and organic produce and meats, arts, crafts and jewelry by local artisans, prepared foods and much more.

Centre Square Movie Nights is Kentville’s new open-air cinema and will take place July 4 with a showing of The Spiderwick Chronicles and Bee Movie Aug. 8. Gates open at 8 p.m. with the show starting at 9 p.m. or dusk.

Bring lawn chairs and blankets for seating. Kentville Parks and Recreation will be providing an onsite canteen with a BBQ, snacks and cold drinks!

Admission is free, but don’t forget your donations for the local food bank!

Information is provided by your regional development authority, the Kings Community Economic Development Agency. The Kings CED Agency is a non-profit society funded by public membership and grants from the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency, Nova Scotia Office of Economic Development, the Municipality of the County of Kings, Nova Scotia Department of Community Services, and the Towns of Kentville, Wolfville and Berwick. Our motto is: “Together Making Kings County a Better Place to Live.” For more info call 678-2298, or visit www.kingsced.ns.ca, or 35 Webster Street, Kentville.

Organizations: Kings CED Agency, Public Facilities Database, Kings Community Economic Development Agency Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Nova Scotia Office of Economic Development Nova Scotia Department of Community Services

Geographic location: Kings, Kentville, 35 Webster Street

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