KENTVILLE, N.S. – A Kentville-based women’s shelter has announced it will break ground in 2019 on a new building designed with adaptable capacity and a hub for community services. More»
Jenny Osburn serving up healthy food in schools talk in Kentville – Kings County Advertiser RegisterPosted on November 27, 2018
KENTVILLE, N.S. – Jenny Osburn, Select Nova Scotia’s 2011 Local Food Hero, signed on to give a talk Nov. 27 at the Kings County Museum about her passion – getting healthy, nourishing, local food in our schools.
TAKE NOTICE that the Council of the Town of Kentville on Wednesday November 21, 2018 at 6:00 P.M. in the Council Chambers, 354 Main Street, Kentville Nova Scotia, will hold a PUBLIC HEARING on Councils intention to: More»
The Government of Nova Scotia has released two documents outlining plans for working toward a more inclusive, equitable province. More»
With the strange appearances happening through the valley area over the last month or so, and it being the 60th anniversary of the horrible incident that happened here in Kentville back in 1958, officials will be holding tours of the location that housed the original B.A. Fraid Toy Company throughout the month of October. More»
The Town of Kentville is excited to announce the addition of Ashley Alders to our staff family! Ashley is the new Communications and Resource Coordinator for the Parks and Recreation Department. Ashley comes to us with a strong background in customer service, administrative support work, and project management. The Town of Kentville is very pleased to be able to officially welcome Ashley to the Kentville Staff Team! More»
Annapolis Valley residents will be encouraged to lace up their sneakers or ride their bicycles through activities supported by the province’s sustainable transportation grant program, Connect2. More»
KENTVILLE, NS – There’s always time to play.
The Kentville Parks and Recreation Department hosted an evening of play for families and members of the community on National Play Day, Aug. 1. More»
Do you have a property you just KNOW would be awesome in a feature film, a movie of the week, or TV series?
Screen Nova Scotia – the provincial film commission and industry association in the province – has recently launched what’s known as the Starring Your Property program, and are looking to take advantage of some of the beautiful locations that the Province of Nova Scotia has to offer. More»