News & Events


Yoga in the Park

Posted on July 4, 2016

Yoga in the Park is a free outdoor class in Oakdene Park, every Wednesday from June 25 to August 24, from 5:30 to 6:30. We have moved a couple of the classes from this outdoor location, thinking that there would be rain, but the rain did not come. We apologize for the inconvenience. From now on, the class will run rain or shine, unless there is thunder and lightning around 5pm. The Thunder and Lightning location will be at the Recreation Centre at Town Hall (354 Main Street). More»

Kentville looking for Terry Fox Run Volunteers

Posted on June 7, 2016

The Terry Fox Run, an all-inclusive, family-oriented activity, has become a fall tradition in Canada.  As a volunteer-driven organization, we need volunteers to be creative, enthusiastic, individuals who possess exceptional leadership qualities and have the ability to motivate and mobilize a volunteer team.  More»

Free Yoga Classes in Oakdene Park, Starting June 8

Posted on June 1, 2016

The Town of Kentville is pleased to offer Yoga in the Park this summer at Oakdene Park, starting June 8.  Kentville is planning many exciting indoor and outdoor events for youth, families and seniors this summer, and this is the first event after Apple Blossom Festival that usher in the summer season. More»

Red Ticket Ice Sale!

Posted on January 6, 2016

We’re having a Red Ticket ice sale in December and January at the Kentville Centennial Arena! We’re slashing our prices on ice time that has not been booked (up to 48 hours before the allotted time). To see all of the available ice times check out More»

Kentville Bike Week

Posted on June 13, 2015

June 13th-21st 2015

Bike Weeks are hosted annually across Nova Scotia to promote cycling as an affordable, healthy, efficient, and fun part of community life! This year, the Kentville Parks and Recreation Department is celebrating cycling by organizing a week full of free recreational, educational and community activities. More»

Landscape Changing at Kentville Memorial Pool

Posted on June 12, 2015

Kentville Recreation is working towards making Memorial Pool more physically accessible and safe!  The kiddie pool in front of the main pool has been removed to make way for additional parking, including a number of accessible parking spaces.  In addition, More»