Herald Communities: Helping furry friends through carpentry

Helping furry friends HeraldWhether it’s a dog house for the SPCA or cat shelters for feral felines, high school students in HRM are busy creating something good for the community, and learning valuable skills along the way…

Helping furry friends through carpentry

Herald Communities: Barrier-free to forge new friendships, independence

Barrier-free to forge new friendships, independenceHenk van Leeuwen, president and CEO of Easter Seals says campers are able and comfortable to forge friendships and enjoy an incredible week of adventure at Camp Tidnish, a barrier-free camp on the scenic Tidnish River, near Amherst.

Barrier-free to forge new friendships, independence

“One of the biggest challenges is just getting over the pre-camp anxiety…but our staff is well trained and work with families,” says Patti Sampson, Camp Tidnish director

Behind the scenes peek at Halifax basketball: All for the love of the game

Herald eye on ball For two local MABO referees, it’s all about the love of the game and inspiring local youth.

From scorekeepers to the refs, all eyes on the ball during the fast-pace MBA 2014 play-offs.

 “It’s been a real eye-opener, you don’t know how hard it is until you do it,” Scorekeeper Dondrae Fells

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Pop out to Valentines-hot pop-up event in Hali

Desserts care of The Middle Spoon: Chocolate Torte with raspberry sauce and Aphrodite's Weakness, to make you weak in the knees
Desserts care of The Middle Spoon: Chocolate Torte with raspberry sauce and Aphrodite’s Weakness, to make you weak in the knees

Underground Halifax has created yet another unique pop-up event happening on Feb. 16th.

Foodies and music lovers can enjoy matching award-winning cocktails with locally sourced food, prepped by local chefs all to the tune of local blues by Charlie A’Court.

“It really brings lots of different fan bases together, where you’re treating the senses to a different form of entertainment,” Charlie A’Court.

Check out my article in today’s Community Herald.

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