A site featuring information about the Municipality
of the District of Chester -
Below a list of updated materials for the week of
Septemnner 11 , 2017
Canada’s 150th Celebration Event Listings You need to begin to plan your event so that it can be included in a listing of the year’s events to be circulated to all residents and posted on the web. To find out more or to list your event - sooner than later- This celebration lasts until the end of December so be sure to list your fall events as soon as you have the information. email email@example.com , phone 902-275-3826 or Kathryn Gamache at firstname.lastname@example.org , phone 902-857-1133reVISION Municipal Plan Review.For information email: email@example.com or www.chester.ca/revision or phone 902-275-2599 (added August 22)Information about things to see in Nova ScotiaInk and Oyster Publishing Company - A personal history publishing company in the Annapolis Valley , we create heirloom books for those who desire to share their life stories or desire to have a parent’s life story put in print. (added October 12)Forman Hawboldt - Inventor and Entrepreneur -Virtual Museum of Canada (added April 25)Cyber bullying and safety for students and others ; Internet Safety for children (Added April 11)Chester Artisans - A listing of the artists and artisans in the municipality of Chester - new section “Artists of the Past” and “Inspired by Chester” Burning Permits no longer needed - first check municipal bye laws then Nova Scotia Burn Safe or call 1-855-564-2876 Oak Island Display -Tales and stories and pictures about Oak Island; New sections added to the Scribes section of the web site. There is also a display at the Atlantica Oak Island in Western Shore The Explore Oak Island display at the Chester Train Station is open for the season. OPEN FOR THE SEASON - More information call 902-275-3718 (added May 29)Oak Island Centre open to the public from 10 - 5 each day throughout the summer. Displays, guides, gift shop - admission free, open to all. Crandall Road off of Route #3 (added June 26) - NOTE all tours both private and public are sold out for 2017Check the "Friends of Oak Island" site for information and updates Community Wheels Sandra Meister -Coordinator of “Community Wheels” Trips are also planned outside the area so check to find out where and when 23 Collicutt Road, PO Box 187, Chester, Nova Scotia B0J 1J0 Phone: (902) 275-5585 0r Fax: (902) 275-2249 Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgChester Visitor Information Center - Open for the season - 902-275-4616 - free wi-fi siteNew displays at the Chester Train Station (the Visitor Information Center)feature: Gold Mining, A Community in the Making and Railway Memories Lordly House Museum site - - Open for the season Tuesday to Saturday 1 PM - 4:00 PM beginning September 5th. Closing for the season September 15th. Information or to book a tour - 902-275-3842 or 902- 275-2030 (added June19)
learn how to do it, share ideas. Enjoy a glass of iced
tea or lemonade. Free of charge. (added
Parts of our museum holdings are now on line at Nova Muse.Click here to view the items. Lordly House Computer Access Site Open for the season Tuesday - Saturday from 1 PM - 4 PM Closing for the season September 15th . Information: 902-275-3842 or 902-275- 2030 . This is an open Wi-Fi site. Providing access for the general public to the Internet. (added June 19)Chester Municipal Heritage Page - Next regular meeting second Tuesday in the month at 7:00 PM at Lordly House, 133 Central StreetFarmer’s Market Open for the season every Friday from 10 -2 at the Chester Train StationMore information (added May 29)Municipality of Chester - Council Meeting Minutes etc.; Municipal Recreation Commission Chester Recreation Fall Program Brochure- registration and information (coming soon7)Village of Chester - information about the village of Chester. We hold regular monthly meetings every second Wednesday of the month at 7:00pm at our office located at 27 Pleasant St (corner of Pleasant and King). A public forum will be held on the fourth Wednesday of the month for residents to present ideas and problems encountered, at our offices 7:00 -9:00 PM. The first and thrid Wednesdays of the month are Committee of the Whole (COW) meetings. The public is encouraged to attend. Phone 902-275-4482; email is email@example.com (added April 11)Zoe Valle Library - Information and hoursLinks with information on aging and improving the quality of life for seniors Want information about making a costume for a 250th celebration? Check this out. Information specifically about social media safety!