Wolfville Farmers Market 2Go Online Store

WHAT – WFM2Go online store and weekly community delivery service designed to offer convenient access to fresh and local products. This is a year-round service starting with 15 vendors offering over 150  products. Customers can choose precisely the products they would like to order with this weekly service.

WHY – To build a robust local economy and healthy connected communities while increasing the sustainability of smaller producers.

WHO – Wolfville Farmers Market Vendors, community hubs, and you!

WHENOrdering Period: Wednesday 7pm ’til Monday 5pm

Pick-up Times: Wednesday Night

HOW – Visit:  WolfvilleFarmersMarket.ca/wfm2go and click on the links to the WFM2go Storefront where you can sign up now and get shopping as early  as June 28th!

August 2017 Special Events Lloyd Memorial Centre


For your summer entertainment, information, and nourishment, four Special Events have been arranged for the Lloyd Centre in August.   Mark your calendars! Join in, have fun with your neighbours, make new friends and reconnect with former ones.


Kingsport Community Association Second Annual Breakfast:

Saturday, August 12th: 8am – 10am

Everybody Welcome

Promoting Produce from our local farms:

Sausages, Bacon, Eggs, Toast; Pancakes with Syrup; Fresh Blueberries, Yogurt

Tea, Coffee, Orange Juice

Free Will Offering – In support of KCA a registered charity

Come and meet your neighbours over a delicious breakfast!

Appreciating the Art of Maud Lewis:

Wednesday, Aug. 23rd: 7-8:30 pm.

Do you have a Maud Lewis painting in your attic? You might want to check this out!

Alan Deacon is the go-to expert on Lewis’ art. He often authenticates her paintings for Canadian art galleries.

Maud Lewis’ art has been much in the public eye since the movie ”Maudie” was released this spring.

Alan will be available for questions & comments following his presentation. Free will offering.

An evening concert with Sarah Pound:

Thursday, August 31st, 7:30 to 9:30pm.  

A singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and music therapist, Sarah has been writing songs since her childhood. Enjoy an evening with Sarah; you’ll be inspired. Check out her Bio:ecma.com/members/sarah-pound . Follow her on Facebook.

Free will offering.


Other weekly events are still on going through the summer.

Fitness classes: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at 9 am

Gentle Yoga with Anne Finlay:Tuesday at 9:30am; Friday at 10:30am

Wednesday Hooking group: Wednesday at 10:30 am.

Jammers: Wednesday: 7-10 pm


Kingsport Community Association: Check out our website: www.kingsport.ca . The site has wonderful history and current events and also provides information about local businesses. To add items please submit info to vsimmons@eastlink.ca


The Lloyd Memorial Centre in Kingsport is available for rent. Perfect size for special events, parties, reunions, etc. For more information contact Liz Huyer: elizabeth.huyer@gmail.com or 902-698-2164.


Watch for more special events as we approach the H.O. Lloyd Memorial Centre’s 100th Birthday in November!


Kingsport Beach Sunrise & Sunset Yoga

Meditation Relaxation through Harp & Yoga with Harpist Johanne McInnis.

Dates: August 2nd, 5th, 9th, 12th and September 6th 2017.                                     Sunrise Yoga 11 am  Sunset Yoga 8:30 pm

Reservation/Info:  harpmeditationyogafest@oricom.ca & www.johannemcinnis.ca

Locations: There are two locations where we meet, either at Sunrise Yoga 11am or Sunset Yoga at 8:30pm, behind the Tide’s In or at the beach that is close to the little white church! See John in yellow vest and he will direct you on that day!

See you on the mat with an amazing view with inspiring ethereal sounds.

July Newsletter


 Gala Days and Canada 150 were celebrated one week apart in Kingsport during the month of June.  It is impossible to mention the names of all the organizers and volunteers that made these two weekends so successful but rest assured each individual contribution is greatly appreciated.

Race Against the Tide tripled in size this year from 18-57 runners!  Despite the drizzle of rain the runners appeared to really enjoy themselves especially the young students who gleefully turned summersaults in the mud after they crossed the finish line.  This event has the potential of turning into a major event.

The Chicken BBQ sold out; the Park Canteen did a brisk business, as did the Tide’s In Canteen particularly on Sunday night while the band Test of Time entertained the crowd before the fireworks display at dusk brought an end to the festivities.

The dreary weather did have an effect on the parade (which was small but an enthusiastic one) and on the children’s games as well.  Let’s hope for better weather next year.  Young and old enjoyed the gathering of small animals at the park as part of the 4-H demonstration.

People took pleasure in gathering at the hall for a chat over coffee and muffins.  On leaving many had at least one fresh baked goodie in their hand.  Two model train displays were of great interest as was the chance to have a tarot card reading.

The Kings County Concert Band offered rousing entertainment at the Emmanuel United Church while lovely harp music was played at the waterfront.

Gala Day Picture Albumn: http://kingsport.ca/photo_album/gala-day-2017/

Gala Day 2017 Web Page: http://kingsport.ca/gala-day-2017/

On July 1st Canada 150 was held inside the hall again due to rain but it was a spirited group who sang Oh Canada together.  Thanks to Donna Giffin and Sharon Howard for decorating the hall so brightly in red and white balloons and tablecloths and to Kelly Stevens for the cupcakes topped with red/white icing and little Canadian flags.  The cake decorated replicating the special Canada 150 flag was awesome!

Canada 150 Albumn: http://kingsport.ca/photo_album/canada-150-celebrations-in-kingsport/

With the warm weather I hope you are visiting the waterfront and the Tide’s In Canteen which is now open 11am-8pm.


May Newsletter 2017


With Kingsport showing signs of spring, community events are heating up as well.

The third Gala Day meeting will be held on Sunday May 7th starting at 1pm at the community hall.  Planning for a number of events is already on the way with volunteers stepping forward to lend a hand.  But as always, more volunteers are most welcome.  The very popular Bake Sale is definitely on as well as the Chicken BBQ, the community parade, the beach run and displays at the hall. A local 4-H group will also have a display. Information, updated as we get closer to the 24th of June, can be found on our website kingsport.ca.

Saturday, May 13th, 2017 is Beach Clean-up Day at the waterfront.   There was a great turnout last year resulting in a cleaner and more attractive beach area.  This year volunteers from the Valley Credit Union are donating their time to help with the clean-up.  If interested, please plan to meet at the waterfront around 9am armed with rakes, garbage bags, gloves and perhaps a grass snipper or two.  Coffee will be available and perhaps some muffins.

The Tide’s In Canteen is slated to open in the latter part of May.  There are two summer student positions available and resumes are now being accepted.  Please check the information on our website kingsport.ca

Have an idea how Kingsport as a community can celebrate Canada 150?  One community-minded resident has offered to create a large cake, with the official Canadian emblem that we can share. Another has suggested a “Picnic in the Park”. Perhaps we can combine these ideas and add others? Anyone interested in coordinating this? Send your ideas in an email to kcaoffice@xcountry.tv.

The KCA BOD will meet Monday May 15th @ 7pm.

The KCA General Meeting will be held on Thursday May 18th @ 7pm.


Kingsport Canteen Workers – Student Summer Positions

The Kingsport Community Association is currently accepting applications for two positions as Canteen Workers at the Kingsport Waterfront. We are looking for individuals who are mature and responsible, self-starters and customer service orientated.

The successful candidates will be required to perform a variety of duties in the following areas: food preparation, food service, food storage, complete and maintain canteen inventories, product orders, product merchandising, maintaining the general cleanliness of canteen and food service areas, and any other position related duties as assigned by their supervisor.

The successful candidate may also be required to maintain accurate cash handling and prepare daily deposits, along with being able to work a flexible schedule including weekends and evenings; this is a requirement for these positions.

Position 1: starting date: May 29th to September 1st, 2017 for 14 weeks

Position 2: July 1st to Sept 1st  , 2017 for 9 weeks.

Application Deadline: as soon as possible

Please Note:  To be eligible for these positions, you must be a full time student, returning to full time studies in the fall.

Resumes can be sent to: jjlyndall@hotmail.com and/or kcaoffice@xcountry.tv



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The community of Kingsport, as is the case with other communities large or small, depends on the contribution of volunteers in order to maintain and improve this community.  I have listed a number of committees along with the name of the present Chair if you wish to contact them and offer a donation of your time. New energy and new ideas are always welcome!


Board of Directors: Charlene MacLellan- President. An addition of 1 or 2 members would bring our board up to full membership

Waterfront Committee:  

Gala Day Committee:  See previous information re meeting

Building and Maintenance Committee:  present Chair Richard Foot



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At the January 23rd KCA monthly meeting the KCA BOD and Grants Committee received approval to proceed with an application for funding from the NS Community Facilities Improvement Program (CFIP).

The application process has begun; the deadline is February 28th, 2017.

The Program Goals, as stated in the Guidelines are:

The Community Facilities Improvement Program targets the following areas:

  • Improve and expand existing community facilities operated by not-for-profit organizations:
  • Improve the functionality and enhance sustainability of existing community facilities;
  • Celebrate culture, heritage, and diversity.

As you can see, if we are successful the funds will be used solely for the Lloyd Memorial Centre in Kingsport.  Some ideas were gathered at the last community meeting and will again be requested at the February community meeting. However, we still would like to have any other ideas from the residents of Kingsport and Medford as to what improvements and upgrades you would suggest.

Please send your ideas and suggestions to any of the following:

Charlene MacLellan: 902-582-3151; macbent339@gmail.com

Liz Huyer: 902-698-2164; elizabeth.huyer@gmail.com

Valerie Simmons: 902-233-3889; vsimmons@eastlink.ca

Merle MacDonald: 902-582-7279;  merle.macdonald@xcountry.tv

EMO Comfort Centre – Kingsport

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The EMO Comfort Center  is now operational.

Thanks to a Grant from EMO a new generator has been installed in the Lloyd Memorial Centre.  In times of emergency the EMO Centre will operate from 8am-8pm providing a warm place to spend the day, washroom facilities, a place to power up cell phones/ipads, food/drink, and friendly faces.

As our winter storms are becoming more severe, this is a welcome addition to services provided by Kingsport Community Association to residents of Kingsport and Medford.

Thanks to the volunteers who applied for this Grant and to the volunteers who built the cement pad and followed through with the installation. A job well done and greatly appreciated!