HARBOURVILLE RESTORATION SOCIETY
H.R.S. P.O. Box 854, Berwick, NS B0P 1E0
The Harbourville Restoration Society will work for sustainable social and economic growth in Harbourville while remaining true to the values and traditions that define our community.
Harbourville Festival by the Bay August 5, 2000
Plan to come to the harbour for a day of family fun!
- info booth under the big tent
history, wharf restoration information, genealogy, 50/50 draw, raffle for a "big" lobster, t-shirt sales, tickets for draw on a Harbourville print
- live music 1pm-5pm suggested donation $2
Rural Delivery, Cuckoo Moon, Three Point Turn, Don Osburn
- icecream sundaes, canteen, facepainting
- Bingo outside the Hall
- tea and photo opportunity on Helen Lentons deck
- Fishing Hole and dory rides at high tide for the children
- Fishermens Contests: boat race and scallop shucking
- Chowder Supper at the Hall 4:30-6:00 $7
Brandys, McBride, Richardson have been selected to make detailed plans for the restoration of the west and east wharves and the slipway.
The proposed slipway is for everyones use.
Submit your entry in a contest to design a Harbourville Restoration Society logo.
Once again the hall was filled with merchandise and enthusiastic participants seeking wonderful treasures and bargains. Few were disappointed! The auction raised $2800 and a good time was had by all. Thank you to the many people who helped this event happen.
We welcome Alice McNeil as our summer student. Alice runs a Youth Group for 5-12 year-olds 1-3p.m. Wednesdays at the Hall. Encourage children to participate in the summer activities.
If you have suggestions for community projects call Ted McCreadie 538-0731.
A request is being made to have a "Children At Play" sign posted on the road by the west wharf. "No Littering" signs have also been suggested for the roads around the harbour.
A Gospel Celebration will be held at Harbourville Church August 13 at 7:00 p.m. This is an interdenominational event. Taking part in the gathering are Everyday People, Charismaniacs, The Monday Night Singers, Wavy Brace and Rosemary Mappleback. A free will collection will be taken.
Tai Chi classes take place at the Hall Wednesday evenings at 7:00
The Baywiew Garden Club, made up of local community green thumbs, meets at the Hall the third Wednesday each month. On August 12 there will be a workshop on "Herbal Vinegars" at Stepping Stone Farm. Suggest contribution is $2. Bring your own special bottle for vinegar if you have one. Jann Shute 538-3999.
The Seniors meet at the Hall every Tuesday from 1:30-4:00 for cards, tea and coffee.
Harbourville United was full for its 140th Anniversary Service on June 18. This was part of the local celebration of The United Church of Canadas 75th anniversary.
Jenny Mahar requests that those who promised supplies for the chowder supper drop them off at her place or at Alice Bezansons by August 4.
Please contact The Harbourville Restoration Society if you wish to receive High Tidings at an address outside the delivery route. A donation to cover mailing costs would be appreciated.
Alweather Windows in Berwick has graciously offered to help with the printing of High Tidings.
Summer with its many activities is in full swing. We wish everyone a happy, healthy time with plenty of sunshine and enough rain. Please join in some of our activities.
The next directors meeting is at the Hall on August 8 at 7 p.m. All are welcome.