Monthly Archives: April 2018
Saturday, July 7, 2018 – 10:30 am
DeCoste Centre, Pictou, Nova Scotia
The Black Cultural Society / Centre of Nova Scotia
Cordially invite you to attend the:
Annual Memorial Commemoration
of the No. 2 Construction Battalion
Canada’s first and only all Black regiment in WWI
A community bus service, departing from the
Black Cultural Centre will also be available.
Space is limited, please call: 902-434-6223 to register.
The Black Culture Centre for Nova Scotia and African Nova Scotian Affairs we are pleased to introduce the Tri-Community Newsletter.
This project is to try and bring about a deeper understanding about what is going on in the communities of Lake Loon – Cherry Brook, North Preston and East Preston.
We think a newsletter of this type is a good way to share information, tell OUR stories and be a way for us to start talking among ourselves.
The next addition will come out the first week of June and will be available at various locations listed below as well as online at communitynews.bccnsweb.com.
We are asking you to please share information or a story idea with Miranda Cain at 902-809-4164 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We really want this newsletter to be of the people and by the people, and with your support we hope that this can be an important tool for sharing information between the communities. It is also our desire that this project be a model for similar newsletters in other African Nova Scotian communities in the province.
Thank you for helping us with this project and enjoy the newsletter.
Community Pickup Locations:
Lake Loon / Cherry Brook
Cherry Brook United Baptist Church
New Beginnings Ministries
Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia
East Preston Recreation Centre
East Preston United Baptist Church
East Preston Family Resource Centre
North Preston Recreation Centre
St. Thomas United Baptist Church
2018 Rev. Dr. William Pearly Oliver Night of Honour
Call For Nominations
The Rev. Dr. William Pearly Oliver Night of Honour is hosted by the Black Cultural Society of Nova Scotia at the Black Cultural Centre in commemoration of founding member Rev. Dr. W.P. Oliver, who exemplified dedicated and outstanding community leadership. In recognition of his legacy members of the Society are invited to nominate person (s) for consideration of this award. Since its inception the Wall of Honour has inducted over 135 deserving inductees. This year we have updated the nomination process to present seven awards representing the seven regions of the province. In addition we are also pleased to launch an annual youth category:”Inspired Youth Award”
The deadline for nominations is May 25, 2018
Nomination forms can be downloaded.
For further information contact:
The Black Cultural Centre
Tel: (902) 434-6223 or Toll Free 1-800-465-0767