What’s going on this Remembrance Day!

Veterans Affairs says the following events are taking place:
‘Til We Meet Again musical concert
November 10, 2018
14:00 – 15:30
An afternoon of music for those who want to stroll down memory lane with war-time favorites as well as some of today’s best songs. This wonderful concert is in partnership with the Army Reserve 36 Canadian Brigade Group Band and the QEII Foundtation.  We are pleased once again to also partner with our partners the Halifax Regional Public Libraries. The 17th annual “Til We Meet Again Concert is in support of the Camp Hill Veterans’ Memorial Garden.  The Garden is a beautiful outdoor sanctuary for the Veterans’ who live at the Camp Hill and their families.  Fully enclosed and wheelchair accessible, the Garden is a safe haven where Veterans’ can gather with family, friends and members of our community to enjoy the beauty of nature. We hope you can join us for this wonderful afternoon concert!
Central Halifax Library – Paul O’Regan Hall
5440 Spring Garden Road
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Remembrance Day
November 11, 2018
10:30 – 11:45The Nova Scotia/Nunavut Provincial Command of the Royal Canadian Legion cordially invite you to attend the November 11th, 2018 Remembrance Day service at Halifax Grand Parade.
Parade will beginning at approximately 1030am
Halifax Grand Parade
1770 Barrington Street
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Annual Remembrance Day Parade and Commemoration Ceremony at the Sailors’ Memorial
November 11, 2018
10:30 – 12:00
Every year, HMCS SCOTIAN holds a public Remembrance Day ceremony at the Sailor’s Memorial in Point Pleasant Park, Halifax, NS, wherein attendees are invited to pay tribute to, and honour the memory of, Canadians who have served their country in times of war.
Point Pleasant Park
5530 Point Pleasant Drive
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Before the Leaves Turn
Musical / Theatrical Tribute
November 11, 2018
Reserve your seat to confirm your attendance: https://beforetheleavesturn.eventbrite.ca Before the Leaves Turn, by Jamie Bradley (KAMP: the musical) is set in a small town inspired by Sackville, New Brunswick during the span of the First World War. Presented by three actors, this reading will introduce the audience to two families who are experiencing the highs and lows of these difficult years. Touching, poignant and funny, the charming script tells the story of those “left at home,” and the characters will inspire audiences with their courage and humanity in the face of terrible uncertainty. Before the Leaves Turn was originally produced in New Brunswick, completed a successful tour through Nova Scotia in 2016 and has been a hit with people of all ages, from children to seniors and veterans. This Remembrance Day, in partnership with Kick at the Dark Theatre Company, commemorate the day by taking in this special reading at the Museum. Cost included with Museum admission. Coût compris avec l’entrée au Musée. Presented in English.
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
1055 Marginal Road
Halifax, Nova Scotia

Bells of Peace
Commemorative Ceremony
November 11, 2018
At sundown on November 11, 2018 join St. Mark’s Anglican Church in a commemorative bell ringing ceremony to mark the 100th anniversary of the Armistice. Bells of Peace marks the occasion 100 years ago, when bells across Canada and around the world rang out to share the news: the Great War was over. As the sun goes down, bells will ring 100 times in communities across the country to honour the sarifices of Canadians who served in the 1914-1918 War, and to remember the cost of war, its impact on communities, and the promise of peace which generations of men and women have pursued in their service with our armed forces. The Royal Canadian Legion, in partnership with the Government of Canada, developed the Bells of Peace initiative. Learn more at legion.ca/bellsofpeace This event is open to the public and is free of charge.
St. Mark’s Anglican Church
5522 Russell St
Halifax, Nova Scotia

ALSO at 17:00
Beacon United Church
25 Beacon St
Yarmouth, Nova Scotia

AND at 16:30
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church
3 Queen St
Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia

21 Gun Salute at the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site
November 11th, 2018
Halifax Citadel National Historic Site, Halifax
Both the museum and the site are open to the public with FREE admission from 10am – 3pm.

Remembrance Day Ceremony at Sullivan’s Pond
November 11th, 2018
Sullivan’s Pond Gazebo, Dartmouth

Hammonds Plains – Lucasville Remembrance Day Ceremony
November, 11th, 2018
Cenotaph in Uplands Park, 2 Crestfield Drive, Hammonds Plains

Bedford Remembrance Day Ceremony
November, 11th, 2018
Fish Hatchery Park, Bedford

Sackville Remembrance Day Ceremony and Parade
November, 11th, 2018
Halifax Transit Terminal to Sackville Cenotaph on Memory Lane

Remembrance Day Ceremony in Cole Harbour
November 11
Expect a fly-past by a Sea King helicopter from 12 Wing, Shearwater at 11:09AM
Cole Harbour Place
51 Forest Hills Parkway

Remembrance Day Ceremony in Sackville – Knights of Columbus
Remembrance Day Ceremony
November 11
All welcome to join the 4 Degree to march down to the cenotaph. Gathering in the metro bus parking lot at 10:15AM
5 Sackville Drive

Remembrance Day Ceremony in Waverley
Royal Canadian Legion, Dieppe Branch 90 says the event will go as follows:
Remembrance Day Ceremony
November 11th
Procession and ceremony
2234 Rocky Lake Dr
Cenotaph at the Royal Canadian Legion, Dieppe Branch 90

Remembrance Day Ceremony in Eastern Passage
Remembrance Day Ceremony
November 11
Expect a fly-past by a Sea King helicopter from 12 Wing, Shearwater at 11:10 a.m.
1341 Main Road
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 164

NSLC says all NSLC stores will be closed Sunday, November 11th in honour of Remembrance Day. Stores will resume regular hours of operation on Monday, November 12th.
Mic Mac Mall says it’s closed Sunday
Halifax Shopping Centre says it’s closed Sunday.

Municipal services on Remembrance Day
The Halifax Regional Municipality is advising residents of the following municipal service levels in effect on Remembrance Day, Sunday, Nov. 11 and Monday, Nov. 12

Solid Waste Collection and Facility Hours: There will be no change to garbage, organics or recyclables collection services due to the Remembrance Day holiday. Collection services will occur as usual on Monday, Nov. 12. Collection services can begin as early as 7 a.m. To ensure collection please place materials curbside the evening prior to collection day.
The Otter Lake Waste Management Facility will be open regular hours on Saturday, Nov. 10 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The Household Special Waste Depot will be closed on Saturday, Nov. 10, but will be open on Saturday, Nov. 17 and Saturday, Nov. 24 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Halifax Transit Bus and Ferry Services: Halifax Transit buses and ferries will be operating on holiday service on Remembrance Day, Sunday, Nov. 11.
For detailed holiday schedules by individual route, CLICK HERE www.halifax.ca/transit/Schedules/index.php . Please also note that veterans and military personnel, and accompanying family members, will be offered free transit on Remembrance Day.

Recreation Facilities, Programs and Services: Many municipally-operated recreation facilities will be closed on Remembrance Day, Sunday, Nov. 11 and Monday, Nov. 12. Please contact your individual facility in advance to confirm operating hours.

Customer Contact Centres: The 311 Contact Centre will be operating on regular hours, 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Remembrance Day, Sunday, Nov. 11. The five Customer Service Centres that provide in-person access to municipal services and payments will be closed on Monday, Nov. 12 but the 311 Contact Centre will be operating on regular hours, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

The municipality encourages residents to take a moment on Nov. 11 to remember those who have served, and continue to serve our country during times of war, conflict and peace.

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