“For Your Entertaiment” at Indian Brook Firehall

Last night,  a large crowd gathered at Indian Brook firehall to learn about wellness and cultural activities offered by members of this vibrant community.  As it turns out, it was also an opportuntiy to begin celebrating the Community Spirit Award that the St.Ann’s Bay community recently received.

Presented by Carol Kennedy and Nia, the audience was invited to learn about, and in some cases, participate in activities that ranged from Nia, Tai Chi, Yoga (including Laughing Yoga) to Step Dancing, Zumba, Qi Gong and Stepdancing.  As one octogenarian put it: [ doing the Qi Gong] “made me feel SO GOOD!”

Ashley MacInnes talked about the activities of the Youth Group; a call for new Saturday Morning walks went out; and  the  “I love Japan” buttons fundraiser received a boost —  all in the great spirit of this vibrant community.

Many people expressed delight in how the event pulled everyone together.  One participant extressed it in this way: “Without hesitation I can say that the series of chats and activities and demonstrations were a delight. So… thank you to all for your demonstrations.”

Makes me glad to be living in this community…it’s a fertile ground also for the upcoming Good Health Festival fundraising Event in early July – more information to come.



  1. Eleanor says

    I have searched and finally found your web site. My husband and I are staying at a farm house in Indian Brook.. Aug. 27th to Sept. 3rd..at Matheson House. We would very, very much like to enjoy local events. Could you help?
    Is anything on that week at the Fire hall, or anywhere else, close by.
    Any help would be appreciated.
    Eleanor Near Niagara Falls

  2. says

    Hello Eleanor near Niagara Falls,

    Your timing is great, arriving on August 27th.

    Saturday, August 27th is the day we’re having the Good Health Festival (Well-being through Adventure).
    It is to raise money for Breast Cancer Action…

    There will be a concert of local musicans, including Heartwoodslacks (guitars, banjo, stand up bass, drums…possibly fiddle…singing; native Mi’kmaq welcome ceremony, hiking, yolo boarding and kayaking, qi gong and nia…and more. Sign up for our newsletter on website if you haven’t already, email and call us to
    stay up to date on local events…Thanks, Eleanor…Cheers, Paul

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