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No worries about snow days! March Break in Nova Scotia is a go!
We still have space in our fabulous March Break Camps (March 16-20):
Despite the school snow days, March Break is staying programs are starting to book up!
Get your kids into the awesome full day programs (shuttle bus available) for ages 5-16, with incredible instructors, a gorgeous setting and a wonderful experience. Our camp counsellors are all getting ready to welcome your family for programs in art, theatre, winter exploration and more!
Click here for programs for ages 5-8,
here for Ages 9-11, and here for ages 12-16.
SummerArts and Dance Summer Dance and Academies still have early bird!
We have a fabulous summer lined up for you! We still have some early bird discounts on for you and special dance assistant certificate programs during Dance Summer Dance.
Community Arts Sundays are back!
After lots of repairs and reorganizing, Community Art Sundays are all ready for you and your family and friends, with a great series of all ages art days, camp days and community suppers! Special artist guests for each one. Find out more here, and Sign up here to avoid disappointment (drop-ins welcome, but not guaranteed space). May 3 and May 17th.
Emerging Artist Residencies
Thanks to the assistance of the Sobey Foundation, the Ross Creek Centre for the Arts is granting free and subsidized spaces in its residency program to artists in the arts from any community and artistic discipline. Click here to find out more! Regular residencies for artists of all disciplines and nationalities – we have rolling deadlines, so email firstname.lastname@example.org to find out if we have openings. Click here for details.
NEW: Paying it Forward Bursaries!
We are thrilled that Jason Roth and Cheryl Steadman Roth have donated funding for bursaries which allow young people to attend our Summer and March Break programs.Those bursary applications are online now here. In the spirit of community-building, they have asked that when you receive a bursary, you also do something nice for someone else – take time to visit someone, make some soup or cookies for a neighbour, whatever makes sense to you and if you can or are willing, send us a picture or a little note to let us know what you did to pay it forward and what the bursary means to you. If you have received bursaries in the past, and you were thrilled for your family, drop us a line here and let us know. It all makes the world a better place!
Dining Hall Project ramps up with partners!
Planning keeps going for this ecological dining hall – we’ve added the Canning Food Bank as a programming partner so we can use our new space to teach low-income families how to cook with some great food, sometimes from our own gardens! Our design partners are NSCC (ESET Program), Equilibrium Engineering and Solterre Design and keep watching here to find out more about this sustainable and extraordinary project for our community. If you’re interested in being involved, click here.
Ross Creek looks for bookkeeper
Ross Creek is looking for a once a week bookkeeper. Volunteer ideal, potential for small pay. Good knowledge of excel necessary, and bookkeeping experience essential. Can be off hours, but must be on site. Please email email@example.com ASAP!
Community support and new initiatives
We are thrilled that Peter Kohler Windows and Entrance Systems is our official supplier for our cabin windows and doors. We are proud to work with this Nova Scotian manufacturer of beautiful and energy efficient products and to build our community together! @pkwindows.
Ross Creek will be doing an exciting new program for young parents and their children at-risk. Working with whole families, we will be giving free art, theatre and writing classes and providing materials for young parents with their 3-4 year old children. Thanks for the support of the Wellness Initiative Boards for their support (Greenwood and Eastern Kings).