October 12, 2023 — Jennifer Josenhans – Ocean Optimism: Reasons for hope following the Ocean Superyear

Jennifer Josenhans is the National Coordinator for SeaBlue Canada.
Lunenburg is a town inextricably linked to the ocean. Following a summer full of devastating reminders of our changing climate, Jen will present some recent successes in marine protection, what that could mean for Lunenburgers, and why this could change our world.

November 9, 2023 — Trudy Johnson and Shelley Mann – Hospice South Shore Palliative Care

South Shore Palliative Care Society promotes compassionate, accessible end of life care through partnerships, education, advocacy, and the provision of resources. Trudy Johnson is Chair of the Society and Shelley Mann is a Hospice - Palliative Care Educator.

December 14, 2023 — Jon Allen & Colleen Naomi – South Shore Players - 30 Years and Counting

Jon and Colleen have impressive histories in community theatre, in Lunenburg and elsewhere. They will tell us about the 30 year history of South Shore Players as well as plans for the next few years.

January 11, 2024 — Sheila Woodcock – Volunteering - A chore, A Challenge , A Chance to see the World

How you regard being a volunteer can depend on how you approach the idea. Do you see it as a chore, taking too much time, do you feel it's beyond your capacity, or do you willingly jump in, excited to see where it can take you? Sheila is a firm believer in giving back to her communities, both professional and local. She will describe and illustrate some of her volunteer experiences and some of the unanticipated results.

February 8, 2024 — Angela Saunders, Anne Bailly & Emily Sollows – Lunenburg's Fishing Heritage

The Lunenburg Marine Museum Society is a volunteer non-profit organization that operates the Fisheries Museum of the Atlantic and Bluenose II for the province of Nova Scotia. These two entities are central in preserving and sharing the history of the North Atlantic fishery for future generations. Through exhibits, partnerships and tourism experiences, they strive to represent a bygone era while positively impacting the community. Learn more about these two waterfront organizations that help shape the tourism and cultural landscape of Lunenburg.

March 14, 2024 — Annette Clarke – Exotic Fruit Nursery (Growing Bananas in NS)

The nursery, on Front Centre Road, specializes in edible and medicinal plants that are uncommon, healthy and delicious. A tour in pictures through a unique Lunenburg fruit jungle-including greenhouse building and off-the-grid living.

April 11, 2024 — RCMP – The perils of fraud targeting seniors

May 9, 2024 — Treehouse Village – Ecology Cooperative Housing

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