Beaver Bank Community Information Hub
Welcome to the Beaver Bank Community Hub website. Where we will be advertising events, posting interesting information, and communicating anything else that is going on at the Hub.
Community Information Posts
Beaver Bank Directory
The Hub, together with Fultz House and the Awareness Association, are working hard to bring you the new Beaver Bank Business Association. Keep an eye on the website for more information.
We still have some older orders of civic signs which are yet to be retrieved. Please come pick them up at the Hub or call for more information.
We at the Hub are scanning and adding to the Virtual Museum and we are as well looking for any documents, photos or stories that can be scanned. We are still very interested in compiling booklets of both World War 1 and 2 service members. If you can help please call (902)252-3291. Read More
Do you have an interesting story of the Beaver Bank area that you would like to share? Please call us and let us know @ (902)252-3291
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Notes From The Hub
There have been 2 successful Music Social-Jam Afternoons at the Beaver Bank Kinsac Community Centre. They were held on Sunday Feb. 17th and Sunday March 10th from 2 to 4pm. People are encouraged to bring their instruments, singing voices, a friend or just themselves. About 30 people attended each time and all seemed to enjoy themselves. We are planning the next one hopefully to be held sometime in April. We would appreciate any suggestions you might have for any changes and improvements. You can call the organizers Mary Barrett 902-864-2144, Nancy/Lyle Mailman 902-864-6574, Susan Partridge 902-252-0799.
The next Spring Shredathon organized by the Hub at the Beaver Bank Kinsac Community Centre will be held on a Saturday in April 2019. We do not have an exact date yet but you can look here and we will update you as soon as we know the date. You can also call us at the Hub office 902-252-3291. Bring your personal and confidential documents to have them shredded while you wait. The cost is either a cash donation or a full bag of grocery items, which we will donate to the Beacon House. We thank Iron Mountain for donating their Shredding services.