Meadowland Trail Closure
- Published: Friday, 14 August 2020
Meadowland Trail will be closed for work starting August 24th.
Thank you for your patience.
Consumer Fireworks Restriction (Advisory)
- Published: Wednesday, 12 August 2020
The use of consumer fireworks is not permitted when and where there is a Burn Ban issued by the Department of Lands and Forestry.
A failure to comply with this fire safety advisory or with a reasonable request of a fire official may be considered an offence under the
Fire Safety Act and result in a Summary Offence Ticket being issued.
For more information, please call 1-800-559-3473 or visit http://novascotia.ca/dma/firesafety/
Senior Fitness Classes
- Published: Tuesday, 11 August 2020
Senior Fitness Classes starting August 17th!
Monday: classes at 10:30 AM and 11:30 AM
Wednesday: classes at 10 AM and 11 AM
Friday classes at 11 AM
$2 per class.
Yoga With Celeste
- Published: Friday, 07 August 2020
Celeste is hosting a six week yoga session in Clover Drive Park.
Dates of sessions: Friday, August 07,14, 21 and September 04, 11, 18
$50/ 6 week session.
Call Celeste at 902-814-8000 to register,
Hall Available for Small Events
- Published: Thursday, 06 August 2020
Looking for a space to book your next meeting, class or celebration? Bible Hill Village Hall offers 2,080 sq ft of accessible floor space including a raised stage plus washrooms, lobby, audio-visual equipment and available bar operated by Bible Hill Fire Brigade.
The main area is approximately 40 ft by 52 ft and available for capacity up to 50 people with Covid-19 restrictions in place. Use of tables and chairs are included with rental.
The regular rental rate is $25 per hour (minimum 3), and many non-profit/community groups are eligible for a subsidized rate.
Call 893-8083 for more information.
Accessibility Advisory Committee
- Published: Friday, 31 July 2020
July 31, 2020:
Village of Bible Hill wants your input around public accessibility.
Paper copies are available in Village Office.
April 1, 2020:
Village of Bible Hill welcomes expressions of interest from individuals who self-identify as having a disability or are an agent of an organization that represents persons with disabilities, to serve on its Accessibility Advisory Committee in the following volunteer positions:
• (1) member for a two year term, ending June 2022; and
• (2) members for three year terms, ending June 2023.
The purpose of the Accessibility Advisory Committee is to provide advice to the Village Commission on identifying, preventing and eliminating barriers to persons with disabilities in Village programs, services, initiatives, and facilities; and play a pivotal role in helping the Village become an accessible community and meet its obligations under the Nova Scotia Accessibility Act.
The Committee meets the third Wednesday of June and November, at 2PM.