Category Archives: Events
What could be more Canadian than maple syrup?
When the daytime temperatures are above zero but the nights remain frosty, Canadians know it’s time for the sweet treat that is naturally made in our own backyards. One of the great things about our backyards is that it is filled with maple trees and it is the goal of the Sheldrake Lake Home Owners Association to tap our community.
The Sheldrake Lake Community Maple Project hopes to tap over 30 trees this spring. This community project will engage our families and educate our children with workshops on how to tap, boil and develop an understanding of the value of maple syrup in our communities. With no cost to the homeowners, each participant will be given a Maple Tree tapping kit and information on how to get started.
If interested, please reply to this email or attend or meeting March 30th 2015 at 7:30PM at 111 Mallard Drive.
Christmas Carole Sing-Along – December 18th.
Snow Dates: December 22nd/23rd
It was discussed it would be fun to have a sing-along to celebrate the holiday season. We will begin at 101 Sheldrake Cresent where we will have hot chocolate or hot cider so bring your favorite travel mug.
Date: December 18th
Location: 101 Sheldrake Crescent
Don’t forget to bring a travel mug for cocoa or cider to take as we walk around caroling.
October’s days are running out.
The time is drawing near —
for witching and hobgobbling,
for giggles and for fear.
Wear a cute scary costume.
Recite your “trick or treat.”
For on October 26th
who knows just what you’ll meet…?!
October 26th. Rain Date: November 1st. At the community park 2:00PM
Join us for games, crafts and treats! A trick for a treat…
Another exciting year for Sheldrake Lake will come to an end and we want to take the opportunity to thank you for your continued support of our association and its commitment to our community.
The men and women on our association are quietly doing the many jobs that insure that our community spirit is maintained and embrace. The association has made great achievement this year, which was not possible without the board volunteers and cooperation of everyone in Sheldrake Lake.
We hope that you and your family experience a very Happy Christmas and a Happy New Year and continue to find gratitude, peace and enjoyment in all of your endeavours in the coming year.
I wish to commend the hard work of our Homeowners Association and the volunteers for enthusiastically collaborating once again to stage another great halloween party this year. Also, I would like to thank HRM District 13 Councillor Matt Whitman for his sponsorship and support of our community event.
Throughout the years, our subdivision has had resoundingly successful events in our park and our Halloween Party is another example of the community spirit that runs deep in our subdivision.
During the planning meetings, and while at the event, a few suggested a Christmas Party or other winter events in the park. I welcome any ideas or suggestions and would like to bring everyone together in November to discuss further and make plans. Please let me know what you think and forward your ideas and thoughts.
Sheldrake Lake Halloween Party
Residents are invited to grab their spooky neighbors and creepy friends and c’mon down in costume on October 26, 2013 at 1:30 for fun, adventure and scary treats at the Sheldrake Lake Park and howl away the afternoon.
Halloween Planning Meeting
Date: October 21, 2013
Location: 111 Mallard Drive
Please come and help plan our Halloween event. We need a lot of helpers… including youth! Hope to see you there. Don’t worry, the meeting won’t be too long. We will be talking about BBQ, food, games, your ideas? To volunteer to help out with preparations for the event, email: email@example.com
Lake of the Woods – BBQ & Fun Day
Saturday, September 21, 2013 from 11:30 to 2:30 pm.
We hope you and as many of your neighbours as can come will come to our Fun Day this Saturday, Sept 21, 2013 from 11:30 to 2:30.The children are having a bicycle parade to start the day. They will be lining up in the driveway at 144 silver Birch Drive amd a fire truck will lead them to the park (a very short distance). If any of the children in your area would like to decorate a bike, tryke, doll carriage, stroller, etc, please feel free to invite them to join the parade.
This time we will try new idea and you are all welcome to set up your tables in the playground. Anybody is welcome to come and sell yrou imtes.
We will have BBQ at the midday. All refreshments…
All items that you wish to donate to thrift store on Peggy’s Cove Road will be collected at 2 pm and takes away.