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    Millbrook Community Newsletters

    Millbrook Community Newsletters are available here. The Newsletter deadline for submissions is the 26th of each month.

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    June Treaty Credit

    Applications for the June Millbrook Enterprise Credit are now availble online here and at the Millbrook Band Office Reception desk.

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    Millbrook Community Wind Project

    Millbrook First Nation is the lead proponent of the project. Millbrook First Nation submitted the application to the Nova Scotia Department of Energy for the project’s COMFIT eligibility.  Under COMFIT rules, the Millbrook First Nation will be the majority owner of the project.  For more information click here

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    Truro Power Centre

    The Truro Power Centre has been a key to economic development initiatives during the past decade.

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Truro Power Centre
Success Story

This video was created by AANDC, to show the Economic Development success of the Truro Power Centre.

What's Happening In Millbrook

Upcoming Events

Closed for St. Anne’s Day

July 28, 2014 at 12:00am

The Millbrook Band Office and Health Centre will be closed Monday, July 28, 2014.

Petapan: First Light Symposium

August 15, 2014 at 12:00am

What is Petapan: First Light? Indigenous artists and arts practitioners from across Atlantic Canada are invited to participate in a free three-day symposium hosted at Millbrook First Nation, NS. Petapan: First Light will feature key-note speakers, artist talks, panel discussions, evening showcases, seminars, and will provide a space for celebrating art and forging connections.

The event is organized by the Atlantic Public Arts Funders, which includes the New Brunswick Arts Board (artsnb), the Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council (NLAC), Arts Nova Scotia (ArtsNS) and the Prince Edward Island Council of the Arts (PEIAC).

The is the first time the four Atlantic provinces have collaborated on an event specifically for Indigenous artists, thus the name Petapan – First Light – indicates a breaking of dawn.

Itinerary

Please note: This itinerary is subject to change.

Thursday
7:30pm Early Registration
7:30pm Wine & Cheese Reception & Registration
Friday
8:00am Smudging Ceremony
8:00am Registration Open/Morning Snack
9:00am Opening Prayer/Welcome
9:45am Opening Keynote
10:30am Panels
12:00pm Lunch
1:00pm Demonstrations
3:00pm Gallery walk-through/Networking
5:00pm Dinner
6:30pm Pechakucha
Saturday
8:00am Registration Open
8:30am Arrival/ Morning Snack
9:00am Discussion Activity
10:30am Panels
12:00pm Lunch
1:00pm Demonstrations
3:00pm Seminars
5:00pm Dinner
6:15pm Buses to Marigold Centre
7:00pm Performance Showcase
Sunday
8:30am Arrival/ Morning Snack
9:00am Next Steps Discussion
10:45am Closing Keynote
11:30am Buses to Community Hall
12:00pm Closing lunch/ Closing comments & prayer

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News

July’s Newsletter

July's Newsletter is available here

INDIGENOUS ARTS SYMPOSIUM SPEAKERS ANNOUNCED MILLBROOK, NS AUGUST 15-17

Petapan: First Light is a three day arts symposium for indigenous artists and arts practitioners in Atlantic Canada. It will take place August 15th-17th in Millbrook, Nova Scotia, in and around the Glooscap Heritage Centre.

Thank you

A big thank you to the ones that sponsored, volunteered and helped the seniors for this year's St. Anne Pilgrimage.

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