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REMEMBER: Please let us know as soon as possible what your organization or business is planning for the Wild Blueberry Harvest Festival.
More details in the newsletter.
Businesses located within the Town of Oxford wishing to have a business sign added to the Business Directory Signage at the Upper Main Street entrance (from the TransCanada Highway) should review the guidelines by clicking on the link below.
Please note that currently (May 2019) there is room for additional business signs.
Please contact the Town Hall for information on erecting signage elsewhere within the Town limits.
Monday’s and Wednesday’s
Starting July 3rd
If you are interested in coaching or looking for more information contact Corey at 447-2798 or by email at email@example.com
Click here for T-ball registration and here for further information regarding T-ball
Oxford Fun Soccer
Tuesday’s and Thursday’s
Anyone needing more information or interested in coaching can contact Corey at 447-2798 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org
*Please note that the 3&4 Year Old groups this year will be called * “Parent-Tot Soccer". Each player will be required to have a parent or guardian participate with them*
Click here for Soccer Registration and here for further information regarding Soccer
The Art Exhibit, Sequence 2019, opens May 27 at the Oxford Riverside Gallery. See details below.
We regret the incorrect information posted in the May 2019 Community Calendar.
Here's a great opportunity for a child or youth from our area to see their artwork on a downtown mural!
Thanks to Cumberland Performing Arts for initiating this endeavor.
At the Town Council meeting held on September 24, 2018, Council approved a Routine Access Policy. The policy provides clarification to the public, staff and Council as to what documents and information are routinely available upon request, and what other documents require review under Part XX Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy of the Municipal Government Act of Nova Scotia.
Along with approving the policy, Mayor Stewart proclaimed the week of September 24-30, 2018 as Right to Know Week, which supports the principles of openness, transparency and accountability.
Click here for the offical policy.
Communities grow stronger through hundreds of little and big actions that citizens (you and I) take everyday.
Check out this article: document 75 Actions that Build Community (13 KB)
Click here for the 2018 CJSMA Sorting Guide and Information
pdf Notice of By-law Change (260 KB) : Solid Waste
Please click on the statement above
to read the Community Economic Development Officer's report based on surveys and
community gatherings conducted during October and November, 2017.
We look forward to hearing how you will be part of What's Happening in Oxford.