CLARE VISITOR INFORMATION CENTRE AND ART EXHIBIT OPEN AT BELLIVEAU COVE FOR 2020 SEASON

Little Brook, NS: For summer 2020, the Clare Visitor Information Centre has moved to Joseph & Marie Dugas Municipal Park in Belliveau Cove to provide tourists and locals with information about the region and to display the works of local artists.

With the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions and the opening of the Atlantic travel bubble, the Municipality...

Within the Municipality of Clare, dogs must be on a leash when in public spaces, parks and beaches. This is per the Municipality’s Dog By-Law, which helps ensure the safety of the people and dogs enjoying our public spaces.

While many in-person activities for seniors have been postponed or cancelled due to COVID-19 restrictions, the Municipality of Clare is bringing the activities directly to our seniors. In partnership with Séniors en Sécurité, the Municipality’s Recreation Department prepared and distributed 100 wellness kits to seniors in Clare. Each kit included a stress ball, exercise band, gardening supplies, birdseed, colouring pages, crossword and word search puzzles, coloured pencils, a pencil...

Newly launched Art de la Baie brochure promotes visual artists from the Clare Acadian Shore

Little Brook, NS – July 2, 2020: The Municipality of Clare and community partners are launching a new map-brochure inviting visitors and locals alike to discover and support the visual artists of the beautiful Acadian community of Clare, Nova Scotia.

Artists participating in the Art de la Baie initiative invite you to spend the day to discover the...