Please join us for our upcoming spring AGM!
We meet as a community once a year for the annual HPRA meeting. This
meeting is crucial for insight to the needs of our community and all
updates on development for Highland Park.
The Highland Park Ratepayers Association is made up of volunteers who are passionate about the development within our community, as well as the safety of our residents. Ben Jessome and Matt Whitman will be in attendance to give their time to Highland Park as well. We hope to see you all there!
Events Prior to 2020 Website Re-launch/Design Update
RCMP Town Hall Meeting November 16, 2011
7pm - 9 pm St Margaret's Centre
Remembrance Day Ceremony November 11, 2011
November 11, 2011
Hammonds Plains Fire Hall
Relay for Life, Saturday June 4, 2011
Register your team now for the Bay Relay for Life held at Sir John A MacDonald high school on Saturday June 4th. To register a team call Elizabeth Hessian at 835 – 0211.
Police Week 2011, May 5,6 & 7
May 5 9am -4pm and 6pm - 8pm
May 5 9am-4pm and 6pm-8pm
May 7 10am to 4pm
RCMP Pipes and Drums May 15, 2011
H-Div. RCMP Pipes & Drums and Dancers
and Special Guests
“Patricia Murray” and sisters “Cassie and Maggie MacDonald”.
May 15th, 2011 at 2 P.M. New Citadel High School, Spatz Theatre
On May 15th, 2011 at 2 P.M. the RCMP Pipes & Drums and Dancers will be performing a Spring concert called, "In Harmony" at the new Citadel High School, Spatz Theatre. Also appearing will be “Patricia Murray” and sisters “Cassie and Maggie MacDonald”. Patricia Murray is one of the world's foremost Gaelic and traditional singers whose powerful and captivating voice has earned her one of Scotland's most prestigious Gaelic singing awards. Cassie and Maggie MacDonald are accomplished young Celtic musicians / singers and dancers who have performed as soloists at the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo in recent years.
The RCMP ‘H’ Division Pipes & Drums and Highland Dance Troupe (Nova Scotia) was formed in May 2004 and is comprised of police and citizen volunteers from throughout Nova Scotia who come together to share and showcase their musical talent and help bring the community closer to its national police. Since its first public appearance at the annual Apple Blossom Parade in Kentville, NS, in May 2005, the band has been in constant demand to appear throughout Nova Scotia and Eastern Canada at community events, including parades, festivals, sport and cultural awards ceremonies, memorial services, state and official occasions as well as RCMP ceremonial functions.
The profits from this event will go to support the band and its activities in the community.
Tickets are available at http://www.ticketatlantic.com/, the Metro Center box office or any of the 27 Superstore locations and make great gifts - especially for Mothers Day, Sunday May 9th! Links can be found on our band website http://www.rcmppipeband.ca/ or by going directly to http://www.ticketatlantic.com/. Ticket prices are $26.00 which includes taxes and service charges.
Thanks in advance for your support and we hope to see you at our show!