Eagle Watch occurs on the weekends of January 27th - 28th and February 3rd – 4th. Eagles can be seen at the corner of Middle Dyke Road and Bains Road in Sheffield Mills where they are fed at approximately 8:00 am and 10:30 am.
Activities are planned for both weekends in the Community Centre featuring the famous breakfast of made-from-scratch pancakes and sausages, juice, cider, coffee and tea, served from 8am to 12:30pm. This year a scrambled egg alternative will be available.
In addition to the live music in the main hall, the hall upstairs will host an eagle display from the Blomidon Naturalists Society, stories and legends from Glooscap First Nation, children’s activities courtesy of Ross Creek Centre for the Arts, and First Nation art and handicrafts from Beadbough.
All funds raised go to support the operation and maintenance of the Community Hall.
Breakfast: $8 for adults and $4 for children under 12.