Lunenburg Barnacle Vol. 1, No 2. is here



Editor’s note

Thank you so much to all of our readers who reached out with words of encouragement and feedback since our launch one month ago. We are overwhelmed by your welcoming response.

If you listened to CBC Nova Scotia’s Information Morning broadcast yesterday at 6 a.m., you learned our first issue was published just five weeks following the inception of our idea to start a newspaper, borne over a trivia night discussion at The Knot Pub.

It’s with this enthusiasm and drive that we stay motivated to keep sharing stories from our community with you (and also results of who’s winning trivia at The Knot). We hope you will enjoy our second issue even more.

Jesse Ward, Editor-in-chief

Vol. 1, No. 2 Highlights

This month’s Barnacle is loaded with planning news, profiles of some of your wonderful neighbours and all kinds of local fun – even a new Pets of the Month feature.

Here’s just a few of the hits we’ve got to get you through March:

Check out this month’s print issue, online

In case you’re reading us from afar (grüezi, bonjour, ciao and allegra to the four viewers Google Analytics shows us in Switzerland), here’s a complimentary PDF.

Read our online exclusives

The good reading doesn’t stop after the crossword. Make sure you check out this issue’s online exclusives:

Where can I find a copy?

As long as copies stay on shelves, you can find our print edition at these locations:

  • Blockhouse Farmers Market, Blockhouse
  • Fancy Pants Cafe, Bridgewater
  • Firkenstein Brewing, Bridgewater
  • King Street Beer Company, Bridgewater
  • Lunenburg County Lifestyle Center, Bridgewater
  • LaHave Bakery, LaHave
  • Elizabeth’s Books, Lunenburg
  • Laughing Whale Cafe, Lunenburg
  • Lunenburg Bound, Lunenburg
  • Lunenburg Farmer’s Market, Lunenburg
  • Lunenburg Library, Lunenburg
  • No. 9 Cafe, Lunenburg
  • The Knot Pub, Lunenburg
  • The Barn, Mahone Bay
  • Petite Riviere General Store, Petite Riviere
  • Rose Bay General Store, Rose Bay

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Invitation to contribute

We are especially excited by all who reached out and worked with us to contribute to this month’s issue.

We are always eager to welcome new contributors who want to share in our mission to shine a light on Lunenburg County. If you want to write local news, humour, history, or have an opinion to share – please reach out.

Additionally, if you represent a community group seeking a platform to share updates, consider the Barnacle! We want to connect you with our readers.

Email editor@thebarnacle.ca and we will get back to you.


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