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Coldbrook, Nova Scotia


Current members of the Coldbrook Community Association are:

  • Doug Holland – Chair
  • John Stalker- Treasurer
  • Dawn Magee – Director
  • Evan Fairn – Director
  • Gary Meister – Vice Chair
  • Ryan Osmond – Director

Email: [email protected] for more information or how to get involved. 

Yoga classes:

Fall Classes at Coldbrook Heritage Hall Chair Yoga (45 minutes) 3:15pm – 4:00pm $10/Drop-in. Coldbrook Heritage Hall Mindful Flow (60 minutes) 4:15pm – 5:15pm $12/Drop-in. Multipass booklets are available through Sarah Pound at [email protected]

Body Power

Body Power is a barbell class that shapes, tones and strengthens the entire body. Increased metabolism, improved bone density and the “feel good” factor are just some of the benefits.  This class is for all ages and experience levels. Bring a friend and join me for some fun and great music!!

Instructor: Cheryl Huett – PTS, FIS, OAS, NWS, Schwinn, Spinning, Resist-A-Ball C.O.R.E. Level II, Fascia Movement Taping, Revo2lution Running Coach and CPR certified

Classes are on Tuesday and Thursday nights from 5:30 until 6:30. Cost: 10 classes for $80 or $10 drop-in for a single class.

For rentals of Heritage Hall please call Doug at 902 679 6525

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The Municipality’s new Active Living Strategy provides a framework for addressing barriers to active living and supporting three main strategic priorities: movement throughout the day, access and inclusion, and active transportation. Read all about it:

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