READY FOR ROUTINE

By Jen Gendron: Health & Wellness Coach With summer quickly coming to an end, many of us are preparing for a return to routine after having had a period of holidays, vacationing and enjoying ourselves.  During this time, we often get away from our regular fitness routines, choosing instead to take advantage of outdoor time, […]

EATING TO FUEL YOUR BODY

By Jen Gendron: Health & Wellness Coach There is so much conflicting information out there these days about what we should be eating and there are more fad diets than you could possibly keep up with. We are constantly being bombarded with the “diet of the week” encouraging us to eat this and not that, […]

Hampton has a twin! The Hampton-Piggs Peak Partnership supports youth in Swaziland in getting an education. Hampton, New Brunswick

Book Launch Scheduled for Anne Scott’s “Making a Difference”

By Mark Bettle, Hampton-Piggs Peak Partnership The Hampton-Piggs Peak Partnership Starfish Program provides a unique opportunity for individuals to connect with someone in the African Kingdom of Swaziland. This special connection is revealed in Anne Scott’s new book, “Making a Difference: The Story of the Starfish Program”. Anne says, “This is the story of two […]

Hampton Legion Reopens

September is here! The Royal Canadian Legion Hampton Branch #28 will open again for members and the public on Thursday, September 12. The bar will once again be open to the general public every Thursday, Friday and Saturday evening from 6pm to close! Join us, bring a group, plan an event! The Legion is available […]

Finding Time

By Jen Gendron: Health & Wellness Coach When trying to maintain a regular physical activity routine, time can be one of our biggest enemies! There never seems to be enough time or enough hours in the day to get everything done on our endless “to do” lists and unfortunately, taking time for ourselves is often […]

Concert by the Creek Another Huge Success

Our 11th annual Concert by the Creek was another great success. The weather was perfect, the lineup was fantastic, the crowd was great and all this together resulted in fundraising total of over $2,400! Organizer, Laura Myers said, “Once again this year, a group of talented local musicians amazed an appreciative crowd. The surprise appearance […]

Local Historian David Keirstead Shares Hampton History

As a young lad growing up in Hampton, David Keirstead has captured memories of the Hampton region that paint a picture of a town we can only imagine. Ice cream at Robb’s Drug Store, shopping at Morrison’s Store and local folks eating at Coleman’s Restaurant. He was part of a community that was essentially split […]

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff: Keeping Stress at Bay

By Jen Gendron: Health & Wellness Coach Stress is something we all battle with in our lives and for some of us, it can be a challenge to keep it under control. In today’s busy world, trying to juggle the many demands we place upon ourselves can be quite overwhelming at times. Stress affects us […]

Peninsula Heritage wraps up summer season

This is the final week of summer operations at both the John Fisher Memorial Museum & 1810 Carter House. Both sites may be open by appointment after September 3, 2019, by contacting Beth @ 763-2453 or another Heritage member. Peninsula Heritage caters to groups of 12 or more throughout the fall until November 30. For […]