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South Shore Multicultural Association

Located In South Shore Region
Where To Find Us
Bridgewater, NS
Areas Served South Shore Region
Phone 902-521-8939
Contact Anne Fownes, Executive Director; Email:
Alternate Contact Shawn Allen, President; Email:
Description & Services
Celebrating and Embracing Diversity and Social Inclusion along the beautiful South Shore of Nova Scotia. 
Join us for our Annual Multicultural Festival and many other events! Join our association and become actively involved!  
What does a Multicultural Association Do? 
Honour local heritage and embrace a culture of inclusion and diversity within our South Shore communities. 
Provide a warm, social gathering place for community members of diverse cultural backgrounds: make friends, learn about other cultures, teach others about your culture. 
Partner with community groups to host festivals and events to celebrate diversity. 
Help newcomers make social connections and integrate into their new communities. 
Work toward increasing community education on the value of diversity and inclusion.
Special Information
Tags Recreation Categories ; South Shore Connect ; Special Interest ; Support Programs ; Visual Arts ; Volunteer Opportunity