The Come Home East Hants Association is a non-profit society created in collaboration by a number of community based organizations. Please see below for a list of organizations, how they are involved with the inaugural Tide Fest, and how any remaining surplus from the event will be reinvested in our community.
East Hants Sportsplex
The Sportsplex is a center for community in East Hants. Revenue generated from Tide Fest will go towards operational costs for the Sportsplex allowing for the facility to maintain its programming, and handle any future infrastructure costs.
East Hants Sport Heritage Society
The Sport Heritage Society currently operates the East Hants Sport Hall of Fame and Sport Awards. Revenues from Tide Fest will allow the Sport Heritage Society to ensure that the Hall of Fame and Sport Award programming continues, while creating the opportunity for the Hall of Fame expansion, and Sport Award bursary program to come to fruition. The Sport Heritage Society will be responsible for the Hall of Fame, and Music Festival.
The Enfield Rugby Football Club is a community based organization which serves as the primary club for residents in the Municipality and abroad. Revenues from Tide Fest will go towards supporting Enfield RFC operations including: the mini-rugby program, player and coach development, and ongoing collaborative enhancements at the Lion’s Den with the Enfield, Elmsdale & District Lions Club. Enfield RFC will host the Tide Fest ball hockey tournament.
Hants North Baseball Association
The Hants North Baseball Association is the organization committed to maintaining minor baseball in the Kennetcook, Rawdon, and Noel Shore areas. Revenues from Tide Fest will go towards operating costs, and infrastructure upgrades at the Noel Road baseball field. Hants North Minor Baseball Association will seek to host the World’s Largest Washer Toss Tournament.