Win ENSE 2017 Passes

ENSE 2017


The Eastern Nova Scotia Exhibition, ENSE, will take place August 30 to September 3, 2017.

Numerous exciting events are scheduled for this year’s Fall fair, including 4-H Day, competitions, carnival activities, special features and much more.



I am thrilled to announce that the ENSE organization has generously donated TWO Weekly Passes to the Exhibition grounds to the Country Parent blog followers.

So don’t miss this opportunity, ENTER THE DRAW* to WIN!


1. LIKE the Country Parent Facebook page: click HERE

2. LIKE & SHARE the ‘Giveaway post’ on Facebook

3. COMMENT on the Country Parent Facebook post about the ENSE event you are most looking forward to seeing this year. For the complete schedule of events and programming visit

For 3 additional entries, to increase your chances for winning you can:

1. FOLLOW @countryparent on Instagram
2. FOLLOW @countryparent on Twitter
3. SIGN UP with Country Parent for your weekly blog post (see ‘Sign up’ in the
Side menu panel or bottom of the Home page)

TWO random winners will be drawn on Tuesday, August 29, 2017 at 5:00pm EST.

The lucky winners will be announced on the Country Parent Facebook page and contacted by email, with 24 hours to respond.

*This Giveaway is open to residents of Canada only, age 18+.



Want to learn more about 4-H Day? Check out this post:

4-H is Back!

4H Day!

by John David
I was hired by Atlantic Lottery to take some commercial photography at the Antigonish Agricultural Exhibition.  Atlantic Lottery is a sponsor of this and many other events throughout the Atlantic region.  I elected to capture my images on Wednesday because of the diversity of interesting events taking place.  As it turns out, a lot of the events taking place on Wednesday were youth oriented.  From 4H programing, to kids activities to competitions for budding agriculturalists, it was no wonder there were a lot of young Antigonish attendees while I was there. I was also really happy to do the type of portrait photography that I love most.

Here are a few of my favorite images of the event and some of the budding agriculturalists!

John David photography

John David Antigonish, NS