Nova Scotia’s own Terry Kelly teams up with the Halifax School for the Blind Janus Band for a once in a lifetime reunion show!
Featuring: John Greer, Terry Main, Paul English, Mike Day, Alfred Larter, Bill Livingston, Huey Rhyno, Barry Abbott, and special guest Tarah Sawler
Funds raised support Blind Sports Nova Scotia and the APSEA Auxilliary, providing students with special toys and adaptive materials to enhance development of their sensory, motor and communication skills.
Saturday, October 15th
Celebration from 7pm to Midnight
APSEA Cafeteria 5940 South Street, 2nd building
Tickets are only $10 with a cash bar
Silent Auction Included
For advanced ticket sales call Patsy
902 429 3785 / firstname.lastname@example.org
or Peter 902-404-5263 /
Check out the Facebook Event Page
Here’s your Rio 2016 Goalball highlights update! Go Canada Go!
Day 4 saw Canadian men lost a tough game to Algeria 17-13 and the women to China 8-3. On Day 5, the Canadian men played with heart but lost 7-3 against Sweden, while the women shut out Australia 6 to 0.
Goalball quarterfinals get underway today, with Canada’s men taking on Lithuania at 6pm. At 7:30pm, the Canadian women challenge our U.S.A. neighbours! Canadian Canadian Paralympic Team Canadian Blind Sports/Sports Aveugles Canada
Day 4 morning highlights – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YmOAz1Mc2rA
Day 5 morning highlights- https://youtu.be/JEqJeO-_5eg
Day 5 evening highlights- https://youtu.be/Xh1r7_aalOE
Day 6 morning highlights – https://youtu.be/T5ldmOBn3-I
Team Canada Men’s Team played an exceptional game against Goalball powerhouse Lithuania.
The team lead 2-1 at half-time, and were tied 4-4 at full-time. The two teams remained tied through 1 overtime period.
Unfortunately, the team could not withstand the onslaught, succumbing 5-4 at 1:35 of the second overtime.
As an organization, we are extremely proud of these 6 young men. Tokyo here we come!
Unfortunately, the Rio 2016 Paralympics are over for Canadian Goalball. The women played a hard-fought defensive battle against the US, losing 2-0 on two goals by Jen Armbruster.
The six women Played exceptional, but could not find a hole in the tight US Defence!
Here’s hoping Lithuania men & US women win gold as we would place 5th with both teams (highest ranking we can have not being in the semi-finals).
We’re trying to up-to-date on the all the Rio 2016 Paralympic action, especially goalball! Yesterday, the Canadian men took the first goalball win, beating Germany 5 to 7. The Canadian women’s goalball team beat Ukraine 3 to 2 today. Unfortunately, the goalball live stream is not working, but you can find the schedule & results here : https://www.rio2016.com/en/paralympics/goalball
Follow games live with play-by-play with the Rio 2016 app.