Veteran’s Memorial C@P Site
Summer Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday, 8a.m. – 4 p.m.
Nova Scotians can now borrow a pedometer at their local libraries and C@P (Community Access Program) sites, thanks to a partnership between Heart&Stroke WalkaboutTM, Nova Scotia Public Libraries and C@P Sites.
Pedometers are a great tool to use to track walking steps and monitor progress. Now you can access all the benefits of a pedometer through a loan before deciding if owning one is right for you.
Each Walkabout pedometer kit includes a pedometer to count your steps, information about walking and about the pedometer, links to local walking groups, a survey, and other materials, including a logbook to track your progress. The walking log-book is yours to keep.
The pedometer lending program is a partnership with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Nova Scotia, Nova Scotia Public Libraries, and C@P Sites, and made is possible in part through the support of Nova Scotia Department of Health Promotion and Protection.
The Port Morien Veterans’ Memorial Computer Site Currently has TWO Pedometers that are waiting to go on loan. Drop by the site or call to receive more information or to reserve a kit.
For more information, please check out the Heart and Stroke Nova Scotia Foundation’s Walkabout website.