Beth Amiro – At Home Here in Nova Scotia

Occupation: Actress, Stunt Performer, Barista Rose and Rooster Bakery, Mom, Surf School Owner

Place of Birth: Halifax, NS

Currently Resides: Eastern Shore, NS

Where’s your favourite place in Nova Scotia to grab a coffee?

The LaHave Bakery and Two if by Sea in Dartmouth. And the Rose and Rooster in Grand Desert.

Where’s your favourite place in Nova Scotia to grab a pint?

Foc’sle Tavern in Chester and Henry House in Halifax

Where’s your favourite place to shop in Nova Scotia?

Biscuit General Store, Guy’s Frenchy’s, Sweet Pea, Fancy Lucky Vintage

Where in Nova Scotia would we stand to see your favourite view?

The Headland at Lawrencetown Beach - feeds the soul!

Name 3 things we’ve gotta do when we visit Nova Scotia:

OneLifeSurf Lawrencetown, NS1. Take the cable ferry across the LaHave River to the LaHave Bakery, explore the whole Bakery building, go to Cherry Hill Beach, camp out at Risser’s Beach.

2. Go Zip Lining at On Tree at Martock then hit up Digby Frenchy’s on your way to Briar Island to go whale watching.

3. Spend a whole day at Martinique Beach alternating between surfing, napping, eating, and beach combing.

What makes Nova Scotia such a special place on earth for you?

Nova Scotia is so special because it has it all - the ocean, a city if you want city life, with quick escapes to the country. People are phenomenally friendly and in general pretty environmentally friendly too. There is still so much untouched coastline, and gorgeous landscapes. Nova Scotia is a small place with a lot of artists - painters, potters, actors, musicians - it is culturally rich and beautifully humble. It is also my home and where my family is - and for that I am so lucky!!

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SABS Shout out & THANKS...to Michael Tompkins who is credited with taking the beautiful Cool People Profile picture of the lovely Beth Amiro - cheers!!!

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