Join Cumberland-Colchester MP Bill Casey for a presentation on the Acadians of Beaubassin and the British march through Cumberland and Colchester to Tatamagouche and back to Old Barns in 1755. Bill will present the story of the area in the 18th century as well as the efforts to preserve and explore the archaeology of the … Continue reading Wednesday, July 27 at 7:00 pm, MP Bill Casey presents “The Exile Begins: The Story of the Acadians of Beaubassin”
Join Stephen Maher, Truro native and Ottawa-based journalist when he reads from his newest novel , Salvage. This fast-paced, gritty thriller is set along Nova Scotia’s South Shore and deals with drug smuggling, murder and intrigue.
Lunenburg native David Mossman is a retired geologist, author and professor emeritus at Mt. Allison University. Prohibition in the USA lasted from 1921-33 but rum-running lasted until 1938. Come to hear details on this very profitable and exciting period for many living along the coasts of Atlantic Canada, including members of Mossman’s family. Everyone welcome. Non-members … Continue reading Thursday, September 22 at 7:30pm Oceans of Rum presented by David Mossman
Join us on a field trip! We’re heading to The Bass River Museum, Veterans Memorial Park, and the Age of Sail Museum. Meet on Monday, June 13 at 9am at the Historeum. Lunch will be enjoyed at the newly expanded Age of Sail Museum. Please call (902) 895-6284 for more information or to reserve your … Continue reading Field Trip! Meet Monday, June 13, 9:00am at the Historeum
Roger Marsters, Curator of Marine History at the Nova Scotia Museum, will speak on Maritime Cultural Landscape of the Upper Bay of Fundy Region. Roger will give a presentation on the various rich cultures that have adapted to the unique geography of the coast of the Minas Basin.