Looking for some fun family activities for March Break? Check out the activities at the Historeum! All Week: Reduced Admission – $1 per person Dress up Station • Artifact Exploration Station Tuesday, March 14 • Spring time crafts, 10am-12pm/1pm-4pm Wednesday, March 15 • Knit-in 1:30-5pm. Stop in and learn to knit! Thursday, March 16 • … Continue reading March Break at the Historeum! March 14-17
Heritage Day Open House – Monday February 20, 10:00am-4:00pm Celebrate Heritage Day at the Historeum with two presentations and an exhibit opening. All welcome! Free Admission!
Join us Saturday, October 22 at 1:00 pm for “Camp Debert: The Impact of Building a Base” an exhibit opening and illustrated presentation by Elinor Maher and Stacey Culgin.
Join us Saturday, October 15 at 1:00pm for the No. 2 Construction Battalion exhibit opening and illustrated presentation by Mary Beth Sutherland, the granddaughter of Lt.-Col. Daniel Hugh Sutherland. A native of River John, Sutherland was commander of the country’s only battalion composed of black soldiers in the First World War, many from the Truro … Continue reading Saturday, October 15 at 1:00pm The Story of The No. 2 Construction Battalion
This exhibit will tell the story of immigrants from Lebanon and Syria who arrived in Colchester County at the beginning of the 20th century. They enriched life in Nova Scotia and achieved success in many fields.
Through stories, photographs, and artefacts, we will share the narrative of their immigration, the businesses they established and their accomplishments. There will be refreshments and remarks by several members of the community.