A story of community, creativity, and connection with the land, Out of the Woodwork chronicles the efforts of a people to craft an economy and build an entire society out of the vast and daunting forest that surrounded them.
Dr. John Johnston will give an illustrated presentation examining Louisbourg through the centuries with the Mi’kmaq, early European mariners, the founding of the French Fortress in 1713, the British victory and changes leading to the modern village today.
The final Diversity Film of the season on May 20th is Expulsion: The Story of Acadia, from the series Canada: A People’s History.
On May 12, Arnold Rovers will present an illustrated talk about the Rovers family journey from Holland to Canada.
Our annual spring plant sale is being held on Sunday, May 6th. Perennials, plant roots, shrubs, transplants and more.