Cumberland County Heritage Network Society

Tuesday, July 24, 2012

Wallace & Area Museum

 Wednesday, July 25, 2-4 p.m. - Free Tea in the Garden: Come visit the Museum and enjoy a hot cup of tea and a sweet while enoying the Museum’s Heritage Gardens.

 Thursday July 26, 2 pm. Willard S. Boyle Memorial. Unveiling of Memorial at Wallace Bridge, celebrating Nobel prize winner Willard S. Boyle. Reception at the Museum to follow.

 Saturday, July 28- Giant Craft and Flea Market. Come, support local groups with their tables of treasures. Take advantage of the great sales and enjoy hamburgers, hot dogs and games

 Wednesday, August 1st 2-4 p.m. - Annual Mary Kennedy Tea: Enjoy delightful refreshments, a hot cup of tea, and live entertainment in the Museum’s beautiful Heritage Gardens. The Tea is held in honour of Mary Kennedy, the mother of the Museum Benefactor John Kennedy. The tea celebrates the history of the Davison-Kennedy family.

 Floral Arranging Competition: During the Tea, judging will take place for this annual competition. Everyone is welcome to enter and ribbons are awarded for arrangements in two categories, cultivated and wildflower. Entries accepted until 1 pm.

 Saturday, August 4th a.m. - 2 p.m. - Tails on the Trails: Bring your Dog for a walk on the Museum trails, anytime between 10 am and 2 pm. We will time your walk against a pre-set base time, you could win a treat for dog and owner

 Wednesday August 8, Free Tea in the Garden every Wednesday afternoon through out August.

 Thursday, August 9, The Harbour View Hotel. A talk from the steps of the Community Centre.. The Hotel was the centre of attention for the community. A steady stream of people arrived, departed, visited, stayed and dined at the Hotel.

 Sunday, August 12, Barn Sunday. See some of the thousands of treasures stored in the Museum Barn. Boats, wagons, tools, furniture

 Thursday August 16- The Remsheg Rug Hookers “Hook In”. The local rug hooking group host hooking groups from throughout Nova Scotia

 Saturday, August 18- Children’s Day, 1 to 3 pm

Final kids Day! Call the museum to register…too much fun to miss!

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