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Canada Day in Pubnico

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Canada Day in Pubnico

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Acadian history of Pubnico Video

Discover the Acadian history of Pubnico dating back to 1653, an Acadian Communanity which is still occupied by the descendants of its founder.

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The Black Loyalist Heritage Centre – Historical Site – Birchtown, Nova Scotia

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Officially opened June 6, 2015, The Black Loyalist Heritage Site, is located in Birchtown on Nova Scotia’s South Shore. In 2006, an arsonist set fire to the office of the Black Loyalist Heritage Society destroying many of its valuable archives and historical papers. In June 2015 the Birchtown museum realizes a 25-year dream to honour, research and teach the history ...

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Philip et Wendell d’Eon’s “Nouvelle-Ecosse”

“Philip and Wendell d’Eon are two folk singers from West Pubnico, Nova Scotia who compose original acadian music. “Nouvelle-Écosse” is a track from their first album. The duo, Philip and Wendell d’Eon, two acclaimed musicians of West Pubnico, Nova Scotia, have made contemporary folk music their style of music. They are Northern Acadian cousins in relations to Louisiana. They have ...

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Research your ancestry in West Pubnico Research and Genealogy Center

Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos and Research Center

The research centre “Les Archives Père Clarence d’Entremont”, housed in the Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos’ annex, has an extensive collection of Acadian historical and genealogical documents on most of the local family names. A great place to start your ancestry research! You will also find original land deeds, a complete set of the local french newspaper publication, old photographs, ...

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A Floor cloth Workshop

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Coming this Summer to Musée des Acadiens des Pubnicos A Floor cloth Workshop Featuring designs from antique red work, The Musée des Acadien des Pubnicos will host an 3 hour workshop. You will be able to make your own entry way floor cloth with the help of, artist, Maggie Schmidt. You can enjoy a tour of the Museum and see an actual antique floor cloth, a collection ...

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Bijou de l’Acadie Cultural Experience

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The World’s Oldest Acadian History at your fingertips BOOK A TOUR! Crafts | Music | Garden Tours | Food | History | Genealogy | & More! Group Tours – Acadian History spanning more than four centuries waits to be discovered. We offer specialized group tours for up to 20 participants. Arrive in the oldest Acadian community in the World! Be ...

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Historic Lunenburg and Mahone Bay

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Lunenburg is a little fishing port on the Nova Scotia coast between the town of Mahone Bay and the mouth of the LaHave River. Colorful wooden homes, heritage waterfront warehouses, and elegant churches fill the hilly town. At the waterfront, wharves are busy with fishing boats off-loading the daily catch, boat shops building dorie, and chandlery stores selling gear. The town is a UNESCO World ...

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Signs of Spring -Rachel Doucette

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Lunenburg Academy

Lunenburg Academy

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