For ease of planning, events are listed in chronological order below.
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Join us on the grounds of North Hills Museum for this annual Giant Yard Sale Fundraiser for the Annapolis Heritage Society, on Saturday, June 28, 2014 from 9 am to 2 pm.
Lots of “new to you” items to choose from! If you have items you would like to donate for this sale, please call the museum at 532-2168 to arrange drop off or pick up.
Community members are invited to book a personal table at no charge, but must book in advance.
Bring a salad or dessert, we provide the rest. Enjoy great food, live music and the museum at this free family event. If you sing or play an instrument, join in our jam session!
This event will take place on Tuesday, July 16, 2014 at 6 pm. Call 532-2168 for more information.
For the young and the young at heart. Join us for a fun filled afternoon of crafting in the “miniature tradition”. Dress up as your favourite elf, sprite, faerie, wee folk or king. queen, knight or damsel. Frolic through the lawn of North Hills in search of dragon’s eggs and enjoy tasty treats prepared by our talented kitchen elves.
This event is free for the whole family and will take place from 2 to 4 pm. (Rain date: July 27.)
Enjoy viewing cars, trucks and tractors from 1900–1980 while chatting with the owners. All are welcome at this free family event!
The event takes place from 1 pm to 4 pm. Call 532-2168 for more information.
Join us in celebrating the 250th Anniversary of the house now known as North Hills Museum. First known as Rumsey Farm, then as the Amberman house, this 1764 Salt Box home was purchased 50 years ago by retired antique dealer Robert Patterson. Mr. Patterson bequeathed the house and contents to Nova Scotia Museum in 1974.
The afternoon will feature special guests, live music and wonderful food. This event will take place from 2 to 4 pm. (Rain date: September 7.)
For more information please call 532-2168 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Annapolis Heritage Society has recently been gifted with the extraordinary collection of wood carvings created by Eugene “Bud” Hamm of Clarence, Nova Scotia. A self-taught carver and great lover of language, Mr. Hamm enjoyed creating beauty with both wood and words. (In addition to his carvings and plaster bas-reliefs, Mr. Hamm also published 21 volumes of poetry.)
From a Humble Block of Wood showcases Mr. Hamm’s interest in the natural world as well as his connection to his fellow man. This charming exhibit of the carvings of a lifetime is on display at the O’Dell House Museum from late July to the end of the year.
A perennial favourite, our exhibit The Age of Sail in Annapolis County features shipbuilding artifacts from our own Wagstaff and Hatfield collections. The ship’s painting was found in 1967 in the attic of the O’Dell House Museum, and the half models in the collection were used by shipbuilders as scale references during vessel construction.
It is open at the O’Dell House Museum now until the end of the year.