Olde Fashioned Christmas—Thank you!

More than three hundred guests from the metro area and other Nova Scotia communities visited Scott Manor House for the Olde Fashioned Christmas Open House on December 1st and 2nd. Fort Sackville Foundation volunteers were pleased to welcome visitors to Bedford’s oldest home, beautifully decorated for the holiday season with burlap bows, evergreen boughs, paper …

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August 2018 Newsletter

Content includes: “Art at the Manor;” articles on the Quoits Tournament played at Scott Manor for the Brenton trophy (last awarded in 1923), and volunteer Bernice Hartnett, “Gardener Extraordinaire;” and “A Little Bit of History—Bedford Coat of Arms.“

June 2018 Newsletter

Content includes: “A Little Bit of History—Quoits;” articles on Dave Selig, our Volunteer of the Year; the April presentation by Commander Gleason about the arctic patrol vessel HMCS Harry DeWolf, the annual Georgian Tea in June, and information on new resources: “The Halifax Explosion—As Told by Evelyn Fox Richardson,” the “Bedford Then & Now Guidebook,” and a computer for improved visitor access to our photo collection.

August 2017 Newsletter

Content includes: reports on the special Canada 150 summer exhibits telling Bedford’s story since 1867, and other summer program events, for example, Gail Meagher’s Lego display, the Arthur Lismer Art Exhibit with presentations by Peter Dykhuis and Freda Hemeon; and summer music. Articles include “Margaret Embree—An Extraordinary Summer Volunteer;” and “A Little Bit of History” about noteworthy tennis player, Jimmy Butler.

June 2017 Newsletter

Content includes: articles about the Canada 150 summer program, celebrating 150 years of Bedford history; recognition of volunteer award recipients Ted Sceles and Warren Ervine; items about our new logo, new roof, a grant from 100 Bedford Men Who Care, and Georgian Tea and other events; “A Little Piece of History—Evelyn Richardson, An Award Winning Author” (and her connection to Bedford); and a feature on Group of Seven painter Arthur Lismer and his connection to Bedford.

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