Events & News

Events & News

Guided Walk

Go on a guided walk of Historic Bedford with David Conley August 25th 1 – 2 pm. Meet at Scott Manor House

Quoits Tournament – Rescheduled

Due to weather, the Quoits tournament has been rescheduled and will be held August 29th from 10 – 2 pm. Bring a lawn chair and a picnic.

Outdoor Fire Truck Display

Visit the Scott Manor House grounds on Saturday, August 24th from 1-4 pm for the special outdoor fire truck display. Volunteer firefighters from Halifax Regional Fire and Emergency Services will be there with one of today’s fire trucks. Children will enjoy the chance to check out the truck and activities provided by the firefighters. Plus, …

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Quoits Tournament

The second annual Quoits Tournament will take place August 22nd from 10 – 2 pm. Watch the historical societies from around the area compete for the prestigious Brenton Trophy! Bring a lawn chair and a picnic for ultimate enjoyment. Rain date August 29th.

Music at the Manor

The Second Chance Band will be performing at Scott Manor House August 21st from 6:30 – 7:30 pm. The band will be conducted by Chris D. Ward. Donations appreciated. Please bring a lawn chair.

Music at the Manor

Georges Hebert will be playing at Scott Manor House on August 18th at 2 pm. Please bring a lawn chair. Second Chance Band will be performing at Scott Manor House August 21st from 6:30 – 7:30 pm. Donations appreciated. Please bring a lawn chair.

Mayflower Quilters’ Guild

Quilts provide the comfort of home and warm memories for many of us. The Mayflower Quilters’ Guild of HRM support and promote the art of quilting throughout Nova Scotia. The group is very active in the community through their donations of handmade and machine-made quilts to organizations including Byrony House and the IWK neo-natal intensive …

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Music at the Manor

Join us on August 7th at 6 pm to hear music performed by Kathy and Keith. Please bring a lawn chair. Listen to music by Wendy & Friends at 2 pm on August 11. Please bring a lawn chair.

Kingfisher Rug Hookers

When you think of rugs, you may think of the practical purpose they serve providing warmth to cold floors. What you may not know is the art of rug hooking has a rich history in Nova Scotia. Roberta Palmer and Faith Piccolo, spokeswomen for The Kingfisher Fiber Artists, say the tradition experienced a revival in …

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