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Featured Event

Atlantic Canada Harmonica Festival - August 10th

 
The Atlantic Canada Harmonica Festival is the only festival of its kind in Eastern Canada. It's a celebration of the harmonica and all who play it, regardless of musical preference or style. If you have ever thought about playing the harmonica, this is the place to start. If you played one in the past and it's now gathering dust, we'll inspire you to start again! If you're a regular player, it's the perfect opportunity to jam or share a tune with other professional and amateur performers. 
Plus there's an Evening Showcase, with some of the best harmonica players around!

A Day Pass ($24) or Festival Pass ($55) will get you into the events and includes your meal(s). General Memory Lane Admission ($8) includes the Jam sessions and Listening Classes. Or, just come in the evening for dinner ($17) and the Showcase ($13) and enjoy good food and live music with friends.
Take a peek at the Festival Schedule and plan your day! Click Here for details and to purchase your tickets.

Coming Up!

Hal Bruce at Memory Lane - August 29

The Best of the 60s and Beyond! Come join "3 Time Hall of Famer, Hal Bruce" in the Clam Factory at Memory Lane Heritage Village.
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Musique Royale Concert & Heritage Dinner - Sept. 7

We are pleased to welcome Ventus Machina to Memory Lane for this year's Musique Royale concert, followed by a candle-lit three course dinner in the Cookhouse.

Eastern Shore Players "Let's Not Talk About It" - Sept. 13, 14, & 15

The Eastern Shore Players presents their latest 'home grown' production, written by Gordon Hammond. Tickets on sale now.

Jim Henman & The Ellis Brothers: Concert & Dance - September 27

Country Swing, Pop, and 50s/60s Rock with a Smidge of Country Blues. $15 Advance Tickets available online. $18 at the Door.
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Nova Scotia Forest Festival - October 26

A showcase of the many ways Nova Scotians connect to the Province’s forests for their livelihood, housing, recreation, food, and heritage.
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Traditional 1940s Christmas Dinner- Nov. 16 & 17

Please Note: Saturday seating is already sold out. Reserve your Sunday tickets soon to avoid disappointment.
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Thank You All For Your Support!

The Solar panels are finally up on the maintenance shed, just outside the museum grounds and don't they look pretty up there! With huge thanks to the many folks from far and near who contributed to our campaign, we have successfully raised the full $29,000 that we needed to make this dream a reality. We couldn't be more thrilled!

We're still waiting for a few more pieces to arrive before the solar panels are fully hooked up and producing energy, but things are moving along nicely and the vast majority of the energy efficiency upgrades have been completed.

This included changing all the bulbs and fixtures throughout the Village to high efficiency LED bulbs. The old baseboards in the upstairs offices of the Store were replaced with a heat pump, and a number of other Cookhouse upgrades were also completed, including a new hot water heater for the Cookhouse.
And don't worry! None of these changes impact the visitor experience, since all the new LED bulbs in the village are styled after the old incandescent bulbs. You can barely tell the difference! Take a peek at the panels and all the upgrades next time you're around, and stay tuned for a Solar Powered Museum Open House in the fall!

Volunteer Opportunities

Village Animators: We are always looking for volunteers to come and animate the Heritage Village during visitor season. Please contact Jordan at 902-845-1937 or email jarnold@heritagevillage.ca if you would like more information.

Painting Crew: We are looking for a team of volunteers to help with exterior painting of some of the Village buildings to give them a re-fresh for the season. Painting would happen during nice days. Volunteers are asked to bring their own paint brushes. If interested, please contact the Village at 902-845-1937.

Items For Sale

Fluorescent Light Fixtures: We have replaced all the fluorescent light fixtures in our buildings as part of our Solar Powered Museum Campaign upgrades. The fixtures are now all for sale to the best reasonable offer. or free to a Heritage Society member. If you are interested, please contact the Village at 902-845-1937.

Items We Are Looking For

Galvanized Eaves Trough: We are looking for old-time galvanized eaves trough and downspouts, ideally never used but used would be OK if in good condition. We also need trough connectors and corners as well as downspout elbows. If you have something that may be appropriate, or if you know where we could get some, please contact the Village at 902-845-1937.

1940s-style Cardigans: We are always looking for donations of cardigans in all sizes. Both men's and women's styles, in neutral colours. Preferably wool or cardigans that look like they are made from wool. If you have something that may be appropriate that you would be willing to donate, please contact the Village at 902-845-1937.

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