State of emergency declared. See Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates and check for location, program and service closures, cancellations and changes.

Exploring Sand Hill Faces and Places

Please note that this list includes both government-run events and community-run events. If you have a question about a community-run event, please contact the event organizer directly. Community-run event information is provided for convenience only. The Province bears no responsibility for the accuracy of information about community-run events, the manner in which community-run events are operated, or for the cancellation of community-run events.
February01
Monday, 1 February, 2021 - 12:00 PM
150 Church Street Amherst Nova Scotia
Cost: 
Exhibit is free
Organized By: Cumberland County Museum and Archives in part with D M Strong

Faces and Places is a didactic fine art exhibit featuring
10 significant landmarks of Sand Hill which is the predominant Black community; on canvas and a 16 page full color catalogue. It will be of interest to discover the trailblazers who made Sand Hill important. You will discover places such as the Old Stage Coach Stop owned by the Rock's great uncle, a one room school house owned by descendants who attended the school in the early 1900's, a cross burning and much more
 

 

« Return to calendar