Celebrating 150 years since Confederation!

 

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Come Celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday With Us!

Join us in celebrating the 150th anniversary of Confederation with numerous community events and celebrations scheduled throughout 2017.

Free Canada 150 Concert

July 6 at 7:00KC Irving Centre Gardens,

University Ave, Wolfville 

Rain or Shine - Bring a chair! 

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The Town of Wolfville and Acadia University are pleased to support THE DREAM CATCHERS MUSICAL WHICH WILL TAKE YOU ON A QUEST TO FIND HOPE FOR THE FUTURE AND DARE YOU TO BELIEVE THAT NO DREAM IS TOO SMALL.

Take hip hop, spoken word and folk. Blend it with contemporary and Indigenous dance, choose 26 of the most diverse and exciting young actors from across the country and experience The Dream Catchers. The show is a vibrant music and dance filled spectacle that explores the dreams of young Canadians. With brand new original music, dance and story from City Natives, Emm Gryner, Kinnie Starr, Paper Lions, Khodi Dill, Fred Penner, Nikki Payne, Carmen Braden, Romesh Thavanathan, Daniel Maté, Riley Simpson-Fowler, Laakkuluk Williamson Bathory, Caroline Savoie and Twin Flames - and featuring the TD Confederation Centre Young Company - The Dream Catchers' promises to leave audiences full of possibility. 

The Dream Catchers will perform across Canada in celebration of Canada 150 and will be featured in Wolfville on July 6 at 7:00pm at KC Irving Centre Gardens.

Admission is free and please bring a chair or blanket for this spectacular outdoor performance.

http://dreamingcanada.ca/en/the-performance

Canada 150 Tiles Project

Check out our exciting Canada 150 community project, which will allow residents, businesses and community groups to participate in creating a lasting piece of collaborative art for Wolfville!  Join us at Willow Park on Canada Day (July 1st, 2017) to make your mark on our collage of painted tiles.  Thanks to The Clayground for their support and cooperation!

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 Wolfville Historical Society

The Randall House Museum is operated by the Wolfville Historical Society, a registered Canadian Charitable Organization, incorporated in Nova Scotia by the Societies Act. The Society’s mission is to interpret and maintain the Randall House as a museum for the benefit of the residents of Wolfville, its surrounding communities, and its visitors. The Randall House Museum will be our local host for The Association of NS Museum's Canada 150 Project: Touchstones! For more on Randall House, the Wolfville Historical Society and their involvement in Canada 150 please follow the link below.

Wolfville Historical Society and Randall House Museum

Canada 150 is a national celebration of the 150th anniversary of Confederation that will take place at special eveents and activities that are being planned across the county. Canadians everywhere are invited to take place in the countdown to 2017 at community events or through social media using the hashtag #Canada150 and #CBC2017. Be part of this exceptional occaision!

Canada 150 Homepage