You may have seen these on the Halifax waterfront, in Bridgewater, or another spot in Nova Scotia.
Our very own #playmenovascotia piano will be arriving at the Waterfront Park Gazebo this Thursday, July 20th, mid-morning!
If you are artistically inclined, stop by if you'd like to help with the painting of Wolfville's piano.
It will be available for the rest of the summer and into the fall for anyone to come and play a tune!
Brought to you by the Town of Wolfville, the Deep Roots Music Cooperative and the Government of Canada.
When activated, Wolfville's Comfort/Reception Centre will be located at the Wolfville School, 19 Acadia Street.
Starting this Sunday, July 9th and continuing every Sunday until August 27th.
All ages and abilities welcome!
Enjoy Town of Wolfville’s FREE Recreation Days on Fridays for the month of July!
July 7th will be WATER DAY, July 14th will be MAD SCIENTIST DAY and July 21st will be SUPERSTAR SPORT DAY!
Each camp goes from 8:30-4:30!
These Rec Days are for ages 5-12.
Morning and afternoon drop-ins are welcome.
The Town has decided to continue consultation on potentially re-locating the RCMP offices in Wolfville to New Minas. The issue will not be considered by Council until the Fall of 2017. Updates on future consultation will be posted to the website, social media and around Town. To view the staff document please click here .
You’re invited! Tracy Moore joins President’s Choice® in Wolfville on coast-to-coast exploration of Canadian cuisine
Nothing brings people together like eating together. When we eat together, we share more than just a meal. We see each other as equals. Eating together can make Canada, and maybe even the world, a better place.
In celebration of our great nation’s 150th year, the President’s Choice® team has partnered with Cityline to conduct a coast-to-coast exploration of dishes that bring Canadians to the table. From March until June, the team will be touring the country, visiting six communities (Ottawa, Calgary, Richmond, Summerside, Wolfville and Montreal) and encouraging Canadians to eat together and share stories about their favourite dishes.
Cityline host Tracy Moore and PC® Executive Chef Tom Filippou will be making a stop in Wolfville to tape a segment for the show during the Apple Blossom Festival. Residents and visitors are invited to join Tracy and Chef Tom for a meet and greet, where they can share their own views on Nova Scotia’s food culture and talk to the duo about eating together as a nation.
WHAT: Meet and greet with Cityline’s Tracy Moore and Chef Tom Filippou
WHEN: Saturday, May 27 | 11 A.M.
WHERE: Lion’s Club| 36 Elm Street| Wolfville
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Instagram: @PresChoice /Twitter: @PresChoice/ Facebook: President’s Choice #EatTogether
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The Town of Wolfville has awarded a contract for the reconstruction of Sylvan Drive & Sunset Terrace to Gary Parker Excavating Ltd. The work includes replacement of sanitary, storm and water services, street reconstruction including new base materials, asphalt surfaces, concrete curbs and reinstatement of disturbed area(s).
Installation of temporary water will commence on or about Monday, May 29th and construction is scheduled to start Monday, June 5, 2017. The project is expected to be completed by the end of September 2017. Hours of work will generally be from 7 am to 7 pm. While construction is ongoing, the work area will be closed to through traffic during work hours, except for emergency vehicles, construction and local resident traffic.
For full details click here: 2017 05 26 Sunset & Sylvan Notice to Residents Reconstruction Startup
The Summer 2017 Kings County Rec Guide has been released!
Click below to check out some fun things to do in Wolfville and the rest of the Valley this summer!
May 16th, 2017 Public access to the Wolfville Nature Trust Lands off of Forest Hill Road has been suspended until road maintenance can be completed.
Repairs to the Old Burying Ground wall will commence on Tuesday, May 16th, 2017. The plan is to remove the wall one section at a time and store the stones on site avoiding the gravesites.
As part of the reconstruction two trees behind the western section of the wall will be removed. These trees will not survive the reconstruction and their roots are at least partially responsible for the deterioration of the wall. New trees will be planted in the area but a safe distance from the wall once work is completed.
Construction is expected to take 8 weeks and this section of the sidewalk will be closed to pedestrian traffic to allow the contractor room to work and protect the public.
The contractor is well aware of the historical significance of the site and will make every effort to respect the property and not disturb any of the gravesites.
The public can access the burying ground during construction from Clock Park.