Everything kicks off at 11am with Opening Ceremonies and a welcome from the Mayor, plus the singing of our National Anthem.
All activities will start after Opening Ceremonies, around 11:30am until 2:30pm, and Lahara Yoga will guide a yoga session from 1-2pm.
The Mud Creek Collective band will entertain us starting around noon.
What to make a Difference?
The Town of Wolfville is seeking enthusiastic and energetic Citizens to serve on the RCMP Advisory Board
Do you want to play a role in the Town of Wolfville’s Future?
Become a member of one of Wolfville’s Committees of Council The Town of Wolfville has an immediate opening on the RCMP Advisory Board for a member at large to serve a 3-year term.
The RCMP Advisory Board as mandated by the Nova Scotia Police Act, subsection 57(1), provide’s advice to Council relating to the enforcement of the law, the maintenance of law and order and prevention of crime in the Town.
This Committee makes recommendations to Town Council and when Town Council meets, they consider these recommendations to help with their decision-making. Serving on a Town of Wolfville Committee of Council is one of the ways you can get involved and make a difference in our community. There are two very rewarding parts to belonging to a Committee of Council. On a personal level, you can learn so much about the Town and its workings and, secondly, you have a voice and potentially make a positive impact on our community.
Deadline for submission of Committee Application forms: Tuesday, July 10th, 2018
Applications can be dropped off in person at Town Hall or sent by email to:
ATTN: Jean-Luc Prevost
Town of Wolfville
359 Main Street
Wolfville, Nova Scotia
Tel: 902-542-9678 / Fax: 902-542-4789
You may download a copy of the notice here:
The Town of Wolfville will be providing a one-day camp on June 28th, 2018 during Wolfville School's marking day!
The Apple Blossom Festival opens the tourist season in the Annapolis Valley. It is a springtime celebration of the Valley’s traditions and agricultural heritage that draws crowds from near and far to our unique valley town. We all enjoy taking part in the weekend festivities and celebrations; however, it can leave some residents wondering who they should call if they believe that those celebrations are getting out of hand – we have the answer!
If you have concerns please contact the RCMP after hours line at 1-800-805-7264.
The Town of Wolfville is inviting applications for a Special Programs and Events Assistant in our Community Development Department.
Reporting to the Community Development Officer, the successful candidate will have a demonstrated ability to communicate clearly, act in a respectful and professional manner dealing with the public, possess strong interpersonal skills, be self-motivated, and work well as part of a team. This position is operational in nature so candidates should have experience in helping to organize and run recreation activities and events.
Candidates must have a high school diploma, possess a valid driver's license and be willing to complete criminal records and vulnerable sector checks..
This position requires 35 hours per week for ten weeks starting on June 4th, 2018 and will include evening and weekends due to the nature of the position.
The hourly wage for this position will be $11.50 per hour.
Applications will be accepted up until Friday, May 25th, 2018 until 4:30 pm and may be submitted in person or by email to:
Address: 200 Dykeland St. Wolfville, NS B4P 1A2
Subject line: Special Programming and Events Assistant
We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those under consideration will be contacted.
Maple Avenue Compost Site will open Saturday, April 20, 2019, (weather permitting and the conditoin of the yard)
The site is open every Saturday 12:00pm to 4:00pm starting in MId-April (weather permitting) until November.
The Town manages a compost site located at Maple Avenue. Drop off leaves and yard waste and/or pick up a high organic content of compost that can be used as a soil amendment (up to a ½ ton truck per trip, smaller cars can do two drop offs.
Depending on the availability residents of the Town of Wolfville are permitted to pick up a maximum of one half ton truck load of compost or wood chips per Saturday.Residents picking up materials from the Compost Site will be required to leave their name, address and phone number with the facility attendant.
Materials accepted for drop off at the Compost Site include leaves, miscellaneous vegetative materials, brush and limbs no larger than 3” in diameter, grass clippings, sod and uncontaminated soil.
All materials must be clean and free of garbage, household compost, plastic bags or other contaminants. It is the responsibility of the homeowner to dispose of any plastic bags, tarps, boxes, etc., used to transport materials to the site in the refuse barrel provided.
Items not accepted: tree stumps, rocks and other wood products, No food waste from green bins and NO PUMPKINS in the fall
In this six-week series, an expert in process-based approaches to art will facilitate a fun and creative artistic space where you can let your intuition and imagination take you on a journey of discovery. Just bring a curious mind and a smock/apron (or wear painting clothes).
Anyone (over 8) can participate and all supplies are provided!
This Saturday, April 14th at Acadia Cinema in Wolfville!
The Town of Wolfville began consultation on a master plan exercise for the East End Gateway in January 2018. The East End Gateway encompasses Willow Park trail connections, and the leased Nova Scotia Power land on the opposite side of Main Street. The master plan aims to create a sense of arrival and place, create a welcoming space for people entering the town via Main Street, improvements trail connections throughout the area, and creation of a public open space that reflects the unique landscape of Wolfville and surroundings.
Please have comments submitted by April 25 to be summarized for Council in the staff report. Hardcopies of the draft document can be requested at Town Hall.
Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC):
The Town of Wolfville has been appointed as a test pilot for developing an Accessibility Plan under the Accessibility Act, and as such, requires the help of volunteers to serve as part of an Accessibility Advisory Committee (ACC).
The Accessibility Advisory Committee (AAC) provides advice to Council on identifying, preventing and eliminating barriers to people with disabilities in municipal programs, services, initiatives and facilities. The Committee plays a pivotal role in helping the Town of Wolfville become a barrier-free community and ensuring obligations under An Act Respecting Accessibility in Nova Scotia (2017) are met.
At least one half of the members of the ACC must be persons with disabilities or representatives from organizations representing persons with disabilities.
Disability includes a physical, mental, intellectual, learning or sensory impairment, including an episodic disability; that, in interaction with a barrier, hinders an individual’s full and effective participation in society.
Applications are available online or can be picked up at Town Hall. The deadline for applications is Wednesday, April 25th, 2018 at 4:30 pm and may be submitted by mail, in person or by email to:
Address: 359 Main St. Wolfville, NS B4P 1A1
Subject line: Accessibility Advisory Committee Volunteer
Nova Scotia’s new Accessibility Act has a goal of an accessible Nova Scotia by 2030. In Fall 2018, the Minister of Justice will release a strategy and implementation plan for how we will achieve that goal.
The Accessibility Directorate is committed to ensuring that Nova Scotians are consulted in the development of this strategy. As one part of this consultation, the NS Accessibility Directorate has developed an online survey that seeks input from persons with disabilities, and those who provide services to persons with disabilities.
The purpose of the survey is to receive feedback regarding:
The Nova Scotia Accessibility Directorate is asking for your help to publicize this survey to persons with disabilities and those who provide services to persons with disabilities by sharing it with your contacts. We welcome you to share the information via email, your website, social media, or other communications channels.
Any questions about this survey, or requests to receive the questions or submit responses in an alternate format, can be directed to the Nova Scotia Accessibility Directorate (contact info below).
Thank you so much for helping to spread the word!
Nova Scotia Accessibility Directorate
Department of Justice
Phone: 902.424.8280 / 1-800.565.8280 (toll-free in NS)
TTY: 902.424.2667 / 1-877-996-9954 (toll-free in NS)
MLA Keith Irving read a Statement into the Nova Scotia House of Assembly, March 23, 2018 with regard to the Town of Wolfville's 125th Anniversay
View the Statement ( click link )