NORTH HILLS MUSEUM 1764
Hosting: Pre-Conference Workshop – September 26th 9:30 to 4:00 pm
Built around 1764 on Acadian Farmlands overlooking the Annapolis Basin, the exterior of the small, wooden farmhouse looks like a typical country home, but inside it boasts a collection of fine art and furnishings that create an air of refined, Georgian elegance.
5065 Granville Road, Granville Ferry, Nova Scotia. Exit 22 on Hwy. 101
LUKE’S ANGLICAN CHURCH 1822
Hosting: Registration and Heritage Display – September 26th 10:00-6:00pm
Successor to an earlier structure built in the lower town during the time of Reverend Jacob Bailey, St. Luke’s served as a Garrison Chapel until the Crimean War, mid-19th century.
ANNAPOLIS ROYAL HISTORICAL GARDENS
Hosting: Provincial Heritage Meet and Greet – September 26th 6:00-8:00pm
The Annapolis Royal Historic Gardens is situated on 17 scenic acres, where over 1800 species and cultivars of plants are displayed. Some of the highlights of the garden include a rose collection boasting hundreds and thousands of blossoms, a reconstructed Acadian House based on pre-deportation 1671 and the 18th century Governor’s Garden. The Gardens also boasts one of the most significant plant collections in the province and are designed to provide beauty and interest in all seasons.
KING’S THEATRE 1921
Hosting: Main conference location
Built by local merchant A.M. King after the Bijou Dream Theatre burned in the disastrous 1921 fire. King’s Theatre is a film and performance centre that continues the Canadian performance tradition begun at Port Royal in 1606 with Marc LesCarbot’s “Theatre of Neptune”.
A complimentary shuttle bus service will be provided to all conference venues from the Annapolis Conference Centre