What to Do in Annapolis Royal July 1-4

Annapolis Royal ~ Fun for All

Annapolis Royal ~ Fun for All

Wednesday,  July 1st

Happy Canada Day! See separate schedule for fun-filled Canada Day events and activities.

Thursday,  July 2nd

National Historic District Tour – Lighthouse at 2:00 p.m.
“Stroll though the Centuries” with a costume interpreter, and explore the country’s oldest permanent settlement (c.1605)
http://www.tourannapolisroyal.com

Dancing at the Market – Farmers’ Market – 7pm
(Weather permitting)

Come dance with Durline Melanson and Trans World Dance students. Learnthe popular “Scotia Shuffle” and other simple and fun dances. No partners required. No charge.

Candlelight Graveyard Tour – Fort Anne, 9:30 p.m.
For a unique and memorable adventure, explore the oldest Englishgraveyard in Canada by candlelight with a colourful, costumed interpreter.
http://www.tourannapolisroyal.com 

Friday, July 3rd

Acadian Heritage Experience – Lighthouse at 2:00 p.m.
Join Alan Melanson, a proud 10th generation Acadian and his family for a unique and entertaining living history experience in the “Birthplace ofAcadie”.
http://www.tourannapolisroyal.com

Po’Girl – King’s Theatre, 8pm
The beauty and mystery of Po Girl’s music springs from the dynamic, improbable, mesmerizing bond shared by its two principal singers and writers – Allison Russell and Awna Teixeira.
http://www.kingstheatre.ca

Saturday, July 4th

Happy Independence Day to our American friends!

Famers’ and Trader’s Market – 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
Come and see why hundreds of people crowd our streets every Saturday morning. Local vendors with fruits, vegetables, arts, crafts and much more.

House and Garden Tour
Visit the Historic Gardens and private gardens and houses in and aroundscenic Annapolis Royal. Benefits the Gardens.
http://www.historicgardens.com

Raven Haven Family Fun Day
Raven Haven Family Fun Park, 1pm
Games, prizes and entertainment for all. Free access to the park, supervised swimming, canoe/pedal boat rentals. Bring the family out for a great afternoon of fun.
http://www.annapoliscounty.ns.ca/Recreation

More Fun in Annapolis Royal

Down Under Tours
On weekdays, if generating schedule permits, the Visitor
Information Centre staff conduct unique “Down Under” tours of theTidal Power Plant. Interested travelers are taken by elevator belowground to the upper machine room, directly above the turbine. Schedule varies each day, please call ahead to book a tour. Ages 16 and up.532-5454
http://www.annapolisroyal.com

Knights of Fort Anne
Fort Anne National Historic Site, July-August
The Knights of Fort Anne brings you back to the 1620s and thesettlement of New Scotland (Nova Scotia). Baronets or knights were awarded land and a badge. As an honourary Nova Scotian, what will you come away with?Discover an original 17th century artifact and stand on the soil of Charles Fort while creating your own Nova Scotia memories. The program will be offered once a day in English (11 am) and French (2:30 pm) during July and August. The price of admission will cover your cost of this 20 minute walking tour.
http://www.pc.gc.ca

O’Dell House Museum – A Sneak Peek
http://www.annapolisheritagesociety.com

“Summer Brides” – A delightful exhibit featuring their fashions and accessories from the 1880s to 2009!

“Helping Hands” –  Looking back with pride; moving forward with vision – an exhibit honouring the 100th anniversary of registered nursing in Nova Scotia.

“Annapolis Goes to Sea” – A look at our community’s long-term relationship with the sea and the ships that sail on it.

This week at ARTsPLACE
http://www.arcac.ca

“Artist-run Centre Gallery” features Adams, Boucher and Butler

“The Chapel Centre Gallery” features Adams, Boucher and Butler 

“The Mym Gallery” features Leslie Erickson

“Trikes” – Peter Walker

“Rural Shelter” – Julie Adamson Miller 

Gallery Hours: Monday – Friday, 10:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Saturday – Sunday, 1:00 p.m. –  4:00 p.m. (A call ahead is recommended.)

Upper Clements Parks – 11:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m.
(Rides close at 6:45 p.m.)
http://www.upperclementsparks.com 

Photo courtesy of Trish Fry ~ The Garden Shutterbug

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4 Responses to What to Do in Annapolis Royal July 1-4

  1. Cynthia says:

    You are doing a great job sharing Annapolis Royal with everyone. I’ll be tweeting out some of your posts.

    Cynthia…Nova Scotia Tourism

    • explorerguide says:

      Thanks so much for taking time to send such a nice comment! We truly appreciate it, and many thanks in advance for your tweets of our Explore Annapolis Royal posts. Last, but certainly not least, we also appreciate very much all of your wonderful creative efforts on behalf of our beautiful Nova Scotia.

  2. I feel a lot more persons will need to read this, extremely good info.

    • explorerguide says:

      We are happy you found our Canada Day through 4th of July information helpful. Thanks for taking time to comment! We sincerely appreciate it and apologize for the delay in replying.

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