What’s Happening in Annapolis Royal July 6-11

Annapolis Royal Celebrates Brides and Roses

Annapolis Royal Celebrates Brides and Roses

Don’t miss the 2009 ROSE FESTIVAL, JULY 4 – 12.
FOR DETAILS OF FUN-FILLED ROSE FESTIVAL EVENTS, CLICK 
http://explorer.exploreannapolisroyal.com/Rose%20Festival%202009.pdf


Monday, July 6th

National Historic District Tour – Lighthouse at 2:00 p.m.“ Stroll though the Centuries” with a costumed interpreter, and
explore the country’s oldest permanent settlement (c.1605)
 
Tuesday, July 7th

Acadian Heritage Experience Tour – 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 of Acadie”.

Strawberry Supper – St. George and St. Andrew United Church, 5 – 6:30 p.m.
Includes ham, salads, rolls and strawberry shortcake.
Adults $9. 12 and under $5. Takeouts available. 532-7954.

Candlelight Graveyard Tour – Fort Anne, 9:30 p.m.
For a unique and memorable adventure, explore the oldest English
graveyard in Canada by candlelight with a colourful, costumed
interpreter.

Wednesday, July 8th
 
National Historic District Tour – Lighthouse at 2:00 p.m.
“Stroll though the Centuries” with a costumed interpreter, and
explore the country’s oldest permanent settlement (c.1605)
 
Farmers’ and Traders’ Market – 10 a.m. to 3 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.
 
Candlelight Graveyard Tour – Fort Anne, 9:30 p.m.
For a unique and memorable adventure, explore the oldest English
graveyard in Canada by candlelight with a colourful, costumed
interpreter.
 
Thursday, July 9th
 
National Historic District Tour – Lighthouse at 2:00 p.m.
“Stroll though the Centuries” with a costumed interpreter, and
explore the country’s oldest permanent settlement (c.1605)
 
Pork Belly Futures – King’s Theatre, 8pm
Blues? Well, not really. Not country for that matter. Not
“literary” either — but Quarrington, Martin Worthy and Stuart
Laughton sure know how to write songs that folks can relate to,
with economy and pinpoint precision.
 
Candlelight Graveyard Tour – Fort Anne, 9:30 p.m.
For a unique and memorable adventure, explore the oldest English
graveyard in Canada by candlelight with a colourful, costumed
interpreter.
 
Friday, July 10
 
Acadian Heritage Experience Tour – 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 of Acadie”.

Annual Karaoke Contest – Legion
Hundreds of dollars in prizes up for grabs! Come to sing or just
to listen. Everyone over 19 welcome!

Saturday, July 11th

Farmers’ 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.

Philip Addis and Emily Hamper – King’s Theatre, 8pm
Award-winning baritone singer Philip Addis accompanied by
awardwinning pianist Emily Hamper.

Hupman Bros – Upper Clements Park, 8:30 p.m.
The original sound is played with superb musicianship and as
brothers they play as if one. Part of the Park After Dark
Concert Series. Fireworks at 10:30.

More Fun in Annapolis Royal

Under Tours
On weekdays, if generating schedule permits, the Visitor
Information Centre staff conduct unique “Down Under” tours of
the Tidal 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 the
settlement 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 Julie Adamson Miller
“The Chapel Centre Gallery” features North Range Art Club 

“The Mym Gallery” features Joanna Kaye

“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
See the Calendar of Events on the Annapolis Royal’s website for additional information. http://www.annapolisroyal.com


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