Dr Julian Gwyn, local author and historian, is currently researching information about a list of names in conjunction with some work he is doing on the diary of Jessie MacCallum. Jessie (1885-1957) was 15 years old when she began her dairy on 1st Jan 1901. Her father was Windsor’s town surveyor.
Do you know the difference between a ghost and a spirit? Are you intrigued with the spirit world? Margo Brightman, one of Hants County’s Ghost Hunters, will be talking about these supernatural beings at the West Hants Historical Society Museum. Date: Thursday October 9, 2014 Time: 7 p.m. Public welcome to attend. Light refreshments will
Known to many as the ‘smug pickler’, Elizabeth Peirce will be speaking about canning and preserving. Elizabeth is a modest, well mannered writer and editor during daylight hours. But by evening she is furiously at work in her shed, kitchen or garden. Two of Elizabeth’s books, “You Can too! A Guide to Canning and Preserving”
Have you heard about The Big One? On September 11th from 4pm to 8pm, on the Waterfront in Windsor you can expect to indulge in great food, local wine, and live entertainment, all while supporting business in the Avon Region and Nova Scotia as a whole. The West Hants Historical Society is pleased to be involved