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There’s no better place to immerse yourself in Nova Scotia’s rich maritime heritage than the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic
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Studying for Success 4h
Don't forget about the last film in the series. Go to today to see Rocky Jones: Encounter at Kwacha House & TED talk
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TDIH: (1978) - Cape Breton's Wreck Cove Hydroelectric Station went into operation for the first time.
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Studying for Success Mar 27
Free film tomorrow (March 28) 'Rocky Jones: Encounter at Kwacha House' & TEDTalk. 12-1pm & 6-7:30pm RSVP:
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Maritime Museum Mar 27
This week: Tues 7 pm talk with Bill Barton on Sable Island and Wednesday AM Weclome Wednesday fun! -JN
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Devour! Mar 27
Thanks to everyone who supported our fundraiser for We sure had fun!
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Maritime Museum Mar 27
TDIH: (1921) Schooner launched at Lunenburg
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Maritime Museum Mar 26
TDIH: (1941) The Imperial Oil tanker Canadolite was captured by the German Armed Merchant Cruiser Kormorant, 600 miles off South Africa.
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Maritime Museum Mar 25
. thank you for pairing our museums' Sambro lighthouse lens with your thoughtful statement.-JN
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Maritime Museum Mar 25
TDIH: (1924) The largest wooden schooner, the six-masted Wyoming, foundered in a storm off Cape Cod. She was built in Bath, Maine in 1909.
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Maritime Museum Mar 24
TDIH: (1752) Canada's first newspaper, The Halifax Gazette began publishing on a weekly basis.
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Maritime Museum Mar 23
. having a wonderful time sharing our Maritime heritage with our guests!-Jenny
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Maritime Museum Mar 23
TDIH: (1929) Rum runner I'm Alone sunk in the Gulf of Mexico.
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Devour! Mar 22
Tomorrow night–we host a film festival museum takeover with films, chefs, wines, lots of seafood & fun!
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Maritime Museum Mar 22
TDIH: (1918) Hauled by tugs, a raft constructed of a million logs leaves North Sydney destined for Britain. It breaks up in heavy seas.
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My_Waterfront Mar 21
is at this Thurs 6:30-9:30 a magical mystery tour with heritage, food and film! Don't miss it!
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Maritime Museum Mar 21
TDIH: (1804) The Colonial Governor in Nova Scotia received an order to seize all Spanish vessels entering Halifax Harbour.
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Maritime Museum Mar 20
TDIH: (1963)The 89 year old vessel Bear was lost while en route to Philadelphia, where she was to have converted into a floating restaurant.
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My_Waterfront Mar 19
This week's at is on Climate Change come listen to this great panel discussion! 6pm
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My_Waterfront Mar 16
Don't get the Sunday Blues this weekend with March Break ending! Head out to for all kinds of fun
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