of our activities see our Events and Programs
Charles A. Burke, Senior Parks
Canada Archaeologist in Halifax, will give a
public talkabout a pioneering female aviator who
landed in Cape Breton on Wednesday, March 19.
Beryl Markham's small monoplane, The Messenger,
landed unexpectedly in Baleine, near Louisbourg,
in 1936.She began her perilous journey on Sept. 4,
departing the Abingdon Aerodome in England for New
York City.Completing the journey would put a
34-year-old Markham in the record books as the
first woman to solo pilot the dangerous westward
route from England to North America.
talk to the Wolfville and Area Historical Society
will take place at 7 p.m. in room 138 of the
Beveridge Arts Centre at Acadia University.
Ghost Walks Presents: A Spooky Sampling Indoor
A Collection of Ghosts
from: Wolfville, Kentville, Windsor, & Halls
Thursday, March 27th, 2014,
Manning Memorial Chapel, Acadia
Jerome the GraveKeeper is
delighted to share some of the greatest love
stories in the Valley. From the man who walked
across the Minas Basin ice for love to the woman
whose wedding dress was saved in the great Windsor
fire, you will hear stories of true love. However,
not all love stories are happy tales; you?ll learn
of: Turkish Harems, tragedy, and of course
This is an indoor show and is a
part fundraiser for the Randall House Museum.
Because of weather issues, this show was
originally scheduled for Feb 13th.
are $15 for adults, $10 for students and are
available at: Ticketpro.ca, all Ticketpro
locations (Box of Delights in Wolfville, Home
Hardware in Windsor, Wilson's Pharmasave in
Kentville & Berwick), and at the door.
692-8546 / Jerome@valleyghostwalks.com