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Saturday, March 4
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, March 4
11:00am - 2:00pm

Mardi Gras is back!!! After a 2 year hiatus due to COVID restrictions, Mardi Gras returns to Bluenose Academy!

HUGE bouncy attractions, games, silent auction, cake walk, canteen and MUCH MORE! All in support of school trips and school equipment at Bluenose Academy in Lunenburg!

Goodwill donation entry for adults

Children entry FREE!

$10 per bracelet for the Inflatable zone

Saturday, March 4
2:00pm - 4:00pm

Come and join the South Shore Chorale and celebrate the return of light. Our new director, Amelia McMahon, has set a challenging programme for us.

Satursday March 4 at 2pm  Bridgewater St Paul's Lutheran Church

Sunday March 5 at 2pm Lunenburg Central United Church 

Tickets are $15 advance purchase, from choir members or Buchanan's Music in Mahone Bay, Kinley's Drug Store in Lunenburg, or Pharmasave in Bridgewater. $20 at the door. Students $10 and 12 and under free.

Saturday, March 4
7:30pm - 10:30pm

We have the perfect cure for the winter blues!

Join us for a night of hilarity at the Chester Basin Legion, as host Joe Harfouche welcomes a stable of some of Halifax’s finest comedians onto the stage.

This will be a fantastic, family-friendly night of hilarious stand-up comedy, right here on the South Shore. Keep an eye on our website as we announce our line-up, and make plans to add a night of laughter to your calendar this March.

Tickets are available online at www.chesterplayhouse.ca or by calling the Box Office at (902) 275-3933.

Sunday, March 5
2:00pm - 4:00pm

Come and join the South Shore Chorale and celebrate the return of light. Our new director, Amelia McMahon, has set a challenging programme for us.

Satursday March 4 at 2pm  Bridgewater St Paul's Lutheran Church

Sunday March 5 at 2pm Lunenburg Central United Church 

Tickets are $15 advance purchase, from choir members or Buchanan's Music in Mahone Bay, Kinley's Drug Store in Lunenburg, or Pharmasave in Bridgewater. $20 at the door. Students $10 and 12 and under free.

Wednesday, March 8
12:00pm - 5:00pm

Spring Pop Up Market at Indian Point Fire Hall

From Monday Feb 6 to Wed March 15 12pm-5pm

Thursday, March 9
12:00pm - 5:00pm

Spring Pop Up Market at Indian Point Fire Hall

From Monday Feb 6 to Wed March 15 12pm-5pm

Friday, March 10
12:00pm - 5:00pm

Spring Pop Up Market at Indian Point Fire Hall

From Monday Feb 6 to Wed March 15 12pm-5pm

Saturday, March 11
7:00am - 10:30am

Breakfast. Parkdale Maplewood Hall. March 11, from 7:00 - 10:30 am. Menu" pancakes with real local maple syrup, bacon, eggs, toast and beverages. Adults $12.00; youth 5 - 12 years - $6.00; under 5 years - free. Info: Joanne 902-644-2877.

Saturday, March 11
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, March 11
9:30am - 4:30pm

Come out for March Break on the farm and enjoy some Tasty Treats. Sample homemade ice cream in the farm workshop, in Rosebank Cottage decorated a cookie. Don’t forget to drop by the barn and see our farm animals. Take part in a fun artifact hunt.

Hot chocolate will be served. Weather permitting, there will be sleigh /wagon rides.

 March 11th & 12th, March 15th &19th

Saturday, March 11
12:00pm - 5:00pm

Spring Pop Up Market at Indian Point Fire Hall

From Monday Feb 6 to Wed March 15 12pm-5pm

Sunday, March 12
9:30am - 4:30pm

Come out for March Break on the farm and enjoy some Tasty Treats. Sample homemade ice cream in the farm workshop, in Rosebank Cottage decorated a cookie. Don’t forget to drop by the barn and see our farm animals. Take part in a fun artifact hunt.

Hot chocolate will be served. Weather permitting, there will be sleigh /wagon rides.

 March 11th & 12th, March 15th &19th

Monday, March 13
12:00pm - 4:00pm

​FREE March Break Family Fun Day at HB Studios

Fun for the whole family sponsored by the Bridgewater And Area Lions Club

Food donation appreciated

Wednesday, March 15
12:00pm - 5:00pm

Spring Pop Up Market at Indian Point Fire Hall

From Monday Feb 6 to Wed March 15 12pm-5pm

Friday, March 17
4:30pm - 6:30pm

The East Dalhousie Community Club (1481 East Dalhousie Rd) is hosting a St. Patrick’s Day dinner on Friday, March 17 from 4:30-6:30 pm. This eat-in or take out dinner, consisting of Irish Stew, Irish Soda Bread and dessert, must be pre-ordered and pre-paid.  Cost of the dinner is $15 per person or 2 for $25. Contact Chris Power at 902-547-2081 or by email at Eastdalcc@gmail.com to order.

Friday, March 17
4:30pm - 11:00pm

St Patrick's day Pub Night at Vogler's Cove Community Hall

Doors open March 17th at 430 pm. Music starts at 7pm. Pub grub, Cash bar, darts

Friday, March 17
8:00pm - 11:00pm

Yes you heard that right.. what a way to bring in St. Patty's Day then to pop on over and listen to some good tunes.

8pm Live Music by Zac Miller
$2 cover
Snacks from Sizzle Stick available
Don't forget, green beer!

Interests Music Beer
Saturday, March 18
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, March 18
9:30am - 4:30pm

Come out for March Break on the farm and enjoy some Tasty Treats. Sample homemade ice cream in the farm workshop, in Rosebank Cottage decorated a cookie. Don’t forget to drop by the barn and see our farm animals. Take part in a fun artifact hunt.

Hot chocolate will be served. Weather permitting, there will be sleigh /wagon rides.

 March 11th & 12th, March 15th &19th

Sunday, March 19
9:30am - 4:30pm

Come out for March Break on the farm and enjoy some Tasty Treats. Sample homemade ice cream in the farm workshop, in Rosebank Cottage decorated a cookie. Don’t forget to drop by the barn and see our farm animals. Take part in a fun artifact hunt.

Hot chocolate will be served. Weather permitting, there will be sleigh /wagon rides.

 March 11th & 12th, March 15th &19th

Friday, March 24
7:00pm - 9:30pm

In less than two weeks, Musique Royale welcomes seventeen performers from Montreal, both from Ensemble ArtChoral, and Ensemble Caprice, for "Vivaldi, Gloria!", including vocal soloists, ensemble singers, and instrumentalists, all led by director Matthias Maute.

Location is St John's Anglican Church, Lunenburg  

Date  Friday march 24 at 7pm

Admission: $35 at the door ($30 advance rate), students pay $10 at the door. Tickets at musiqueroyale.com.

Interests Music Kid Friendly
Saturday, March 25
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, March 25
9:30am - 4:30pm

We don’t tap a lot of trees at Ross Farm Museum, but we still have fun with maple syrup. Sample maple syrup and pancakes in the hearth room in the learning centre, learn about the process of tapping trees, collecting sap and boiling sap down over an outdoor fire. The farm workshop, Rosebank cottage and Ross barn are also opened

Enjoy a sweet day at the museum.

Saturday, March 25
2:00pm - 6:00pm

Digital Events Coordinator Liana Oh will be presenting a video at DesBrisay Museum March 25 marking the 106th anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge. The video based on a script by Bridgewater author John Cunningham is scheduled for 2 p.m. It tells of the role of a specialized military battalion played with the four divisions of the Canadian Corps in preparing for the battle. Supply lines to the hills had to be quicky built and repaired to bring in the troops and guns. Much of this work was done by the so-called "handymen of the army"-the pioneers. But their contribution to Canada's outstanding victory was considerable. And men from Bridgewater were very much a part of these often underrecognized battalions.

Interests Heritage
Saturday, April 1
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, April 8
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, April 15
9:00am - 12:00pm

Indoor Farmers Market at the Waldorf School during the winter months.

Starting January 7th 9am-noon

All welcome

Saturday, April 22
6:30pm - 8:00pm

Hypnotist Show with Ian Stewart.

April 22, 2023
at the Michelin Social Club, Logan Road

Bar: 6:30-8:00

show: 8:00 pm

Advance tickets
$15 (call 902-644-2851)

At the door: $18

Sponsored by the
New Germany & Area Lions and the Michelin Social Club.

Interests
Saturday, April 29
7:30pm - 9:30pm

For over 25 years, The Ennis Sisters have been connecting to audiences across the world. From arts centres in their home province of Newfoundland and Labrador to performing for International leaders and delegates at the 75th anniversary of D-Day on Juno Beach, their harmonies resonate with us all. Flavoured by Celtic and traditional Newfoundland influences, Maureen, Karen, and Teresa are known for their captivating sibling harmonies and their powerful, often humourous, storytelling.

Saturday, April 29th, 2023:

Tickets are $35 ($17.50 for those 25 years and under).
Doors open at 6:45pm, 7:30pm show time

Interests Music
Saturday, May 6
9:00pm - 11:30pm

MayFly Dance Featuring Ruth Manning and the Prospectors- May 6th at New Ross Legion, 64 Forties Rd, New Ross, NS.

From 9pm to 12:30am. Cover charge $5 member, $7 non-member. Dance $15 per person

Purchase at the Legion in New Ross

Interests Music Beer
Thursday, June 1
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, June 2
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, June 3
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, June 4
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, June 5
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, June 6
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, June 7
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, June 8
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, June 9
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, June 10
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, June 11
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, June 12
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, June 13
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, June 14
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, June 15
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, June 16
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, June 17
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, June 18
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, June 19
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, June 20
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, June 21
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, June 22
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, June 23
All day event

Come one! Come all! Liverpool Privateer Days is finally back!!! Step back in time to 1780! Full schedule of events can be found at: https://privateerdays.ca/schedule.html

Friday, June 23
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, June 24
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, June 25
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, June 26
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, June 27
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, June 28
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, June 29
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, June 30
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, July 1
All day event

We’re back! Let’s celebrate!

Enjoy the day overlooking the LaHave River with lots of activities, music, and food.

Free transit service will be available from 11:00 AM to midnight, thanks to the Bridgewater and Area Chamber of Commerce

Saturday, July 1
All day event

​Come down to New Germany to experience all we have to offer for our Canada Day celebrations, and don’t miss our famous fireworks in the evening!

Kids Parade, Food Vendors, Fireworks at 10:30pm 

Saturday, July 1
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, July 2
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, July 3
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, July 4
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, July 5
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, July 6
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, July 7
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, July 8
10:00am - 5:00pm

A Lunenburg Signature Event celebrating regional cultural heritage, creativity and craftsmanship!

Dates and Show Hours:

July 8th: 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

July 9th: 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Admission for Craft & Food Festival

Adults – $6.00

Student/Senior – $5.00

Children 12 and under – FREE

A portion of the admission proceeds will be donated to local children’s programs.

Come back again and again! Admission includes a weekend pass bracelet.

Follow us at : https://www.facebook.com/LunenburgCraftAndFoodFestival/

Saturday, July 8
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, July 9
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, July 10
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, July 11
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, July 12
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, July 13
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, July 14
10:00am - 5:00pm

Live Art at its finest; the Lunenburg Arts Fest hosts artists for a weekend of live art work and sales in beautiful Lunenburg, NS! This event takes place on the Fisheries Museum Wharf, Saturday July 15 and Sunday July 16, 2023.

In addition to traditional painting en plein air, non-plein air artists can also register to demonstrate and sell their work in many tented areas on the wharf.

A Studio Tour component has been added this year which invites artists in their studios or galleries within the Lunenburg boundary, to open their doors and join the festival!

As the Lunenburg Art Gallery Society proudly celebrates a BIG 50 year anniversary, we invite everyone to join our celebration at this annual event!

The Lunenburg Arts Fest is an exciting annual painting en plein air event formerly known as Paint Sea On Site, which the Lunenburg Art Gallery Society has successfully hosted for 21 years with the exception of 2020 due to COVID.

General Public Admission as always is FREE!

Friday, July 14
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, July 15
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, July 16
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, July 17
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, July 18
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, July 19
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, July 20
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, July 21
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, July 22
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, July 23
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, July 24
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, July 25
All day event

Located on 43 acres of land in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia, the South Shore Exhibition is the largest Agricultural Exhibition in the province. We have been operating an exhibition since 1891. The Board of Directors, Manager and Staff strives to provide you with a summer experience like no other, with good old-fashioned horse & oxen pulls, light horse competitions, show horse events, arts & crafts, 4-H displays and competitions, beef & poultry displays, kids petting zoo, live music and performances from local groups in our Main Building, vendors selling their wares, big name country music Saturday and rock on Friday on our Main Stage, and the parade always kicks off the week on Tuesday at 6 p.m. Little Kid’s Got Talent for ages 4-11 at 2pm, Children’s day (Wednesday) with glitter tattoos, balloon twisting, kids characters, and other entertainment specifically for the kids (free for Kids 12 and under when accompanied by an adult), free admission everyday for kids 7 and under.

Campbell Amusements provides the midway with rides & games for people of all ages.

There are many food vendors available to satisfy any appetite, and so much more. There is something for every one in the family.

Tuesday, July 25
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, July 26
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, July 27
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, July 28
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, July 29
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, July 30
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, July 31
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, August 1
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, August 2
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, August 3
All day event

The Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival is a 4 day music festival from August 3-6th, 2022! Get your toes tappin’, grab your camera and get ready for four days of folk music fun for the whole family! Some of the best artists representing traditional and contemporary folk music, from both near and far, will grace stages throughout picturesque Lunenburg. Between salty breezes and sweet harmonies, you will quickly discover why we’re Nova Scotia’s longest running folk music festival. A full overview of the schedule can be found here

In-person at our office at 125 Montague Street, Lunenburg NS, online at Ticketpro or call 1-888-311-9090.

Thursday, August 3
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, August 4
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, August 5
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, August 6
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, August 7
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, August 8
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, August 9
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, August 10
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, August 11
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, August 12
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, August 13
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, August 14
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, August 15
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, August 16
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, August 17
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, August 18
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, August 19
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, August 20
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, August 21
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, August 22
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, August 23
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, August 24
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, August 25
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, August 26
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, August 27
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, August 28
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, August 29
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, August 30
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, August 31
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, September 1
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, September 2
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, September 3
2:00pm - 3:00pm

The 18th annual LaHave Folk Festival will take place on Sunday September 3th from 2-10 p.m. Located at #1136 Hwy 325 in Maitland, Lunenburg County (Between Bridgewater and Blockhouse). It is a wonderful, whimsical exhibit of a variety of art forms produced by artists from all over the world. This years musical line-up offers a diversity of musical genres.

Sunday, September 3
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, September 4
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, September 5
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, September 6
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, September 7
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, September 8
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, September 9
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, September 10
2:00pm - 3:00pm

Join us at the Fisherman’s Memorial site (the compass Rose on the waterfront) for the Annual memorial to honour those we lost at sea.

Sunday, September 10
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, September 11
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, September 12
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, September 13
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, September 14
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, September 15
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, September 16
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, September 17
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, September 18
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, September 19
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, September 20
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, September 21
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, September 22
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, September 23
10:00am - 5:00pm

The Annual Mahone Bay Scarecrow Festival is Saturday September 23 and 24 at various locations in the Mahone Bay town.

Scarecrows will be on display throughout the town starting on Friday the 22rd to Oct 10. This event includes an antique fair, quilters guild, pumpkin path, yard sales, legion breakfast, and much more.

Saturday, September 23
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, September 24
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, September 25
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, September 26
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, September 27
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, September 28
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, September 29
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, September 30
1:00pm - 2:00pm

Truth & Reconciliation Day at the Hank Snow Museum on September 30

Hosted by Elle Michael

Special guests are Elder Alan Knockwood / Guest speakers to be announced/ Chief Deb Robinson/ MLA Kim Masland

Singing and Drumming/ Showcase of Dance styles & Ko’jua

All welcome no matter your age

Evening entertainment with AlanSyllboy and the Thundermakers with special Guest Morgan Toney!

Sunday, October 1
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, October 2
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, October 3
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, October 4
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, October 5
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, October 6
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, October 7
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Sunday, October 8
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Monday, October 9
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Tuesday, October 10
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Wednesday, October 11
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Thursday, October 12
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Friday, October 13
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website

Saturday, October 14
8:00pm - 9:00pm

Tour begins outside the Mariner King Inn (15 King Street) and winds its way gently up to Hillcrest Cemetery on Gallow’s Hill, with a stop at St. John’s Anglican Church along the way. The outing is open for all ages but parents are asked to use their best judgement and consider the suitability of their child for such a tour.

Your guide will fill your head with colourful tales of hangings, hauntings, superstitions, and sightings.

For a tour schedule and booking information please check the website