"Argyle Fine Arts" plain in our web-site in category Art Galleries in Halifax. For a letter, use the address 1584 Argyle St, Halifax, Nova Scotia B3J 2B3, Halifax, NOVA-SCOTIA B3J 2B3. You can call the company by phone Argyle Fine Arts (902) 425-9456.
Located at the Halifax Seaport, the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 tells the broader story of Canadian immigration, from hundreds of years ago to the present day. Step into the past and experience what it was like to immigrate through Pier 21 between 1928 and 1971.
Nova Scotia Casino Information. Nova Scotia has 11 casinos in which you'll find more than 774 slots and gaming machines. There are a total of 40 table games. Click a casino on the left for more information on a particular property. There is poker in Nova Scotia! You will find over 12 live poker tables to play at.
The Cole Harbour Heritage Farm Museum is a community museum dedicated to preserving and interpreting Cole Harbour's agricultural past, and to developing understanding of plants, animals and farming today. It is owned and operated by the Cole Harbour Rural Heritage Society, a registered charity which relies heavily on community support, volunteers and donations.
The Dartmouth Heritage Museum Society recognizes the support of the Province of Nova Scotia. We are pleased to work in partnership with the Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage to develop and promote our cultural resources for all Nova Scotians.
Q. What is Fort Needham Memorial Park? A. Fort Needham is a Memorial Park that was established by the Halifax Relief Commission in remembrance of the victims of the 1917 Halifax Explosion. It was deeded to the City of Halifax in 1942 and a park was built with the condition that it be used as a public park forever.
At the north end of the Grand Parade is the Halifax City Hall, the seat of municipal government in Nova Scotia's Halifax Regional Municipality. At the south end is St. Paul's Church. In the middle of Grand Parade is the cenotaph built originally to commemorate the soldiers who served in World War I.
September 3, 2016 - September 3, 2016 - 5:00 pm (B3J 3J6 Halifax Canada) ~GRANVILLE BLOCK PARTY FUN FAIR~ Saturday, September 3rd, from 5pm-9pm at the Granville Courtyard and in the Anna Leonowens Gallery there will be a block party fun fair for NSCAD’s orientation week!!!
HMCS Sackville is Canada’s oldest warship. This Naval Memorial and National Historic Site was a combat veteran of the Second World War. She is the last of Canada’s 123 corvettes, one of many convoy escort vessels built in Canada and the United Kingdom during the war.
Kiwanis is a global organization of volunteers dedicated to changing the world one child and one community at a time - locally and globally through Kiwanis Club-sponsored activities and programs. Kiwanis comprises 600,000 adult and youth members in 70 nations and geographic areas that serve children and communities worldwide.
Lake Charles is a lake located just 3.8 miles from Dartmouth, in Halifax County, in the province of Nova Scotia, Canada. Fishermen will find a variety of fish including smallmouth bass, brown trout and pickerel here. For Fishing License purchase, fishing rules, and fishing regulations please visit Nova Scotia Fish & Wildlife.
Lake Micmac is a small freshwater lake located in the Halifax Regional Municipality in Nova Scotia, Canada. Located entirely within the community of Dartmouth, Lake Micmac is also known as 'Second Lake' for its position in the Shubenacadie Canal system.
Catherine Allen will be offering two free, family friendly workshops during the exhibition where visitors are invited to draw self portraits which will be turned into pendants. These will be held in the gallery Saturday June 9 and 23 from 10am-12pm, call 902-492-2522 to RSVP. The creation of this work was generously supported by Arts Nova Scotia.
They call Dartmouth the city of lakes and this is a description of a paddle in one of its largest lakes; Morris Lake. There is a public boat launch at the northern end of the lake just off the Portland estates blvd. From the launch, paddle straight down the lake or approximately 3.5 km to the opposite end.
Pizza Girls in Dartmouth is conveniently located for us and is one of the better pizza places around where we live. The prices are reasonable and they have good combo's, the only complaint is it can get a bit pricey when you want extra cheese or a vegetarian topping like chicken. But the pizza tastes great.
Quaker House is restored and furnished to reflect its 1785 construction date. The house is a municipally and provincially registered historic site. It is representative of its construction period and reflective of the Nantucket Island domestic architecture from which it is derived.
Shubie Park has long been the Jewel of Dartmouth. Much the same as Point Pleasant Park is to peninsular Halifax. The big difference is that Shubie park also offers many more options. Shubie features a fully serviced campground, the only campground in Halifax city limits.
Trapped Halifax is located in the downtown core at 1313 Barrington street. We are conveniently located on the corner of Barrington and Morris street in the Renaissance south building. Trapped Halifax is easily accessible by car and public transit with metered parking along both sides of the building.