Carmichael-Stewart House opens for the season

NEW GLASGOW — Carmichael Stewart House has opened for the season. Located on Temperance Street, this summer the museum’s focus will be on the Riverside Cemetery. During the opening, guests were greeted by curator/summer student James Lees and Paul Lalande, president of the Pictou County Historical Society (PCHS). Lees presented an overview of historical information...

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Ready for the season

The Museum of Industry in Stellarton is preparing for a busy summer season with opening weekend being this weekend. Andrew Phillips, curator of education and public programs, left, was getting the museum’s print shop open with summer interpreters Paul LaLande, centre, and James McMullen. (Jardine photo)...

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Open for business

The Carmichael-Stewart House Museum officially opened its doors for the season on June 23. During his remarks at the reception, president of the Pictou County Historical Society’s Paul LaLande noted some upgrades at the museum this year. “It’s been a very momentous year in the Carmichael-Stewart House. We’ve had some changes. Some of you may...

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