First writers camp a hit

Sherbrooke Village’s first Writers Camp wrapped up this past Sunday and it was a huge success. Many thanks for the success of the camp is owed to members of the Sherbrooke Village Writers Guild for the part they played in the newest learning program being offered by the Village. The inaugural camp featured instruction by […]

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Sherbrooke Village hosting Old Fashioned Christmas

Sherbrooke Village’s annual, award-winning Old Fashioned Christmas celebration will once again enchant visitors with a spectacular opening night tree lighting at a new location. The event will run on two consecutive weekends, Nov. 24-26 and Dec. 2-3. This year the official tree lighting has been relocated to St. James Presbyterian Church lawn at 7 p.m. […]

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Workers at Sherbrooke Village rally for fair contract

The people who help bring Sherbrooke Village to life for residents and visitors to come, learn, and explore the history of the community will be holding an information picket at the entrance gate to Sherbrooke Village on Thursday, Aug. 17 from 1 to 3 p.m. As members of the Nova Scotia Government & General Employees Union […]

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Sobey Family protects land on St. Mary’s River

SHERBROOKE – At a special public celebration in Sherbrooke on Saturday, David and Faye Sobey entrusted their 30-acre property on the St. Mary’s River to the care of the Nova Scotia Nature Trust. The property provides critical habitat for several endangered species but is also steeped in memories for the Sobey family who have been […]

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Indigenous Art Exhibit Opening at Sherbrooke Village

Visitors will have the opportunity to enjoy an Indigenous art exhibit at the Sherbrooke Village Exhibit Centre in Guysborough County. The exhibit will feature the work of artist Alan Syliboy and display pieces from Chelsea Brook, Loretta Gould, Amanda Julian, Darren Julian, Lorne Julien and Jay Red Bird. The exhibit is open from until September […]

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