RECENT PAST EVENTS
During Scarecrow Festival, the museum will have free kids activities and crafts while supplies last until the last day of the season on October 7th.
Our Annual General Meeting occurred on Tuesday June 27th at 6:30pm at the Museum and online. For more information or to access our Annual Report, see our most recent email to supporters and members by CLICKING HERE.
It’s back! The in-person version of our Home & Garden tour is June 10 & 11, 2023. For more information, click here
Join us for the Rum Runners’ Ball: dinner theater celebrating Mahone Bay history and benefiting the Museum.
Tickets are $75 each and available for purchase:
At the Mug & Anchor Pub –CASH SALES ONLY– drop in or phone 902.624.6378 – ask for Heather
For Etransfer details, contact a Museum volunteer at mahonebaymuseumEVENTS@gmail.com or phone 902.399.8559. Please DO NOT transfer money to this email address. Just give a call or send an email for instructions.
Join us on August 3rd from 6:30pm to 7:30pm at Mahone Bay’s St. James Anglican Church for a presentation by Dr. Kenneth S. Paulsen on the Anglican, Lutheran, and Calvinist origins of faith in Mahone Bay, Lunenburg, and surrounding area.
Masks will be required in the Church during the presentation.
Admission is by donation at the door. Proceeds will be evenly split between the Mahone Bay Founders Society and the South Shore Genealogical Society.
RSVPs are highly encouraged, as seating is limited.
Email your name to email@example.com to reserve your seat!
If you are not able to attend this in-person event in Mahone Bay, contact us for more information regarding a recording of the presentation we hope to make available online after the event.
Virtual Home & Garden Tour 2021
Already bought your ticket and enjoyed the tour? Consider making an additional donation here: https://mahonebaymuseum.com/product-category/hgtourdonations/
ARTsea online art auction was held May 13-16, 2021 at trellis.org/artseaonlineauction
Online Event Launched March 26, 2021: Mahone Bay’s Connection to the Bluenose: Charles Begin and Freeman Mader
We’re so pleased to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the launching of the “Bluenose” in Lunenburg with this video featuring information on two of it’s Mahone Bay riggers: Charles Begin and Freeman Mader. Special thanks to the descendants of these two men for providing additional information and images to this project.
Online Event Launched December 1, 2020: The History of Alice Hagen Video
Online Event Launched October 31, 2020: Two Halloween Videos
June 11, 2019 was our Annual General Meeting
Download our full AGM report here: FINAL Draft of 2018-2019 Mahone Bay Founders Society AGM report