A Celebration of the LaHave River Community History
Located on a picturesque point at the mouth of the LaHave River, the ocean-side views are breath taking. This National Historic Site was the first capital of New France in 1632, the beginning steps of Acadian history in Canada. The quaint building on site was once a lighthouse keeper’s home and is part of Nova Scotia’s proud lighthouse heritage.
Today, the museum celebrates the LaHave community from the first inhabitants to the present day, with treasures, activities and stories that bring our past to life.
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What's Coming Up
Potluck and Talk
July 16, 6PM
Our speaker is Rev. Neil McEwan and Hon. Col. Dan Hennessey and he’ll be sharing stories of locals in the war. Bring a dish to share and enjoy the talk!
War Memorabilia Display
July 20 10AM-3PM
Dave Crocker from the Atlantic Canadian Red Ensign History Association presents a display honoring our wartime past and its soldiers; the display showcases uniforms, medals, rations, and photos. Local residents are also encouraged to share their stories with our summer staff as they compile a collection of oral histories.
Happy 150th, Canada!
Our flag day celebration at the historic Fort Point Museum in LaHave, Nova Scotia.