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
Annual Lobster Supper
June 2, 5PM, 6PM, 7PM
Come share in our annual kick off the season with the last of the lobsters event. Sittings at 5:00, 6:00 and 7:00.PM For reservations please call 902.693.2112
Don't miss this truly Maritime experience! Tickets must be purchased in advance and are $30.00
Membership renewals will be accepted at this event.
Potluck and Talk
June 18, 6PM
Guest speaker :: Jonathon Gregorash from Swell Time Board Co. Enjoy an evening learning about the Surfing scene off our beautiful Atlantic coast.
Bring a dish to share and enjoy the talk!
Happy 150th, Canada!
Our flag day celebration at the historic Fort Point Museum in LaHave, Nova Scotia.