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Explore Lunenburg – a UNESCO World Heritage Site, National Historic District, winner of the Communities in Bloom most beautiful small town in Canada, Prettiest Painted Places in Canada, Port City of the Year and Society of American Travel Writers’ awards. Picturesque Lunenburg lies nestled along the scenic shores of southern Nova Scotia one hour from Halifax and the international airport. Experience our way of life and work amidst historic architecture, attractions and amenities. For more information, please contact us at 902-634-4410.
Student art blended beautifully into the streetscape of downtown Lunenburg during an exhibition on Febuary 25th.
Bluenose Academy Grade 7 students worked on the project with Andrew Maize, former NSCAD Studios Lunenburg resident. They've been working since January to design and build life size cardboard models of everyday objects seen on the streets of Lunenburg. The art is inspired by an exhibition at the Art Gallery of NS showcasing the work of Hendrika Sonneburg and Chris Hanson. The project is funded by the AGNS outreach program, ArtSmarts.
Rebekah Gass, Maddie Beck, Laura Eisner, Josee Dionne, (missing: Natalie Pittman) and Andrew Maize, Project Leader
Kaden Booth, Michael Nodding and Aaron Mosher
Colby Cook, Colby Stoodley, Ethan Clark, Dean Coreschi and Ryan Grace
(Missing: Zack Stewart)
Mayor Rachel Bailey, along with MP Gerald Keddy, the 3 MLA's from Lunenburg County, the Honourable Mark
Congratulations to Bailly's Fuels Ltd.and New Voice Language Academy for earning top honours in their respective categories at the Lunenburg/Queens Business Excellence Awards ceremony held in Bridgewater Feb. 17, 2014. Bailly's Fuels was recognized as the best Small Business of the year and New Voice Language Academy was the winner in the Entrepreneurial category. The Lunenburg business community was well represented with three other businesses being recognized as nominees.
Pierre & Lynne owners/distillers at the Ironworks Distillery are pleased to announce that they have captured five gold medals at an International Spirits Competition in London UK. Attached is a press release with all the details and contact information.
Congratulations on a world class product!
The Town regrets to advise that our Heritage Manger, Henry Cary will be leaving his position with the Town on February 14th to take a position as an archaeologist with an environmental consultancy based in Calgary, Alberta. We wish to take this opportunity to thank Henry for his work with the Town and wish him all the best with his new job. Existing staff will take over Henry's duties in the short term. For more information please call 634-4410.