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Sun. 14 Aug, 2022

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between

Tue. 2 Aug, 2022 1:00 pm - Wed. 31 Aug, 2022 4:00 pm

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between: An Exhibit on Acadian Language from Southwest Nova Scotia

On display at the Yarmouth County Museum (22 Collins Street) now until August 31
(Available for viewing during Museum hours, Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm)

A multi-discipline exhibit featuring; music, text, video and speech on the words, sayings, language and other forms of expression of the Acadian people of Southwest Nova Scotia. This exhibit is on display in honour of National Acadian Day (held every year on August 15)

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Coal Shed Music Festival

Fri. 12 Aug, 2022 12:00 pm - Sun. 14 Aug, 2022 10:00 pm

t's 2022 and this summer the Coal Shed Music Festival is back! Mark your calendars for the last three weekends of August.

This summer the waterfront will see performances once again on the following dates: August 12-14, August 19-21, and August 26-28.

Check our website for updates over the next few months: http://coalshedmusicfestival.com/index.html

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Mon. 15 Aug, 2022

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between

Tue. 2 Aug, 2022 1:00 pm - Wed. 31 Aug, 2022 4:00 pm

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between: An Exhibit on Acadian Language from Southwest Nova Scotia

On display at the Yarmouth County Museum (22 Collins Street) now until August 31
(Available for viewing during Museum hours, Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm)

A multi-discipline exhibit featuring; music, text, video and speech on the words, sayings, language and other forms of expression of the Acadian people of Southwest Nova Scotia. This exhibit is on display in honour of National Acadian Day (held every year on August 15)

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Tue. 16 Aug, 2022

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between

Tue. 2 Aug, 2022 1:00 pm - Wed. 31 Aug, 2022 4:00 pm

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between: An Exhibit on Acadian Language from Southwest Nova Scotia

On display at the Yarmouth County Museum (22 Collins Street) now until August 31
(Available for viewing during Museum hours, Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm)

A multi-discipline exhibit featuring; music, text, video and speech on the words, sayings, language and other forms of expression of the Acadian people of Southwest Nova Scotia. This exhibit is on display in honour of National Acadian Day (held every year on August 15)

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Wed. 17 Aug, 2022

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between

Tue. 2 Aug, 2022 1:00 pm - Wed. 31 Aug, 2022 4:00 pm

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between: An Exhibit on Acadian Language from Southwest Nova Scotia

On display at the Yarmouth County Museum (22 Collins Street) now until August 31
(Available for viewing during Museum hours, Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm)

A multi-discipline exhibit featuring; music, text, video and speech on the words, sayings, language and other forms of expression of the Acadian people of Southwest Nova Scotia. This exhibit is on display in honour of National Acadian Day (held every year on August 15)

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24th Annual Shark Scramble

Wed. 17 Aug, 2022 9:00 am - Sat. 20 Aug, 2022 5:00 am

The Yarmouth Shark Scramble is an annual event held in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Started in 1998 by Bob Gavel, hundreds of participants on over a dozen vessels compete each year to catch the largest shark.

In the 2004 Shark Scramble, a Canadian Record Shortfin Mako Shark was landed weighing in at 1083 lbs and measuring 11 ft 3”. A life-size Replica of this Canadian Record Shark will be placed on the Yarmouth Waterfront this summer and unveiled during the weigh-ins of the 2021 YSS Tournament (see photo of replica below).

Dates are August 17th – 20th, with the weigh-ins taking place at 12:00pm on August 20th, 2022, there will lots of children activities taking place that day on the waterfront as well.

Shark

Thu. 18 Aug, 2022

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between

Tue. 2 Aug, 2022 1:00 pm - Wed. 31 Aug, 2022 4:00 pm

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between: An Exhibit on Acadian Language from Southwest Nova Scotia

On display at the Yarmouth County Museum (22 Collins Street) now until August 31
(Available for viewing during Museum hours, Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm)

A multi-discipline exhibit featuring; music, text, video and speech on the words, sayings, language and other forms of expression of the Acadian people of Southwest Nova Scotia. This exhibit is on display in honour of National Acadian Day (held every year on August 15)

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24th Annual Shark Scramble

Wed. 17 Aug, 2022 9:00 am - Sat. 20 Aug, 2022 5:00 am

The Yarmouth Shark Scramble is an annual event held in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Started in 1998 by Bob Gavel, hundreds of participants on over a dozen vessels compete each year to catch the largest shark.

In the 2004 Shark Scramble, a Canadian Record Shortfin Mako Shark was landed weighing in at 1083 lbs and measuring 11 ft 3”. A life-size Replica of this Canadian Record Shark will be placed on the Yarmouth Waterfront this summer and unveiled during the weigh-ins of the 2021 YSS Tournament (see photo of replica below).

Dates are August 17th – 20th, with the weigh-ins taking place at 12:00pm on August 20th, 2022, there will lots of children activities taking place that day on the waterfront as well.

Shark

Committee of the Whole Council Meeting

Thu. 18 Aug, 2022 3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

Agenda and Livestream information are available here: https://www.townofyarmouth.ca/agenda-and-minutes-livestream.html

Fri. 19 Aug, 2022

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between

Tue. 2 Aug, 2022 1:00 pm - Wed. 31 Aug, 2022 4:00 pm

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between: An Exhibit on Acadian Language from Southwest Nova Scotia

On display at the Yarmouth County Museum (22 Collins Street) now until August 31
(Available for viewing during Museum hours, Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm)

A multi-discipline exhibit featuring; music, text, video and speech on the words, sayings, language and other forms of expression of the Acadian people of Southwest Nova Scotia. This exhibit is on display in honour of National Acadian Day (held every year on August 15)

62e93ad6c8909 acadian exhibit 1 1

24th Annual Shark Scramble

Wed. 17 Aug, 2022 9:00 am - Sat. 20 Aug, 2022 5:00 am

The Yarmouth Shark Scramble is an annual event held in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Started in 1998 by Bob Gavel, hundreds of participants on over a dozen vessels compete each year to catch the largest shark.

In the 2004 Shark Scramble, a Canadian Record Shortfin Mako Shark was landed weighing in at 1083 lbs and measuring 11 ft 3”. A life-size Replica of this Canadian Record Shark will be placed on the Yarmouth Waterfront this summer and unveiled during the weigh-ins of the 2021 YSS Tournament (see photo of replica below).

Dates are August 17th – 20th, with the weigh-ins taking place at 12:00pm on August 20th, 2022, there will lots of children activities taking place that day on the waterfront as well.

Shark

Coal Shed Music Festival

Fri. 19 Aug, 2022 12:00 pm - Sun. 21 Aug, 2022 10:00 pm

It's 2022 and this summer the Coal Shed Music Festival is back! Mark your calendars for the last three weekends of August.

This summer the waterfront will see performances once again on the following dates: August 12-14, August 19-21, and August 26-28.

Check our website for updates over the next few months: http://coalshedmusicfestival.com/index.html

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Sat. 20 Aug, 2022

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between

Tue. 2 Aug, 2022 1:00 pm - Wed. 31 Aug, 2022 4:00 pm

From Pubnico to Clare and all the Words in Between: An Exhibit on Acadian Language from Southwest Nova Scotia

On display at the Yarmouth County Museum (22 Collins Street) now until August 31
(Available for viewing during Museum hours, Monday-Saturday, 9am-5pm)

A multi-discipline exhibit featuring; music, text, video and speech on the words, sayings, language and other forms of expression of the Acadian people of Southwest Nova Scotia. This exhibit is on display in honour of National Acadian Day (held every year on August 15)

62e93ad6c8909 acadian exhibit 1 1

24th Annual Shark Scramble

Wed. 17 Aug, 2022 9:00 am - Sat. 20 Aug, 2022 5:00 am

The Yarmouth Shark Scramble is an annual event held in Yarmouth, Nova Scotia. Started in 1998 by Bob Gavel, hundreds of participants on over a dozen vessels compete each year to catch the largest shark.

In the 2004 Shark Scramble, a Canadian Record Shortfin Mako Shark was landed weighing in at 1083 lbs and measuring 11 ft 3”. A life-size Replica of this Canadian Record Shark will be placed on the Yarmouth Waterfront this summer and unveiled during the weigh-ins of the 2021 YSS Tournament (see photo of replica below).

Dates are August 17th – 20th, with the weigh-ins taking place at 12:00pm on August 20th, 2022, there will lots of children activities taking place that day on the waterfront as well.

Shark

Coal Shed Music Festival

Fri. 19 Aug, 2022 12:00 pm - Sun. 21 Aug, 2022 10:00 pm

It's 2022 and this summer the Coal Shed Music Festival is back! Mark your calendars for the last three weekends of August.

This summer the waterfront will see performances once again on the following dates: August 12-14, August 19-21, and August 26-28.

Check our website for updates over the next few months: http://coalshedmusicfestival.com/index.html

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Town of Yarmouth

 This is an exciting time for the Town of Yarmouth. By working together, we can meet today’s challenges and build a better future.”

Pam Mood

Contacts

Town of Yarmouth
400 Main Street
Yarmouth, B5A 1G2

  (902) 742-2521
  (902) 742-6244

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