Public Lecture at Lunenburg School of the Arts

Public Lecture at Lunenburg School of the Arts

“Some of the Oldest Houses in English Canada”
by Syd Dumaresq Friday, March 3, at 7:00 pm 
6 Prince Street, Lunenburg,NS

Nova Scotia was first settled by Acadians in 1604. Even seven generations later, when Lunenburg was founded the area we now know as Canada was sparsely settled. Toronto for example had a French trading post in 1750 but was only ceded to the English in 1788, nearly 40 years after Lunenburg was settled.

By extension, some of the oldest houses in English Canada are in Lunenburg County.

Join us as Syd Dumaresq gives an entertaining and informal walk through the Lunenburg County he loves, presenting some of the oldest houses in English Canada.

This is a FREE event.

Our mailing address is:

Lunenburg School of the Arts

6 Prince St.
PO Box 610

Lunenburg, Nova Scotia B0J 2C0