A bright future for the Medway Head Lighthouse …

… thanks to an Art Show

by Catherine Pincombe, 24-Sep-2016

20160819-28 Lighthouse Awareness Art ShowThe Lighthouse Awareness Art and Craft Show has become a major annual event in Port Medway, NS each August. The purpose of the show is to increase awareness of our lighthouses, showcase the impressive inspiration and talent of artists in the area and raise much needed funds for repairs and maintenance of the Medway Head Lighthouse.

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The 2017 Lighthouse Art Show Calendar is here!


Support the Medway Head Society in its efforts to maintain the Medway Head Lighthouse by purchasing a fundraising 2017 Lighthouse Art Show Calendar (only C$15 plus s/h).

They also make wonderful Christmas gifts for family and friends near and far. They are easy and inexpensive to package and post.

Order yours today by clicking here … or pick one up at The Port Grocer in Port Medway.

Lighthouse Awareness Art & Craft Show Open This Weekend 27/28-Aug-2016

The Lighthouse Awareness Art & Craft Show 2016 is coming to an end.

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Grab your chance to see the amazing exhibits from local artists and lighthouse enthusiast at The Warehouse in Port Medway, NS.

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The show is open this Saturday/Sunday, 27/28-Aug-2016 from 10am to 5pm.

CU there …

See details here

Lighthouse Awareness Art & Craft Show
@ The Warehouse
1677 Port Medway Rd, Port Medway, NS

Lighthouse Awareness Art & Craft Show 2016

What could be more evocative of coastal Nova Scotia than a lighthouse?

20160819-28 Lighthouse Awareness Art Show

Since the Federal Government has deemed over 500 lighthouses “surplus”, these iconic structures have been under a death sentence. Coastal communities are rallying to acquire and preserve these historic landmarks. The Medway Area Communities Association is taking on the responsibility of acquiring and maintaining the Medway Head Light in Port Medway.

There have been working lights at Medway Head since 1851. The currently operating pepper-shaker light is the fourth at this site, serving as a tangible link to Port Medway’s heritage as a thriving maritime community.