The History of Nova Scotia Architecture - Salt box Talk Lecture Series
Nova Scotia is a treasure chest of many varieties or architecture beginning in the French colonial Period of the 17th century, to the late 18th century Dutch and Georgian styles of the loyalists found along the Atlantic Coast. The locally built vernacular to the grandeur of Neo Classical and Victorian designs, not to mention Revival architecture, provide only sample of the different styles of architecture we will be exploring during this lecture. Cost $6.00 per lecture – To reserve a space, please call Dawn at (902) 532- 2168 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Light refreshments will be served.
North Hills Museum,
5065 Granville Road, Granville Ferry, Nova Scotia, Canada