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Annapolis Valley Links

 

 

Annapolis Valley's Regional School Board

 

The Annapolis Valley Regional School Board (AVRSB) covers the area from Mount Uniacke in Hants County to Bear River, Annapolis County

 

Annapolis Valley's Regional Library

 

The Annapolis Valley Regional Library is one of 9 regional library systems in Nova Scotia, Canada, and was established in April of 1949.
The area includes Annapolis County, Kings County and the District of West Hants and is approximately 6,643 square kilometres in size.

 

Annapolis Valley Health Authority

 

Annapolis Valley Health serves a population of approximately 85,000, consists of six facilities and offers primary care, specialty services, health promotion and education to our communities.

 

Apple Blossom Festival

 

The Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival is a springtime celebration of our traditions and agricultural heritage. The aim is to promote the best family event for all Valley communities and visitors making it the leading festival in Atlantic Canada.

 

Annapolis Valley Hiking Trails

 

If hiking is your passion then visit this site.

 

Explore The Annapolis Valley

 

Nestled between South Mountain and the Bay of Fundy lies the fertile Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia's farming center.  Follow the Evangeline Trail as it winds through acres of apple orchards and fields of corn.  Or explore the coastal roads along the Bay of Fundy shoreline, stopping to visit the plentiful lighthouses or the magnificent (and towering!) Acadian churches along the French shore.  From fishing to farming, the Annapolis Valley offers plenty to see and do.

 

County of Kings

 

The Municipality of the County of Kings is located on the beautiful Bay of Fundy, approximately one hour west of Halifax, Nova Scotia’s capital city.
Much of the Municipality is made up of the fertile Annapolis Valley, Nova Scotia’s richest agricultural region and home to close to 50,000 people.

 

County of Annapolis

 

The Municipality of the County of Annapolis and information on it's many departments and recreational facilities.

 

Annapolis Valley Museums

 

Nova Scotia Museum (NSM) is the corporate name for the most decentralized museum in Canada - 27 museums across the province, including over 200 historic buildings, living history sites, vessels, specialized museums and close to a million artifacts and specimens.

 

Acadia University

 

Located in the town of Wolfville, Acadia University #1 in Maclean's.

 

Upper Clements Park

 

As Nova Scotia’s premiere fun park destination, Upper Clements Parks delivers thrilling rides, amazing wildlife and delightful family entertainment, all in an enjoyable outdoor atmosphere.

 

Kings Transit

 

We operate in Annapolis County between the towns of Bridgetown, Annapolis Royal and Greenwood. Our Service also extends to Cornwallis Park and Upper Clements Park, as well as Digby County to Weymouth.

 

Grand Pre Wines

 

At Domaine de Grand Pré, we take great pride in making the finest Nova Scotia wines. We have worked hard to develop special Nova Scotian wines that are unlike any others in the region and whose crisp flavour comes from using only 100 per cent grapes. We have created unique varieties that are suited to the Maritime region. We grow specialty grapes that were developed for Nova Scotia climate and landscape. The results are apparent in our array of award-winning vintages, which wine lovers across Canada and around the world appreciate.

 

Wines of Nova Scotia

 

The Grape Growers Association of Nova Scotia was established in 1982. Nova Scotia boasts 22 grape growers and 400 acres of grapes The first varieties to show promise in Nova Scotia were French hybrids: Marechal Foch, DeChaunac, Castel 19637, Baco Noir, Leon Millot, and Seyval Blanc. Two Russian hybrids, Mischurnitz and Severnyi, which are amurensis crosses, were also of interest for early ripening, high sugar content, good production and winter hardiness.

 

Acadian Genealogy

 

Search your Acadian heritage

 

Evangeline Trail Tourism Association

 

 

Destination Southwest Nova Scotia encompasses the Evangeline Trail and the Lighthouse Route. These historic lands wind through the Annapolis Valley along the phenomenal Bay of Fundy and the Acadian Shore, passing lush rolling fields and wilderness back country to the picturesque seaport of Yarmouth. Then travel onward to the vast sandy beaches, secluded coves, fishing ports and lighthouses of the South Shore.

 

Annapolis River Project

 

The Clean Annapolis River Project (CARP) is a charitable, community-based, non-governmental organization incorporated in 1990 to work with the community and organizations to promote awareness about, and to foster the conservation, restoration and sustainable use of the marine and freshwater ecosystems of the Annapolis River Watershed.

 

Ski Martock

 

Whoever coined the expression winter blahs has never been here! Ski Martock and Cottage Country have teamed up to provide the perfect escape to winter fun in Nova Scotia. Reserve your getaway early and make this your best winter ever!