|Hector Exhibit Centre|
Balmoral Grist Mill, Creamery Square Heritage Centre, Fundy Geological Museum, Sutherland Steam Mill, Wallace and Area Museum, and the Pictou County Genealogy & Heritage Society (which operates the Hector Exhibit Centre). Each attendee gave a brief update on the goings-on at their museum and everyone was very interested in comparing visitor stats from the season. Paul Collins spoke about the government programs undergoing review, and Anita brought everyone up to speed on various federal and provincial issues. As this was the first meeting in awhile, the group talked a lot about what they want to get out of these meetings, and even brainstormed on possible collaborative work.
|Dayle and Shirley checking out some archival records during a break|
|wreck wood from the Titanic and the Conley broadax|
|made in Nova Scotia display|
If you are a heritage organization located in the Northeast you are more than welcome to attend these meetings. The next one is scheduled for April 28th in Tatamagouche. We hope to see you there!