Christmas House Tour Tea

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The Christmas House Tour and Tea was a great success, 99 tickets were sold and the Tea was very well attended. The church, houses and the Lloyd Memorial  Centre were decorated by the Committee members using a variety of themes and a great deal of talent.  Numerous residents supplied sandwiches and bake goods for the tea. Congratulations to Helen Burns, winner of the Christmas Gift Basket!

The KCA wishes to extent a sincere Thank You to everyone who helped with this event and to everyone who purchased a ticket.

To see the decorations at the Lloyd Memorial Centre  click on the following link:http://kingsport.ca/photo_album/christmas-house-tour-tea-2017/

The Lloyd Memorial Centre is a great place to rent this season if you are hosting too many people to fit around your table at home! It comes decorated with a Christmas tree over the holiday season. http://kingsport.ca/businesses/lloyd-memorial-centre-available-for-rent/

 

New Roof for the Picnic Pavilion

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The roof of the Picnic Pavilion has needed replacing for a few years. Thanks to a grant from the Municipality of Kings County and financial reserves of the Kingsport Community Association the work is being completed this month by Acadia Roofing. The good news is that there isn’t any rot in the timbers so work was able to be done within budget. http://kingsport.ca/about-kingsport/minutes/

Canada 150 Chair

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Canada 150 Chair Project

A Front Row Seat to Canadian History

www.Canada150Chair.com

 

Follow the travels of the Canada 150 chair as it moved through Kingsport this summer.http://kingsport.ca/photo_album/canada-150-chair/

Canada 150 Chair Project Kings County Museum

We have asked local photographers to record the places that inspire them and include you in thepicture because…. ♫ this chair is your chair, this chair is my chair, from 1867 until 2017 this chair was made for you and me♫.  Made by the hands of our ancestors it has supported Nova Scotians for 150 years and now it is time for this little chair to travel throughout the length and breadth of our beloved Province to take a front row seat in the places that we collectively cherish/chairish. 

 

A chair with history!

This chair is believed to have been made by a local craftsman around the time of Confederation.  In 2016 it was rescued from the spring clean-up in Gaspereau, Nova Scotia.  It was restored by Bill Zinck and Bill Naylor.  With the approach of Canada 150    Celebrations in 2017 Kings County Museum Curator Bria Stokesbury asked local artist Victoria Marston to transform this little chair into a contemporary symbol to commemorate this historic year in the life of our country.  Local photographers will be asked to create a visual celebration of the chair in locations of importance to them, and all Nova Scotians.  The images will then be collected and shared on the Canada150Chair website.

Want to take part? 

 

New Board Members for KCA

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Tuesday evening November 14th, the Annual General Meeting and election of Board Members was held at the Lloyd Memorial Centre.  Howard Eaton conducted the election again this year. The following is a list of elected  Members and their positions on the Board.

Executive (4)

Charlene MacLellan, Returning President

Sarah Hayes, Newly elected Vice-President

Liz Huyer, Returning Secretary

Merle MacDonald, Returning Treasurer

Members at Large (6)

Returning:

George Barkhouse

Valerie Simmons

Newly Elected:

Alex Kehoe

Brenda Parker

Al Smith

Jan White

The Board wishes to thank everyone who served on the KCA Board of Directors last year and  all the volunteers who made it such a successful year. Kingsport is a better place to live thanks to our many volunteers.