“A Select Few: Recent Acquisitions to the Permanent Collection”
A tea cup made from Minas Basin Clay, jewellery fashioned from semi-precious seashore stones, a pipe crafted by the hands of a famous Mi’kmaw carver, and Kentville cough syrup are but a few of the treasures to discover in this mini-exhibit currently on display until the end of August.
Wedding Belles Bridal Shop” A display of vintage 20th Century Wedding dresses from the permanent collection. Visit us to see the evolution of styles of wedding dresses over the course of a century. Learn how to care for a treasured gown all this and more showing at the Kings County Museum from May 19th until the end of August.
“ 50’s Finery Junior Style”
In 1950 some 68 years ago the Apple Blossom attendant for Princess Middleton (Elizabeth Anderson) was a young lady named Carolyn (Pope) Clark. Her attendants dress, and pictures from the 1950 Festival, will be a special part of the existing Apple Blossom Festival Exhibit currently housed at the Kings County Museum in Kentville. This exhibit features royal memorabilia from past Festivals.