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Events 2004

Celebrating Mahone Bay's 250th Anniversary

June 19, 2004 - The Reenactment, Mahone Bay
June 19, 2004 - Reenactment Day

  • October 1 - 3, 2004 (during the Scarecrow Festival), 6:30 and 8:00 p.m.
    Ghosts and Gables Walking Tours
    Temperance in a Teapot is the latest of the Ghosts & Gables series of historical/theatrical walking tours of Mahone Bay. Meet the former residents of the town: the man with the veil, the rum runner, the head of the local Temperance Union, and others who tell their tales from the lanes, parks, and front porches of Mahone Bay. It is a fun and spirited way to spend the evening.
  • September 11, 2004
    Grand Reception
    Come celebrate the town's past and future with a town garden party
  • August 8, 2004
    Vintage Sunday School Picnic
    Join us in period costume at the ball field for some old-fashioned fun following the Sunday morning church services.
  • August 2 - 7, 2004
    Family Reunion Week - Schedule of Events
    Descendants of Founding Families will be coming to Mahone Bay to trace their roots. It's also a great chance for history buffs to learnabout preserving their own heritage with seminars held all week long.
  • July 29, 30, 31; August 3, 4, 5, 2004
    Ghosts and Gables Walking Tours
    Temperance in a Teapot is the latest of the Ghosts & Gables series of historical/theatrical walking tours of Mahone Bay. Meet the former residents of the town: the man with the veil, the rum runner, the head of the local Temperance Union, and others who tell their tales from the lanes, parks, and front porches of Mahone Bay. It is a fun and spirited way to spend the evening.
  • July 10 & 11, 2004
    Visit some of Mahone Bay's historical homes and gardens this weekend. Some of Mahone Bay's finest heritage homes and gardens will be open to the public this weekend. First Paint Mahone Bay Festival - Artists will also be on site painting the scenery and selling their wares.
  • June 19, 2004
    The heart of Mahone Bay will be transformed to 1754 as descendants from the Founding Families recreate their ancestors' landing 250 years ago. Arriving by land and sea, the settlement of Mahone Bay will be re-created with actors and descendants of the Founding Families. Gather at Government Wharf for fun and history.

    Unveiling of Interpretive Panels
    Mahone Bay Mayor Joe Feeney and Barbara Feeney
    Plaques depicting the town's history unveiled throughout Mahone Bay.

  • May 29, 2004
    "Our Best To You"
    Food Sale held at the St. James Parish Hall.  10:00am - 12 noon

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