Annual General Meeting

Join the 50 members of the North Mountain United Tapestry Cultural & Heritage Society on February 8, 2020 at 12:00 to 3:00 pm, when we will be meeting at the Harbourville Hall in Harbourville, N.S., for our Annual General Meeting.

Ideas for improving Tapestry, the possibility of creating an Artist in Residence Program and a Community Garden Program in 2020, along with suggestions from the community, will be discussed at the beginning of the meeting.

Tea, coffee and snacks will be available.

That will be followed by the business portion of the Annual General Meeting.

Everyone is welcome to attend, but only members of Tapestry are entitled to vote on Tapestry business. You can become a member of Tapestry by . . .

  • Volunteering to join the Board of Directors;
  • Becoming a dedicated volunteer to help at Tapestry events;
  • Becoming a Farm Market vendor or an Artisan Market member; or
  • Paying $150 per year.

Saturday, February 8, 2020

12:00 – 3:00 pm

Harbourville Community Hall, Harbourville, N.S. 

Along the breathtaking bluffs of the Bay of Fundy, with the world’s highest tides, the re-purposed historic United Church stands in the small fishing village of Harbourville. This is the home of the North Mountain United Tapestry Cultural & Heritage Society, a not-for-profit society whose mission is to host a welcoming space in our community that celebrates and enhances our local culture, economy and quality of life.

Come to the little church on the bay. Enjoy a cup of North Mountain roasted coffee and a freshly baked sweet. Stroll through our heritage and  interactive fibre arts exhibits. Browse our “re-purposed church pew” shelves featuring works of some of the finest North Mountain and Valley artists and artisans. Join us on Saturday mornings as we host the North Mountain Market.

United Tapestry envisions a local community that is:

Economically vital, resilient and self-reliant

Socially connected, nurturing and supportive

Responsible for its own health and wellness

Proud of its heritage and culture.

We encourage and welcome your participation in North Mountain United Tapestry, as a means to empower our community and to reinvest in our local economy.

We believe that taking advantage of the opportunity to connect with your neighbours, learn a new skill, purchase hand-crafted gifts or locally-grown produce, can create memorable experiences, strengthen our community, and help educate our children on our local skills and capacities.

Each contribution to your community, whether year-round or part-time, big or small, shapes this community’s future and adds to its vibrancy and sustainability, and to your quality of life.

If you want to become involved in any way please contact us at:

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