Hours of Operation—We are closed for the winter. Please join us in June 2018 when we open for our 5th season! Dates to be announced.
In June of 2018 come and enjoy a cup of North Mountain roasted coffee and a freshly baked sweet. Wander through our heritage exhibits and fibre arts display “Flax to Linen” Enjoy our “re-purposed church pew” shelves featuring some of the finest North Mountain and Valley artists and artisans.
Along the breathtaking bluffs of the Bay of Fundy, with the world’s highest tides, the repurposed 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.
Our first annual Fundraising gala took place on June 18th, 2017. It was a magical afternoon. Find an open letter from event organizer Jessica Franey here
We envision 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.
The Fibre Circle is now in its WINTER home.