Welcome to the Artisans’ Market

The market consists of a Co-Op Art Gallery and a Gift Shop

The Artisans’ Market is open this weekend: 9 am to 3 pm, Saturday, October 10, 2020

The  Art Gallery & Gift Shop are community projects of the North Mountain United Tapestry Cultural & Heritage Society, a non-profit organization that makes it’s home at the historic United Church in Harbourville, Nova Scotia (3201 Long Point Rd.).

North Mountain 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 and proud of its heritage and culture.

The Art Gallery & Gift Shop is a welcoming space in our community that celebrates and enhances our local culture, economy and quality of life.

Hours of Operation 

This Saturday, October 10, 2020, is the last day the Artisans’ Market (including the By the Bay Cafe) will be open in 2020.

All art work on display in the Art Gallery is by local working artists who sell their work exclusively at United Tapestry.

All products for sale in the Gift Shop are handmade/created by local Artisans.

If, in 2021, you would like to register to sell your work at the Art Gallery or Gift Shop please contact:

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2020 Operating Procedures

Sept. 11, 2020 – The North Mountain United Tapestry Cultural & Heritage Society is pleased to provide you with our operating plans for the upcoming 2020 season.

As of August 1st, all customers and vendors must wear facial masks.

If you have any comments or questions, please comment on this post, or contact us privately by email at :

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Meet our Artists:

unnamed (6)Debbie McMahon Greenwood, visual artist has returned home to Nova Scotia, where her family of origin set down roots over 50 years ago here in the valley.   Deb and husband Tim Greenwood are making the North Mountain community of Harbourville their new home. Debbie’s experience as a Technical  illustrator provides a structural foundation to her current style, as she explores refracted and reflected light, as seen in this series of paintings.  GALLERY