North Mountain United Tapestry

A re-purposed historic church on the North Mountain with a Farmers’ Market, Heritage Displays, Music Concerts, Workshops and Events.

Just follow the mermaid signs at exit 15 on Highway 101 to 3201 Long Point Rd., Harbourville, Nova Scotia.

DISCOVER OUR SUSTAINABLE COMMUNITY

WELCOME TO OUR TAPESTRY

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.  It’s our mission is to host a welcoming space in our community that celebrates and enhances our local culture, economy and quality of life.

We want to empower our community.  You are a part of that and we encourage you to come out, enjoy our time together, and get involved as a volunteer.

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.

Our market and events are an 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.

VISIT OUR 2024 FARM MARKET

Our farm market is proud to be in it’s tenth season. We will be running every Saturday starting June 1st until October 12th, 2024. Market hours are 9:30 AM until 1:00 pm weekly.

Our 2024 Vendors:

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Music At The Market

Each week during market hours, we have special musicians lined up to enhance your community experience. We’ve got a fantastic line up of musicians set to play at each of our North Mountain Farmers’ Markets, starting on June 1st 🎵

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