For all of enjoyment of fireworks, idol singing, local music, redneck-praising, cotton candy & hot dog eating, the most authentic reckoning of Founders' Days is always the 18th century reenactors who travel from far and wide to bring the essence of our history alive in the most colourful way.
From CBC: The Pride flag was raised over Shelburne, N.S., Thursday for the first time in the town’s 231-year history.
The town council and MLA Sterling Belliveau were joined by Shelburne native Neville MacKay, the celebrated owner of My Mother’s Bloomers in Halifax. MacKay was born and raised in Middle Ohio, just outside of Shelburne.
The Shelburne Film Expo has announced its official Call For Entries for this year's “Get Your Shorts On” Competition.
The competition is open to all Nova Scotians, 14 years and up. Entering a short film is free of charge and filmmakers are encouraged to visit the Submissions page on Shelburne Film Expo's web site. The deadline for entry is August 1, 2014.