The Fort Sackville Foundation AGM is being POSTPONED until Tuesday, March 27, 2018, at 7:30 pm.
This Month at Scott Manor
Our knowledgable tour guides will be pleased to take you on a tour of Scott Manor House. Complete your experience with a visit to our cozy Tea Room, and take time to browse our Reading Room, collectables, photographs, and books!
15 Fort Sackville Rd., Bedford, Nova Scotia
Canada B4A 2G6
Phone: (902) 832-2336
Open daily in July 1 to August 30 10 - 4 p.m.
The hours for Tuesdays are 12 pm to 8 pm.
Other times by appointment.
Admission is free
TEA ROOM 2 - 4pm
Please note: the tea room operates on a cash only basis.
Wheelchair accessible on ground floor.
HMCS DeWolf Honours Bedford Native
The first Harry DeWolf –class Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ship will be launched by Irving Shipbuilding Inc. of Halifax in 2018. The lead ship of this class will be the HMCS Harry DeWolf, named for Vice –Admiral Harry DeWolf a native of Bedford, NS.
Vice –Admiral Harry DeWolf, often known by his nickname “Hard-Over-Harry,”was decorated for outstanding service throughout his naval career. He might be best known, however, for his service during World War Two. In 1943, he took command of HMCS Haida and participated in sinking 14 enemy ships. Vice –Admiral Harry DeWolf was awarded a Distinguished Service Order (DSO) for gallantry, a Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) for courage and skill in action against German destroyers, and for bravery, courage and determination in the face of the enemy was twice Mentioned in Dispatches.
The Fort Sackville Foundation is pleased to welcome Commander Corey Gleason, Commanding Officer HMCS Harry DeWolf to speak about the role of the ship on April 3, at 7pm, at LeBrun Centre, 36 Holland Ave, Bedford. Material honouring Vice – Admiral Harry DeWolf will be on display.
All are welcome. Free admission. Donations accepted. Refreshments to follow.
For more information please contact Jean MacLeod at firstname.lastname@example.org
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