McNabs Island Summer Heritage Tours

McNabs & Lawler Islands Provincial Park, Halifax CountySunday, August 18, 2019 9:30am to 3:30pm

Learn about the important role the Island played as a Mi’kmaq First Nations summer encampment, a French fishing station, and then as the protector of the Port of Halifax. Hikes vary from 5 KM to 20 KM in length and are suitable for all ages. Dress for weather conditions and wear comfortable footwear as some shorelines are rocky. Bring a lunch, drinking water, and sunscreen. Advance REGISTRATION REQUIRED! Space on the boats is limited so everyone MUST REGISTER with EVENTBRITE.CA to guarantee your spot. Tickets must be purchased in advance ($20 members and children/youth under 16; $25 non-members to cover transportation costs). Groups should contact us in advance. Meet at A&M Sea Charters 87 Government Wharf Rd Fisherman’s Cove, Eastern Passage by 9:15 AM. A second trip from Eastern Passage (10:30–4:30) will be added if there is a demand. For more details, visit: www.mcnabsisland.ca and follow us on www. facebook.com/mcnabsisland  There is no rain date however this event will be cancelled in the event of heavy rainfall and/or high winds.