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Digby Area Tourism Association
Digby Fire Truck Rally: June 15-17 PDF Print E-mail

The Digby Fire Department will be hosting it's first annual Fire Truck Rally. This promises to be a great event with buskers, live entertainment, fireboat rescue challenge, vehicle extrication challenge, a variety of vendors, and ofcourse a firetruck parade.

Not only will it be a great weekend, it will also help support volunteer fire departments. For more information and details, visit the Digby Fire Department Rally website.

 
Lonely Planet picks Maritimes! PDF E-mail

According to Lonely Planet the Maritimes is one of the TOP 10 regions in the world to visit for 2012, Why? This video will explain:

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/story/2011/11/09/ns-maritimes-lonely-planet.html?cmp=rss

 
New 7 Wonders of Nature PDF E-mail

The New 7 Wonders of Nature campaign is down from 440 entries to 28 finalists, and the Bay of Fundy is one of two entries left in North America.

Be sure to get your votes in so we can show the world just how amazing our Bay is! Go to the Vote My Fundy website to vote.

 
Digby Port Day Print E-mail

 

 wharfThe first annual Digby Port Day had a good turnout on Monday, June 28, bringing in citizens and business operators interested in the future of the Port of Digby. The focus of the event was spread over the repairs and future of the wharf, the Saint John-Digby Ferry, and the opportunities available through the Bay of Fundy. The Digby Harbour Port Association has made a number of improvements on the wharf over the years, and the future of the wharf is bright as the city looks to welcome pleasure boats, cruise ships, and hopes to be the centre of tidal energy through the Bay of Fundy.
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Bear River Windmill PDF E-mail

 

The iconic windmill in Bear River was torn down in the beginning of June following an inspection of the building weeks beforehand. The original plan was a restoration, but after serious structural issues with the building were unearthed, and much debate throughout the community, it was decided that it would be in the community’s best interest to tear down the windmill.
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