This category lists sites for or about artistic, cultural, and entertainment activities, events, institutions, and organizations. Subjects may include theater, fine and visual arts, music, literature, and architecture.
Canada's Historic Places: Alan and Mary Nisbet Home
A home (about 1849) built in the Island Ell style with wood shingle cladding, gable roofs and eave returns. Includes a description, history, features and photos.
Canada's Historic Places: Ben Bernard House
A fine example of a home (1898) of the Island Ell architectural style. Includes a description, history, features and photos.
Canada's Historic Places: Bertram Home
A two-story wood shingled house (1918) with a hipped roof originally built as a bank. Includes a description, history, features and photos.
Canada's Historic Places: Former Hunter River Library
A plain one-and-one-half storey wood framed structure with wood shingle cladding. Includes a description, history, features and photos.
Canada's Historic Places: Hunter River Presbyterian Church
A large rectangular sanctuary with a steeply pitched gable roof built in 1890. Includes description, history, features and photos.
Canada's Historic Places: The Forge
A rectangular wood framed building with a gable roof. Includes a description, history, features and photos.
Canada's Historic Places: Wood Drying Kiln
A small square wood framed and wood shingled building with a low pitched gable roof. Includes a description, history, features and photos.
Harmony House Theatre
A 140-seat theater holding approximately 50 shows per year for those of any age. Dinners are available before shows. Includes a menu, calendar, and a lounge.
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