Wolfville

Wolfville (2011 population: 4,269) is a Canadian town in the Annapolis Valley, Kings County, Nova Scotia, located about 100 kilometres (62 mi) northwest of the provincial capital, Halifax. The town is home to Acadia University, Landmark East School and the Acadia Cinema Cooperative, a non-profit organization that runs the local movie/performance house. It is a popular tourist destination for the scenery of the nearby Bay of Fundy and Gaspereau Valley, as well as for the many cultural attractions which are offered by the university and town. In the past few years, several Victorian houses in Wolfville have been converted to bed and breakfast establishments.

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Annapolis Valley - Economy
... post-secondary education centres provided by Acadia University in Wolfville, and the Nova Scotia Community College campuses located in Kentville ... August sees Mud Creek Days in Wolfville and the Annapolis Valley Exhibition in Lawrencetown ... Farmers markets in Annapolis Royal, Bridgetown, Middleton, Kentville, Kingsport, Berwick and Wolfville bring a wealth of fresh produce and other fine goods to the public every week ...
Wolfville - Notable Residents
... WW2 Kathlyn (MacLean) Corinne, a drama teacher born in Wolfville, who was the mother of Warren Beatty and Shirley MacLaine Mark Oakley, creator of Thieves and Kings ...
Eric Wilfred Balcom
... Port Dufferin, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, Balcom moved to Wolfville in 1938 ... He was Mayor of Wolfville from 1950 to 1955 and ran unsuccessfully for a seat in the Parliament in 1953 ... Association, the Canadian Mental Health Association, and the Wolfville Board of Trade ...
List Of City Nicknames In Canada - Cities By Province - Nova Scotia
... Scotia" Westville "The Gateway to Northern Nova Scotia" Wolfville "First Fair Trade Town" "Mud Creek", a previous name for Wolfville "Horton", a previous name for Wolfville ...
Kings Transit
... is funded by Kings County and the towns of Berwick, Wolfville and Kentville ... Kings Transit originally operated between Wolfville and Kentville, eventually expanding to Greenwood in western Kings County ... District of West Hants funded the system's eastern expansion from Wolfville through Hantsport to Brooklyn ...