On Saturday, August 5, Port Lorne will once again celebrate Heritage Days. The celebration begins at 10 am with our local delicacy: fried bread. Other offerings include muffins, burgers and hotdogs. Antique car owners are invited to a show and shine from 11 am to 3 pm. Local authors will gather to present their work and history of the area. The cutting of our community cake will take place around 3 pm followed by evening potluck BBQ at 530. We are excited to host an evening of story-telling with the Annapolis Region Community Arts Council's sesquicentennial project, "Annapolis Region's Maritime Culture: Then & Now." Storytellers are all welcome!! On Sunday at 10:30am there is a blessing of our fishing fleet, the new community park and the community at an outdoor church service in Port Lorne's Fundy View Park by the wharf.

Here is the link



Come join the biggest little Canada Day Celebration on the Fundy Shore!


11 - 1 cold plate luncheon at the Fire Hall

2 - 3 grand parade

3:30 parade awards and ice cream at the Fire Hall

4 - 6 softball games, face painting and bouncer along with a bbq at the Field

8 pm bonfires, sparklers, glow sticks and stacks. 

Spectacular fireworks at dark.  

For information call Shaun at 902 538-1041.


Just to get you in the mood, click here for some video highlights of last year's celebration!



HERITAGE DAYS ... July 30, 2016

10am to 12 noon: Fried bread dough !!
12 to 4pm: Canteen Open
3pm: Cake and celebrations with the Marquis of Lorne and Princess Louisa.
Come out and get together with old friends and make new ones!


Sun., July 31 at 10:30 Port Lorne “Blessing of the Fleet” Service led by Rev. Randy Legassie of Port Lorne Baptist Church.  The service will be held on the back lawn of the home of Bill and Marilynn Linley, 652 Port Lorne Road overlooking the harbour and the fishing boats.  Immediately following, bring your favourite salad or finger food and enjoy a potluck barbeque hosted by Marilynn and Bill.  All are welcome to attend this special Heritage Day service in recognition of all those who venture on the sea to make a living.    Bring a lawn chair if you can :-)


We had a great time celebrating Canada Day this year. Click the link below to see my short video of the parade and beach celebration.

Canada Day 2015