We're keeping our offices and worksites closed for one more week out of an abundance of caution. Thank you for your understanding.
Due to rising case counts, Town offices will be closed to the public this week. We will continue to provide service during this time and we appreciate your understanding.
To keep Santa and our community safe, we're changing our plans. Instead of visiting in person in Clock Park on Saturday, December 18, Santa is trading his sleigh for a shiny, red fire truck!
From 2 - 4 pm the man in red will be touring the Town to get a handle on who's been naughty and who's been nice.
Please give Santa a wave, a cheer and snap a pic when you spot him!
It’s almost Christmas and we want to keep Santa and all the nice people of Wolfville safe, so Santa has swapped his up-close visit in Clock Park for a community patrol!
Between 2 and 4 pm, on Saturday, December 18, Santa will be trading his sleigh for a shiny red fire truck to tour the Town.
Be prepared for a Santa sighting, snap a pic and cheer on the man in red as he double-checks his list! Santa's route will be announced soon!
Due to the weather, Town Hall and our other Municipal sites will delay opening until 10am this morning.
Please be aware of our parking regulations. Snow is expected overnight.
Today, our flags are lowered in the Town of Wolfville.
On December 6, 1989, 14 young women at Polytechnique Montréal were murdered in an act of violence and misogyny.
On this, the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women we remember:
The National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women is about remembering those who have experienced gender-based violence and those who we have lost to it.
In Canada and around the world, women, girls, 2SLGBTQQIA+ (two-spirit, lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual, plus) and gender diverse individuals face unacceptable violence and discrimination.
Achieving a community, and a Country, free from gender-based violence means we must all be aware of gender-based violence, and speak up against harmful behaviours.
~ Mayor Wendy Donovan and Council
5:40 pm - Facebook Live Pre-Tree Lighting Virtual Event with Special Guests
6:00 pm - Tree Lighting and LIGHT The Town!
This year in Wolfville, we’re celebrating our Night of Lights a little differently on Saturday, November 27th. Please join us on Facebook Live for a ‘virtual’ Tree Lighting event with some special guests, starting at 5:40pm. The lighting of the Town Tree will be at 6pm, and we encourage all who are ready to join us in lighting their own decorations at the same time! This officially kicks off the ‘Wolfville Glows’ season, with Holiday things happening all through the coming month.
You can find out what's happening by visiting: wolfville.ca/wolfville-glows
Happy Holidays, Wolfville. Get ready to spread some cheer!