2024 Thursday Evening Cookhouse Suppers

Regular price $28.00


Reservations are required for your Thursday Evening meal.

Please reserve online by the Tuesday before your visit. If you are reserving your Supper tickets less than 48 hours ahead of time please call 902-845-1937 to confirm availability.

Bar service will be available.
Meals can be packaged for take-out.

Please Note: A reservation is not required to attend the Heritage Spotlight Talks. All Heritage Village buildings will be closed but the grounds will be open for an evening stroll. 

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Suppertime Meal Tickets:*

  • $28 for non-members ($25 for members)
  • $15 for children under 12

Cookhouse Dinner Served: 5-6:30 PM

*All meals come with choice of tea or coffee, lemonade or ice tea
** Cold Plate or Vegetarian option also available with advance request

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2024 Schedule

    Thursday, July 18

    Cookhouse Supper Menu:
    Crustless Quiche alongside Greek Potatoes, Streusel Crumb Rhubarb

    Heritage Spotlight Talk:
    European settlement in Clam Bay, Clam Harbour, and Little Harbour prior to 1800 - Presented by Gordon Hammond

    Thursday, July 25

    Cookhouse Supper Menu:
    Crunchy Fish Pie Oh My with Risotto, 1940’s Upside Down Pineapple Cake

    Heritage Spotlight Talk:
    Lore, Legends, and Lies: Searching for Blacks presence on the Eastern Shore - Presented by Carm Robertson

    Thursday, August 1

    Cookhouse Supper Menu:
    Creamy Mild Butter Chicken & Basmati Rice, Peach Cobbler

    Heritage Spotlight Talk:
    A Contested Landscape: Archaeological Investigations at the Lawrencetown Township Site (BdCu-08) - Presented by Robert Shears

    Thursday, August 8

    Cookhouse Supper Menu:
    Sausage Casserole with Roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes, Layered Coffee Cake Parfait

    Heritage Spotlight Talk:
    Icelandic Traces on the Eastern Shore: Settlement, Gold Mining, and Memory - Presented by Jay Lalonde

    Thursday, September 5

    Cookhouse Supper Menu:
    Vegetarian Lasagna & Caesar Salad, Apple Surprise

    Heritage Spotlight Talk:
    Archaeology and Climate Change on Nova Scotia's Eastern Shore - Presented by Andrea Richardson

      Please Note:

      • The purchase of a meal is not necessary to attend the Heritage Spotlight Talks.
      • Reservations are only required if you would like to sit down for supper in the Cookhouse
      • Memory Lane has free roaming farm animals on-site and does not allow pets within the Village Grounds