Salvation Army Thrift Store, on Liverpoolís Waterfront Plaza, open 6 days, Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm and Saturdays 12 noon to 4 pm. Items are put out daily.
Sand Dollars are ocean animals related to the star fish and sea urchin and lives slightly buried in the sand in shallow coastal waters. The dried skeletons, up to a couple of inches in diameter, look like large white coins and are plentiful on some beaches. The living sand dollar resembles a fuzzy brown cookie.
Saunders, Margaret Marshall, author of Beautiful Joe, published in 1894, a book that sold more than a million copies. Born in Milton, Queens County, Nova Scotia, in 1861, she was daughter of Rev. Edward Manning Saunders and his wife, Maria Freeman Saunders. She published a total of 23 books. She never married, but lived with her sister and a variety of pets, eventually settling in Toronto. When she died in 1947, a Saturday Night magazine tribute in March of that year lauded her as Canadaís most revered author. Tupper Park in Milton, beside the Mersey River, features a plaque in her honor.
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Scrap Metal Scrap Metal DealerRandy Legge picks up, at no cost to you, old cars, stoves, washers, dryers, and oil barrels for recycling. He collects old appliances and oil barrels throughout the Region of Queens, and scrap cars in Queens, Shelburne, and Lunenburg Counties. Contact Randy Legge 642-0058 (cell) or 356-2036.
Seaman, Dr. Killem (Kal) Dr. Killem (Kal) Seaman, MDCM, CRCS(C), FRCS(C) 1915-2008. Click here
Seely, Caleb - sea captain, privateer, shipowner, and merchant Biography
Senior Citizens Clubs Golden Years Group meets at West Queens Recreation Centre, Port Mouton, 2 pm on the 2nd and 4th Monday each month, September to June. Anyone 55 years or older is welcome to come and play a variety of card and board games.
Sherman Hines Museum Of Photography Photographer Sherman Hines, born in Liverpool, shares his large collection of photographic history including cameras and images. Admission $4, seniors $3, under age 6 free. Open May 15 to October 15 from 10 am to 5.30 pm. Also open on Sundays, during July and August, from noon until 5.30 pm. 219 Main Street, Liverpool, Ph. 354-2667
Signs Ronís Trophy & Sign Shop is located at 313 HWY 8, Milton, and offers trophies, plaques, ribbons, medals, name tags, plastic signs, office signs, civic signs, vehicle magnetic signs, commercial signs, vehicle lettering, banners, rubber stamps, bumper stickers, dog tags, etc. Personalized items include coasters, lighters, pens, wallets, purses, jewelry, dog tags, dog kerchiefs, bookmarks, puzzles, name tags, breadboards, clocks, clipboards, key chains, luggage tags, fridge magnets, etc. Hours Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm. Phone (902)356-3077. Email: email@example.com
Skating Free Noon Hour Skating, Queens Memorial Arena, Old Bridge Street Liverpool, every Tuesday and Thursday 12 noon to 1 pm from December to March for ages 17 and up. Sponsored by Region Of Queens Recreation Department.
Smith, Henry William- lawyer, judge, and politician Biography
Snow, Hank Hank Snow Country Music Centre 148 Bristol Avenue (former railway station) Liverpool Open daiuly from May to October, and during off-season by appointment or chance. Phone 1-888-450-5525 or 354-4675 Website: www.hanksnow.com
South Queens Chamber Of Commerce news and updates. Click here.
Spanish Influenza of 1918-1919 took its toll in Queens County. Among those who died were: William Frelick, 24, Western Head Mabel Whynot, 9, Liverpool Margaret Millard, 15, Liverpool Etta Holland, 26, Bangs Falls Virgil Jollimore, 3, Liverpool Martha McGowan, 58, Hunts Point Robert Smith, 28, Port Mouton Hattie Whynot, 28, Liverpool Alice Conrad, 17, Liverpool Cora May Colp, 46, Eagle Head Willard Colp, 19, Eagle Head Leland Mansfield, 4, Westfield Randolph Frail, 4, Westfield Emma Clarke, 32, Liverpool Roland Lohnes, 9 months, Liverpool Florrie Whynot, 25, Liverpool Evelyn Roy, 45, Liverpool Lillian Black, 36, Liverpool Ralph Mosher, 4, Pleasant River Elizabeth Dalby, 2, Liverpool Evelyn Gardner, 9, Brooklyn Orethia Gardner, 2, Brooklyn Bernard Hemeon, 39, West Berlin Lois Hemeon, 48, West Berlin William Boutilier, 18, Milton Clarence Zwicker, 8 months, Middlewood Joseph Francis, 1, Milton Winnie Farmer, 2, Liverpool Clarence Parnell,1, Middlefield William Scobey, 40, Moose Harbour Elton Freeman, 41, Milton Frank Clattenburg, 47, Port Medway
Special Places In Queens by John G. Leefe DCL Approximately 34705 ha or about 12.7 percent of Queens County land consists of special places protected by all three levels of government, the private sector and non-governmental organizations. This may well be one of the highest percentages of protected land in any county of Nova Scotia. More...
Sports Auto - Greenfield Dragway Tennis, Liverpool Tennis Court, freelessons for members. Students $75, Adults $100, Family $200 For more info. Contact Dave Schofield 354-4454 or Jack Fancy 354-7216
Stoutley House - The only house of the large black community in the 1800s of Great Hill that is still used as a residence is that which was built and occupied by William Stoutley. Click here to view pictures.
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