Things To Do

"There’s nothing like a crunchy Honey crisp plucked right off the tree - but that’s not all we offer these days. Organic produce. Spring lamb. Lobster still shaking off seawater. Our many fine eateries can score the best ingredients right from the source. If you like your food slow and your wine nouveau, Wolfville’s the place to be. And speaking of wine, we’re the hub of l’Acadie blanc country. Seven vineyards now encircle the town. There’s no need to hop on a plane for a wine tour any more. Just get on your bike. Lots of people do. That’s because we balance our love of the finer things in life with our love of the great outdoors. People of all ages can be seen running, hiking, biking, skiing or - when the tide’s right - sliding down mud flats on their bellies." - Town of Wolfville

Extra Curricular

Acadia provides facilities and programs to assist in enhancing the health, wellness and leisure time for all their members. For more information on the programs available please see the Athletics Website website.

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Kings Transit is our public transit system serving: Wolfville, Greenwich, New Minas, Kentville, Coldbrook, Cambridge, Waterville, Berwick, Aylesford, Auburn, Kingston, Greenwood, Middleton, Lawrencetown, Bridgetown, Annapolis Royal, Cornwallis, Digby, Weymouth, Hortonville, Avonport, Hantsport, Falmouth, Windsor, St. Croix, Ellershouse and Brooklyn. The cost is $3.50 (cash) a trip.

Town of Wolfville

Valley Events - List of upcoming events in the Valley

Valley Family Fun - People who are new to the area often ask me what they can do with their families in the Valley. - See more at:

Wolfville's Farmer's Market - a not-for-profit cooperative with 22 member vendors, approximately 60 vendors attending every week and over 100 vendors on its roster.  All of its vendors are producers (farmers, chefs and artisans) of their own products. 
Market Hours: Saturdays from 8:30am-1pm (year-round) and Wednesdays from 4-7pm (May 21 until Dec 17)