Learning & Research

Cultural Learning Camps

It saddens us to advise that due to ongoing Covid-19 restraints Sherbrooke Village will not be hosting any of our four-day learning camps this season. Although we have plenty of wide open spaces for daytime classes we have only two dormitory buildings that do not allow for physical spacing. We look forward to inviting you back to stay, learn and play with us in 2022.

Sherbrooke Village is following Nova Scotia, Covid-19 health regulations regarding public group activities. Learning camp schedules will resume when regulations allow. Please check back for updates.

Our Cultural learning camp promotes developing partnerships & nurturing of artistic growth during the four-day learning experience, with classes, evening get together, and Grand Finale. Meals & camp style lodging available on-site.

Our Cultural learning camp promotes developing partnerships & nurturing of artistic growth during the four-day learning experience, with classes, evening get together, and Grand Finale. Meals & camp style lodging available on-site.

St. Mary’s Genealogy Research Centre

The St. Mary’s Genealogy Research Centre at Sherbrooke Village was founded in 2011 by a group of community-based genealogists and local historians in response to the need to provide a place to collect, preserve, and share historic records and resources of the St. Mary’s municipal area (the western portion of Guysborough County).