Jules & Ce | Hubbards Barn Nova Scotia Canada Wedding
Hubbards Barn Nova Scotia Wedding in Canada
Jules & Ce’s are old friends from Hanoi days and it was a privilage to attend their amazing Canada Wedding at Hubbards Barn in Nova Scotia.
Jules is a supreme wedding photographer himself and the day was captured by the super talented Aaron Joel Santos. Although I wasn’t the wedding photographer and loved being a guest for a change, but I couldnt resist on getting some snaps on the dancefloor!
Hubbards Barn Nova Scotia
In the late spring of 1996, the idea of the Hubbards Farmers’ Market began to take root. Lin Cahill, Gillian Maycock, and Deborah Fleming crossed paths during the “Take Part Aspotogan” gatherings held over the winter. These three individuals were avid gardeners with a shared passion for supporting local businesses and sourcing high-quality, locally grown foods in Canada.
The concept of a farmers’ market resonated strongly with them, and recognizing their shared vision, Lin convened a small meeting specifically to discuss the creation of such a market. To kickstart their initiative, the group organized a perennial plant exchange at the Shatford Library in early June 1996, serving both as a fundraiser and a platform for information sharing. The Masthead published an article about their search for vendors, and from the initial inquiries received, vendors began their sales journey in early August 1996, right beside the Trellis Cafe.
As the market gained popularity, it underwent several location changes. In the following year, it found a home at Bishop’s Park along the Fitzroy River, where the iconic green and white striped market tents became a cherished sign of spring in Hubbards. The market then spent two years at the fish plant by the cove before the Aspotogan Heritage Trust presented the organizers with an opportunity to utilize the site of an old cattle barn near the community center.
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Through the unwavering dedication of community volunteers and the generous support of numerous organizations and grants, the Barn and its surroundings underwent significant improvements, eventually becoming the thriving Hubbards Barn & Community Park. Since 2001, the Barn has proudly served as the permanent home of the Hubbards Farmers’ Market.
Thanks to the robust backing from the local community, the market continues to operate year-round, providing a lively platform for over 35 local producers, showcasing talented local musicians, and offering free space to community groups.
Additionally, the property, complete with modern washrooms, welcomes visitors daily during the summer season, providing a perfect setting for picnics and leisurely walks along the surrounding trails. If you’re planning a Canada wedding, photographer options might find this venue’s rustic charm and community spirit an ideal backdrop for capturing special moments.