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Local Businesses

The Harbour is home to a number of businesses including artists, antiques, and dining:

Hall's Harbour Lobster Pound Gift Shop & Restaurant

Web: http://www.hallsharbourlobster.com/
Right on the waterfront
Phone: +1 902-679-5299

Paints & Pots Creative Artists

1157 West Halls Harbour Rd (right next to the lobter pound)
Web: http://paintsandpots.tripod.com/
Phone: +1 902-678-2895 (+1 902-678-3855 *seasonal June to October)

Terry-Lee Bourgeois-King

Web: http://spiralstudio.ca
Artist - Ceramics / Pottery
4029 Hwy 359
Phone: +1 902-679-0777

David Lacey

Web: http://davidlaceygallery.com
Artist - Painter

To see or buy David's work, see the website above

Sea Cones Ice Cream Boat

Web: http://www.seacones.com/
Phone: +1 902-679-1355
3744 Hwy 359

We offer a selection of both hard and soft serve Ice Cream, traditional sundaes, banana boats, cold drinks and other tasty summertime treats. See our website for hours, menu, and more.


Community Organizations

There are a number of organizations that serve our community:

cap siteSchoolhouse Museum and Community Access Program Site beside the Fire HallThe Hall’s Harbour Historical Society welcomes all members of the community and visitors to come and visit the C@P site. 

We offer many different technology based services which include:

  • Hi-Speed Internet access Fully loaded computers with Microsoft programs Computer training Educational sessions with trained instructors E-mail access
  • Printers and Scanners

     Adjacent to the Firehall

The Hall’s Harbour Historical Society
     3586 Route 359
     RR#3 Centerville Kings Co., NS
     BOP 1JO

The Community Access Program is one of the first Canada On-line programs to be launched. It is an important part of 'Connecting Canadians', the Government of Canada's exciting agenda to make Canadians the most Internet-connected people in the world.

The Nova Scotia Community Access Program (CAP) is a joint initiative of the Federal Government, through Industry Canada and the Province of Nova Scotia, managed by the Technology and Science Secretarial.

The Community Access Program is designed to assist communities to establish public Internet access sites and to train local citizens to make use of information technologies for social and economic benefit to the individual and to the community.