The Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia celebratesits 40th Anniversary Cherry Brook, NS – August 29, 2023 It is celebration time, and time to expand facilities at one of the […]
Emancipation Day is the day The Slavery Abolition Act became law in the British Empire (including Canada) and ended the practice of slavery for millions of African People and their […]
Halifax, NS – The Northern Star Music Society is pleased to announce its upcoming Celebrate Spiritual Heritage Through Music Gospel Concert on Saturday, July 29, 2023, at 6:30 pm at New Beginnings […]
30th Annual No. 2 Construction Battalion Remembrance CeremonyThe Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia cordially invite you to attend a series of events to honour and pay tribute to No. […]
The Black Cultural Centre for N.S.
Established in 1983, to Protect, Preserve and Promote the history and culture of African Nova Scotians. The Centre is a museum and cultural gathering place, where the rich history of Canada’s oldest and long standing Black communities can be discovered and explored.
As well as providing an excellent cultural and educational experience for school or group tours, the centre has wonderful facilities you can rent for your next presentation or meeting.
How You Can Help
The Black Cultural Society of Nova Scotia was incorporated in May 1977, as a non-profit organization and the parent organization of the Black Cultural Centre for Nova Scotia. The registered name is The Society for the Protection and Preservation of Black Culture in Nova Scotia. The Mandate of the Society is to Protect, Preserve and Promote Black Culture.