Village of Port Williams

Biggest Little Port in the World

Upcoming Events

Quilt Guild Workshop
29 Apr 2017
09:00AM - 04:00PM

Dance Time
30 Apr 2017
01:00PM - 05:00PM

Adult Walking Group
01 May 2017
09:00AM - 10:00AM

Ken-Wo Bridge Club
01 May 2017
05:00PM - 11:00PM

PW Women's Institute - Craft time
02 May 2017
09:00AM - 11:00AM

Ken-Wo Bridge Club
02 May 2017
01:00PM - 05:00PM

02 May 2017
06:30PM - 09:00PM

The residents of Port Williams enjoy life in a thriving and picturesque Village. An agricultural community with excellent schools, continuous residential growth, business opportunities, fine recreational facilities, easy access to all amenities, all surrounded by the beauty of Minas Basin tides and dyke lands. Its history is rich with the legacy of the Mi'kmaq, Acadians, and Planters. Its future is bright with the promise of those who choose to live, work and raise their families here.

Port Williams 2Port Williams is located in Kings County, Nova Scotia, between and to the north, of the towns of Wolfville and Kentville. The Village area comprises all the land between the Canard and Cornwallis Rivers, extending approximately two miles east to Starr's Point and two miles west to Tiny Parish Road.

Visitors may reach the village via Nova Scotia Highway 101 west from Halifax or east from Yarmouth at Exit 11. Signs for Prescott House Museum and Blomidon Park are located at this intersection.

The parking area before the bridge at the entrance to Port Williams offers an excellent opportunity to view the Minas Basin tides facing the old wharf which was once a hub of activity (see History). Tourists and residents often choose to enter the pathway to the dyke at this point and enjoy the flora, fauna and salt air of the marsh and dykeland.

Princess Port Williams 2016 - Lindsay Jacquard
Child Attendant - Mila Clowry

P WPrincess 2016
Lindsay Jacquard is the 22 year old daughter of Stillman and Sylvia Jacquard. She graduated from Horton High School in 2012, where she was the recipient of the Governor General's Academic Medal. She is now a graduate of NSCAD University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts, Major in Fine Art. As an instructor at the Ross Creek Centre for the Arts, Lindsay is interested in the effect of art-marking and creativity in a rural community. Having grown up in such a supportive village, her own artistic pratice has been shapped by community engagement and a passion for teaching. Lindsay enjoys bookbinding, cooking, and talking about her beloved cat, Zip.
Mila Clowry is the 8-year-old daughter of Taleena Hardacker and Trevor Clowry, and has a younger brother Reese. She attends Port Williams Elementary School where is currently in grade 3. Mila loves school where she has many friends and is an active part of the school choir. She loves to swin, bike, hike and be outdoors. Mila enjoys working on Interest badges with her Brownie unit. She has many pets, which includes her dog Sandie and a rabbit Hoppy.

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