A fundraising effort is underway to restore the Joseph Montfort Amphitheater in Halifax.
Regency Day gave visitors to the state historic site in Halifax today a chance to fast forward to the Regency Period as it was known in Great Britain or the Federalist Period as it was known in the United States.
More than 300 students attended Historic Halifax today to mark the 241st anniversry of the signing of the Halifax Resolves.
April 12, 1776, will be celebrated with two events this year — one Saturday and one Wednesday on the date of the signing of the Halifax Resolves.
Our founding fathers were a brave lot or hearty lot, depending on your perspective and judging from the stuff they ate.
While there will be no public taste tests, visitors to Historic Halifax will be able to see and smell 18th Century cooking creations and techniques throughout this month.
The county seat of Halifax will continue its celebration of the Christmas season, which it began last week with a tree-lighting ceremony, in several ways Saturday.
The inside restoration of the William R. Davie House in Halifax is the next step in its refurbishment.
Revolutionary War Days continues through 4 this afternoon and resumes Sunday in Historic Halifax beginning at noon.