This Weekend’s Events – Cancelled

Quarter Castle Publishing will not be at the two scheduled events this weekend: Annual Old Fashioned Seaside Christmas and Musquodoboit Harbour Farmers’ Market. The events are still taking place, so if you’d like to learn more information about them, visit our Events page:

The vehicle in which we travel to events was struck by a deer last Saturday night while we were returning from an art and craft show. Thankfully, no one was injured—except the large buck—but extensive damage was done to the front of the truck.

Tibert, Diane Lynn 1986 Truck deer hit 02The accident took place on a country road, on a corner in the dark, so it could have been a lot worse if we had been travelling in a smaller vehicle or if the vehicle following us had not stopped as quickly as we did.

We hope to be back on the road next weekend to attend the Lawrencetown Craft Fair that takes place at Lawrencetown Community Center on 3657 Lawrencetown Road, Lawrencetown, Halifax County, Nova Scotia, on Saturday November 28th from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm.

We apologize for any inconvenience our schedule change will cause our readers.


2 thoughts on “This Weekend’s Events – Cancelled

    • In a way, I’m very lucky. I didn’t get hurt, but my run of luck has stretched for 32 years. This is the first time I’ve ever caused damage to any vehicle I’ve driven. I’ve never been in an accident before. I’ve travelled thousands and thousands of miles on country roads all hours of the day and night, and I’ve avoided many deer, rabbits (those silly rabbits that dance near the centre line), pheasants, raccoon, dogs, moose, cats, porcupines and one skateboard (that flew out in front of me). I hope it’s another 32 years before another misphap.


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