44 HARBOUR ST PORT DOVER, ONTARIO. (519) 583-2660
E-mail: portdover.museum@norfolkcounty.ca
Norfolk County, Ontario, Canada
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"The Long Pointers" in concert, presented by the Port Dover Harbour Museum

The Port Dover Harbour Museum presents "The Long Pointers," a rollicking evening of chanteys, ballads, and traditional dance music from the Great Lakes and the Seven Seas. Musicians Ian Bell, Dave Jensen, Darrin Schott, and John Harris make up the group.
The concert will take place at the Port Dover Community Centre, 801 St. George Street, Port Dover. Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Tickets are available now at the Port Dover Harbour Museum. 44 Harbour Street, Port Dover. Call us at 519-583-2660 for questions.
inside of the museum PERMANENT EXHIBITS
Part of the Harbour Museum is an actual fisherman’s net shanty – chock full of artifacts and displays of Port Dover’s commercial fishing heritage. Elsewhere in our galleries you’ll find exhibits on – “Schooner Days” on the Great Lakes – Prohibition-era Rum Running – Local Ship and boat building – Lake Erie Shipwrecks and Rescues and Treasures of the Steamer Atlantic, a “palace” steamer that sank off Long Point in 1852. You can also take a close look at the wheelhouse of the William P. Snyder Jr. a lake freighter launched in 1912 (the same year as the Titanic!) and step outside to see the 1932 Port Dover fishtug Almidart – currently undergoing restoration.