The Hometown Heroes Project is a Randall House Museum initiative that has been designed to acknowledge and show appreciation to as many
essential workers from the town of Wolfville and its surrounding areas as possible.


We hope that by documenting the people who served our community during the Covid-19 Pandemic, we can preserve the stories of the participants so that future generations can know the unique experiences of these community members.


Click here for instructions on how to participate  or continue to the exhibit here: 



The Randall House Museum is a community museum located in Wolfville, Nova Scotia. The Museum is owned and operated by the Wolfville Historical Society which was established in 1941.

To find out more about our organization, please visit the Museum website at: