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The Sackville Photography Club was established in 1988 to bring all different types of photographers together to share their information, experience and knowledge in all aspects of photography.
As a Photography Club, we strive to promote photography as an enjoyable hobby and a vehicle to develop and grow as we bring people together with a common goal.
The Sackville Photography Club meets on the first and third Wednesday of every month, from September to June at Acadia Hall (650 Sackville Drive) next to The Sackville Public Library. The doors open at 6:30 pm. and the meeting starts promptly at 7:00 pm. Although we do not officially meet at Acadia Hall in July and August, we usually have a few field trips during the summer; members will be notified by email and/or via website.
The Club publishes a newsletter, ‘The Image Maker’, with upcoming workshops and field trips. It also includes photo tips, stories, and reports from past events.
Though we are called The Sackville Photography Club, our members come from all over Nova Scotia. We WELCOME all that love PHOTOGRAPHY! All ages welcome.
Want To See What We Are About ?
A typical evening — doors open at 6:30pm, meeting starts promptly at 7:00 pm. Usually, we have a few announcements and then we would start into the program. There is a 15 minute break half way through the night, things then wrap up around 9:00 pm.
Over the course of the year we have our regular meetings but also outings, photographic competitions, a fall exhibit and more.
Guests are welcome to enjoy two consecutive club meetings in order to see what we are all about and to decide whether to join the Club. Thereafter, guests attending ANY subsequent meetings will be expected to join as full members at the regular membership fee (Membership).
Please make note: A $5 fee will be charged for non-members on nights when there are special presentations or when invited guests are addressing the Club. This will exclude ‘normal’ guests who turn up specifically to check out the Club for the possibility of becoming a new member.