In celebration of the 175 years since Alexander Graham Bell’s birth and the 100 years since his death, the site pays tribute to his many inventions and innovations, as well as the lasting legacy that he and Mabel left behind in the community of Baddeck. Through special events, exhibits, and programming, visitors are invited to embrace their own spirit of innovation, curiosity, and creativity.
Lunch is Served
August 2, 2022
The Alexander Graham Bell Foundation is hosting a special luncheon on Tuesday, August 2nd to commemorate the 100th anniversary of Alexander Graham Bell passing and also honouring the recreation of the Mabel Bell gardens at the Alexander Graham Bell Museum.
This fundraising luncheon will be held at the Bell’s home, the exceptional Beinn Breagh Hall, overlooking Baddeck Bay. The luncheon will provide a most beautiful backdrop for an afternoon of music, fine food, and storytelling, followed by an evening reception and performance of the Bells of Baddeck at the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site of Canada.
Twenty tickets are available for the luncheon.
Ticket price is $1500.00 per person (tax receipts are provided)
All proceeds are going towards the development of educational programming on the importance of food safety and security and how children can play a role in helping “their” environment and world today.
For more information and to purchase this once in a century ticket please contact email@example.com
Event Highlights & Schedule
11:30am – Shuttle will depart Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site for Beinn Breagh Hall, home of the Bells
12 Noon – Estate luncheon and music featuring special guests of the Bells
2pm – Tour of Mabel Bell’s estate gardens followed by a special visit to Alexander and Mabel’s final resting spot
4:40pm – Official ribbon cutting of the Mabel Bell Gardens at the Alexander Graham Bell National Historic Site (a partnership with Parks Canada and Cape Breton University through Dr. Alana Pindar)
5:15pm – VIP Bells of Baddeck reception
7pm – Opening night performance of the Bells of Baddeck