- Woodville, Nova Scotia
Woodville is a community of about 230 people located in the
Annapolis Valleyof Nova Scotia, north of Cambridge and Waterville and at the foot of the North Mountain. It has a fire department, a Baptist Church, two auto body shops, a community centre that used to be a school and many family-run farms.
Each spring during the
Apple Blossom Festival, the community comes together to stage a chicken barbecueon Boates' farm the Sunday of the festival, which is known for its chicken recipe that draws visitors from nearby towns.
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