For three years, Ian Black has been our mainstay for all things graphic for Ottawa House Museum in Parrsboro. Our new interpretive plan involved a complete redesign of everything from our logo to small directional signs, large interpretive panels and roadside signs.
Fast and talented, Ian takes one’s ideas to a much higher level with his quick and creative mind and magic fingers! And when there is a blank page for him to start with, there is no limit to what he can dream up.
His business is a tremendous asset to this small town; we are fortunate indeed to have such a service so close at hand.
To you our valued Customers:
The past several days months have brought about changes to our daily lives. Changes that we have not seen for generations. Maybe ever. As people all over the world take measures to slow the spread of COVID-19, I would personally like to take a moment to share some of the initiatives we are undertaking to ensure the health and safety of both us and our customers, while maintaining the continuity of business operations, so that we may continue to serve you through this difficult period.
We have closed our store. I belive more stores in Parrsboro will follow suit, its the right thing to do. It protects us all.
Breaking news Premier Stephen McNeil and Dr. Robert Strang have just declared Nova Scotia in a state of Emergency. No gatherings of more than 5 (FIVE). This is serious folks. Please stay in - stay isolated. Only one person per family to go to supermarkets. when there stay at least 6ft away from each other.
For those needing help to communicate with friend or family. Even on a larger scale like churches. Feel free to contact me via phone or txt (902) 728-1833 or email firstname.lastname@example.org I can help and advise on options for video confrencing.
At this point we simply can't take any chances.