These tiles were individually hand painted by members of our communities. Additional tiles were created by Canada 150 Mural Mosaic to form mosaics that capture the history of Sackville and serve as a legacy for our communities to enjoy.
Acadia Park Mosaic
Stop by The Ultimate Party and Rental Store (614 Sackville Drive) to take a photo with this beautiful, interactive mural painted by Jake Seibert, owner of The Talking Wall.
Saturday Night at The Races
SBA partnered with artist Jake Seibert, owner of The Talking Wall, and Boston Pizza Lower Sackville to bring a historic photo of the Raceway to life.
Sackville Downs Raceway was a harness racing racetrack in Lower Sackville from 1954 to 1985. The raceway was operated by the Cruickshank family. Events were held at least twice weekly throughout the summer and on fall holiday weekends. Sackville Downs Raceway made harness racing one of the most popular sports draws in Atlantic Canada.
Did you know that Lower Sackville is a butterflyway? Our community is officially a highway of habitat for butterflies, bees, and beneficial bugs. SBA partnered with artist Jake Seibert, owner of The Talking Wall to brighten your day each time you pass by this ode to nature.
We Will Dream of Better Worlds
SBA partnered with artist Jake Seibert, owner of The Talking Wall and Ibe Ananaba, an accomplished artist from Nigeria, to bring this mural of two children reading a book together with a flashlight. Located on the side of the Sackville Public Library, former home to Acadia School, this mural shines light on the past, present, and future learning encased in this historic, brick building. The Acadia School was built as a four-room schoolhouse in 1948.