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Digby VIC open for the season

(front) Duetta Comeau and Cheryl Forrest (back) Jill Burns and Debbie Handspiker are all looking forward to the upcoming season at the Digby VIC.
(front) Duetta Comeau and Cheryl Forrest (back) Jill Burns and Debbie Handspiker are all looking forward to the upcoming season at the Digby VIC. - Amanda Doucette

DIGBY, N.S- The newly renovated visitor information center in Digby is now open to the public.

The building received new flooring, crown molding, lighting, technology, a public kiosk, display racks and so much more.

The staff at the VIC are thrilled with the renovations.

“We absolutely love it,” said VIC employee Duetta Comeau.

The Digby VIC received a complete makeover.
The Digby VIC received a complete makeover.

There are two new staff members at the VIC, Debbie Handspiker and Jill Burns. They will join the two returning staff members, Cheryl Forrest and Duetta Comeau.

Starting this year, every week there will be a weekly showcase.

VIC staff will offer demonstrations and explanations about local culture like the tides and seafood.

The building received new flooring, crown moulding, lighting, technology, a public kiosk, display racks and so much more.
The building received new flooring, crown moulding, lighting, technology, a public kiosk, display racks and so much more.

“Every week we’ll be highlighting something different,” said Forrest.

As well local businesses will be at the VIC throughout the summer displaying their experiences, like whale watching.

Inside the VIC there are business and restaurant brochures, as well as advertisements for local events and fundraisers.

The busy tourism season is quickly approaching, and the staff are looking forward it.

“We can’t wait,” said Comeau.

Every year the VIC logs a guestbook to keep track of where visitors are travelling from and how many guests they have. Some days, they deal with close to 200 visitors.

The VIC at 110 Montague Row in Digby, is open from 9-5:30, seven days a week and holidays.

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