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It’s that holiday hustle…

The holidays in Halifax keep on hustling and we have week 3 of our 2021 guide to the highlights of the holiday season!  1. Hanging out in the Hydrostone Friday night is fine by us! Celebrate the Annual Hydrostone Tree Lighting at 5:30 with refreshments, music and, of course, Santa! Purchase raffle tickets on site for a chance to win a gift ... Read More »

It’s going to be a holly, jolly, night-time market going, lobster trap & tree lighting good time!

1. It’s finally here! Urban Parent never misses Sackville’s Annual Christmas Tree Lighting! This Friday night, 6:30-7:30, Acadia Park, 650 Sackville Drive hosted by the Sackville Business Association! Take in the joyous celebrations with friends and family, warm up with hot chocolate, sing along with live entertainment, and end the evening with Santa lighting the Christmas trees! Don’t forget to dress ... Read More »

Let’s light up the weekend!

Feel that holiday twinkle this weekend, people! Light up your world, get crafty and shop-y and even meet Santa if you’re lucky… 1. Meet up at Dewolf Park this Sunday at 5:45 for the Light Up Bedford Parade! This special tradition for many families in Bedford and surrounding communities brings the community together for a festive evening to jumpstart the holidays ... Read More »

Crafty crafts, and twinkle lights. This weekend is pretty festive.

This weekend is beginning to feel a lot, like… festive! We have a line up full of plenty of Craft Shows as well as pancakes and sparkling trees. If you thought Halloween was the “most wonderful time of the year”, we will call you happily mistaken! That particular phrase belongs a certain upcoming winter holiday… We originally posted Light Up Bedford ... Read More »

Get your runners on! It’s the Bluenose Weekend!

This weekend is sprinkled with a little Christmas shopping, night time biking through the streets of the city, and the ever-loved Bluenose Marathon! 1. Get ready, set, go go go, and giv’er till ya quiver! It’s Bluenose Marathon weekend! The Doctors Nova Scotia Youth Run 2KM starts at 10 and 4KM at 10:15 on Sackville Street near Queen Street . After the ... Read More »

It’s going to be a SPOOKTACULAR weekend!

1. The Diwali Gala Night 2021, “Spreading of Light”, at the Dalhousie, McInnes Room, will light up this weekend! Beginning on Saturday at 4:30 until 10. The Hindu New Year brings rich Indian culture, food, art, music, and dance to be enjoyed by young and old alike. Tickets prices include entry to the event and delicious food. VIP $50, Non-Student $35, and ... Read More »

Weekend To-Do List: a Christmas craft fair, a movie, a haunted house & burgers!

1. Do you smell that in the air? It’s like the smell of fall, but with more of a jingle and a sparkle…a faint whiff of… Christmas! The Dartmouth Handcrafters Guild is hosting their 47th annual event, Christmas Craft Festival where a massive variety of crafts dazzle festival-goers. A fantastic opportunity for makers to gather and discuss all their crafty ideas, the ... Read More »

There’s so much to do this weekend!

1. Every October in Kentville, something magical happens… Not only do the Autumn colours look fabulous out in the country, but Pumpkin People show up in droves! If you haven’t seen these gourd-headed guys and gals for yourselves, get down to the valley before Halloween and see what kinds of silly antics they are getting up to! 2. The 5th annual Alderney ... Read More »

October brings some fall feelin’ fun!

1. Mark your calendars for Farm Fest 2021! Starting at 5 on Saturday, join the Cole Harbour Farm Museum for a fundraiser dance and party; enjoy a swing dancing lesson with Dal Kings Swing and fantastic live music performances in the farmyard! North Brewing will be on site to provide your favourite drinks and food will be on sale from Rose & ... Read More »

The Hants County Ex is back in action!

1. Make the short drive up Highway 101 to Windsor for The Hants County Ex  First established in 1765, the Hants County Exhibition is celebrating its 256th year making it the oldest continuously run agricultural fair in North America. Goes without saying that Hants County folk can serve up a double weekend of fun for the entire family, so get ... Read More »