Do we know how to rock autumn or what? There is so much going on in Nova Scotia, you can take your pick of events: cultural, recreational, craftitional, or harvest festival.
- Culture days is ON all over the country and all over our fair province, check out the Lunenburg Lit Festival or make a model skull in Hantsport on Saturday morning, find Pokémon without an app in Sackville on Friday, or join a drumming circle at Pier 21 on Sunday. More details on these events and many more can be found on the Urban Parent calendar.
- Cole Harbour hosts its annual HRM Artisan Moms Fall Craft Market—a convention of quirky crafters. Make it out on Friday after work or on Saturday or Sunday between 10 and 3 to Cole Harbour Place.
- Take a spin on out to Hubbards and be there for the ribbon cutting of the Liam Mathers All-Wheels Skate Park at 10:00 am on Saturday to see the proof in the concrete that when a community comes together, grand things happen!
- Have you seen a pumpkin person? Do you know where they lurk? You can on Saturday the 1st of October in Kentville for the annual Harvest Festival when the Pumpkin People make this season’s first appearance. Festivities begin at 10:00 am in the town’s Centre Square.