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Glow Halifax

Halifax Glow Gardens Trust us when we tell you this is a Holidays 2019 must see and do with the kiddos—Glow Gardens, with its 85,000 square feet of lights will dazzle the eyes, ears, and spirit. Enter over a magical bridge into a land of sparkling wonder, a lit-up introduction of what glows ahead. This is a family-friendly indoor wonderland ... Read More »

Weekend Wrap Up, Nov 29, 2019

The holidays are upon us, Halifax! With this much joy and cheer abounding in HRM and beyond, your family is sure to find some festive fun to brighten the weekend. Tree lightings, the theatre, parades, and markets—take your pick. 1. Don’t miss Sackville’s Annual Christmas Tree Lighting Friday night at Acadia Park, 650 Sackville Drive hosted by the Sackville Business ... Read More »

Weekend Wrap-Up, Nov 22-24, 2019

A seasonal weekend with certain family joy so festive you can smell it in the winter air! 1. Buy local this holiday season at the Dalplex Christmas Craft Market! Featuring over 100 vendors from the Atlantic region and across Canada exhibiting their handcrafted pottery, jewelry, art, woodwork, toys, handmade treasures, delicious treats, and more! 2. Take a break from the ... Read More »

Weekend Wrap-Up, November 15-17, 2019

Urban Parent is pleased to give you the down low on how to kick start your holiday season. Parades, parties, and festive events await, all you need to bring is a little cheer! 1.Fancy a trip to the seaside? Then check out the 2019 Annual Seaside Christmas this weekend on Nova Scotia’s beautiful Eastern Shore! Follow the coastline and you ... Read More »

This weekend, get the jump on the holidays by heading to a holiday craft exhibition! 1. The Christmas Craft Village starts Friday at noon and has over 150 exhibitors with a little something for everyone! It’s three days of fun with great local food and handmade goods. Find ideal gifts from hand-knit/hand-sewn treasures, wood items, ornaments, delectable baking and preserves, ... Read More »

Weekend Wrap-Up November 1-3, 2019

1. It’s Christmas at the Forum, a holiday tradition since 1978! A festival of crafts, antiques, art, and food, and a photobooth! The entire craft show, affectionately known as “The Big One,” has been warming the hearts of thousands of visitors for 42 years! The craft fair runs all weekend, so there’s lots of time to pick a day to ... Read More »

Weekend Wrap Up, Oct 25-27, 2019

Check out these family friendly weekend events! 1. Ever since the mid-70s when six people formed the Dartmouth Handcrafters Guild as a non-profit group, it has been building momentum, growing in number to over 170 craftspeople, producing and sharing crafting ideas, and raising money for various charities. This weekend The guild’s is hosting their annual event, Christmas Craft Festival where ... Read More »

Weekend Wrap-Up, Oct 18th, 2019

1. KIDFEST! is a FREE Music Festival! Bring the whole family for a fun afternoon and enjoy the valley’s only festival created especially for Kids! Get yin our costumes early and come dressed up because it’s now a HALLOWEEN PARTY! Matt the Music Man has been performing children’s music since 2014 and has been nominated by Music Nova Scotia for ... Read More »

Weekend Wrap-Up, Oct 11, 2019

1. Get your family moving! Join the UMMAH Run Club this Saturday at Park West School! They will have weekly runs and/or walks to keep you in shape or maybe train for an upcoming event! Please insure that you register at the following link: UMMAH Run Club so they can add you to our list and receive information on their weekly ... Read More »

Weekend Wrap-Up, Oct 4th, 2019

1. It’s party time! Join in the fun at the Faith Tabernacle Church block party celebrating their 90th anniversary! There will be two bouncy castles, FREE food, popcorn machines, cotton candy, face painting, music, and games for kids! All are welcome. Saturday, 6-8 at 6225 Summit St. in Halifax. 2. How about a Saturday night of fun with Glow in the Park ... Read More »