Halifax Regional All Events

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Yoga with Cia! at St. Andrew's Church in Halifax, Nova Scotia
Non-intimidating, Non-Competitive, Non-Judgmental, yet fun, stress-relieving and energizing classes. Great for beginners or experienced Yogis.
Every Thursday from 5-6pm.
Start anytime. Great low prices!


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The 2016 Starfish Student Art Awards celebrate NSCAD's creative leaders. The seventh annual edition will be presented Thursday, April 21, 2016, 7 to 9 pm at NSCAD's Port Campus, 1107 Marginal Road, Halifax.

This is an event of drama, glamour and celebration, incorporating an art exhibition, awards ceremony and art sale of student works. Join us for hors d'oeuvres and drinks while you peruse the artworks of the 10 student finalists, one of whom will be named the 2016 Starfish Student Art Award prize winner.

About the award:
Established by property developer and art collector Louis Reznick and NSCAD University to recognize and promote exceptional students, the award celebrates top talent across 10 visual arts disciplines at the university.

The winning artist receives a $5,000 purchase prize, with the artwork added to a special section of the permanent President's Collection at NSCAD University known as “The Reznick Family Art Bank.” Nine finalists receive $1,000 each. This premier award provides young artists with vital visibility as they embark on their careers.

For more information and to order tickets, please visit:
http://halifax.boldtypetickets.com/events/31618203/2016-starfish-student-art-awards



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Apr 26
This gala event showcases the culinary creations of local chefs and features cuisine from around the world. The fund-raising event features a formal sit-down dinner, a silent auction and a special guest speaker.



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Apr 26
This event brings together an unparalled collection of tastes and experiences from international destinations around the world. With a wonderful silent auction and amazing food, guests are encouraged to to visit as many food stations as they can. All proceeds from the event will support clean, safe water.

For more information or to order tickets please contact Holly Davidson at UNICEF Canada.


Chefs for UNICEF 2014
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A unique celebration of East Coast culture, this consumer expo features a vendors showcase of products and services for healthy living, regional cuisine, travel and outdoor life. Demonstrations, samplings and entertainment are offered.



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Apr 28 to Apr 29
Awaken your entrepreneurial spirit at Atlantic Canada's LARGEST business conference, expo, and networking event of the year! EDCE helps small business owners, and entrepreneurs you take their business to the next level. Our 1.5-day event offers valuable insights and exclusive opportunities with over 20+ business-critical sessions, workshops, and presentations from top industry experts providing a world-class education. We couple this content with informative Keynotes, interactive expo features, one-on-one counseling and fun networking events – everything our attendees expect and need to address the ever changing business landscapes.

Whether you are in the start-up phase or a long-established company, EDCE has the resources you need to stay ahead of your competition. If you are looking to propel your business forward and take the next step to success, join us at EDCE, Halifax World Trade and Convention Centre, April 28-29, 2017. Atlantic Canada's #1 Small Business Event.


EDCE Halifax 2017
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Apr 28 to Apr 29
FOR TWO NIGHTS ONLY
(featuring a Roller Derby Demo from the Anchor City Rollers)
(in collaboration with Broken Turtle Productions)

Friday April 28 @ 7:30pm
Saturday April 29 @ 7:30pm
Roller Derby demonstration at 7:30, show begins at 8

Tickets available from Ticket Halifax $25
Student and Artist rate at the door $15

WRITTEN & PERFORMED BY NANCY KENNY
DIRECTED BY TANIA LEVY
Canadian Comedy Award Nominee and New Brunswick native, Nancy Kenny, is back on tour with her critically acclaimed one-woman show Roller Derby Saved My Soul. Since premiering at the Ottawa Fringe Festival in 2011, the production has been charming sold-out audiences at festivals across the country. Dubbed an action-adventure comedy on wheels, this critical darling of the 2013 Atlantic Fringe Festival wheels back into Halifax for two nights only!

Synopsis: Roller Derby Saved My Soul tells the story of Amy (Nancy Kenny), a shy young woman who spends most of her time reading comic books and watching Buffy the Vampire Slayer re-runs in her basement apartment. For her thirtieth birthday, her over-achieving younger sister June (also played by Kenny) drags her to a roller derby game. Inspired, Amy begins playing and embarks on an epic and hilarious journey of self-discovery. With a mixture of heartwarming honesty and snappy observations, Roller Derby Saved My Soul uncovers the superhero within while learning to love, laugh, and grab life kneepads.

Top Ten Must See Fringe Show – CBC Canada Writes

Canadian Comedy Award Nominee for Best One Person Show

WINNER
Outstanding Fringe Production – Les Prix Rideau Awards
Patron’s Pick – Winnipeg Fringe Festival & Vancouver Fringe Festival
Best in Fest – Ottawa Fringe Festival, Hamilton Fringe Festival
Critic’s Choice – Atlantic Fringe Festival

REVIEWS

“Comforting and uplifting.” – The Globe and Mail

“Nancy Kenny is a charmer... undeniably original.” – Montreal Gazette

“Perfect escapism and purely satisfying entertainment... Go see it.” - CBC Ottawa

“Roller Derby Saved My Soul skates straight into your heart.” – Edmonton Journal

"... makes us want to go out, lace up pair of skates, and like this play, kick some ass.” - Fully Fringed

“This fun, feel-good show will appeal to the shy weirdo in all of us.” – Bloody Underrated



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Apr 30

The 16th Annual Halifax Dump and Run will take place on Sunday April 30, 2017 at the Studley Gym. The doors open at 9am until 5pm.

The Halifax Dump and Run is Halifax's largest community garage sale! This event diverts waste from local landfills by collecting items people no longer have use for and selling them discounted, all proceeds go towards charitable organizations. Last year the event raised over $13,000.

We have residence drop-off rooms and community drop-offs will be accepted at the Studley Gym on April 29.

For more information email halifaxdumpandrun@gmail.com with any questions.



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Hosted by Mount Saint Vincent University, this annual musical festival features juried competitions of concert bands, choirs, orchestras and jazz and brass bands. Competitors from Canada and the United states converge on the city of Halifax for this performing arts event.



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Performers, teachers and adjudicators from across Canada and the United States converge on Nova Scotia each may for the largest band festival on the East Coast. Over 3000 musicians in concert bands, choirs, orchestras, chamber choirs and jazz and brass bands gather together for clinics and performances at this educational festival.
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Featuring a line up of regional, National and International comedic acts, this annual event takes place at numerous events in the greater Halifax area. The festival also offers two showings of the renowned Gala of Laughs to mark the finale of the event.



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Dreamscape is an annual fundraiser that celebrates the resilience of youth-in-need who have been supported by Phoenix and have been able to overcome obstacles to move on to live independent lives. The event is an extraordinary opportunity for networking with like-minded philanthropists who support social change. Event gets underway at 6:30 p.m.


Celebrate Youth at Dreamscape
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Spring is coming and so is Dreamscape! It's a celebration of fresh starts and new possibilities - both of the Spring season and of Phoenix's strong and resilient youth. This exciting event is your chance to support youth and families in their journey to thrive - because youth matter!

What can you expect? A fun-filled night of great entertainment, wonderful conversation, interactive fundraising and a three course, seasonally inspired meal, all in support of youth and families in our community!




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An international marathon that begins at Brunswick St in downtown Halifax. A variety of running and walking events are offered to suit all fitness levels. Choose from the Full Marathon, Half Marathon, 10K Race, 5K Run-Walk, Team Relay Marathon or the Youth Run.



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Established in 2004, Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon is a non-profit organization dedicated to inspiring Nova Scotians to engage in healthy and active lifestyles. In addition to walking and running events that include the 5KM, 10KM, Half, Full and Team Relay Marathons, the Doctors Nova Scotia Youth Run has become a flagship family activity and the largest youth event in Canada. A community minded organization supported by 1,400 volunteers, Blue Nose has created the Scotiabank Charity Challenge that supports 75 provincial charities and raises more than half a million dollars annually.

http://www.bluenosemarathon.com.



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The Scotiabank Blue Nose Marathon celebrates active, healthy living with five events: including a 5K, 10K, a Half and Full Marathon and a Youth Run. In addition, the Active Living Expo – free and open to the public – is a marketplace showcasing the latest health-related topics, products and services. Join the 16,000 walkers and runners, spectators and musicians on the streets of Halifax and Dartmouth. With Blue Nose, there is something for everyone!



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Festivities at this two-week chamber music festival include concerts, lectures, recitals, coaching sessions and more. Events occur at a variety of venues around the city.
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Savour the sights, sounds and tastes of everything Lebanese!

Including three evenings of world class entertainment, authentic Lebanese cuisine, Lebanese musical and cultural shows, children’s fun play area, mouth watering pastries, and much much more!

The 2014 Cedar Festival will boast one of the largest menus of the Festival season, with savory Mediterranean cuisine. For four spectacular days, the grounds of Our Lady of Lebanon Parish in the Fairview neighbourhood in Halifax will be transformed into a busy Beirut marketplace, with immortal Lebanese hospitality, feel Lebanese for a day at Cedar Festival!


June 5 - 8, 2014
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Halifax's Greek community welcomes visitors to this cultural celebration. Hosted by the St. George's Greek Orthodox Church and Community Centre, the event features live music, church tours, dance performances, language classes, food vendors and wine tastings.



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Regional and National acts take center-stage at this two-week event in downtown Halifax. Music acts, comedians and theatre performances are just some of the highlights of the festival.



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Festivities at this annual event include live music acts, pancake breakfasts, outdoor movie screenings, children's activities and fireworks. Events occur at a variety of locations in the Bedford area.
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Jul 06 to Jul 09
Savour a taste of Lebanon in the heart of Halifax at the 16th Annual Lebanese Festival!

The four day festival will run from July 6th - 9th, 2017 at the Olympic Community Centre (Corner of Windsor & Cunard Streets). 

Relax while enjoying Authentic Lebanese Food, Traditional Dance Performances and a Live Lebanese Band.  Take in the exhibits and shop for handcrafted work at the Artisan Gift Shop or visit Al-Arz Cafe known for its coffee and baklava.

Admission is FREE.  Yalla! 

Schedule: 
Thursday, July 6: 4pm-11pm
Friday, July 7: 11am-12am
Saturday, July 8: 11am-12am
Sunday, July 9: 11am-11pm

For more information visit www.lebanesefestival.ca 

And make sure to follow us:
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http://instagram.com/lebanesefestivalhalifax
https://twitter.com/LebFestHalifax
http://www.youtube.com/user/LEBFESTHalifax 



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No, it's not that permanent branding all the kids are getting on their bodies - it's a huge indoor exhibition that celebrates Canada's military present and past. The show features over 2000 civilian and military performers in an exciting, world-class 2-hour show. Entertainment includes bands, choirs, acrobats, comedians, military displays, competitions and more.



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The Halifax Dragon Boat Festival brings competitors and audiences out by the thousands in support of the Nova Scotia Amateur Sport Fund. The event features over 70 teams of 20 paddlers, plus a drummer to keep the paddle-rhythm, competing in a number of fun and friendly races.



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"Savour a Taste of Lebanon in the Heart of Halifax."

Come and celebrate the 15th Annual Lebanese Festival in Halifax.

The four day festival will run from July 7th - 10th, 2016 at the Olympic Community Centre (Corner of Windsor & Cunard Streets).

Relax while enjoying Authentic Lebanese Food, Traditional Dance Performances and a Live Lebanese Band. Take in the exhibits and shop for handcrafted work at the Artisan Gift Shop or visit Al-Arz Cafe known for its coffee and baklava.
Admission is FREE. Yalla!

www.lebanesefestival.ca
https://www.facebook.com/LebaneseFestivalHalifax
http://instagram.com/lebanesefestivalhalifax
https://twitter.com/LebFestHalifax
http://www.youtube.com/user/LEBFESTHalifax

Schedule:
Thursday, July 7: 4pm-11pm
Friday, July 8: 11am-12am
Saturday July 9: 11am-12am
Sunday July 10: 11am-11pm



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A Maritime tradition since 1950, this festival showcases the musical talents of fiddlers from around the region and beyond. Festivities include concerts, fiddling competitions and workshop opportunities. The majority of venues are in the Dartmouth area of the Halifax Regional Municipality.
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Since 1950 fiddlers and other musicians and dancers have gathered in Halifax to perform and compete in the Maritime Fiddle Festival. Workshops for fiddlers, guitar players and pianists are available, and musicians and step dancers all compete for a number of prizes. Events occur at the Akerley Campus as well as Prince Andrew High School, located next to Akerley.



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Highlights of this five-day event include a motorcycle show-and-shine, poker rallies, concerts, dances and bike games. An awards ceremony, dinners and a farewell gathering are offered to all registrants.
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Savour a Taste of Lebanon in the Heart of Halifax.


Come celebrate the Annual Lebanese Festival in Halifax Proudly Presented by TD Canada Trust.


Relax while enjoying Authentic Lebanese Food, Traditional Dance Performances and a Live Lebanese Band. Take in the exhibits and shop for handcrafted work at the Artisan Gift Shop or visit Al-Arz Cafe known for its coffee and baklava.


Admission is free. Yalla!


www.lebanesefestival.ca


https://www.facebook.com/LebaneseFestivalHalifax

http://instagram.com/lebanesefestivalhalifax


https://twitter.com/LebFestHalifax


https://www.youtube.com/user/LEBFESTHalifax


13th Annual Lebanese Festival
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This annual Jazz festival features an impressive line-up of Canadian and International Jazz performers. Performances range from large-scale stage shows to intimate jam sessions. Hopeful attendees should get their tickets early, since the event usually attracts around 65,000 people.



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Scotiabank Champions for Change is an event like no other in this region - a celebration of hockey in Nova Scotia, featuring players and coaches from the past, present, and future of the province's homegrown pastime. Come be inspired by local champs as they share their stories in support of Phoenix Youth Programs - a local non-profit that works to support homeless and at-risk youth of the greater Halifax area through a unique continuum of programs.

Event activities include:
• A Pre-event Fan Zone with opportunities to meet the Mooseheads, get autographs, play games, enter contests, and win prizes
• Inspiring stories from Phoenix youth
• Exciting interviews with hockey greats
• Live and silent auctions for valuable items and memorabilia
• Dinner and drinks

With various ticket options available, everyone’s welcome!

Fans in the Stands seating - general lowerbowl admission and boxed meal
• $20 - Individual tickets
• $400 - Team packages (20)

Floor seating - table admission, three course meal, and tax receipt
• $150 - Individual tickets ($75 tax receipt)
• $1500 - Full table (10 seats; $750 tax receipt)

VIP floor seating - admission to well placed table, three course meal, champion seated at your table, and tax receipt
• $2000 - Full table (9 seats + champion; $1,250 tax receipt)

For up to date information on this year's attending champions, visit the event website:

www.phoenixchampionsforchange.com



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Halifax's Pride Week celebrations offer events and activities that are accessible to everyone. All visitors are invited to enjoy movie screenings, youth art exhibits, drag shows and workshops, softball challenges, an AIDS walk, brunch and silent auction, cabaret nights, club nights, a Pride Parade and more.



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This week-long festival helps to raise awareness of gay, lesbian, transgender and bisexual rights and issues through a variety of festivities. Performing arts shows, seminars, community brunches and a parade are just a few of the activities available. The events take place at a variety of locations around the city.
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The Bell Aliant Natal Day Festival celebrates the civic holiday dedicated to the communities in and around Halifax and Dartmouth. Events and activities include a parade, live entertainment, sporting events, festival tents, family games, a huge fireworks display and more.



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The annual Busker Festival is a haligonian favourite, and always manages to attract many well-known street performers and buskers from around the world. Vendors, food, beer gardens, children's activities and a surplus of lively performances are available at this large festival.



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A four-week long workshop and Festival on Canada's East Coast where participants study opera in the context of rehearsing and performing an entire role in an opera.Our goals are to present two fully staged operas each summer in Halifax that challenge and enrich both artists and audience, and that are artistically and financially accessible to both. Our aesthetic is artist-centred, creative, professional, relatively low-budget, alternative, modern and respectful of our source material.
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This annual government-sanctioned air force flying exhibition showcases various aerial displays, including aerial stunts and army tactical demonstrations. There is also a selection of static aircraft to browse and a huge market that houses local vendors and businesses.
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The 7th Annual COLE HARBOUR HARVEST FESTIVAL will be held on Saturday, September 6th, starting with a FREE Pancake Breakfast at Cole Harbour Place at 9:00 a.m. followed by a grand parade running along the Forest Hills Parkway at 10:00 a.m.

The Salt Marsh Trail Running Club will also be holding its annual Fun Run on the Cole Harbour Commons off Auburn Drive at 9:00 a.m.

The parade will end at Cole Harbour Place at approx. 11:00 a.m. with many activities planned including Farmers Market, Health Fair, Bounce Games and interactive kids games including hockey/ringette skills, skateboard competition, inflatable golf, Antique Tractor Display with 4H Woodsmen Demonstration, Wagon Rides, face painting, balloon animals, and reptile display.

A Variety Show will be held on the Mainstage with multi-cultural entertainment groups, children entertainers, KiddlyWinX, hoola hoop demonstration by Halifax Hoopers, local singer/songwriter David Bradshaw (Songs from the Former County), and a Chef’s Cook-off until 3:00 p.m.!

The Cole Harbour Heritage Farm Corn Boil takes place from 4:30 to 6:30.

Fireworks at 9:00 p.m. followed by Cole Harbour’s first drive-in movie! In recognition of Cole Harbour Place’s 25th Anniversary, we are going back to 1989 and playing “Back to the Future” in the back parking lot!!! Seating for viewing will also be provided for those without a vehicle.

Also a free indoor skate at Cole Harbour Place.

Be sure to come out on September 6th for what promises to be the best Cole Harbour Harvest Festival yet!

For more information, visit our web site at www.coleharbour.org


Cole Harbour Harvest Festival
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Sep 11, Jan 15
Bridal Show Plus - Brides, Grooms and Guests are invited to Atlantic Canada's Most Prestious Bridal Shows, Bridal Show Plus - held in Sept and Grand Bridal Show - held in Jan. Come experience "Paris' at the September 2011 Show decorated with beautiful decor and feel like you are on top of the world. Sept. show will also feature a Maggie Sottero Fashion Gallery (the larget display of Maggie Sottero gowns ever held in the Maritimes) and fashion show by Winchester's Bridal. Shows run from 10-4 pm. Fabulous door prizes, giveaways, discounts and samples. Brides receive gift bags and surprizes at every show.
  • Cunard Centre   Address: 961 Marginal Rd. Halifax  NS  CAN  B3H 4P6


January 16, 2011 Bridal Show
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5pm - 10pm on Friday Sept 9th
11am - 10pm on Saturday Sept 10th
11am - 8pm on Sunday Sept 11th

Menu - food & bar

Come and immerse yourself in all things Italian.

The ICCA promotes Italian Canadian culture and heritage through language, food and social activities for all ages. This annual three day event includes food, beverages, music, bocce, face painting and games, along with information on our cooking & language classes.

Come out and celebrate Italian culture at the ICCA's annual Italian Weekend!
For more information contact (902) 453-5327 or icca@eastlink.ca
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Sep 20 to Sep 22
The 20th annual Bluewater Softball Men's Slo-pitch tournament will be hosted in Bedford on September 20 - 22nd, 2013.

Contact information 902 - 465 - 6656
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The Atlantic Film Festival's aim is to build a strong film industry in Atlantic Canada, promote local films and filmmakers and bring regional and international films to a local audience. A variety of movies made by filmmakers across the world are presented during the course of the festival.



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The completely free, annual event showcases and celebrates the exciting arts scene in Halifax. The Nocturne program and bus will be a guide to a variety of exhibitions in galleries and public spaces throughout the city. The signature event, designed and planned by volunteers within the community, will be an opportunity for everyone to experience the art of Halifax - in a whole new light.

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Held every October in a variety of venues throughout Halifax, this festival began in 1993. Music enthusiasts will find well over 100 musical acts to enjoy over the course of this five day event. Past performers of the Halifax Pop Explosion include, the Arcade Fire, Stars, Jason Collett and Cat Power.
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Experience the premier social event of the season at the Laing House Masquerade Ball, A Night in España. Travel with us to vibrant Spain and stir your soul with rhythmic flamenco, savory tapas and lively piazzas. Let passion overtake you – join the fiesta and dance the night away - olé!



Laing House Masquerade Ball, A Night in España
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Bridal Show Plus held annually at the Cunard Centre Halifax. Over 100 exhibits, Several thousands of dollars in door prizes. Grand prize - 4 night stay at a selected SANDALS RESORTS INCLUDING AIRFARE.Fashion Show. The largest Fall Bridal Show in Atlantic Canada!



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This event unites the colourful fans of the popular British soap and longest-running TV show in history, Coronation Street. The name 'Pingfest" originally came from a misspelling of the word 'Pintfest', and now the word is common vocabulary to corrie lovers throughout the world. Pingfests often feature stars of the show.
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Nov 03
Come join us for a flurry of activities and connect with your local outdoor community.
The festival will feature product demos, a place to swap your gear, all kinds of winter clinics, local clubs and activity groups.

11am to 4 pm

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Atlantic Canada’s first and only international flamenco festival. This unique cultural, educational and artistic event enriches the community life of the city and region. The festival features both distinguished Spanish artists and renowned local groups. The festival also offers a number of related events and outreach programs, such as the free library concert series in conjunction with HRM Public Libraries, exhibitions at PIER 21 (Canada’s Immigration Museum), workshops and screenings.



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An annual event in Halifax since 1978, this popular arts and crafts fair features a wide range of exhibitor booths dealing in hand-crafted art, antiques and food.
  • Halifax Forum   Address: 2901 Windsor St. Halifax  NS  CAN  B3K 5E5
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100 of Nova Scotia's finest craftspeople show their work at the Cunard Event Centre at Pier 23 on the Halifax Waterfront. Free Parking.





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Join us in celebrating the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities with the Annual Symposium on Inclusive Education and Employment in Halifax, NS.
Our symposium speaks of the challenges and opportunities persons with disabilities encounter on the road towards education, work and community. Highlights include a gala dinner with keynote speaker. Visit our website for more information and a link to register online.



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Jan 01 to Jan 31
January is Crime
Stoppers Month.

It is an opportunity for the various Crime Stoppers
programs around the world to focus attention on
the continuing efforts to combat crime and keep
our streets safe.

Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers could not have achieved
the success that we have since our formation here
in 1987 without the dedicated support of our local
Police agencies, members of the community who
have contributed financially or provided tips
about unsolved crime and the media which have
publicized our activities and highlighted unsolved
crime on an ongoing basis.

Crime Stoppers Month has been celebrated annually
since being officially proclaimed in 1986 during
the Crime Stoppers International training conference
held that year in Edmonton and through the years
has been acknowledged by heads of state including
Queen Elizabeth, several Canadian prime ministers
and presidents of the United States, numerous
state governors and provincial premiers as well
as leaders of law enforcement organizations including
the RCMP and our local Police partners.

I would like to thank everyone who has given support
to Nova Scotia Crime Stoppers through the years
and pledge that our volunteer board of directors
and all of our volunteers through this province
will continue working diligently to ensure our
Crime Stoppers program has the resources to operate
effectively to resolve and reduce crime in our
community.
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This annual event showcases vendors and products to aid in planning weddings. Photographers, florists, invitation printers, catering companies and honeymoon travel agents are just a few of the vendors available. The show also offers a number of door prizes and showcases bridal fashions in two main stage fashion shows.
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This annual event showcases the newest products in boating and marine equipment. A wide range of motorboats, personal watercraft and docks are featured. Special presentations, a children's activity area and a silent auction are just a few of the additional offerings.



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The Savour Food & Wine Festival is a series of unique events designed to celebrate cultural interest and passion for great food and wine. The Festival is celebrated throughout the months of January, February and March and features jazz brunches, art and wine expos, cooking demonstrations, winery tours and more.



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An annual event in Halifax since 1983, this trade show highlights the latest in outdoor sports with retailer displays, seminars and demonstrations. A wide range of outdoor products for fishing, hunting, camping and boating are on display.



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