Ski Nova Scotia
Get Your Ski On! The Ultimate Guide to Nova Scotia Ski Hills

Nova Scotia has some amazing opportunities for winter sports, including several options for fun family skiing. How about a warm apres-ski drink at Wentworth, Pizza night at Ben Eoin, or an off-grid weekend in a rustic chalet at Ski Tuonela? In our Ultimate Guide to the best Nova Scotia ski hills,
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The World Junior Hockey Championship in Halifax!

Who is ready for some world-class hockey? The 2023 IIHF World Junior Championship is taking place from December 26, 2022, to January 5, 2023, in Halifax’s very own Scotiabank Centre. The excitement doesn’t stop there. In addition to the multiple games taking place each day of the championship series, there
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Family Friendly Events in Halifax – January

What’s happening around our beautiful city? Enjoy this month-at-a-glance listing of ongoing events in January, happening in Halifax, Dartmouth, Bedford, Sackville and beyond! So another year is upon us and as we welcome 2023, we can look forward to a new chapter of family fun and making memories with the
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Where to Skate in HRM: Public Skates and Family Skates, Winter 2022/2023

Fun Fact: Did you know that Halifax was home to British North America’s very first indoor skating rink, way back in 1863? It was in the Public Gardens! Click here to read that story from CBC Nova Scotia. Continuing with this tradition, there are plenty of Public Skates and Family
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Set’em up and Knock’em Down – The Best Places to Bowl in HRM

Set’em up and knock’em down at your local bowling ally. It is time to teach your kids about the fun we use to have perfecting our bowling stride back in the day. Ordering fries, drinking sodas, and playing arcade games, the bowling ally has always been a great place for
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Celebrate the Winter Solstice
How to Celebrate the Winter Solstice

The Winter Solstice takes place every year on December 21st and marks the first day of winter. In the northern hemisphere, the date also marks the 24-hour period with the fewest daylight hours, this is why it is known as the shortest day of the year or the longest night
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Christmas Craft idea! Easy Hand-Painted Wrapping Paper

This year, I have made a commitment to myself to not go overboard; My family will not let consumerism consume our holidays. So far, we’ve sourced our own Christmas tree and made homemade Christmas decorations. We’ve gifted baked goods, and jams and added a personal touch to every gift. When
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Gift Experiences
Better than Toys Experience Gift Guide

Sponsored by The Museum of Natural History  Traditionally, we think of Christmas gifts as brightly wrapped boxes adorned with tidy little bows that are stacked neatly under the tree. While it is true that unwrapping a new toy on Christmas can be pretty thrilling, it pales in comparison to the
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