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NS Mass Choir
NS Mass Choir Presents ‘A Celebration in Song’

The Nova Scotia Mass Choir presents, ‘A Celebration in Song’, a special performance in celebration of African Heritage Month. This multi-cultural community gospel choir sings to promote racial harmony and peace. Heading into its 28th year, the award-winning Nova Scotia Mass Choir recently performed their signature event,’The Dream Continues’- a
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Rays Wildlife
Little Ray’s Wildlife Festival

Little Ray’s Reptile Zoo is combining forces with Nashwaak Valley Farm and returning to Halifax with the Little Ray’s Wildlife Festival – an enormous wildlife extravaganza that your kids will LOVE! The 15,000 square foot exhibit will feature over 30 live animal exhibits, 2 highly interactive educational programs that will rotate
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Harlem Globetrotters
The Legendary Harlem Globetrotters are back in Halifax!

Entertainment you’ll never forget! The Harlem Globetrotters are coming back to the Scotiabank Centre, Halifax with their amazing family show featuring some of the greatest athletes on the planet. With incredible ball handling wizardry, amazing rim-rattling dunks and trick shots, side-splitting comedy and unequaled on-court fan interaction, this amazing basketball
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Emera Oval
New Years Eve at the Emera Oval

Welcome 2020 with some outdoor family fun at the Emera Oval! Bring the whole clan for a New Year’s Eve skate and enjoy the fireworks show after skating. Do you have little ones bubbling with excitement but can’t stay awake until midnight? No problem! There will be an early fireworks
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New Years
New Year’s Eve at the Grande Parade

  It’s the biggest New Year’s Eve party in the city and this year’s annual party at the Grande Parade will be broadcasted on live television so you can celebrate with your family and friends, near and far! The party will get underway with a DJ, followed by three great
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Halifax City Hall
2020 New Years Day Levees in Halifax

The New Years Day Levee is a wholly Canadian event! Read more about the tradition here. In Halifax, there are several Levees, which are simply meet-and-greets for Governors and dignitaries or elected officials to say “Happy New Year!” to the public.  Although most kids over the age of 10 are likely
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New Year's at Noon
Mayor’s New Years Day Levee

All are welcome to attend the annual Mayor’s New Years Day Levee at City Hall. The levee is a special opportunity for Nova Scotians to exchange New Year’s greetings with the Mayor, Mike Savage, and Regional Council. Light refreshments will be provided. Mayor’s New Years Day Levee When:  Tuesday, January
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Lieutenant Governor's New Year's Day Levee
Lieutenant Governor’s New Years Day Levee

All are welcome to attend the annual Lieutenant Governor’s New Year’s Day Levee at Government House. The levee is a special opportunity for Nova Scotian’s to exchange New Year’s greetings with the Lieutenant Governor and to visit the oldest vice-regal residence in North America. Lieutenant Governor’s New Years Day Levee
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Herring Cove Polar Bear Dip
Herring Cove Polar Bear Dip

  Start 2020 off with a splash – join in the 25th annual Herring Cove Polar Bear Dip! They welcome both first-time jumpers and annual jumpers and hope to make this year the biggest yet! There is no cost to take the dip, however, they encourage all jumpers to take
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Fairview Tree Lighting
Fairview Family Christmas Tree Lighting

  Freeman’s and the Fairview Community Association presents the ‘Fairview Family Tree Lighting’. Meet at Freeman’s to start the evening, where there will be FREE food, carolers and Christmas fun. The party will continue by candlelight procession to Titus Park for the tree lighting and fireworks! Fairview Christmas Tree Lighting
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