Be thrilled with amazing performances from the different festivals around Halifax! Until September 11, the Halifax Fringe Festival will be performing their usual presentation of accessible, unjuried, and uncensored festival! All performance will take place at Kjipuktuk/Halifax. From September 15 to 22, enjoy the FIN Atlantic International Film Festival with your friends and family at the Cineplex Cinemas Park Lane; and come together for a shared love in stories that reflect the human condition through drama, comedy, action, and documentaries. It’s also a chance for filmmakers and fans to exchange thoughts on the creative process and technical aspects of movie making. You can also witness the annual Prismatic Arts Festival, a multidisciplinary arts festival that showcases and celebrates innovative work by Indigenous artists and artists of colour from across Canada.
Enjoy Halifax’s North End and join Open Street Sunday this September 18! This is a street party you don’t want to miss! This is an annual event that helps animate Halifax’s city streets and public spaces with live music, games & activities, street sales, community markets, great food, and so much more! It also encourages people to enjoy their City in a new way by walking, biking and moving around safely and comfortably on the street.
The month of September is a great time for picnics! You can have your curated picnic boxes from Lemonade General Store or Rudy’s Catering, or shop local and pack your own. There are a lot of picnic spots throughout HRM. You can pick spots from Downtown Dartmouth or to some local places with picnic fare such as Arthur’s Urban Market (Downtown Halifax); Local Source Market (North End Halifax); Luke’s Small Goods (North End Halifax); and Uprooted Market & Cafe (Musquodoboit Harbour).
For the water adventurers, enjoy and explore protected bays, secluded beaches, and granite islands along the coast of Lower Prospect on a guided sea kayak tour with East Coast Outfitters (ECO)! ECO is a community based outdoor resource centre featuring premier quality guided sea kayak tours, lessons, and equipment rentals. Aside from the lessons, visitors learn about the natural and cultural history of the area while experiencing some of the best sea kayaking anywhere. They are located in the community of Lower Prospect, Nova Scotia, 45 minutes from the Halifax International Airport, and halfway between the city of Halifax and world-famous Peggy’s Cove.
You can also enroll and learn surfing with the Nova Scotia’s best surf instructors at the East Coast Surf School! Nico Manos, founder of the school, is the first and only professional surfer from Nova Scotia. After surfing all over the world he chose Lawrencetown Beach to continue sharing his passion for surfing. He has taught thousands of people to surf over the past decade. He has brought together some of the finest surf instructors on the East Coast. He is also the coach of the Canadian Junior Surf Team.
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