With the first “ber” month coming to an end, another exciting new month is approaching! This means that more events and activities are in store just for you!
Nova Scotia Forest Festival
Enjoy a showcase of the various ways Nova Scotians connect to the province’s forests for their livelihood, housing, recreation, food, and heritage. The Nova Scotia Forest Festival is presented by The Lake Charlotte Area Heritage Society and will be celebrated on the 1st day of October. Events and activities will start at 11:00 AM and culminates in the Golden Axe-throwing Competition which starts at 1:30pm. Local businesses will be going axe-head to axe-head to see who has the chops.
In 1995, residents of the “Loop”—Lake Charlotte, Ship Harbour, DeBaie’s Cove, Owls Head, Little Harbour, Clam Harbour, and Clam Bay—as well as Upper Lakeville, Oyster Pond, and East and West Jeddore—founded the Lake Charlotte Area Heritage Society. Their mission is to inspire an enduring appreciation for the heritage of the Eastern Shore in both residents and visitors.
Halifax NS Down Syndrome Walk with Friends
Joining a physical fitness activity with the community while helping those in need has always a positive effect in our lives. Other than it helps your body to become healthier, you get a chance to touch the lives of other people in your own way. Come and join Walk with Friends event presented by the Halifax NS Down Syndrome Society this October 1!
The Halifax NS Down Syndrome Society is a volunteer, non-profit organization which acts as a resource to everyone with an interest in Down syndrome in Nova Scotia. They offer information and supports for New Parents of children with Down syndrome. The organization aims to provide as a constant source of information and a point of contact for families and other individuals in Nova Scotia who has a Down syndrome.
In-Ward: A Contemporary Hip-Hop Dance Showcase
In-Ward is presented by The Live Art Dance and a choreographic work by Alexandra ‘Spicey’ Landé and EBNFLŌH Dance Company. This show plunges us into the deep waters of the human psyche depicting the overlapping of feelings, and the subtle contradictions of the unconscious—both individual and collective—while faced with forced confinement, sharing same spaces, and isolation. This is co-presented by Prismatic Arts Festival at the Neptune Theatre Scotiabank Stage.
Live Art Dance has been recognized as Atlantic Canada’s premier dance presenter! They present a thrilling, contemporary, movement-based art in Halifax at an affordable price. Furthering Canada’s role in the world of dancing and the development of the artistic scene of Halifax are the commitments and mission of the organization. One of their missions is ensuring that these world-renowned productions remain accessible to all.
The Australian Pink Floyd Show
As part of the All That’s To Come 2022 World Tour, Scotiabank Centre Concert Bowl in Halifax will bring you The Australian Pink Floyd Show this October 4! The songs that mean so much to Pink Floyd fans across the world will be performed on stage. This tour furthers TAPFS’s commitment to the legacy of Barrett, Waters, Gilmour, Wright, and Mason with a performance that pays sincere and genuine homage to those legendary Pink Floyd productions, covering music from every stage of Pink Floyd’s career, from Ummagumma to The Division Bell and all albums in between. TAPFS promises to provide a memorable live experience with its cutting-edge lighting and video, pinpoint lasers, enormous inflatables, and faultless live sound that was the standard of Pink Floyd performances.
More shows, events, and live performances at https://discoverhalifaxns.com/events/
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