Truth and Reconciliation x Grand Oasis
In and around the Grand Parade Square at the Grand Oasis, enjoy FREE live music, dance, art, and culture by going downtown with your family and friends. You can utilize the patio furniture and picnic tables that will be available, or you are welcome to bring your own chairs and blankets. All summer long, the stage will be filled with amazing Canadian talent! Reserve your FREE pass today for Grand Oasis, which has a small capacity. This Friday will be its last weekend of this series and with Indigenous artists gracing the stage to observe Truth and Reconciliation Day, it is sure to be a memorable event.
The Halifax Mooseheads
Great news for hockey lovers from Halifax because the Mooseheads are back and ready for the 2022-23 hockey season! Let’s support them as they battle it out with the Cape Breton Eagles this Saturday at the Scotiabank Centre! Let’s create new memories with our families by watching one of the country’s favourite pass times!
Kentville Pumpkin People Festival
Kentville is a rich and diverse community of friendly, helpful, and connected residents—and visitors. The people of Kentville savour the chance to share experiences with each other, be it a signature festival like Harvest Festival, a sporting event, or just bumping into each other at the local pub.
This October, visit Kentville with your family and experience the magic of the Pumpkin People. You never know what kind of silly antics you’ll see these gourd-headed guys getting up to! Learn how these Pumpkin People create an Animal Kingdom for you to explore for the whole month of October!
Looking for a soccer game this weekend? Bring your family and friends and let us all cheer for our very own Halifax Wanderers! They will be battling in out in their home field against the Atlético FC! Prepare your loudest cheers this 1st day of October at 3:00 pm and be at The Wanderers Grounds, Sackville Street, Halifax!
AfterWords Literary Festival
Each October, the AfterWords Literary Festival brings together the top writers from around the world, Canada, and the Atlantic Canada in Halifax. There are events all during the festival that are specifically for your little bookworm, even though the majority of these activities target a more mature audience. You can bring your kids and their friends to listen to the children’s book authors Briana Corr Scott, Lawrence Hill and Lauren Soloy read their books!
More events this weekend at https://www.familyfuncanada.com/halifax/weekend-guide/
Photo by Leah Kelley: https://www.pexels.com/photo/group-of-people-enjoying-music-concert-325521/