Just like that! A new year is here! As we welcome 2023, we can look forward to a brand-new chapter of family fun and creating lasting memories with the people we love. Any month that begins with a holiday is sure to be fantastic; this month, there are plenty of family-friendly events to attend!
Hatfield Farm Family Round-Up
Hatfield Farm, which is close to Halifax, provides a variety of services, including wagon and sleigh rides as well as the ideal location for your wedding, birthday party, or group or corporate event.
Brian Hatfield founded Hatfield Farm in 1992. Hatfield Farm has developed over the past 20 years from a little wagon ride outlet to a well-liked tourist destination that receives over 60,000 visitors annually from all over the world. They are located at Hammonds Plains, Nova Scotia, at 1840 Hammonds Plains Road.
The World Juniors in Halifax!
Who’s up for some top-notch hockey?! Until January 5, 2023, will see the 2023 IIHF World Junior Championship to be held in our very own Scotiabank Center.
Visit the #ExploreNB Fan Fest before, during, or after the games at the Scotiabank Centre for a ton of family-friendly entertainment. Live entertainment, watching parties, bounce houses, face painters, mascots, merchandising, and more are all part of the festivities!
Ross Farm Winter Frolic
At Ross Farm Museum, winter is enjoyable. This weekend, January 14-15, come along for a sleigh ride and indulge in a steaming cup of hot chocolate. Visit the farm workshop and try some ice cream that is created there. Bring your toboggan—their coasting hill is fantastic. You can also bring your own skis and snowshoes, or you can borrow at the farm. Visit them at 4568 Highway 12, New Ross, Nova Scotia.
MadSadGlad with Symphony Nova Scotia
The orchestra from Nova Scotia is called Symphony Nova Scotia. Symphony Nova Scotia, which has its headquarters in Halifax/K’jipuktuk and performs all around the province, annually engages more than 50,000 Nova Scotians of all ages with some of the most cutting-edge concerts and educational opportunities in the nation.
Join Symphony Nova Scotia for the Family Series: MadSadGlad on January 14 & 15 and learn how music can portray anger, sadness, joy, and more. You’ll leave with a better understanding of how music affects us, and a smile on your face for sure!
More events and family activities at https://www.familyfuncanada.com/halifax/family-friendly-events-in-halifax-january/
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