Summer is a season for making lasting memories and cherishing quality time with our loved ones. Weekends are ideal for escaping the mundane and immersing ourselves in a world of excitement and exploration. There’s something for every family trying to make the most of their summer weekends, whether they’re looking for adventurous activities or tranquility in nature’s embrace.
With a plethora of events and activities taking place across the country, the options may appear to be overwhelming. Fear not, for this guide strives to assist by giving a pleasant array of weekend events and activities for the entire family. From frenetic metropolitan adventures to peaceful nature retreats, we’ll look at a variety of possibilities to meet every family’s tastes and interests.
43rd Clam Harbour Beach Sandcastle Competition
Head to Clam Harbour Beach this Sunday for the Clam Harbour Beach Sandcastle Competition! It provides cash prizes for various sand sculpting categories, as well as an on-site bus shuttle service to and from the beach after the park opens at 9:00 a.m.
Mother Goose Festival
This Saturday at the Ferry Terminal Park, Dartmouth (Alderney Landing), meet Nursery Rhyme Friends during the Mother Goose Festival presented by Kiwanis! Call all family member for this free and fun activity!
India Fest 2023
The Indian Festivals Club of Nova Scotia (IFCNS) is going to host India Fest 2023, which will feature a wide range of Indian food, clothing, arts and crafts, jewelry, and henna. This event will provide you with the opportunity to learn about Indian culture through authentic food, dancing, and music. IFCNS was formed in 2013 by a group of enthusiastic friends who wanted to highlight activities that could help to overcome cultural and community gaps.
The 20th Annual Northern Lights Lantern Festival
The Northern Lights Lantern Festival has highlighted North End Halifax since 2003. The Northern Lights Lantern Festival is a day of fun and creativity for people of all ages, when old friends meet new people. The festival honors the energy and diversity of Halifax’s North End. It is a true community festival where everyone is welcome. Admission, the BBQ, and the activities are all free. It’s a wonderful way to honor the North End as a community. So, gather your friends, gather your family, or come by yourself this Saturday at the Merv Sullivan Memorial Park at 5:00 pm.
More events and activities for the whole family at https://www.familyfuncanada.com/halifax/weekend-guide/
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