Plan ahead this Holiday season…

It’s hard to believe that Remembrance Day is already just a couple days away. And after this important event, the festive season is just around the corner! 

Like most people, almost every year I say I’m going to get ahead of the game for the holidays, look ahead, shop early and make plans in advance. But… I rarely ever do! Life just gets so busy this time of the year.

To help myself out, and many like me, I thought I’d get the festive calendar ready and take a good look at the upcoming weeks! Here’s a first glance at the HRM holiday season…

November 11Remembrance Day Ceremonies at Point Pleasant Park and Grand Parade

November 16 (and December 6) – Shopping Under the Stars on Spring Garden Road

November 16-18Nova Scotia Designer Crafts Council Craft Show

November 17Holiday Parade of Lights (currently looking for volunteers) Downtown Halifax

November 20 – Opening Night at Neptune Theatre of Elf: The Musical (runs through to January 6)

November 23-25Dalplex Christmas Craft Market

November 24HRM Christmas Tree Lighting

November 30-December 1Symphony Nova Scotia Maritime Fusion Concert featuring Jimmy Ranking

December 7-15 – Symphony Nova Scotia presents The Nutcracker

Of course, there are always endless client receptions, work parties, family get-togethers and other fun, festive outings over the holiday season. This is just to give you an idea of some of the signature holiday events you should be planning for in HRM. And of course.. your own holiday shopping, volunteering, donating and charity work.

Only 45 days until Christmas! 

Don’t miss our festive brochure if you’re looking for corporate, family or friends-related outings this Christmas season (we have a great New Years Eve and New Years Day).

Happy planning!


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