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Happy Labour Day!

Wednesday, September 2nd and 9th – PWYC West African Dance in the Commons (6pm)– Join accomplished dancer from Guinea, West Africa, Mohamed Duranteau for an evening of dance and fresh air, with the earth under your bare feet. This class is open to all levels of dance and fitness. This is a pay what you can class-suggested donation is $10+. Location is at the corner of Robie and Cogswell, behind the Emera Oval building.

Friday, September 4th – ARCHIVE (8pm – 11:30pm) Bluenose Ability Arts & Film Festival (BAAFF) is excited to present Because I Have a Voice: Hip Hop for Mental Health featuring local artists – Quake Matthews, O’Sound, Jody Upshaw, Wren Kelly, Maje, spoken word poet EI Jones and more. Alderney Landing in Dartmouth. Free and accessible, drive-in concert with limited seating for those without a vehicle. For more info visit www.baff.ca

Sunday, September 6th – Tea by the Sea (12 noon) – Come and join the fun by the sea. A wonderful afternoon full of music, laughter and of course tea! Waterfront Boardwalk.

Monday, September 7th – Labour Day 2020 – Aquakultre, Deirdre Lee, Beehive Collection, Zuppa Theatre Co. Online Celebrations for everyone. Visit www.MayworksHalifax.ca

Saturday, September 12th – Practically Everything Vintage Market (9am to 4pm) The 2nd Annual Outdoor Vintage Market will be held in Enfield, located at 449 Highway #2 in the heart of the community on 5 groomed acres. At the market you will find vintage, antique, architectural salvage, re-purposed, reclaimed, local artisans and wooden signs. For more info visit their Facebook page

Saturday, September 12th and 13th – East Coast Kite Festival 2020 (10am to 7pm) – Come and enjoy the fourth annual Kite Festival on Citadel Hill. This is a non-alcoholic, family and kid friendly event with FREE entry.

Saturday, September 12th – Halifax Colour Festival 2020 (11am to 4pm) – Join the fun for the 6th Annual Colour Festival. This event is open for everyone and all ages are welcome. There will be face painting, balloon artists, bouncing castles, beverage vendors and games! Halifax Common

Saturday, September 12th – Dave Cunning at Alderney Landing Theatre (7:30pm to 10pm) – Doors open at 7pm. Tickets are $30. For ticket locations phone 902-406-2337

Saturday, September 19th – Explore Shubie Park (12 noon to 4pm) A new event to celebrate the beginning of fall and provide a chance to learn about the dynamic natural and cultural heritage of Dartmouth’s premier urban park. There will be fun and free activities for the whole family, including kids and dogs!

Saturday, September 19th – MOSAIC Festival 2020 (12 noon to 9pm) This online event will be continuing to celebrate culture and diversity in Halifax, while following all the health and safety measures. Watch for the event at www.mosaicfestival.ca

Thurs, September 24th to 27th – 14th Annual Lebanese Cedar Festival – Bring your family and friends and come savor the sights, sounds and tastes. Four days of world class entertainment, authentic Lebanese cuisine, live musical and cultural shows, fun zone area, great cultural displays and more. Free Admission, 111Clayton Park Dr. For more info visit cedarfestival.ca

Have you been wondering what is being built down on the corner of Price and Alderney? It will be a cancer survivor garden, a place for reflection and built by our amazing community. Take a stroll to check out the progress

Shameless Plug of the Month: Food Bank, hosted by the Cole Harbour Woodside United Church. The Food Bank is open on the 1st and 3rd Tuesday afternoon of each month from 1pm – 3pm. They are part of the Feed Nova Scotia Network who help supply food to share. The congregation and local community also help fill our shelves. The Food Bank is operated out of the church hall and clients can come to the door at the far end of the building on the lower level. If you are visiting for the first time, please bring your health card number. The food bank is run by dedicated volunteers. If you are interested in helping with this very important ministry please let them know.

The market still hasn’t slowed down, with many buyers but very low inventory in HRM. This market is nothing like I have seen before. Our spring market is now our summer and fall market. If you are thinking of selling, this is a great time! We are still following the rules laid out for us by wearing masks, using hand sanitizer and filling out Covid 19 disclosure forms. If you have any questions about real estate please call or email me at rosemary@royallepage.ca or 902-209-7073

If you have any info you would like included in the October newsletter,
please call Rosie at 902-209-7073 or email rosemary@royallepage.ca

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