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Take Time to Remeber

Friday, Nov, 4th, 5th and 6th – Christmas at the Forum – This event has earned the reputation for presenting the largest most diverse selection of quality crafts and art in the region, for creating a joyous, festive atmosphere. Friday and Saturday from 10am to 9pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm. Boutique Show Nov 11th and 13th and Nov 19th and 20th. For more info and tickets, please visit https://christmasattheforum.com/the-show/

Saturday, Nov 12th – Kris Kringle Craft Show and Pancake Breakfast – They have opened the entire centre! Featuring a pancake breakfast, craft show and baked goods. Come and browse 80 fantastic craft tables in the gymnasium and classrooms! North Woodside Community Center. For more information call 902-463-9276

Saturday, Nov 19th – Warm up to Winter craft Market – Warm up to winter at our annual outdoor craft market! Find all sorts of handmade crafts by local artisans, as well as some delicious treats, and an outdoor fireplace to cozy up to! 11am to 3pm at the Cole Harbour Farm Museum. For more info visit https://coleharbourfarmmuseum.ca/event/warm-up-to-winter-craft-market/

Saturday, Nov 19th – Holiday Parade of Lights – Downtown Halifax will celebrate the 27th annual SaltWire Holiday Parade of Lights presented by Eastlink. The parade attracts tens of thousands of spectators who look forward to the sights and sounds of this to kick off to the holiday season. The Holiday Parade of Lights is a community event that also serves as an integral fundraiser for non-profit organizations including FEED Nova Scotia. Start time is 6pm For more info visit https://www.saltwire.com/holiday-parade-lights/

Wednesday, Nov 23rd to Jan 2nd – Glow Gardens Halifax – Laugh & Stroll under the twinkle of a million lights at “Santa’s Lost Presents”, Towering exhibits, interactive activities, and glowing playgrounds will delight the whole family. Kick back at our licensed bar and enjoy a selection of beverages, food, and festive music by local performers. Shop the winter market, showcasing local artisans and boutique businesses. Halifax Exhibition Centre. For more info visit https://www.glowgardens.com/halifax-christmas/

Thursday, Nov 24th – Holiday Coffee House – An evening made for singers and poets alike. Join them in the gorgeous and historic Evergreen House for an evening of music, poetry, light snacks, refreshing beverages and good friends! 5pm to 7pm. Coffee House by donation. Dartmouth Heritage Museum. For info visit https://www.dartmouthheritagemuseum.ns.ca/2022/09/06/fall-winter-events-exhibits/

Friday, Nov 25th to the 27th – Coastal Dance Theatre presents – Alice in Winterland – Tickets:
Adults, Seniors and Students $20 + applicable fee, Children. Alderney Landing Theater. For more info on this show and other visit https://www.alderneylanding.com/theatre/theatre-events/

Saturday, Nov 26th and 27th – Vintage Christmas Show – Join the region’s TOP vintage sellers for the biggest and most fun show of the year! 1800 Argyle Street. Check it out on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/events/1466877607125177?active_tab=about

Rosie Loves Local – Pick of the Month– My Recipe Indian Mutli Cusine is very much on my Favourite list. Here is a list of top “must try” list! chicken frankies, ragda samosa chat, Hakka chow mein, mushroom matar masala, dal makhana, chicken handi and Jeera rice and of course, a manjo lassi. Great food, super friendly service. Check them out at @myrecipeimc

Shameless Plug of the Month: Thursday, Nov 10th, 11th and 12th and 18th and 19th – WHO KNEW? – An original Cole Harbour Woodside United Church Dinner Theatre Production! Enjoy an amazing three course roast beef dinner, live band and fun show! It’s the 1950’s and tragedy has struck again at the Chateaux Newberry and Winery! Join them for a tale of twists and turns, family secrets, and deception! Show starts at 7pm doors open at 6:30pm. Tickets are $45 each. Phone 902-434-7714 to reserve your seat!

Real Estate Update – Despite a lot of shifting in the market over the past few months, we are still in a seller’s market with low inventory and many pre-approved buyers looking for homes. Days on market are slowly increasing and buyers are often able to bid on properties without the frantic competing. If you’re a buyer with a pre-approved mortgage, it could be an excellent time to buy – interest rates have increased but there are more homes on the market than in the spring, and list prices seem to be a lot closer to sale prices so you have a better idea of what you can buy. If you have questions or want to chat about the market, give me a call – I’d be happy to help!

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

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