• The Salvation Army Hope in the City Leadership Breakfast

    Westin Nova Scotia, 1181 Hollis Street, Halifax NS
    To continue to do the work that we do, it is imperative that we connect with our community, raise funds and re-invest them back into our programs and services throughout the Maritime provinces. This sixth annual event will bring together approximately 400 business and community leaders for a morning of networking, entertainment and education, all in support of the work that The Salvation Army is doing right here in the Maritimes.
  • Support 4 Sport Awards

    Halifax Convention Centre
    The Support4Sport Awards celebrate the outstanding achievements of athletes, coaches, officials, sponsors and volunteers from around the province – all of whom have contributed to sport in Nova Scotia. These individuals represent the best of amateur sport, not only by virtue of their athletic achievement but also through their dedication and commitment to sport.
  • IWK 5K – In Memory of Jessica

    Dewolfe Park, Bedford
    A family friendly fun run/walk in support the IWK Foundation. Jennifer Manuel started organizing this event in 2010 in memory of her daughter Jessica, who passed away June 2008 at the IWK Neonatal Unit. Running made her feel “normal” again, and it gave her the strength to get through the day. She wanted to run in a race that she was passionate about, and was looking for a run for the IWK, or for a children’s charity, but she couldn’t find one locally… so she started her own.
  • MS Walk

    Canada Games Centre, Clayton Park
    There’s a good chance you know someone living with multiple sclerosis because Canada has the highest rate of MS in the world. We walk for our mothers, daughters, fathers, brothers, cousins and friends. We walk to end multiple sclerosis. And while Canada does have the highest rate of MS in the world, we are also home to some of the best MS research. Let’s be the country that finds the cure for Canada’s disease.
  • Gutsy Walk

    Sackville Landing, Halifax Waterfront
    Become part of Canada’s largest community event committed to raising funds for Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. Show loved ones living with Crohn’s and colitis they are not alone. Let's stop the pain, multiple surgeries, and missed moments.
  • Sun Life Walk to Cure Diabetes for JDRF

    Dewolfe Park, Bedford
    Join us for the Sun Life Walk to Cure Diabetes for JDRF and help raise funds for type 1 diabetes research! Be part of a collective rally that brings together thousands of people whose lives are touched by type 1 diabetes every day, who are tired of the hardship of this disease, who want to be heard, raise money and change the face of type 1 forever.

    Pace Yourself! on June 3, Run or walk in Nova Scotia's vineyards while experiencing different flavours of wine along the route in Brigadoon's third annual Wine & Dash! This event will bring the community together to create awareness and raise funds for Brigadoon Village, while enjoying some of the most scenic views and tasty wine the Valley has to offer!
  • Tim Hortons Camp Day

    On Tim Hortons Camp Day, every coffee you order helps send kids from low income families to a Tim Horton Camp so they can see a world of possibility. 100% of hot coffee sales and bracelets purchased at participating restaurants are donated to the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation and will go toward giving thousands of youth from low-income families a life-changing experience. Tim Hortons Camp Day, buy a coffee, brighten a kids future!
  • Halifax Greekfest

    Authentic Greek cuisine, traditional Greek entertainment and much More! $5 day / $8 weekend pass. Free for seniors 65+ and kids under 10. Free Admission on Thursday!
  • Walk the Walk for Autism

    The Olympic Community Centre on Hunter Street
    With thousands of participants province-wide, Walk the Walk for Autism is the largest autism awareness event in the history of Nova Scotia! All funds raised stay in the community in which they were raised, contributing to the growth of autism programs and services in rural and urban Nova Scotia. Walk as an individual, Walk as a team, or Walk as a sponsor! Together we can create a world where all people living with autism can live their lives fully.
  • Lebanese Festival

    Olympic Community Centre, 2304 Hunter Street
    Since 2001, the annual Halifax Lebanese Festival has been rated one of the most successful and vibrant summer events in the city of Halifax. Held at the Olympic Community Center on Hunter Street, the Festival offers a famously deliciously array of authentic Lebanese food, live entertainment, performances, and various activities for the whole family to enjoy.
  • Cavendish Beach Music Festival ‘presented by Bell

    Celebrating its 10th anniversary in a BIG way - this year Cavendish Beach Music Festival is adding a 4th day featuring Shawn Mendes!!! Tickets are on sale now!
  • Halifax Busker Festival

    From fire breathers and acrobatics, to comedians and magicians, the Halifax Busker Festival brings the best street performers in the world to the Halifax waterfront. The Festival runs for six days over Nova Scotia’s Natal Day long weekend. With 300 shows in six days, the Festival highlights performances from Noon – 10 PM on multiple stages.