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Musquodoboit Valley Festivals & Events

Below is a calendar of Annual Events hosted by various community groups and organizations in Musquodoboit Valley. Please join us for the festivities! 

For details and dates for a particular event, have a look at the most recent issue of TownCryer News or see Upcoming Events at www.mvta.net  


JAN Annual Robbie Burns Night - Bicentennial Theatre & Cultural Centre, Middle Musquodoboit

APR Dean Maple Syrup Festival
Fishing Season begins (see Nova Scotia Fisheries & Aquaculture for details)

MAY Musquodoboit Valley Lions Club Annual Walk for Dog Guides

JUNE

Farmers Markets open for the season:


JULY Canada Day celebrations

AUG Stewiacke Town Days
Annual Auction & Yard Sale (Middleton United Church, Middle Musquodoboit)
4-Person Golf Scramble at River Oaks Golf & Country Club
Halifax County Exhibition
Atlantic Canada Harmonica Festival (Heritage Village)
Clam Harbour Sand Castle Contest
U-Pick Blueberries

SEPT 50-Mile Yard Sale
Open Farm Day
Healthy Connections Wellness Show
Kirk Logan Old Time Fiddling Contest - Bicentennial Theatre & Cultural Centre, Middle Musquodoboit

OCT Rally in the Musquodoboit Valley
Take a rural scenic drive through Musquodoboit Valley when the Fall leaves are at their most colourful!
Small Game Hunting Season begins (visit Department of Natural Resources for details)

NOV Deer Hunting Season begins (visit Department of Natural Resources for details)

DEC Holiday Parade of Lights
Annual Kids' Christmas Party (hosted by Middle Musquodoboit Volunteer Fire Dept.)
Musquodoboit Harbour Christmas Farmers Market
U-Pick Christmas Trees 
Festival of Trees and Festival of Crafts

For details and dates for a particular event, have a look at the most recent issue of TownCryer News or see Upcoming Events at www.mvta.net  

Updated 23 Dec 2013

Waddya know...?

In 2009, the Halifax County Exhibition celebrated 125 years. This agricultural fair is considered to be one of the oldest, if not the oldest in Nova Scotia. 

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