Halifax Events Map

The Events Map was designed by Volunteer Halifax to help people from Halifax find interesting, relevant and fun events in and around Halifax, Nova Scotia. As a visual tool, the events map allows people to quickly locate nearby events. Take a look and find out today what’s happening near your neighbourhood! This is event searching, made easy.

Halifax Events

If you prefer the old fashion, then the following listing of Halifax events will suit you just fine. The events listed below are the same ones highlighted with markers in the Events Map above. You need not worry about missing exciting and worthwhile events!

Shawinigan Cataractes vs Halifax Mooseheads (Home) QMJHL Hockey (Halifax Mooseheads)

Date: February 1, 2020
Category: Sports and Fitness
Address: 1800 Argyle Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Description: Buy your tickets today from http://www.ticketatlantic.com/.

LEGO® CITY Garage Challenge (Samiha Fariha)

Date: February 1, 2020
Category: Shopping and Retail
Address:
Description: Event Happening at all Toys”R”Us Canada store locations. Kids can build and test a LEGO® car on the LEGO® CITY Garage Gameboard but be ...Read More

Charlottetown Islanders vs Halifax Mooseheads (Home) QMJHL Hockey (Halifax Mooseheads)

Date: February 4, 2020
Category: Sports and Fitness
Address: 1800 Argyle Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Description: Buy your tickets today from http://www.ticketatlantic.com/.

St. FX X-Men vs Dalhousie Tigers (Home) Mens Basketball (Dalhousie Tigers)

Date: February 5, 2020
Category: Sports and Fitness
Address: 6299 South Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Description: Support your local Dalhousie team. Find out more at http://www.daltigers.ca/!

St. FX X-Women vs Dalhousie Tigers (Home) Womens Basketball (Dalhousie Tigers)

Date: February 5, 2020
Category: Sports and Fitness
Address: 6299 South Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia
Description: Support your local Dalhousie team. Find out more at http://www.daltigers.ca/!

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