July 1st Celebrations!!

Nova Scotia’s South Shore, where good times are a SHORE thing every day, including Canada Day!

On July 1st most communities across Nova Scotia and all of Canada will host organized celebrations for Canada Day, typically outdoor public events, such as parades, carnivals, festivals, barbecues, air and maritime shows, fireworks, and free musical concerts and Nova Scotia’s South Shore is a festive example of just that!

Visit Nova Scotia’s South Shore and enjoy celebrations in the Town of Bridgewater, Town of Lockeport and the Region of Queens to name a few!

Canada Day on the LaHave is both a daytime Multicultural Festival at Woodland Gardens at DesBrisay Museum and an evening Kitchen Party on King Street in the downtown core, where more than 8,000 people are expected to attend an evening of fun and celebration!

In Liverpool the theme for celebrating Canada Day is #ROCKTheMERSEY where you’ll enjoy music, food, games & fireworks. Held in Privateer Waterfront Park, the afternoon will feature local musicians and a magic show, the evening music acts: Celtic Rant, John Campbelljohn Trio and headliners Charlie A’Court & Witchitaw with Fireworks at dusk! Performers from Atlantic Cirque also onsite!

Lockeport and Area July 1st Annual Canada Day festival, includes Parades, Concerts, Carnival, Live Entertainers, Soap Box Derby, Fireworks, and more!

In the Town of Clark’s Harbour the day is filled with activities for all! A car show, a parade, go carting, bingo, a pageant, fireworks and more!

These are just a few of the many reason Nova Scotia’s South Shore should be on your Bucket List for Canada Celebrations on July 1st and all days!

For a full calendar of events for July 1st including the SEA’son opening of BernArt Maze, add our Event Calendar to your Favourites Bar!

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