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Highland Village Activities – August-September

August
5 (Wednesday) – Làithean Sona/Happy Days Chidren’s Living History Program – Ages 8-12; 10am-4pm; $30 – prepaid reservations required
6 (Thursday) – Na Deugairean/The Teenagers Living History Prorgram for Youth – Ages 13-17; 10am-4pm; $30 – prepaid reservations required
7 (Friday) – Spòrs/Fun Gaelic Games for Kids – Ages 5-10; 10am-noon; FREE admission
11 (Tuesday) – Musique Royale Concert in Malagwatch Church – 7pm; $20 adults; $5 children
12 (Wednesday) – Làithean Sona/Happy Days Chidren’s Living History Program                                                                                                                              12 (Wednesday) – Candlelight Tour – 7-9 pm. $12 adult, $28 family, $5 students. Prepaid reservations required.
14 (Friday) – Spòrs/Fun Gaelic Games for Kids
19 (Wednesday) – Làithean Sona/Happy Days Chidren’s Living History Program
20 (Thursday) – Na Deugairean/The Teenagers Living History Prorgram for Youth
21 (Friday) – Spòrs/Fun Gaelic Games for Kids
22 (Saturday) – Feasgar an Truisg/Codfish Supper – 3-6 pm. $15 adults, $8 child plate, $2 hot dog.
26 (Wednesday) – Làithean Sona/Happy Days Chidren’s Living History Program
28 (Friday) – Spòrs/Fun Gaelic Games for Kids

Saturday, September 12 – Pioneer Day
See demonstrations of flax processing, candle and soap making, and play horseshoes. Watch the Cash Carding Mill demonstrations, treadle sewing, and a spinning frolic, fiddling, piping, Gaelic singing, step dancing, a céilidh and milling frolic. There will be a corn boil, horse rides and a whole lot more. (Noon-5pm)

Wednesday, September 16 – Cuairt nan Coinnlean/Candlelight Tour – 7-9 pm. $12 adult, $28 family, $5 students. Prepaid reservations required.

Sunday, September 20 – Open Farm Day
Visit Highland Village as part of the 8th annual Open Farm Day in Nova Scotia, organised by Nova Scotia Department of Agriculture. FREE admission.

Tuesday, September 29- St. Michael’s Day
St. Michael was the Scottish and Irish patron saint of horses, travel, sea and seafarers.

 

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Kimberly is a homeschooling mother of two living with her dear husband of over 25 years in Halifax, Nova Scotia. She works from home as a homeschool coach and offers OBM, writing, editing, social media, and tech services. In her free time she likes to hand-spin, knit, read, volunteer in local theatre, and horseback ride.