Harvest Moon Festival

Dates: October 9 to October 31, 2019

Location:  Historic Properties, Halifax

Description: Historic Properties is gearing up for the 3rd Annual Harvest Moon Festival!

The Historic Properties Courtyard and Harbourside Market will be fully dressed in the splendor of Fall colours. Come and take a selfie on the giant apple barrel cornucopia or the oversized spider hay sculpture and enjoy a hot apple cider at Grounded Cafe. Make it part of your Nocturne adventures and experience the beauty of the Courtyard at night, it is a sight to behold!

On Saturday, October 26th, Historic Properties will once again host Safe Halloween from 12:00-3:00 pm, where families can enjoy fun activities and receive candy in a safe and fun environment. The Courtyard and Market will be decorated with spooky touches. We will have a photo booth, pumpkin bowling, pumpkin checkers, face painting, and treats for the kids.

Come visit TapSnap digital fun photo booth and take your family Halloween photo! Perfect for Instagram.

This fall event will give locals and visitors alike a chance to experience the Nova Scotian countryside in the heart of the city. While taking in the incredible decorations and participating in amusing activities, patrons can visit the unique stores located in the Historic Properties Mall and dine on delicious local fare, all while overlooking the beautiful Halifax Harbour.

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