ReOpen City

Re-Open City 2020
June 27 & 28 | July 4 & 5 | July 11 & 12 | July 18 & 19

A new twist on and old favourite— Open City is back for a special edition that spans four weekends in June and July!

Our local businesses need our support now more than ever. So, as the economy gears up again, we’ve rejigged Open City so you can have even more of it than usual.

There are nearly 100 local businesses re-opening and hustling to support and strengthen our community—now all they need is you!

Start planning your Open City adventure now, there are dozens of participating businesses here on the Halifax Waterfront and all over Halifax peninsula and Downtown Dartmouth.

Visit the website OpenCityHalifax.ca for a full and up-to-date list of participating businesses. Be sure to follow along on Facebook and tag #ReOpenCityHFX in photos you share of your adventures.

Public health and safety is very important to everyone.

Physical distancing markers will be provided for participating businesses who don’t have them already. And there will be signage to help keep people moving and mindful.

 

Date

July 12, 2020 to July 13, 2020

Time

12:00 am to 12:00 am

Location

Halifax Waterfront

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