1. Science on the Shore

Ever curious of what lives amongst those record breaking tides at Burntcoat Head Park? This Sunday join marine biologist, Maxine Westhead for an informative walking tour where you will learn all about ocean life at the park, and human impact on the ocean floor. The tour beings at 2 p.m., but the group will be meeting at the interpretive lighthouse at 1:45 p.m. The tour will take approximately two hours and cost $10, with the proceeds going to the Burntcoat Head Park Association.

2. Christmas Craft Fair

Get your Christmas shopping done early at the Christmas Craft Fair that will be taking place at the Enfield Fire Hall Saturday from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m, in support of Sympathetic Ear Animal Rescue and Winding River Taekwon-Do. There will be something for everyone at the event, from treats to furniture, you can get it all. The cost of admission is $2 per person.

3. Ribfest

Eat ribs and support a great cause this Saturday at the LWF Hall in Fall River. The fifth annual Ribfest runs from 12 p.m. until 6 p.m. to raise money for the IWK Children’s Hospital. Come taste the competition.

4. Zombie Trail Run

Nova Scotia’s most terrifying race takes place this Saturday in Waverley. The race begins at 11:00 a.m., and promises to be some great exercise, as you will be chased by zombies and witches throughout the five km trail.  Registration is open now, for more information on how to participate click: here.

5. Junior hockey

Your East Hants Penguins play their second game of the regular season Friday night at the East Hants Sportsplex, with the puck drop set for 7:30 p.m. Cheer on your local team as they take on the Pictou County Scotians.

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Nicole Gnazdowsky
Nicole graduated from Saint Francis Xavier University with a degree in political science in 2014 and University of King’s College with a journalism degree in 2016. She has been with The Weekly Press since May 2016. Nicole grew up in Rothesay N.B. and now lives in Halifax. She loves her dog, Madden, and travelling.