Submit Your Event HERE

Jan 28 - Dec 31

submission page for community-based events


Halifax Public Libraries-LOTS GOING ON

Jan 29 - Dec 31

Along with bringing the world to you in every form possible (books, ebooks, audio books, films, etc), your Halifax Public Libraries offer a bevy of in-person and online events. From learning how to macrame and make chinese dumplings to reading groups and citizen courses, there is a workshop or series for all ages and interests. Hit the link and explore the world of wonder that awaits!!!!! Details

Volunteer: Discover Opportunities

Feb 4 - Dec 31

Volunteer Nova Scotia connects volunteers with opportunities in the community.


Sensory Friendly Shopping with Mic Mac Mall & Autism Nova Scotia

Apr 29 - Aug 27

Mic Mac Mall is proud to offer Sensory Friendly Shopping in partnership with Autism Nova Scotia on the last Monday of the month from 6pm-9pm (unless otherwise noted). The next scheduled Sensory Friendly Shopping date will be:

April 29th May 27th June 24th July 29th August 26th

Lighting will be reduced in some areas, and music will be turned off in common areas of the mall. Sensory-friendly accommodations will also be at participating retailers.

Here is the Facebook Event page


Philippine Fiesta 2024

May 27 - Jun 23

MABUHAY! Philippine Fiesta is returning and now, it’s TWO DAYS and JACK 92.9 is the proud radio partner.

Philippine Heritage Month is the month of June and the Filipino Cultural Society of Nova Scotia (FCSNS) is the non-for-profit organization that creates this Philippine Fiesta! event.

Philippine Fiesta! – Saturday June 22, 11am-9pm and Sunday June 23, 2024, 11am-7pm at the Garrison Grounds.

Philippine Fiesta on FACEBOOK


Menstrual Hygiene Product Collection

May 28 - Jun 23

For a fifth consecutive year, “RISE for Women” has been partnering with shelters across the Country for Menstrual Hygiene Day. This year Nova Scotia has joined the effort, in partnership with “Adsum House” to collect hygiene products and more. The goal is to promote good menstrual hygiene management, put an end to stigma and support the purchase of hygiene equipment and products for Nova Scotian women and girls who are homeless or in precarious situations.

Collection Boxes are found at JACK 92.9 Studios and all Rogers stores in the HRM.

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1 Run 2 Grayson-Dal Tigers Football Team Rally for Team Mate

Jun 3 - Aug 24

Dalhousie Men’s Football Team rally to support Team Mate Grayson Domingues Event:  1Run Community Fundraiser Run Location: First Lake Trail in Lower Sackville (Sackville Sports Stadium Parking Lot will be the take-off spot) Date & Time: August 24th, 2024, 1PM start Short Summary: 1Run was initially founded in 2023 by members of the Dalhousie Football team to honor teammate Grayson Domingues, who had recently been diagnosed with cancer. To honor his cause, a week-long virtual run and fundraiser was organized, and more than $8,000 was raised for the Princess Margaret Hospital in Toronto. This year, the 1Run committee is seeking to expand the event, hosting an in-person run on August 24th, 2024, at the First Lake Trail in Lower Sackville. Money will be raised for the entire summer beforehand, and the funds from this year’s fundraiser will go to the QE2’s cancer center, where Grayson recently underwent surgery to get his tumors removed. This run will also be an official run under Run Nova Scotia regulations. Grayson’s Story: Early in 2023, Grayson wasn’t feeling well, so he sought medical attention. At that time, he was diagnosed with Esophageal cancer. He was later diagnosed with liver cancer as well. As he is originally from Toronto, upon hearing this news, he returned home for treatment – to be closer to his family and support system; leaving behind over 70 brothers who continue to love and support him from ~1,800 KMs away. He is currently home in Toronto rehabilitating after surgery to remove his tumors. Details

Fairview Farmers Market GRAND OPENING

Jun 6 - Oct 31

Grand Opening of the Fairview Farmers Market!!


There will be free face painting and balloon animals for the little ones. Enjoy a little music as you browse the great assortment of vendors.


They are at capacity inside the community room at Centennial Arena so you will find some vendors outside including our farmers and food trucks as well

If you run out of cash while at the market, drop by the information table to purchase Market Bucks using your credit or debit card. These bucks are available in $5 denominations and can be used to shop at any of our vendors during the 2024 season.

The market is FREE for EVERYONE so drop by!!

Thursday’s 4 – 7 pm starting June 6 until October 31


"The Importance of Being Earnest" - British Comedy play at Dartmouth Players

Jun 14 - Jun 30

Dartmouth Players Presents……


“The Importance of Being Earnest” By Oscar Wilde


The Importance of Being Earnest has delighted millions in countless productions since it was first staged at London’s St. James’ Theatre on February 14th, 1895. Wilde’s classic comedy lampoons the lanners and conventions of Victorian society


This classic show is running for 3 weekends at St. James’ Church Hall:

Weekend 1: Friday, June 14 & Saturday, June 15, at 8pm. Sunday, June 16 at 2pm.

Weekend 2: Friday, June 21 & Saturday, June 22, at 8pm. Sunday, June 23 at 2pm.

Weekend 3: Friday, June 28 & Saturday, June 29, at 8pm. Sunday, June 30 at 2pm.



Coastal Queens Artist Tour

Jun 22 - Jun 23

The artisans of the Queens County are pleased to announce the formation of the Queens County Arts & Crafts Society (QCACS)


Artists at Work! Come see and chat with Queens County artisans as they work in their studios. First event of the new Queens County Arts & Crafts Society – June 22, 23

The public are invited to join our artisans as they display and demonstrate their work, techniques, and inspirations at their studios and in local galleries in the beautiful and welcoming communities of Liverpool, Brooklyn, Moose Harbour, Port Medway, Beach Meadows, East Berlin, and Port Mouton, along the stunning Lighthouse route, and the Mersey and Medway rivers.


Galleries and studios that are open for viewing will be well marked with yellow balloons and flags. Admission to all studios is free, doors open at 10 and the show ends around 4!


A full listing of participants will be issued in early June but the current list includes 37 artisans!


Rainbow Vision Makers Queerapolooza

Jun 22 - Jun 23

Different Folks presents……

RAINBOW VISION ; a two day event to celebrate pride month in Halifax!


Featuring over 70 queer vendors; selling art, jewelry, ceramics, plants, food and more, along with featured performances! Over the course of 2 days we will have 8 mini drag performances featuring fabulous lo


Venue is also fully accessible with ramps, accessible washrooms etc.


Doors open at 11:30. Don’t be late!


Harbourside Ribfest 2024

Jun 28 - Jul 1

Harbourside Ribfest 2024 is your chance to savour fall off the bone ribs, the best cornbread, live entertainment, local vendors and is a fantastic add-on to your Canada Day Long Weekend!  JACK 92.9 will be on hand for every second of this keystone Summer event held on the beautiful and bustling Dartmouth Waterfront.

Dartmouth’s Alderney Landing Admission is only $2 5+ world-renowned Canadian ribbers LIVE entertainment all day, every day Full bar serving beer, wine, spirits, and non-alcoholic drinks

June 28th, 2024 12PM – 10PM June 29th, 2024 11AM – 10PM June 30th, 2024 11AM – 10PM July 1st, 2024 11AM – 7PM

?This is a 100% volunteer-run event hosted by Rotary Halifax Harbour with proceeds from vendor fees, bar sales, and entry fees support local and international causes.

The Rotary Club of Halifax Harbour is excited to welcome the community to the ninth annual Harbourside Ribfest at the Waterfront. This year’s festivity will feature a diverse selection of five rib trucks alongside vibrant local vendors, set to attract thousands of attendees. Our event not only offers a delightful culinary experience but also serves a greater purpose, with all proceeds being channeled into supporting numerous local and international charities through the Rotary Club’s efforts


East Coast Kite Festival

Jul 6 - Jul 7

East Coast Kite Festival, ‘Fly As High As You Can!’

Two sky-high days of family friendly fun at this year’s East Coast Kite Festival. Along with the Huge Kite Displays, you can purchase a kite on site or bring your own, join in a Kite Making workshop, frolick on bouncy castles, plus Face Painting, Food and Craft Vendors, and a DJ.

Date: July 6 & 7, 2024 Time: 11:00 AM -8:00PM Location: Garrison Grounds, Citadel Hill





Jul 13



yup. you read that right. FULL. CONTACT.


Full Day of Roller Derby Action with Teams from all over the Maritimes! Non- Stop action!

The Tournament is raising funds for the Breast Cancer Support Fund. Admission by Donation!


Registration opens May 8th!! Details


Jul 19 - Jul 21

JACK is delighted to share that we are the Media Sponsor of the Nova Multifest! This yearly event is a wonderful showcase of food, music, fashion, products and culture from the ever-expanding and rich diversity in our community. Did we mention the food? (We are drooling in anticipation) And we agree with our friends at the Nova Multifest Society… the MORE, the merrier! There is still time for you to…  BECOME A VOLUNTEER (link here) PERFORM AT MULTIFEST (link here) BE A MULTIFEST VENDOR (link here) Nova Multifest 2024 returns to Alderney Landing in the Heart of downtown Dartmouth from July 19th-21st. FRIDAY: 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM SATURDAY: 11:00 AM -10:00 PM SUNDAY: 11:00 AM – 6:00 PM SEE YOU THERE!!!!


2024 U22 National Mens Baseball Championships

Aug 1 - Aug 4

“Baseball Canada is thrilled to welcome all players, coaches, officials, volunteers, and fans to the 2024 22U Men’s National Championship for what promises to be an exciting and memorable event.

Baseball Canada National Championships are chance for people from around the country to gather and celebrate all of which makes our sport great!

I’d like to take this opportunity to thank the host committee on all the work done to put this event together. We can’t deliver these events without the dedication of volunteers and hosts who work tirelessly to ensure a great experience had by all.

I would also like to encourage visitors to Dartmouth to explore the community while you’re away from the ballpark, meet new friends and add to the memories to the ones that this event will surely create”.   -Message from Baseball Canada CEO, Jason Dickson

To be held in Dartmouth, August 1-4


Drive for Dreams-Golf Tournament

Aug 7

Drive for Dreams is day of golf in support of Dreams Take Flight!

Along with supporting the great work of Dreams Take Flight Atlantic, you get to play golf at Brookfield Golf & Country Club plus you could win prizes and giveaways.

August 7th with an 8:30 shotgun start $125/person or $500/Team of 4 Register by EMAIL :


East Coast Inflate-A-Palooza

Aug 23 - Aug 29

Join in the FUN of Atlantic Canada’s Largest Inflatable Extravaganza! Lots of fun for everyone with over 50 inflatables, games and 10+ food vendors. East Coast Inflate – A – Palooza is taking over Garrison Grounds for days filled with fun and excitement. Get ready for a bouncy adventure like no other!

With a variety of inflatable attractions, games, and activities, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you’re a thrill-seeker or just looking to have a good time, this event has it all. Bring your family and friends for a day of laughter and memories. Don’t miss out on this inflatable extravaganza!

Mark your calendars and get ready to bounce, slide, and play at East Coast Inflate – A – Palooza!

Friday August 23-Thursday August 29th Bracelets start at $13.24


Australian Pink Floyd Show at Scotiabank Centre

Sep 20

How entertaining is the Australian Pink Floyd Show?

Pink Floyd’s own David Gilmour invited this band to perform at his birthday day party. Yeah, they are THAT awesome!

Catch the Australian Pink Floyd Show hits Scotiabank Centre, September 20th, 2024.

Presented by Evenko


Halifax Story Slam

Oct 29

Halifax Story Slam: True stories told live. Without a net.

Expect an unforgettable evening of storytelling at the inaugural “Story Slam” event, in partnership with Halifax Public Libraries, on Oct 29, 2024, at Paul O’Regan Hall, Halifax Central Library! ????? For this singular experience, curated storytellers will share their own true tales on the theme of “fear.” Through workshops with seasoned story editors, each presenter will be guided to refine their story for an exciting evening of storytelling.

Think you have a story to share? We’re calling for participants! Submit your pitch at the link provided: keep it rough, keep it short – two sentences or a one-minute voice/video message. Also, you can email it directly to Here is a link to the Facebook Event.

Get ready to be captivated as our storytellers take the stage, no prompts, no scripts, just real stories! We have goosebumps already!