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La Grande Grouille ~ The Great Fall Festival

There are over 3,000 pumpkins at La Grande Grouille. There are also hundreds of incredible creatures too: fairies & gnomes, witches & wizards, cats & bats, birds & insects, animals & mystical creatures ~ even fantastical fire dancers! La Grande Grouille is an important annual ritual, as together all these creatures together rise to remind us to take good care of the earth. Look, listen & learn on the most magical weekend of the year as New Brunswick Botanical Garden celebrates La Grande Grouille ~ The Great Fall Festival!

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Merry Mahone Bay Scarecrow Festival

Sweet Mahone Bay transforms into a merriment of characters for their annual Scarecrow Festival & Antique Fair. The whole town is brimming with life-size imaginative scarecrows from the traditional to the absurd, all to tickle your funny bone and offer a fabulous family activity ladened weekend coupled with the largest antique show in the Maritimes. This unique joyful autumn extravaganza delivers!

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Making Waves on Ministers Island

‘Making Waves: Art on the Island’ is an annual event sponsored by Sunbury Shores Art & Nature Centre. This Fine Art Auction is a community arts & nature fundraiser held at Covenhoven House on Ministers Island. It is a extraordinary evening held in a remarkable place, featuring works by 50 contemporary artists and it all begins by crossing to an island on the exposed ocean floor when the tide is low.

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The Little Painted House of Maud Lewis at AGNS

Enjoy this peek into the Little Painted House of Canadian Folk Artist Maud Lewis. She decorated this one-bedroom wee home with her very soul and it is on display at the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia. Her whimsical art will make you smile and know all is right in this world.

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