It’s still a few weeks away, but I am anxiously anticipating this years annual Nocturne event! On Saturday, October 16th starting at 6:00pm and running through until midnight, the streets and empty corners and shop fronts of downtown Halifax are filled with art exhibits by students as well as some of the provinces’ more distinguished artists. Last year it was a cold and crisp fall night with so much to see, the six hours did not allow us to visit every space! The best part is all of the galleries have free public access, including the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia on Hollis Street. There are vendors set up with hot apple cider and coffee, and private gallery spaces have wine and other fine drinks as well. Mark it on your calendar!
Last year Nate was an extra on the set of Faith, Fraud and Minimum wage that was shot here in Halifax. It plays tomorrow as part of the 30th Atlantic Film Festival, so we bought tickets for the 9:20 viewing at Park Lane Theater to watch it! The featured film of the festival is Score: A Hockey Musical, buy tickets online here.