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When: October 12-15, 2023. Where: Downtown Halifax, North End Halifax and Downtown Dartmouth. Nocturne is an outdoor visual art festival that brings art and energy to the streets of Kjipuktuk/Halifax each year, lighting up the nights from October 12-15th. Installations, visual arts, performances, and eventgoers will fill the shops and streets.


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Halifax Oyster Festival, founded in 2015, is Canada's biggest raw bar, serving a near 65,000 oysters from Nova Scotia, PEI, New Brunswick, and guest oysters from around the world. Home to PEARL, the world's most creepiest and saltiest oyster mascot.. More information at oysterfest.ca.


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You can reach the team behind Halifax Oyster Festival in care of Halifax's local news site The Coast, 2309 Maynard Street, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, B3K3T8. Phone 902-422-6278. Email [email protected] .


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The Halifax Oyster Festival is Canada's largest oyster festival and is run by Halifax's newspaper The Coast, per Buzzfeed News. The oyster mascot goes by the name Pearl. Newspaper publisher Christine Oreskovich worked with two artists to create a mascot for the festival back in 2017. The initial mock-up was made out of paper mache.


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W e were pumped to finally see Twitter catch the fire that is Pearl, our Halifax Oyster Festival mascot. On Sunday, local Amy Langdon, @alandon17, tweeted "This is the mascot for the Halifax Oyster Festival and I'm absolutely terrified of it."And as of the time we scheduled this post, that statement was liked more than 200,000 times. People in Barcelona, New York, Vancouver, Dartmouth.


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The Halifax Oyster Festival is Canada's largest oyster festival. Back for 2022 after a couple pandemic years off, it was originally scheduled for September, then Hurricane Fiona hit and the festival was postponed. But now it is back on—in a weather-proof venue!—for November 25 & 26. Taking place on the beautiful Halifax waterfront, it's a.


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The third annual Halifax Oyster Festival is back on the Halifax Waterfront offering the unique convergence of Maritime sea and land terriors. This year we will have 18 oyster farms onsite making this the biggest oyster festival in Canada. Each 3-hour tasting sessions include:-All-you-can-sample raw oysters from 18 Canadian oyster farms.


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HALIFAX - Scores of Haligonians were forced to evacuate their homes and business this morning as Pearl, the grotesque Oyster Fest mascot, and Woody, the horrifying talking Christmas tree, engaged in a titanic battle for control of the harbour. "Oh no! Woody is fighting Pearl! We must flee!" shouted one North End commuter as the titanic monstrosities clashed beside the MacDonald Bridge.


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ABOUT THE FESTIVAL. Celebrating its 6th year in 2022, the internationally recognized Halifax Oyster Festival presents an all-you-can sample raw bar over the course of three tasting sessions each fall on the Halifax waterfront. The festival highlights the best in Nova Scotia and Maritime oyster culture and farming. Since 2014, this independently.


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What is the Halifax Oyster Fest? Home to Canada's biggest raw bar, the internationally recognized Halifax Oyster Festival attracts oyster lovers from all over the world and serves more than 65,000 oysters each year from various farms across Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island, and New Brunswick. Along with promising delicious flavors of its.


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The Halifax Oyster Festival is Canada's largest oyster festival. Back for 2022 after a couple pandemic years off, it was originally scheduled for September, then Hurricane Fiona hit and the festival was postponed. But now it is back on—in the Seaport's weather-proof Pavilion 22 venue !—for November 25 & 26, 2022.


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Land Acknowledgement. Halifax is in Mi'kma'ki, the ancestral and unceded territory of the Mi'kmaq people. The people of the Mi'kmaw Nation have lived on this territory for millennia, and we acknowledge them as the past, present and future caretakers of this land. Historically, a land acknowledgment is a traditional practice shared.


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Pearl, Halifax Oyster Festival's mascot is a giant oyster with long legs, over a dozen eyes, and red lips that has gone viral on social media, gaining attention from the New York Times, Buzzfeed and other platforms. The mascot Pearl has received different feedback online, some describing it as a beautiful artwork while some find it eerie.


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Halifax Oyster Festival, founded in 2015, is Canada's biggest raw bar, serving a near 60,000 oysters from Nova Scotia, PEI, New Brunswick, and guest oysters from around the world.. More information at oysterfest.ca. NOTE: Event site is 19+ after 7pm with valid ID, children and minors are invited to attend the Saturday afternoon session but.


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The Halifax Oyster Festival is a 2-day raw bar event on the Halifax Waterfront. Ticket buyers can go chose between multiple tasting sessions featuring 16 different oyster farms from Nova Scotia, PEI and New Brunswick. The festival itself is exciting, with a large white tent on the Halifax Waterfront—the energy is upbeat, loud and jovial.