Olivia Higgs, 5, bears arms at the Halifax Citadel as part of Fab Forts Day on Saturday, Aug.18.1width:500px;height:332pxThe Jang family pose with Parka, the Parks Canada mascot, during Fab Forts Day at Citadel Hill on Aug. 18. (Bianca Muller)2width:500px;height:332pxBen and Claire Cowan (6 and 5) learn about old fashioned guns at the Halifax Citadel on Fab Forts Day, Aug.18. (Bianca Muller)3width:500px;height:332pxChildren learn about marching in a muster parade during Fab Forts Day put on by Parks Canada at Citadel Hill on Aug. 18. (Bianca Muller)4width:500px;height:332pxCitadel employee teaches the crowd how messages were sent back in the days of the citadel. (Bianca Muller)5width:500px;height:332px
Judges Stephanie Bizzeth, Mayor Peter Kelly and Coun. Dave Hendsbee listen carefully as this young sculptor explains her work at the 34th Annual Clam Harbour Beach Sandcastle Contest on Sunday, Aug. 19. (G. Kanasevich)6width:500px;height:331pxworksafeforlife.ca/words hosted this sculpture at the annual Clam Harbour Beach sandcastle contest on Aug. 19. (G. Kanasevich)7width:500px;height:332pxWilliam Chudobskye-Walker, 7, works on his sand creation. (G. Kanasevich)8width:500px;height:383pxLeslie Hull, executive sous chef for Atlantica Hotel, roasts local corn (to make corn on a stick with local bacon and cheese) at the annual Incredible Picnic in Halifax on Sunday, Aug. 19. (Bianca Muller)9width:500px;height:386pxAlenne Adekayode, 10, mans her lemonade stand on Maynard Street on Saturday, Aug. 18 while her father holds a yard sale. (Bianca Muller)10height:500px;width:312px
Heather Cross and Jason Cohanim relax in the Hydrostone Park, playing Scrabble Friday evening (Aug. 17). (Bianca Muller)11width:500px;height:332pxNeil Dewolf and Gwen Ward were the first to arrive at the concert. They wanted to be up close and personal to the band and their burgers. BOBBIE-LYNN HALL12width:500px;height:375pxSackville resident Kim Murphy (centre) said Weir Rockin' is just like a high school reunion with friends Terry Woodbury (back row, from left), Sean Zinck, Henry Ford, Greg Stiles, Gloria Norman and Corey Fancy. BOBBIE-LYNN HALL13width:500px;height:375pxMarie Mckeen got an autograph from her favourite band, Platinum Blonde. BOBBIE-LYNN HALL14width:500px;height:375pxJen Landry and Andrew Barton live just down the road from the concert location making it easy for them to get to the show. BOBBIE-LYNN HALL15width:500px;height:375px
Teens from the Summer Youth Leadership Program at the Gordon R. Snow Community Center in Fall River held a car wash as a fundraiser for Pheonix Youth on Saturday, August 18. Nicki Himmelman16width:500px;height:333pxResidents of Lancaster Ridge in Dartmouth were treated to a backyard theater performance of "The Little Violet Flower," by neighbourhood youth on Saturday, Aug. 18. Raine, Katie, Kaitlyn and Sophie staged the play on their own volition in support of FEED Nova Scotia. (Michelle Thornhill)17width:500px;height:333pxGrillmasters Arnold Goode and Betty Josey at the 7th Annual Great East Dartmouth BBQ on Sunday, Aug. 19 at the East Dartmouth Community Centre. (G. Kanasevich)18width:500px;height:332px
Published on August 23, 2012
Olivia Higgs, 5, bears arms at the Halifax Citadel as part of Fab Forts Day on Saturday, Aug.18.