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Maritime Road Trips – Destination Drives for the Week of January 19th to January 25th, 2024

Get ready for a thrilling journey with our latest edition of Maritime Road Trips! In this week’s installment, spanning from January 19th to January 25th, 2024, we’ve curated a diverse range of activities that promise fun for the whole family. Whether you’re an outdoor enthusiast, a connoisseur of fine dining, or someone who enjoys live music, this guide has something special for everyone. You have to even brace yourselves for an enchanting magic show, making this week’s road trips a blend of excitement and entertainment that you won’t want to miss!

Where will we go on our next road trip?

Fredericton FROSTival

January 18 to February 4, 2024 | Fredericton, NB

Take the whole family out and celebrate winter at Atlantic Canada’s Largest Winter Celebration. Fredericton Frostival is three weekends packed with winter fun. There are over 100 events that you and your family can check out and participate in.

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January 22 – 28 / January 29 – February 4 / February 5 – 11, 2024 | Charlottetown, PE

WinterDine is Downtown Charlottetown’s dining festival and this year there are 20 participating restaurants across downtown. Each location will have a 3-course meal for $35, $45, or $55, and 2-corse meal for $12, $16, or $20, depending on the restaurant and items offered from their menu. So, give your taste buds a treat and spend an evening sampling some of Charlottetown’s best cuisine.

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Halifax Cocktail Festival

January 20, 2024 | Halifax, NS

The festival showcases mixologists from Nova Scotia’s top culinary spots, including Barkeep Cocktails, Black Sheep, Compass Distillers, and more. Special guests include Independent Mercantile, highlighting a diverse range of cocktail expertise.

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Uptown Poutine Fest

January 22 to 28, 2024 | Saint John, NB

Warm up at the Uptown Saint John restaurants and experience the best savoury delights created by talented chefs. During Uptown Poutine Fest, you can take your family and friends out to try a variety of different takes on this classic Canadian dish available for a whole week.

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Winter Warmth Festival

January 23 – February 12, 2024 | Summerside, PE

With good eats, invigorating activities and opportunities to gather for fun, the Winter Warmth Festival invigorates your heart, mind, and soul. Enjoy culinary events, moonlight snowshoe walks, skating, fat biking, live entertainment and seaside fun.

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Family Magic and Illusion Show

January 18, 2024 | Truro, NS

Get ready for a mind-blowing extravaganza of jaw-dropping magic tricks and mind-bending illusions that will leave the whole family in awe.

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Tracadie Pond Hockey Tournament

January 24 to 28, 2024 | Tracadie, NB

Once the Tracadie Pond freezes, it becomes a popular location for outdoor skating. It also becomes a hockey rink for a weekend. The annual hockey tournament has five categories for teams to enter.

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Martha Wainwright

January 21, 2024 | Charlottetown, PE

Head to Trailside Music Hall to enjoy an evening with Martha Wainwright. Her latest album, “Love Will Be Reborn,” featuring original material since 2012’s “Come Home to Mama.” This fifth studio album reflects her journey through solitude towards a newfound sense of optimism and joy.

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Ta’n me’j Tel-keknuo’ltiek: How Unique We Still Are

November 09, 2021 – March 31, 2024 | Halifax, NS

Mi’kmaw people past and present are shaped by their deep and abiding relations to the place they sprouted from. The Mi’kmaq continue to sprout from this land, to be nourished by these waters, to defend their inherent rights, and to respect treaty relationships with others in this place.

Launched November 9, 2021 at the Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, Ta’n me’j Tel’keknuo’ltiek: How Unique We Still Are, reflects how Mi’kmaw people remain connected to the lands and waters of Mi’kma’ki. This exhibit featuring Mi’kmaw historian and guest curator, Salina Kemp, offers a platform for Mi’kmaw people to express their continued experiences with an understanding of the lands and the waters of Mi’kma’ki. Mi’kmaw single-word concepts are represented through personal testimony and histories of individual Mi’kmaw people, featured objects, artifacts, images and symbolic artwork. These experiences and understandings are rooted in cultural expressions that connect past, present and future in this place.  

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And that’s just the beginning! Stay tuned for our weekly road trip updates and share in the Fun Times in the Maritimes. Don’t miss out the adventure!

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