Watch Native American Fancy Dance and learn about Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq Culture

Native American fancy dance is a traditional and colorful dance performed at many pow-wows across North America. Native American people living in Nova Scotia, Canada are known as Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq first nation. Visiting annual powwow must be on the list of things to do in Nova Scotia. It is a great family trip idea […]

Annual Pow-wow of Native Nova Scotia Mi’kmaq event not to miss

Nova Scotia M’ikmaq Native American people are indigenous to the Maritime  provinces of Canada. This photo story showcases the 2009 Powwow at Dartmouth commons. Each year location can vary and Doers & Dreamers guide is a good place to start plan a trip. Dartmouth commons was a great location with easy access and nice picture […]

Celebrating Canada Day at Halifax Citadel and waterfront

Canada Day is a very important holiday for all Canadians. In Halifax, Nova Scotia one of the major event of this day is Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo parade.  There are several options of what to do after the parade. One can visit Public Gardens and relax there after the noisy crowds. Visitors can continue […]

Canada Day Royal Nova Scotia international tattoo parade

Canada Day is July 1 and it is celebrated across the country. Each year Halifax, being largest city on Canada’s east coast presents Royal Nova Scotia Tattoo parade. Parade follows Spring Garden road – main downtown street in Halifax and then goes around the Citadel via Brunswick street. The parade starts around 10 am and […]

Rose Parade – Marching Bands and Colorul Flower Floats

The Rose Parade began in 1890s to promote the warm winters of the west coast. The parade preceded various sporting events in order to attract attention and spectators. The first American football game was played in 1902 and the proper football stadium was commissioned in 1920 and completed by 1923. The Parade and Tournament known […]