Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site of Canada

Special Events 2014

Special Events by Month
June
July
August
September
October
Community Events
Community Events
Live it up at one of Keji’s special events! Immerse yourself and your family in unique and extraordinary celebrations, special programming, and unforgettable experiences with Parks Canada interpreters, local First Nations peoples, artisans, crafters, musicians, and experts.

June

Saturday, June 21st - National Aboriginal Day
Celebrate Mi'kmaw culture at Keji with drumming, dancing, and cultural demonstrations! Take part in the launching of our new Mi’kmaw-style BIG Canoe and check out our new wigwam.

July

Tuesday, July 1st - Canada Day
FREE ADMISSION and FREE CUPCAKES - Official launch of 2014 Xplorers program, the Friends of Keji Photo Contest, and the 2014 Interpretation Programs

Saturday, July 19th Parks Day – Kejimkujik Storytelling Festival
Celebrate the art of storytelling at Kejimkujik with special guests: All Nations Drummers, Mike Parker, and others! Enter into the Keji Short Story Contest!

August

Saturday, August 2nd - Kejimkujik Birthday Party
Celebrate Keji’s 45th birthday with free cupcakes and refreshments. Play the Friends of Keji Birthday Game and enter into "Keji's Got Talent".

August 15-17th - Kejimkujik Dark Sky Weekend
Presented with the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, learn more about the stars, planets, constellations, and galaxies in the night sky and catch some of the Perseid Meteor shower!

August 23-24th - Kejimkujik Canoe Festival
Enjoy a fun-filled weekend of canoeing and kayaking demonstrations, clinics, and activities. Presented with Canoe/Kayak Nova Scotia.

September

Saturday, September 6th – International Observe the Moon Night
Celebrate the moon by observing it and learning about it with Keji Interpreters.

October

October 8th - Tepknuset /Hunter’s Moon Celebration
Immerse yourself into the spiritual and physical excitement of the hunt when the full moon rises in early October. Presented in partnership with Acadia First Nation.

October 10-13th - Thanksgiving Weekend at Kejimkujik
Enjoy the brilliant colours of fall and the annual pumpkin carving contest, haunted hikes, and take a dip at the annual Cold Turkey Swim.



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