Special Events 2014
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 21st - National Aboriginal Day
Join in a celebration of Aboriginal Day at Kejimkujik. Enjoy programming delivered by Parks Canada staff, Acadia First Nation, and All Nations Drum.
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.
Celebrate the traditions of storytelling with Kejimkujik. On Parks Day, join in the Kejimkujik Storytelling Festival for a day of activities with storytellers and writers.
Happy Birthday Kejimkujik! Celebrate Keji’s 45th birthday with free cupcakes and refreshments. Play the Friends of Keji Birthday Game and enter into "Keji's Got Talent".
Join Parks Canada and the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada and learn more about the stars, planets, constellations, and galaxies in the night sky and catch some of the Perseid Meteor shower!
Enjoy a fun-filled weekend of canoeing and kayaking demonstrations, clinics, and activities. Presented with Canoe/Kayak Nova Scotia.
Celebrate the moon by observing it and learning about it with Keji Interpreters.
Schedule of Special Programming:
- 7:00 p.m. at the Amphitheatre at P2 in Jeremy's Bay Campground: “A-Paulo and the Moon” with Keji Interpreter, Paul Lalonde.
- 7:30 p.m. at Jake’s Landing: “Sunset and Moon Rise Canoe Tour” with Keji Interpreters. Sign-up at the Visitor Centre or by calling (902)682-2772.
- 9:00 p.m. at the Sky Circle at P1 in Jeremy’s Bay Campground: “Observe the Moon” drop-in public observing with Parks Canada telescopes and Keji Night Sky Interpreters Lesley and Paul. Limited Parking! Please walk!
*Phone 902.682.2772 for more information.
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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