Please keep in mind that, because this website is under constant development, some events that take place may not be listed here.
Summer is easily the busiest time of year for the Lockeport Loop, with something going on during many weekends from June through to September.
A Number of Local festivals scheduled for the months of June, July and August are listed below. For more information and up to date listings of events, please stop in to the Crescent Beach Centre (open daily from10am - 6pm in the summer) .
Shelburne County Lobster Festival
A long running tradition here in Shelburne County. The event is held during the first weekend in June to celebrate the successfuil conclusion to another lobster season. Activities are held in the many villages and towns found throughout the county. Activities for all ages. Check with your local recreation department for the full schedule of events.
A project setup by the FishNet group, the Harmony Bazaar is a festival that celebrates music, and the importance of women in the community.
The festival is a showcase of performing arts, arts, crafts and is designed to be interactive, with the Headliner's performing workshops throughout the week.To view their website, and a complete schedule of events, please click here.
Lockeport Sea Derby - August 12th to 14th, 2011
The longest running Shark Derby of its kind in Nova Scotia. The three day event offered a little bit of everything and was highlighted by the official opening of the Lighthouse Stage at Seacaps Park with a concert featuring The Northern Pikes.
All participants in the fishing tournament who land a fish are eligible for random prizes donated by local merchants and NS sponsors.
Lockeport's Canada Day celebrations are famous around the world, with a large parade, and a week of festivities including live music, and more traditional events, such as the grease pole and dory races. The event typically begins during the last week of June and culminates with fireworks on Canada Day at dusk.
This truly displays Lockeport at its finest, for more information on participating, or visiting, please call Francis at (902) 656 2565.