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See a bit of Nova Scotia, the Red Sox and more for free in Boston May 17-18

If Nova Scotia, Canada seems a bit too far to travel, a taste of Nova Scotia is coming to Boston from Saturday, May 17 through Sunday, May 18 at 10 a.m. Enjoy some authentic cuisine from Nova Scotia’s Kilted Chef Alain Bosse, see the beauty of Nova Scotia in a life size replica of Peggy Cove Lighthouse, see a few Red Sox legends, and hear a variety of award-winning Canadian artists for free! This international, free event will take place at Faneuil Hall Marketplace, 4 S Market Street in Boston, Massachusetts.

Enjoy award-winning music, meet Red Sox legends, and see the beauty of Nova Scotia in Boston for free!
Courtesy of Nova Scotia Tourism

Canada has a friendly, long running history with Boston! Halifax donates a Christmas tree to Boston every year in appreciate for when Boston came to Halifax’s aid in 1917’s Halifax Explosion. This is just one of the many gestures of camaraderie between these two places.

Bostonians and Nova Scotians share a love for the Red Sox, and the Nova Scotia Red Sox fan group, The BlueNose BoSox Brotherhood will make their way to Boston for this special weekend. Red Sox legends will make an appearance at Faneuil Hall to sign autographs and speak with fans. Throughout the weekend, people will have a chance to win tickets to Nova Scotia Day at Fenway Park at Sunday, May 18 with a chance to throw the first pitch! Click here for further details on Nova Scotia Day at Fenway Park!

Nova Scotia weekend will also feature award-winning music! Taking the stage will be Canada’s award-winning musicians such as renowned singer-songwriter Old Man Luedecke, JRDN, drumming group Squid, and multi-instrumentalists and non-profit organization 78th Highlanders!

Click here to learn more about this magnificent, free weekend! With the newly-available daily cruise service from Maine, Nova Star Cruises, it has never been easier to get to Nova Scotia.

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