Crowds crazy for crustaceans traveled to Nova Scotia’s South Shore in February as lobster lovers crawled a’board the inaugural Lobster Crawl in the middle of lobster season -- a first for not only Nova Scotia but world-wide. Testing the appetite for a winter festival in the midst of the the province's longest lobster season (zones… Continue reading Inaugural South Shore Lobster Crawl a winter hit!
And the winner is Capt. Kat's Lobster Shack, Barrington, Nova Scotia who took first place in the 1st annual South Shore Lobster Crawl Lobster Roll Challenge held on February 11, 2018! Second place honours went to Lane's Privateer Inn of Liverpool, NS. And tied for third was Atlantica Oak Island Resort & Conference Centre and Quarterdeck Beachside… Continue reading Capt. Kat’s of Barrington, NS winner of first-ever Nova Scotia South Shore Lobster Roll Challenge
Nova Scotia’s First Annual Lobster Crawl is a veritable feast of close to 60 Sip and Savour experiences, Lobster Get-aways, Sporting Events, Art, Music, Heritage, Film, Local Shopping events AND 13 different Lobster Rolls served up by resorts, restaurants, cafes, pubs and U-cooks from Canada’s Lobster Capital in Barrington Nova Scotia up the shore to Peggy's Cove!… Continue reading Crawl a’ Board Nova Scotia’s first-ever Lobster Crawl on Nova Scotia’s South Shore, February 2 – 19, 2018
Lucy the Lobster proclaims NO SHADOW from Cape Sable Island with the help of Nova Scotia Tourism Co-operative Chair Donna Hatt and member Suzy Atwood and lots of encouragement from the local community! Lucy the Lobster says No Shadow! Early Spring! Why a Lobster Prognosticator for Groundhog Day? Because it's Lobster Season on the South… Continue reading Lucy the Lobster makes debut for Lobster Crawl
It's been five years since a team of interested and passionate individuals gathered together to model and encourage a collaborative approach to growing year-round tourism on the South Shore. This group formalized its efforts by incorporating as a Co-operative earlier this year. Now with 46 investing members and eight municipalities on board, the Nova Scotia… Continue reading South Shore Tourism Co-operative Semi-Annual Update!
Nov. 17th - Jan. 6: Tis the Sea'son to head for Nova Scotia's South Shore! Here's the complete line-up of festive infused events that'll have you filled with Good Cheer! Tis the Sea'son is a collection of Christmas related events and activities that have been registered with the South Shore Tourism Co-operative. The Co-operative has spent… Continue reading First ever Tis the Sea’son Festival on Nova Scotia’s South Shore kicks off November 17!
October 16, 2017 What a great day! from Donna Hatt, Chair, South Shore Tourism Co-operative Walked in the footsteps of Mi’kmaq ancestors with members of Aboriginal Canada’s Nova Scotia Working Group at Kejimkujik National Park and National Historic Site before spending time exploring Sipuke'l Gallery in Town Hall Arts and Cultural Centre in Liverpool. Followed… Continue reading Aboriginal tourism: A Pathway forward
One of the many things we love about the South Shore Tourism Co-operative is the gift of meeting so many people and hearing their stories. Andrea and Rogerio, are supporters of our work to connect, collaborate and communicate to attract more visitors to our shores. The more we got to know Andrea and Rogerio, the… Continue reading Living and Loving the South Shore – with Andrea and Rogerio
August is well underway, the days are slipping by with so many great events, festivals and folks from around the world exploring the south shore. While we know you are very preoccupied with welcoming guests, here are a few quick bits of information and upcoming events we wanted to be sure you are aware of!… Continue reading Artists Wanted! Mark the Date! Fall Fun and Christmas is Coming!
Summer is sizzling along Nova Scotia’s South Shore and it’s not about to cool off. Hot on the heels of welcoming Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau and his family, a parade of Tall Ships from around the world kicks off what promises to be an exceptional August for vacationers to the South Shore. (Photo Credit:… Continue reading Anchors Away!