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Here’s The Ultimate Halifax Bucket List To Make Your Last Week Of 2016 Epic

With 2016 coming to a rapid close, Haligonians are looking forward to relaxing over the holidays and seeing out the new year in style.  Now that you have all this free time over the winter break, get out of the house and try some fun winter activities with family and friends!

We've gone through our articles from the past couple weeks and put together a bucketlist of awesome stuff that will keep you busy during the final days of 2016.  Happy holidays!

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1. Sweat it out at Sauna Nova Scotia

2. Go tobogganing with some friends

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3. Pick up a special dessert for your next holiday dinner

4. Shoot some pool at Locas Billiards

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5. Take your dog for a scenic winter walk

6. Try a new kind of workout at the Halifax Circus School

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7. Grab a cocktail at the Bicycle Thief’s Fire and Ice outdoor bar

8. Check out the beautiful Christmas lights all over Halifax

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9. Warm up with some Halifax comfort food

10. See into the future with a tarot card reading by one of Halfiax’s psychics

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11. Rent a cozy winter cabin for a romantic weekend away

12. Stay warm with a candy cane latte at Humani-T Café

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13. See the city from above with a helicopter tour of Halifax

14. Enjoy some lobster rolls from Fredie’s Fantastic Fish Houses

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15. Snap some pics while you shop at Bellissimo Living

16. Grab a holiday breakfast with the squad for under $10

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17. Hit the slopes at Wentworth Valley Ski Resort

18. Take the edge of your holidays with a drink at Split Crow

19. Show off your skills at The Fireside's trivia night

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20. Go skating at the Emera Oval

21. Finish up your Christmas Shopping at the Seaport Farmers’ Market

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22. Ring in the new year at the Grand Parade

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