Welcome to Valley Family Fun!
People who are new to the area (and some who are not) often ask me what they can do with their families in the Valley.
This made me realize that there isn't one central place to look for information. Here is a compilation of what I've discovered!
Valley Family Fun is not responsible for any incorrect information or decisions you make for your family. If you see any errors or have suggestions, please feel free to share!
To learn more about Valley Family Fun, listen here to a podcast of an interview I did on CBC Information Morning (April 2012).
Laura Churchill Duke
Valley Family Fun Blog
It is one of our most favourite days of year! The day we get to go the farm and help make apple cider from scratch!
The crafts started to compile, and I didn't know what to do with them. This is when we created the Halloween Tree.
The Halloween tree has now become a part of our yearly tradition.
Journey with Robin through her cancer journey and her fight for a cancer drug to be approved in Nova Scotia.
This is a story of friendship and love. It's a story of being strong in the face of adversity, and it's a story of the power of love and friendship.
When Nancy Hurren approached me to talk about her new business venture, Trikes N Trails, my first thought was – When can I try them?
Engage Nova Scotia is calling on Nova Scotians to make this Thanksgiving, the most welcoming, community-oriented Thanksgiving in our history. Nova Scotia has a history of welcoming newcomers that dates back over 400 years to the Mi’kmaq, who supported European settlers with food and shelter. Let's honour our long history of being a welcoming place by signing up to be part of Share Thanksgiving this year.