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Well, the dregs of winter are here. Cold. Snowy. Nothing much to look forward to to break the monotony.

And Covid 19 makes it all so much worse.

Never fear! We’ve gathered up 8 Covid safe activities to hold you over until spring.
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  1. Order in your favorite  local wine ( Most offer shipping like Lightfoot and Wolfville) and have an indoor picnic.
    Nova Scotia in March
  2. Take a dessert tour. Try a new restaurant every week- just for dessert.

    Nova Scotia in March
    Enjoy desserts in Nova Scotia in March
  3. Go for a winter snowshoe on Rogart Mountain Trail. P.S It’s gorgeous in all seasons.
    221 Alex MacDonald Rd, Tatamagouche, NS
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    Snowshoe Rogart Mountain Nova Scotia in March

    At the head of the Rogart Mountain trail, find Sugar Moon restaurant- dine in, but also offers pre-ordered take out ,curbside shopping, snowshoe rental and “sugar on snow ‘taste tests. Open weekends only
    221 Alex MacDonald Rd, Tatamagouche, NS
    902- 657-3348

    Nova Scotia in March
    Yummy breakfast-Sugar Moon farm-things do do in Nova Scotia in March
  5. Paint a piece of pottery at the Clay Cafe Studio, Truro or Halifax or The Clayground in Wolfville
    In the city, Clay Cafe Halifax  6413 Quinpool Rd, Halifax, NS 902 -429-2994 Clay Cafe Truro 600 Prince St, Truro, NS 
    Or Clay Ground Wolfville  348 Main St, Wolfville, NS 902- 542-2169

    Nova Scotia in March
    Things to do in Nova Scotia in March
  6. Join a guided hike with Hike Nova Scotia

     Nova Scotia in March
    Group Hiking in Nova Scotia in March
  7. Enjoy an afternoon  at the Discovery Centre in Halifax-Open Thursday to Sunday,9am-12pm & 1pm-4pm
    1215 Lower Water Street
    Halifax, Nova Scotia
    B3J 3S8

  8. Browse and grab a  coffee at Otis and Clementine’s Books. It’s a neat little used bookstore/coffee shop that often fosters kittens.
    902 826-1823
    5209 St. Margaret’s Bay Rd.
    Upper Tantallon, NS
    B3Z 1E3