Liscombe Lodge Resort & Conference Center - Liscomb Mills, Nova Scotia, B0J 2A0, Canada

November 2016

Sherbrooke Christmas Village

November 14, 2016 

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Take a step back in time, to an old fashioned Christmas Village. From candlelit windows and traditional decorations, to festive chicken dinners and Christmas crafts from local artisans. 

Sherbrooke Village Old Fashion Christmas takes place over two weekends, from November 24 to November 26 and December 3 to 4. Situated on the eastern shore, Sherbrooke Village keeps the traditional lifestyle alive from May until October each year. Then in December they turn into a Christmas wonderland. 

The Old Fashion Christmas villages kicks off November 24! Events from the weekend include: 

  • Christmas Tree lighting and candle procession 
  • Petting zoo 
  • Christmas Crafts and Children's storytime 
  • Free skate
  • Beef Wellington dinner, festive chicken dinner and more!

Don't miss this extravagent Christmas celebration - get into the spirit this holiday season! 

Canada is #1!

November 1, 2016 

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Over 20% of the worlds fresh water resides here, it’s one of the most diverse countries in the world, and hockey and basketball were invented here… have you guessed it? Canada! We are incredible and according to Lonely Planet, Canada is the #1 place to travel to in 2017.

Liscombe Lodge Resort and Conference Centre in Nova Scotia, situated themselves next to rushing water, lush forests and Canada’s natural beauty. Located on the most eastern point of Canada, Liscombe Lodge embodies Canada’s love of nature.

Canadians have known that Canada is the #1 place to travel for decades, but as it celebrates its 150th anniversary of being Canada, we think this is the best time to visit! Canadians are not shy about celebrating, we love a good party; so it is time to start planning your 2017 vacation, today.

We pride ourselves on our strong cultural diversity, our incredible array of restaurants and our rich history; making Canada the ultimate vacation destination in 2017. What took you so long?