Armdale Yacht Club
The Armdale Yacht Club offers a complete range of facilities and services to meet the needs of todays yachtsmen and women, their families, friends and guests.
Bluenose Juggling Club
Although juggling and the circus arts do not have a long history in Nova Scotia, this seedling is definitely sprouting! The origins of our club are in a small group of jugglers, unicyclists, mimes and tightrope walkers who began to meet in 1982 under the auspices of Portable Mime Theatre.
Chebucto Minor Baseball League
Halifax Chebucto Minor Baseball is a volunteer, community based minor baseball club. We run recreational and competitive baseball programmes for boys and girls (co-ed) in the 5 to 15 year age group
Dartmouth Whalers Minor Hockey Association
The Dartmouth Whaler name and Logo were adopted in 1986 with the merger of two associations. Shearwater East Dartmouth Minor Hockey Association and Dartmouth Minor Hockey Association both merged those associations into what we now know today as the Dartmouth Whalers Minor Hockey Assocaition.
Halifax Amateur Radio Club (VE1FQ)
The Halifax Amateur Radio Club (H.A.R.C.), VE1FQ, has a long history dating back to 1932 and may be the oldest Amateur Radio club in Canada. HARC provides a forum for the exchange of ideas and information related to radio communications and technical experimentation.
Halifax Area Personal Computer Club
The Club has been in operation since 1984.It has been known as the MSDos Computer Club,The Halifax MSDos Computer Club,The Halifax Area Personal Computer Society and, most recently, The Halifax Area Personal Computer Club.
Halifax Christian Bikers
The Christian Motorcyclists Association of Canada was founded in 1992 when the need was seen for a Canadian branch. It now has over 1500 members with almost 30 chapters Canada-wide.
Halifax Citadel Regimental Association
Established on July 10, 1993, the Halifax Citadel Regimental Association (HCRA) is a non-profit, charitable organization which, in partnership with Parks Canada, supports programming at the Halifax Citadel National Historic Site (NHS) of Canada.
Halifax County United Soccer Club
The Halifax County United Soccer Club is one of the largest youth clubs in the Halifax Regional Municipality, with over 1,400 players as well as senior teams. It includes the western part of HRM from Brookside to Hubbards and Peggy's Cove to Hammonds Plains.
Halifax Field Naturalists
The objectives of the Halifax Field Naturalists are to encourage a greater appreciation and understanding of Nova Scotia's natural histor
Halifax Kennel Club
The Halifax Kennel Club holds 5 Championship Dog Shows and Obedience Trials per year at Exhibition Park during February and September.
Halifax Ultimate Regional League (HURL)
We host three leagues. The largest is the summer league that spans from June to August and is played on grass fields throughout Halifax. The fall league spans mid-September to mid-November. The winter league spans from early December to March.
Leatherbacks Scuba Club
This dive club is all about making all divers feel welcome. It is a great place for novices and advanced divers alike. We emphasize safe and environmentally responsible diving and encourage members to be leaders in the dive community.
Nova Scotia Equestrian Federation
The Nova Scotia Equestrian Federation (NSEF) was formed in the mid 1970's as the official governing body for all aspects of equine and equestrian activity in Nova Scotia.
Nova Scotia Mineral and Gem Society
Our membership possesses a wealth of knowledge about identifying rocks, minerals, and fossils; collecting locations throughout the province; and techniques for turning rough material into beautiful gemstones.
Nova Scotia Prospectors Association
The Nova Scotia Prospectors Association was formed in 1993 to foster prospecting at the professional and recreational level.
Pier 21 Society
Are you interested in volunteering at Pier 21? We would like to meet you! Pier 21 is a non-profit organization that relies heavily on the generosity of our many talented volunteers.
Royal Astronomical Society, Halifax Centre
The Halifax Centre of the RASC is an active association of over 200 amateur and professional astronomers, united by their appreciation of the night sky and the wonders it contains.
Sears Halifax Toastmasters Club
Join Sears-Halifax Toastmasters Club 1555. We meet every Thursday evening at 6:15 PM, in the Retail Training Centre at Sears, top floor by the Bedding section, Halifax Shopping Centre, 7001 Mumford Road.
Velo Halifax Bicycle Club
The largest bicycle club in Atlantic Canada.