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Mix of Six: Oct. 22-24

Metro picks this weekend's best events.

Halifax Mooseheads
When: Friday and Saturday, 7 p.m.
Where: Halifax Metro Centre
The Mooseheads are facing two Maritime Division rivals — the Cape Breton Screaming Eagles on Friday, and the Saint John Sea Dogs on Saturday. Friday’s game is Pink in the Rink III, where there will be pink ice and the Moose will wear pink jerseys in support of Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation Atlantic.

Saint Mary’s Huskies football
When: Saturday, 2 p.m.
Where: Huskies Stadium
After starting a dismal 0-3, the Huskies now control their own destiny to finish first in the Atlantic conference. To do that, they’ll need to win its final two games, including against a much-improved Mount Allison Mounties squad on Saturday. The Mounties are also 3-3 and knocked off Saint Mary’s earlier this season.

Just For Laughs Comedy Tour
When: Saturday, 7 and 9:30 p.m.
Where: Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
If you need a good laugh, then this is an event not to miss. The show is hosted by Frank Spadone, with special guest Jeremy Hotz. Bob Arno, Robert Kelly, Ryan Hamilton and Gina Yashere are also taking to the stage. Tickets are $44 and available through the Dalhousie Arts Centre box office.

Fear The Darkness Haunted House
When: Through Oct. 31
Where: Alderney Landing
If you’re looking to get into the Halloween spirit, then this is the place to be. The haunted house is open to the public each night from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The cost is $8, with warm clothing recommended. A wait of between 30 to 45 minutes is also expected.

Halifax Pop Explosion
When: Through Saturday
Where: Various venues
This popular music festival has become an annual fall fixture and presents the best new music in Canada with shows attracting large crowds throughout the city. Visit halifaxpopexplosion.com for a complete schedule.

Fathers & Sons
When: Through Sunday
Where: Neptune Studio Theatre
This new play described as both funny and touching is set into four parts like a piece of classical music and the play tells the story of a family through the years. Visit neptunetheatre.ca for show times and ticket information.

 
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