Mix of Six: Oct. 29-31

Metro picks this weekend's best events.

Music
Sarah Harmer, Oct. 29, Rebecca Cohn Auditorium
This Canadian singer-songwriter is touring the country in support of her first album in five years – oh little fire. Her special guest is Joey Wright. Tickets are $39 and available through the Dalhousie University Arts Centre box office.

Theatre
7 Stories, Oct. 29- Nov. 14, Fountain Hall, Neptune Theatre
Alberta playwright Morris Panych’s award-winning work tells seven stories from a window ledge seven stories above ground – as the main character decides whether to take the stairs or jump to get down. Call 429-7070 or visit neptunetheatre.com for ticket information.

Children’s Theatre
The Wiggles Wiggly Circus Live, Oct. 30 &?Oct. 31, Halifax Metro Centre
The world’s No. 1 preschool entertainers are coming to Halifax for three shows, and bringing along their friends like Dorothy the Dinosaur, Henry the Octopus and all the Wiggly Dancers. Saturday, 12:30 and 4 p.m.; Sunday, 4 p.m. Tickets range in price from $17 to $81 and are available through Ticket Atlantic.

Haunted House
Fear The Darkness Haunted House, through Oct. 31, 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.

Convention
Hal-Con Sci Fi Convention, Oct.29- Oct. 31, Lord Nelson Hotel
This unique three-day event is open to the public and includes workshops, celebrity guest appearances, gaming events (non-gambling), board game contests, masquerade/costume ball and more. Visit hal-con.com for complete information.

Music
Symphony Nova Scotia, Oct. 31, Rebecca Cohn Auditorium, 4 p.m.
The symphony is getting into the Halloween spirit. The performers will be in concert and perform the very best in ghoulish classics for this spooky family concert. Visit symphonynovascotia.com for complete information.