Festivals and Events
Each year the Town of Digby is pleased to sponsor or host the following events. Please join us. Come and Sea what's happening in the Town of Digby.
Joe Casey Award Ceremony - This ceremony is held annually to honor a person or persons who have made significate contribution to the betterment of the Town of Digby. Past receipients of this award are Frank Mackintosh, Terry Gilbert, Angela O'Neil, Wendi Bradley, John Nichols, Jonathan Riley, Richard (Dick) Levy,Greg Turner and Charles Haliburton. To nominate a special person or person follow the link. Joe Casey Nomination Form 2020 (95 KB)
Lobster Bash - Cancelled due to Covid-19 July 3 to July 5, 2020 this event is a celebration to promote the Lobster Industry in South West Nova Scotia. Lots to see and do oh and eat during the event follow the link for more details.
Canada Day Mayor and Councillor BBQ -Cancelled due to Covid-19 Every year on Canada Day July 1 at the Fishermen Memorial Park Maiden Lane please join the Mayor and Council for the annual BBQ with entertainment and food for all. 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM an event not to be missed.
Digby Scallop Days - Cancelled due to Covid-19 This is the longest running festival in the Digby area a celebration of scallops, the scallop fishing industry and the people who brave the seas to harvest them. The festival is held during the first weekend of August and is celebrated over a four day period starting on Thursday. Lots of fun for the entire family. The 2020 festival will be held August 6 to August 9.
Wharf Rat Rally - September 2 to September 6, 2020. This motorcycle rally began in 2005 with a small gathering of motorcycle and has grown to Canada's largest multi day motorcycle rally.
Fishermens Memorial Service held to honor and remember those lost at sea. This event is held the third Sunday in September annually at 2:00 PM at Fishermens Memorial Park on Maiden Lane. Fishermems Memorial Dedication Fillable Form (20 KB)
Annual Town of Digby Tree Lighting Ceremony - This event is held the last Friday in November behind the Cenotaph on the Promanade at 6:00 PM.