AUGUST FREE & CHEAP EVENTS (August 14 – August 16, 2015)

AUGUST FREE & CHEAP EVENTS (August 14 – August 16, 2015)

Just a quick note: Don’t forget to use the ENTERTAIN KIDS ON A DIME COUPONS!!!  They EXPIRE in 2 WEEKS!!!

Have a great weekend!


 

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**FRIDAY, AUGUST 14, 2015**

*Indoor Play- 50% off Admission (Vaughan)
Hop Hop Jump
400 Spinnaker Way
Vaughan, ON

50% off Admission with the use of an Entertain Kids On A Dime Coupon.
$3.45-$4.95 for per child. Can be used with more than one child.

http://www.hophopjump.com

Click to use Coupon: http://entertainkidsonadime.com/coupons

*Indoor Play-50% Off Admission (Vaughan)
10am-2pm
Mini Mania
61 Creditview Road (Langstaff & Highway 400)
Woodbridge, ON

50% off Admission with the use of an Entertain Kids On A Dime Coupon.
$4 for per child. Can be used with more than one child.

http://www.minimaniaplayground.com/

Click to use Coupon: http://entertainkidsonadime.com/coupons

*Fun Zone (Vaughan)
9:30am-11:30am
JCC -Schwartz/Reisman Centre
9600 Bathurst Street
(Bathurst & Rutherford)
Vaughan, ON

DROP-IN PROGRAM
Ongoing | Monday, Wednesday & Friday

A great place to socialize, play, and meet new friends. Explore the different play centers, fine/gross motor skills toys, hands-on activities, and circle/story time. On Fridays, we highlight Shabbat by signing songs and eating challah together.
Parents, Grandparents, and/or Caregivers are welcome with children!

Age Recommended: 0-4 Years

Member Value Fee: $2.00
Non-Member Fee: $4.00

More structured curriculum- highlighting all holidays
Certified ECE teacher
Take home crafts
Circle & story time
Fridays, Challah is served

For further questions/concerns, please contact: Tonya (Children & Family Program Coordinator): tonyas@srcentre.ca

http://childrenandfamily.srcentre.info/programs/Fun-zone.asp

*Indoor Play Zone- 50% Off Admission (North York)
9am-3pm
Active Kids Zone
751 Alness Street
North York, ON

50% off Admission with the use of an Entertain Kids On A Dime Coupon.
Cost: $3.50-$5 per child.

Please call to confirm they are not booked for a private party.
(416) 650-5060

http://www.activekidszone.com
Click to use Coupon: http://entertainkidsonadime.com/coupon

*Family Fun Fridays (Toronto) (FREE)
1pm-3pm
Ontario Legislative Building
111 Wellesley Street West
Toronto, ON

This free, two hour interactive family program at Ontario’s Legislative Building is provided during the summer months – Fridays from July 3rd through August 28th, 1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.

It offers families with children aged 6 – 10 the opportunity to:

Explore the historic Legislative Building
Play a role in a mock debate; dress-up in traditional robes
Participate in a scavenger hunt
Learn how Parliament works

This is a free program. Pre-registration is required. Call (416) 325-0061 to register or e-mail us. Children must be accompanied by an adult.

http://educationportal.ontla.on.ca/en/visit-us/programs/family-fun-Friday’s

*Summer Sun Days (Niagara Falls) (Free Admission)
11am-5pm
Battle Ground Hotel Museum & Willoughby Historical Museum
6137 Lundy’s Lane & 9935 Niagara Parkway
Niagara Falls, ON

Explore our other sites this summer as a family and make a craft during your visit!

http://niagarafallsmuseums.ca

*Durham Festival (Pickering)
Various Locations

Durham Festival is a celebration of culture showcasing food, concerts, cycling, innovation, performances and creative expression of all kinds. This is Durham like you’ve never seen it before: united within a lively celebration of the diverse communities that call our region home. The four festival pillars are connection, inclusion, collaboration and unity.
Pickering’s Festival Line-up includes:

All Weekend: Apple Festival in Nautical Village. Enjoy apple themed food in the restaurants and bakery’s!

Friday, August 14
Heritage children’s games and crafts
Alex Robertson Park
12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

http://durhamfestival.ca/

*400 Years of Champlain (Orillia)
10:30am-4pm
Oorillia Public Library
36 Mississaga Street West
Orillia, ON

Bring the kids out and discover how an astrolabe works and make one of your own. Check out fantastic historical displays, and participate in a “pretend” archaeological dig. And don’t forget to stop by for stories in both French and English.

http://www.orilliapubliclibrary.ca/en/whatshot/upcomingprograms.asp


 

 

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**SATURDAY, AUGUST  15, 2015**

*Cineplex Family Favourites (All Over The GTA)
11am
Various Locations

Movie: The Seventh Dwarf

Admission (taxes included):
General: $2.99

http://www.cineplex.com/Events/FamilyFavourites

*Arts And Crafts Drop in (All over Ontario)
10am-11:30am
Various Michaels Locations

Let your kids explore their creativity while you shop! Only $2 per child reserves 30 minutes for your creative kid. Sessions starting every half hour from 10am – 11:30 am. See a store associate to join the fun!

http://canada.michaels.com/Kids-Store-Events/store-events-kids,default,pg.html

*Jungle Gym (Vaughan)
1:30pm – 3:30pm
JCC -Schwartz/Reisman Centre
9600 Bathurst Street
(Bathurst & Rutherford)
Vaughan, ON

Drop in program.
Our gymnasium will be set up as a jungle gym featuring a bouncy castle and a variety of fun and exciting equipment for your children to explore.
Ages 1-5

FREE for Members
Regular Fee: $5

For further questions/concerns, please contact: Tonya (Children & Family Program Coordinator): tonyas@srcentre.ca

http://childrenandfamily.srcentre.info/programs/Jungle-Gym.asp

*Farmer’s Market (Woodbridge)
9am-1pm
Woodbridge Village Farmers Market
Hwy #7 and Islington Ave., at the Woodbridge Pool & Memorial Arena parking lot.

The market runs every Saturday, rain or shine. There is plenty of free parking at our market. Our local farmer vendors are passionate about their produce.
Our Kid’s Club includes creative crafts and engaging activities weekly.

http://www.woodbridgevillagefarmersmarket.com

*Ribfest (Woodbridge)
Woodbridge Fairground
100 Porter Avenue
Woodbridge, ON

The Bets Ribs in Town. Once a year the greatest Ribfet.
Ribs, Food, Music, Beer and Wine. Kids Amusements …………………..Fun for all!

http://www.clubrunner.ca/woodbridge

*Soap Making Workshop -50% OFF Admission (Richmond Hill)
10am-12pm
Let’s Make It
10217 Yonge Street
Richmond Hill, ON

50% off Child Admission for a soap making workshop with the use of an Entertain Kids On A Dime Coupon.

Drop off Optional for Kids 6 and Up.
Call in advance to make sure there is room.
$15 per child. Can be used with more than one child.

905-237-7270

http://creativeprojects.ca

Click to use Coupon: http://entertainkidsonadime.com/coupons

*Farmer’s Market (Aurora)
8am-1pm
49 Wells Street
Aurora, ON

Yes! Live singing, free children’s crafts, splash pad, park and on most days we have book readings too (a lady comes and reads a book to the kids and does a little activity with them)

http://theaurorafarmersmarket.com/hours/

*Doors Open (Aurora)
10am-4pm
Throughout the Town of Aurora
Event headquarters is located at Aurora Town Park
Aurora, ON

The Town of Aurora and the Auro​​​ra Heritage Advisory Committee ​hosts the 10th Annual Doors Open Aurora event on Saturday, August 15, 2015.
Every year, Doors Open Ontario attracts large crowds across the province. From April to October, residents and visitors are invited to discover various communities’ heritage, natural and cultural resources. Since the program was launched in 2002, nearly four million people have visited sites participating in this exciting initiative. Festival and Events Ontario recognized Doors Open Ontario as​ one of the Top 100 Ontario Festivals.
On Saturday, August 15, residents and visitors to Aurora are given a unique opportunity to learn about the heritage and cultural resources in our community. The event helps our community celebrate its heritage, strengthen and encourage local partnerships, stimulate tourism, and support the local economy.

http://www.aurora.ca/doorsopen

*Sport Legacy (Aurora)
2pm-3pm
Aurora Public Library
15145 Yonge Street
Aurora, ON

Create your own collector sports card with Snwana White, Aurora Museum Curator.
Part of Aurora Public Library’s Doors Open festivities.

http://aurorapl.ca

*Farmer’s Market (Newmarket)
8am-1pm
Newmarket Riverwalk Commons
(corner of Doug Duncan and Timothy St.)

Wagon Rides on every 2nd and 4th weekend every month, face painting and more.

(GARLIC IS GREAT FESTIVAL)

http://www.newmarketfarmersmarket.com

*Summer Wrap Up Party (Markham)
1pm-4pm
Angus Glen Library
3990 Major Mackenzie Dr E
Markham, ON

With summer coming to a close, what better way to celebrate than at the Markham Public Library Wrap Up Party!
Come take part in our exciting lineup of activities, crafts, face painting, carnival games, and prize raffles. That’s right, we’ll be raffling off tons of great prizes. If you want to win, just come to the event, participate in the activities, earn ballots, and wait for the draw.
Prizes include:
– Board Games
– Books
– Legoland passes
– 1 Kobo Aura eReader
– and more!
All winners must be in attendance to claim their prize.
Leave your wallet at home because this is a free event for the whole family. So bring your kids, your neighbors kids, even your neighbors neighbor’s kids, because everyone throughout Markham is invited to this exciting event!

http://bit.ly/1I0TlfW

*Ward 6 Fun Fair (Markham)
2pm-4pm
Berczy Park North
447 The Bridle Walk
Markham, ON

Amanda Yeung Collucci, Ward 6 Councillor of the City of Markham would like to invite you to her community event – WARD 6 FUN FAIR on Saturday, August 15th from 2:00pm – 4:00pm at Berczy Park North (447 The Bridle Walk).
This is a family-friendly event and for children of all ages. There will be plenty of great activities, including face painting, balloon twisting, bubble blowing, meet and greet with Elsa and Spiderman, and much more. There will also be FREE ice cream!*
Please join us or drop by to say hello!

mqi@markham.ca

*Summer Journeys (Scarborough) (FREE)
12pm-10pm
Rouge Beach
195 Rouge Hills Drive
Toronto, ON

Join Friends of the Pan Am Path for Maadaadizi -Summer Journeys, the spectacular grand finale of the Pan Am Path Art Relay at the start of the First Nations Trail.
Afternoon family activities include hoop dancing, lantern making, singing, environmental talks and more (noon-7 pm). All events are free.
The evening program features a sunset performance of “The Great Chief Star” by Jason Baerg, Erin Fortier, J-S Gauthier, Michael Red, Santee Smith and Tanya Tagaq. Starts 8 pm. Free.
FREE Shuttle buses available courtesy of First Story Toronto, RSVP here at Eventbrite -eventbrite.ca/e/18051063216

http://www.panampath.org

*August Weekends (Scarborough)
12pm-5pm
Scarborough Museum
1007 Brimley Road
Scarborough, ON

oin the Scarborough Museum Youth Collective on weekends this summer for fun filled Victorian parlour entertainments and popular 20th century board games. Enjoy delicious local delicacies from the Americas. Family fun guaranteed.

Admission is pay what you can.

http://www.toronto.ca/museum-events

*International Street Festival (TORONTO) (FREE)
11am-7pm
Eglinton Ave. West from Marlee Ave. to Dufferin St
1660 Eglinton Avenue West.
Toronto, ON

The 8th Annual York-Eglinton International Street Festival is one of Toronto’s must-see events. Created to showcase Toronto’s diverse community, the International Street Festival features live musical performances from local talent, salsa dance demonstrations and instruction, a street-level carnival, countless food vendors, an exotic animal petting zoo, and amazing sales offered by community businesses.

This is a free festival and is open to everyone, including families with small children and pets.
As an added bonus, Elmo, Cookie Monster and Abby Cadabby characters will walk-around and available for photo opportunities during the festival.

The event features one-kilometer full-street-closure along Eglinton Ave. W. from Marlee Ave. to Dufferin St. with an expected attendance of over 25,000 and is now the largest summer event in the North York Community.

The festival will take place August 15 from 11:00 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. and August 16 from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

For more information, please visit our website or call 416.789.1835.

http://www.InternationalStreetFest.com

*Festival Of South Asia (Toronto) (FREE)
Gerrard India Bazaar BIA
1426 Gerrard Street East
Coxwell and Gerrard
Toronto, ON

Exotic South Asian cuisines, Arts & Cultural displays, Main Stage entertainment featuring Deep Jandu, Dhol Circle, Aakash Band, Toronto Tabla Ensemble, Agni, Kids Activities including street performances by Zero Gravity Circus & The Cornerstone Studio, and more!

http://www.festivalofsouthasia.com

*Rogers Cup Pizzaville Weekend (Toronto) (FREE)
Aviva Centre
1 Shoreham Drive
Toronto, ON

Aviva Centre opens its doors for those who want to enjoy a weekend filled with free tennis and fun activities for the whole family.

Pizzaville Free Community Weekend combines the competition between the world’s best players with a festive atmosphere that includes contests, games, music, plus the chance for fans to pick up a racquet and get on court themselves, giving families and friends the chance to spend quality time together.

http://rogerscup.com

*Farmers Market (Port Credit)
8am-1pm
Corner of Lakeshore Road East and Elmwood Avenue (2 blocks east of Hurontario Street).
Port Credit, ON

Our Farmers Market also has weekly live music, demonstrations and a new group of artisans each week. The kids will love the drop-in crafts and gardening workshops. Every week is event week at the market!

http://www.portcredit.com/explore-port-credit/farmers-market/

*Summer BBQ (Brampton)
11am-3pm
ParkPlace Junior
107 Queen Street East
Brampton, ON

Join us for a summer BBQ filled with food, magic and fun for families in the Brampton Community. Face Painting, Crafts, Tattoo Parlour, Balloon Animals, Bouncy Castle and more! It’s all Free! Free Parking on site.

http://www.parkplacejunior.com

*Durham Festival (Pickering)
Various Locations

Durham Festival is a celebration of culture showcasing food, concerts, cycling, innovation, performances and creative expression of all kinds. This is Durham like you’ve never seen it before: united within a lively celebration of the diverse communities that call our region home. The four festival pillars are connection, inclusion, collaboration and unity.
Pickering’s Festival Line-up includes:

All Weekend: Apple Festival in Nautical Village. Enjoy apple themed food in the restaurants and bakery’s!

Saturday, August 15
Giant site-wide game of ‘capture the flag’
Alex Robertson Park, Pickering Waterfront
12:00 pm – 6:00 pm

http://durhamfestival.ca/

*Taste of Ajax (Ajax)
12pm-8pm
Rotary Park
177 Lake Driveway West Ajax

Experience Ajax’s waterfront like never before where guests can savour flavours from local restaurants, food trucks, craft brewers and more! Enjoy great live entertainment, children’s activities, and an assortment of unique vendors.
Free shuttle bus service is provided for this event as street parking is very limited (for shuttle schedules and routes, please visit our website). ATMs on site.

http://www.tasteajax.com/

*Harbour Day (Whitby) (FREE)
12pm-Dusk
Port Whitby Marina
301 Watson Street
Whitby, ON

Whitby Harbour Day is a free, summer celebration of Whitby’s historic harbour with fun for the whole family. The event highlights Whitby’s harbour facilities including Port Whitby Marina and Whitby Yacht Club. The waterfront awaits visitors from Port Whitby Marina and Yacht Club to Rowe House, the Lions Promenade and the Waterfront Trail. Enjoy food and beverage vendors through out the event.

Back by popular demand; the Dragon Boat experience. Whitby Harbour Day also includes water ski shows, community and boating displays, arts and crafts, food vendors, Station Gallery kids program and Artists, children’s activities and live entertainment. Visit the Whitby Yacht Club Open House including; children’s activities, Sailing School Demonstrations, water shuttle and live entertainment. Harbour Day will wrap up at dark with a nautical Parade of Lights and spectacular Dentistry on Dundas firework display.

http://www.whitby.ca/en/residents/harbourday.asp

*Picasso’s Picnic Kids Arts Festival (Bowmanville)
10am-4pm
Visual Arts Centre of Clarington
143 Simpson Ave
Bowmanville, ON

Picasso’s Picnic s a festival for kids and their families to enjoy all forms of art in one day. The festival brings together youth of all ages with their families to The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington to experience a wide range of arts, performers, workshops, young artists and local arts related businesses.
This year we are representing Clarington in the Durham Festival. There will be various events running throughout Durham Region showcasing each municipality. Picasso’s Picnic is the largest festival east of Toronto.

http://www.picassospicnic.com

*Splash Festival Beach Bash (Keswick)
9am-5pm
De La Salle Park, 1490 Metro Rd
Jackson’s Point, ON

SPLASH Festival BEACH BASH: This free event is the year’s most delightful opportunity to enjoy one of Lake Simcoe’s very best beaches. Play on the beach, picnic, enjoy live music, and experience a wealth of fun water sports, art, and learning for kids of all ages. Location: De La Salle Park (1490 Metro Road, Jackson’s Point) Time: 9 AM to 5 PM.

http://www.georgina.ca/calendar.aspx

*4th Annual Painted Perch Festival (Keswick)
12pm-6pm
Jackson’s Point
Jackson’s Point, ON

Painted Perch Festival: Jackson’s Point Village Association BIA will be hosting their 4th Annual Painted Perch Festival in the Jackson’s Point Parkette (Dalton Road and Lake Drive). It will be an afternoon and evening of fun and excitement for the whole family. Up for a challenge? Enter the Painted Perch Challenge and Butter Tart Challenge! Don’t forget to vote on your favourite handcrafted perch! The kids can enjoy games, crafts, face painting, and live music featuring lots of local talent. There will also be an array of vendors, artisans, and some great food and drinks to enjoy.

https://www.facebook.com/JacksonsPoint

*Carrot Fest (Bradford)
Bradford, ON

Bradford West Gwillimbury host its 17th Annual Carrot Fest. Deemed “The World’s Greatest Carrot Festival!”, Carrot Fest takes place on the streets of downtown Bradford, Ontario. Here you will find a street market, with over 300 vendors, Ontario DockDogs Association Competition, Pro Wrestling, CarrotFast 5km Charity Run, Gable Bros. Midway, inflatable amusement rides, main stage, strolling entertainment, buskers, live music, artisans and much more!

See Times on the Website.
Map area (http://www.carrotfest.ca/festival-map.html)

http://www.carrotfest.ca/


 

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**SUNDAY, AUGUST 16, 2015**

*Jungle Gym (Vaughan)
9:15am-10:45am
JCC -Schwartz/Reisman Centre
9600 Bathurst Street
(Bathurst & Rutherford)
Vaughan, ON

Drop in program.
Our gymnasium will be set up as a jungle gym featuring a bouncy castle and a variety of fun and exciting equipment for your children to explore.
Ages 1-5

FREE for Members
Regular Fee: $5

For further questions/concerns, please contact: Tonya (Children & Family Program Coordinator): tonyas@srcentre.ca

http://childrenandfamily.srcentre.info/programs/Jungle-Gym.asp

*August Weekends (Scarborough)
12pm-5pm
Scarborough Museum
1007 Brimley Road
Scarborough, ON

oin the Scarborough Museum Youth Collective on weekends this summer for fun filled Victorian parlour entertainments and popular 20th century board games. Enjoy delicious local delicacies from the Americas. Family fun guaranteed.

Admission is pay what you can.

http://www.toronto.ca/museum-events

*Woodbine Toyota Fusion of Taste (Toronto) (Free Admission)
12pm-10:30pm
Albion Islington Square BIA
Albion Road and Islington Avenue
Toronto, ON

The 9th annual Woodbine Toyota Fusion of Taste Festival is a one-day celebration of multiculturalism. The festival is a showcase of cultural dancing, live performances, and over 60 vendors offering diverse cultural wares. The primary attraction of the event is the culinary offerings, including Thai, Chinese, West Indian, and South Asian food. The festival also features Punjabi singers from India, such as Sudesh Kumari and Amrinder Bobby. Other notable performers include Punjabi hip-hop artist Fateh Doe, the Carribeean Band N2, and international dance group Arya Dance Company. Join in all the fun the festival has to offer including fun competitions, a live mural painting, amusement rides, face painting, and a free raffle draw. See you there!

http://www.fusionoftaste.com

*ACKEE FEST (Toronto)
11am-7pm
JAMAICAN CANADIAN ASSOCATION
995 ARROW ROAD
TORONTO, ON

Ackee Fest offers to a food lover a chance to become an ackee lover. The event is a great opportunity to delve into various ackee dishes from the Caribbean, African, vegetarian, vegan and Halal delicacies.
Ackee Fest inspires people to try new healthy dishes that include ackee, celebrate arts, and celebrate culture, sample food of the African and Caribbean diaspora!
Last year’s event was enjoyed by adults and children alike. This year Ackee Fest continues to be an alcohol free family event that is accommodating for all ages.
Children are welcome to enjoy our recreational and educational activities like face paintings, “bounce about”, arts, crafts, dances, foods, games, performances and learn about other cultures.

http://www.ackeefest.com/

*International Street Festival (TORONTO) (FREE)
11am-7pm
Eglinton Ave. West from Marlee Ave. to Dufferin St
1660 Eglinton Avenue West.
Toronto, ON

The 8th Annual York-Eglinton International Street Festival is one of Toronto’s must-see events. Created to showcase Toronto’s diverse community, the International Street Festival features live musical performances from local talent, salsa dance demonstrations and instruction, a street-level carnival, countless food vendors, an exotic animal petting zoo, and amazing sales offered by community businesses.

This is a free festival and is open to everyone, including families with small children and pets.
As an added bonus, Elmo, Cookie Monster and Abby Cadabby characters will walk-around and available for photo opportunities during the festival.

The event features one-kilometer full-street-closure along Eglinton Ave. W. from Marlee Ave. to Dufferin St. with an expected attendance of over 25,000 and is now the largest summer event in the North York Community.

http://www.InternationalStreetFest.com

*Festival Of South Asia (Toronto) (FREE)
Gerrard India Bazaar BIA
1426 Gerrard Street East
Coxwell and Gerrard
Toronto, ON

Exotic South Asian cuisines, Arts & Cultural displays, Main Stage entertainment featuring Deep Jandu, Dhol Circle, Aakash Band, Toronto Tabla Ensemble, Agni, Kids Activities including street performances by Zero Gravity Circus & The Cornerstone Studio, and more!

http://www.festivalofsouthasia.com

*Rogers Cup Pizzaville Weekend (Toronto) (FREE)
Aviva Centre
1 Shoreham Drive
Toronto, ON

Aviva Centre opens its doors August 8-9 for those who want to enjoy a weekend filled with free tennis and fun activities for the whole family.

Pizzaville Free Community Weekend combines the competition between the world’s best players with a festive atmosphere that includes contests, games, music, plus the chance for fans to pick up a racquet and get on court themselves, giving families and friends the chance to spend quality time together.

http://rogerscup.com

*Children’s Festival (Burlington)
10am-5pm
Spencer Smith Park
1400 Lakeshore Road
Burlington, ON

We’re celebrating over 20 years of the festival that is all about kids having fun! Join us for a sports themed event and enjoy bouncers, face painting, swag and activities galore!

http://www.burlington.ca/childrensfest

*New Hope Church Summerfest (St. Catherines) (FREE)
11am-2pm
New Hope Church Summer fest
2360 First street Louth
St.Catharines, ON

The biggest summer festival in Canada, free food, free live music, free carnival!

office@newhopechurchniagara.com

*Family Fun Day (Pickering)
10am-4pm
Ajax Downs Racetrack
50 Alexander’s Crossing
Ajax, ON
L1Z 2E6

Join us for our annual Family Fun Day held in conjuction with Ajax Downs Racetrack! There will be many activities for kids and live horse racing for adults. Special guests Darryl Sittler, Queen Anna and Princess Elsa, Captain America, Spider Man and Minions will be joining us for the day. This year will feature the Teddy Bear Hospital – have your kids bring their favourite toy stuffie. For more information contact Emily Moorhouse at emoorhouse@rougevalley.ca or 905-683-2320 X 1501

http://www.facebook.com/events/628572773947085/

*Durham Festival (Pickering)
Various Locations

Durham Festival is a celebration of culture showcasing food, concerts, cycling, innovation, performances and creative expression of all kinds. This is Durham like you’ve never seen it before: united within a lively celebration of the diverse communities that call our region home. The four festival pillars are connection, inclusion, collaboration and unity.
Pickering’s Festival Line-up includes:

All Weekend: Apple Festival in Nautical Village. Enjoy apple themed food in the restaurants and bakery’s!

Sunday, August 16
Artist Vendors
Millennium Square, Pickering Waterfront
1:00 pm – 4:30 pm

http://durhamfestival.ca/

*Carrot Fest (Bradford)
Bradford, ON

Bradford West Gwillimbury host its 17th Annual Carrot Fest. Deemed “The World’s Greatest Carrot Festival!”, Carrot Fest takes place on the streets of downtown Bradford, Ontario. Here you will find a street market, with over 300 vendors, Ontario DockDogs Association Competition, Pro Wrestling, CarrotFast 5km Charity Run, Gable Bros. Midway, inflatable amusement rides, main stage, strolling entertainment, buskers, live music, artisans and much more!

See Times on the Website.
Map area (http://www.carrotfest.ca/festival-map.html)

http://www.carrotfest.ca/