MAY FREE & CHEAP EVENTS (May 26- May 28, 2017)

MAY FREE & CHEAP EVENTS (May 26- May 28, 2017)

 

 

 

 

 

 

I am so excited to announce that I am creating a fun Pavilion for Adults & Kids, for two upcoming large festivals coming this June at Ontario Place.

The Mac & Cheese festival is now running in it’s third year! They are the world’s largest Mac & Cheese Festival.
The BBQ Eats festival is a new event and will be showcasing ethnic bbq flavours from around the world.

I will be running the indoor gaming zone for both events. For five tokens each, you can buy the wristbands, and can access all of these activities.

We have some amazing Companies working with us to make this magical for the families. Some of them include: The Medieval Times Knights, Bricks 4 Kidz, Reptilia, A tween spa, a Floof Sandbox, and more!

Below are the dates and times for each festival!
Make sure to order your FREE admission tickets online (so you can attend an hour earlier than the festival starts)!

COME VISIT AND HAVE FAMILY FUN AND ENJOY INCREDIBLE FOOD BY MASTER CHEFS!

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Mac & Cheese Festival 2017 (June 2- June 4)
Location: Ontario Place (West Island)
955 Lake Shore Blvd. West
Toronto, ON

Kids Zone Hours of Operation
Friday, June 2: 6pm-11pm
Saturday, June 3: 12pm-11pm
Sunday, June 4: 12pm-7pm

http://macandcheesefestival.ca
Get Your FREE Admission Tickets HERE

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BBQ Eats Festival 2017 (June 9-June 11)
Location: Ontario Place (West Island)
955 Lake Shore Blvd. West
Toronto, ON

Kids Zone Hours of Operation
Friday, June 9: 6pm-11pm
Saturday, June 10: 12pm-11pm
Sunday, June 11: 12pm-7pm

http://bbqeatsfestival.com
Get Your Free Admission Tickets HERE


SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES ARE AVAILABLE FOR BOTH EVENTS!

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Sponsorship Opportunities are still available for these events. I have some great options to help spread awareness about your Company.

This opportunity is great if you have a product or service that targets kids or parents. This is also great for insurance brokers, real estate agents, dentists, doctors, travel agents, car dealerships, RESP’s and other Companies that are looking to spread awareness to families.

For More Information about sponsorship, Contact Me HERE…


 

 

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**FRIDAY, May 26, 2017**

*Jungle Gym (Vaughan)
JCC -Schwartz/Reisman Centre
9600 Bathurst Street
(Bathurst & Rutherford)
Vaughan, ON

DROP-IN PROGRAM

Age Recommended: 0-5 Years
Non-Member Fee: $5.00

Circle Time, Story Time, and playing in the gym with toys and games.

•Please call prior to confirm they are running the program.

905-303-1821

*Ribfest (Newmarket)
213 Harry Walker Parkway South
Newmarket, ON

The Rib Fest Experience
Northern Heat Rib Series events are fun for a group of friends or the whole family. With events across Southern Ontario, you can always rely on us to bring you the BEST BBQ and food festival experience!
NEW for 2017 is our Craft Beer Market which features some of Ontario’s top craft brewers: Flying Monkeys, Barnstormer Brewing, Iconic Brewing, Highlander Brewing, Naughty Otter, Beaus Brewing + MORE
BEST BBQ in CANADA + LIVE MUSIC + CRAFT BEER MARKET + CARNIVAL GAMES + FOOD/DESSERT VENDORS + FREE ADMISSION!

northernheatribseries.ca

*Barbados on the Water (Toronto)
Harbourfront
235 Queens Quay
Toronto, ON

Harbourfront Centre celebrates Barbados’ Salute to Canada’s 150th with the largest festival of Barbadian culture in Canada!
This year, celebrate Canada with music, fashion, literary events and children’s activities – all for free. Don’t miss the rum tasting and plenty of music to dance the night away!

http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/festivals/barbadosonthewater/index.cfm

*Waterfront Festival (Barrie) (Free Admission)
Heritage Park
5 Simcoe St.
Barrie, ON

Annual spring line-up will present live bands from a variety of genres. For your added enjoyment, free outdoor entertainment will be brought to the table: street buskers, a midway with rides, face painting, street vendors, fresh food, treats, contests and food trucks.

Don’t miss this weekend with your family; eat, drink and have fun while sharing in Barrie’s terrific community spirit.
Event Time: Friday: 5pm – 10pm; Saturday: Noon – 10pm; Sunday: Noon – 6pm
Admission: Free

www.barriewaterfront.ca


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**SATURDAY, MAY 27,  2017**

* Family Favourites Movie (All Over Ontario)
11am
Cineplex Movie Theatres
Various Locations

Movie: STORKS

Join us on Saturday mornings at 11am for Cineplex Family Favourites. Watch a family favourite film each week for only $2.99. A portion of the proceeds goes towards supporting Free The Children. It’s a fun and affordable way to enjoy the weekend with your family.

http://www.cineplex.com/Events/FamilyFavourites?gclid=CJ_fvubOysoCFQ6IaQodbBkFCw

* Kid’s Club Crafts (All Over Ontario)
10am-11:30am
Michaels Art Store
All Over Ontario

Let your kids explore their creativity while you shop! Kids 3 and up can enjoy a quick project and take home a finished masterpiece. Sign up in store or just drop in. 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! Parents must remain on premises during the event.

http://canada.michaels.com/on/demandware.store/Sites-MichaelsCanada-Site/en_CA/Page-Show?cid=store-events

*Mom 2 Mom Sale (Woodbridge)
9am-12pm
Vellore Village Community Centre
1 Villa Royale Ave
Woodbridge, ON

Annual Event, Shop from 100+ moms selling gently used and sometimes new baby & kid items, indoor, rain or shine, please join us to Shop, Support and Socialize with your community. Chance to win a $250 Vaughan Mills gift card, meet Princess Poppy the Troll (mascot) and recieve a mini manicure courtesy of Glama Gals Vaughan with special rainbow nail accent. Free balloons for first 100 kids and mom swag bag for first 100 moms. Please join us! $3 entrance fee donated entirely to our 2017 Charity partner, Jordana’s Rainbows.

www.woodbridgemom2mom.com

*Geofest at Kortright (Vaughan)
Kortright Centre for Conservation
9550 Pine Valley Drive
Woodbridge, ON

Meet other geocachers, find hidden geocaches on the Kortright property. Also enjoy a beginner GPS workshop and more.
Space is limited and advanced reservations are required.
Adults $6.50 and seniors $5.50. Children 15 and under are free. Parking is $4.00.

http://www.kortright.org

*York Region Family Fun Day (Richmond Hill)
10am-3pm
York Region Operations Maintenance and Storage Facility
55 Orlando Avenue
Richmond Hill, ON

A free, family-friendly open house with indoor and outdoor interactive displays for all ages, face painting, crafts and inflatable slide for kids, charity BBQ to benefit 360 kids, ride the Viva bus through the bus wash, free personal shredding with donation to 360 kids, free mulch with cash donation to 360 kids, enter to win one of two Presto cards, a rain barrel with diverter and a York Region Paramedic prize bag.

www.york.ca/familyfunday

*Ribfest (Newmarket)
213 Harry Walker Parkway South
Newmarket, ON

The Rib Fest Experience
Northern Heat Rib Series events are fun for a group of friends or the whole family. With events across Southern Ontario, you can always rely on us to bring you the BEST BBQ and food festival experience!
NEW for 2017 is our Craft Beer Market which features some of Ontario’s top craft brewers: Flying Monkeys, Barnstormer Brewing, Iconic Brewing, Highlander Brewing, Naughty Otter, Beaus Brewing + MORE
BEST BBQ in CANADA + LIVE MUSIC + CRAFT BEER MARKET + CARNIVAL GAMES + FOOD/DESSERT VENDORS + FREE ADMISSION!

northernheatribseries.ca

*May Weekends (Scarborough)
12pm-4pm
Scarborough Museum
1007 Brimley Road
Scarborough, ON

Tea time? Yes please. Pop up tea parties on the lawn as well as fun historic tea facts highlighted all month long.

Admission is Pay What You Can

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

*Food Truck Festival (Scarborough)
11am-7pm
University of Toronto Scarborough, Parking Lot H
1265 Military Trail
Scarborough, ON

The 2nd annual Scarborough Food Truck Festival is taking place at the University of Toronto’s Scarborough Campus.

If the food wasn’t enticing enough, there’s a wealth of talent and entertainment to round out a fantastic day with the family. Put on your dancing shoes as we listen to local musicians. And bring the kids, because Edward the Juggler, Twinkles the Clown and Reptilia will be on site all day to put a smile on everyone’s faces at an event that promises to be not only a boost to local community programs, but also fun for the entire family as well.

Cost – Free!

http://www.esbgc.org/2017/04/scarborough-food-truck-festival-back/dn

*Doors Open (North York) (FREE)
Black Creek Pioneer Village
1000 Murray Ross Parkway
Toronto, ON

In partnership with Doors Open presented by Great Gulf you can come and enjoy a look behind some of the oldest doors in Toronto!

www.blackcreek.ca

*Doors Open High Park Nature Centre (Toronto) (FREE)
10am-5pm
High Park Nature Centre
375 Colborne Lodge Drive
Toronto, ON

Join us during Doors Open Toronto! Explore the fascinating history and architecture of the Forest School on a self-guided tour. High Park Nature Centre staff will be available to answer any questions about the heritage building, or the centre’s programming. The Nature Centre’s outdoor classroom will also be open for tours, and participants can plant a native species to help the teaching garden grow!
The event runs from 10am – 5pm both days, last admittance is at 4:30pm

www.highparknaturecentre.com

*Doors Open (Toronto)(FREE)
Multiple Locations
Toronto, ON

The 18th annual Doors Open Toronto presented by Great Gulf returns on May 27 and 28, 2017. This year’s theme is “15 Decades of Canadian Architecture”, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday.
Doors Open Toronto features 150 buildings representing each decade since the 1860s, as well as a collection of buildings from the pre-Confederation era. The theme shines light on the evolution of Canadian architecture, with a special focus on Centennial-period buildings and architects from the 1960s.
An exciting program of free Walking Tours will reference the stories and history of Toronto’s many neighbourhoods, both in a historical and a contemporary sense. Other offerings in this year’s Doors Open Toronto include the “OpenInsights” speaker series, with talks on topics such as the identity of current Canadian architecture, as well as special programs and more than 40 new participants in the building lineup.

http://www.toronto.ca/doorsopen

*WOOFSTOCK (Toronto)
10am-6pm
Woodbine Park
Coxwell & Eastern Ave
Toronto, ON

Woofstock is the largest outdoor festival for dogs in North America.

www.woofstock.ca

*Barbados on the Water (Toronto)
Harbourfront
235 Queens Quay
Toronto, ON

Harbourfront Centre celebrates Barbados’ Salute to Canada’s 150th with the largest festival of Barbadian culture in Canada!
This year, celebrate Canada with music, fashion, literary events and children’s activities – all for free. Don’t miss the rum tasting and plenty of music to dance the night away!

http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/festivals/barbadosonthewater/index.cfm

*Public Works Family Fun Day (Mississauga)
10am-3pm
Celebration Square
300 City Centre Drive
Mississauga, ON

Do you know what it takes to keep the city moving each day?
Join us for Family Fun Day – a celebration of National Public Works Week. This year we are featuring ArtWorkX, an event that merges art and infrastructure into one.
2017 Event Highlights
– Put on some safety gear and have your family photo taken at our photo booth.
– Take a guided bus tour of the Mississauga Transitway.
– Learn more about stormwater and enjoy our Blooming Raingarden.
– Watch live art demonstrations.
– See a rescue display by Mississauga Fire and Emergency Services.
– Enter the Kids’ Passport Challenge for a chance to win a gift card.
– Enjoy our bounce castle, or play soccer baseball or basketball in our sports dome.
– Buy a burger to support Engineers Without Borders.
– Munch on some free popcorn.

www.mississauga.ca/roads

•Carassauga (Mississauga)
Streetsville Legion – Streetsville Overseas Veterans’ Club RCL Branch 139
101 Church Street,
Mississauga, ON

For kids & the whole family: Little Buckaroos, Hockey Circus, Captain Canuck
Kitchen Party Band: The Screeched Inn
Tribute Band: The Summer of 69
Our Co-Host: Heritage Mississauga

All weekend long: Live Music, Historical Re-Enactments, Traditional Dance, Heritage Exhibits,
Storytelling, Costume displays, Food & Craft vendors, Kids Activities
Great food & drinks at the Coast to Coast sampler featuring
Alberta Beef, Bannock, Butter Tarts, Maple treats, Poutine, Jiggs Dinner,
A great picnic area & patio , with a beer tent/cash bar, our air conditioned Club Room and much much more!
Advance tickets available at the Clubroom Bar or see http://www.carassauga.com/visitorinformation/buy-passport/

www.streetsvillelegion.ca

*Whitevale Festival (Whitevale/Pickering)
8am-6pm
Whitevale Park
Whitevale Road
Whitevale, ON

We invite you to help us celebrate our Village in the Valley on historic Whitevale Road. Come and revel with us in our abundant natural and cultural heritage. Share glimpses of vintage Ontario living.
Our Community-wide Garage Sale kicks off at 8 am in the Church Yard with vintage finds for the early birds. Follow the wonderful aroma of freshly baked goodies to our legendary Bake Sale in the centre of town featuring our villagers’ home-made pastries, pies, cakes and breads.

Our Parade will make its way through town at about 10 am featuring Whitevale’s Festival Princess.

The Church Yard is the site of events throughout the day. The Souvlaki Gourmet will serve delectable Greek specialties along with burgers and dogs. Enjoy tea and goodies in the Tea Garden.
The Whitevale Arts and Culture Centre will offer Kids’ craft sessions along with an exhibit of old photos of the Whitevale School as well as information and sketches describing our Canada150 mural project. Craft displays by our local artists will be on view throughout the village. Find a favourite title at our well-stocked Book Fair.

At Whitevale Park a world of activities await for visitors of all ages. Local musicians will be featured throughout the day on our Festival Stage. The celebrated Motus O Dance Company will present “From Fair & Wide, Oh Canada,” a physical theatre work 15 minutes in length combining spoken word, dance, music and song, commemorating Canada’s 150-year history.
At our Hospitality Beer Garden quench your thirst with beer and wine. Vendors will offer a wide assortment of creative crafts and food items. Children can join us for Games in the Park throughout the day, including the Corky Duck Race. Our Petting Zoo is always a hit with kids who enjoy the interaction with an assortment of farm animals. Watch a sheep being sheared! Have your face painted. And more!

Mark your calendars for Saturday, May 27th. Join us for a Family Day in the Country!

writer@triciamccallum.com

*Parkrun 009 (Whitby)
8:45am-10:15am
Brooklin Memorial Park & Fairgrounds (park at Luther Vipond Arena)
67 Winchester Rd, Whitby, ON L1M 1B4
Whitby, ON

Parkrun organise free, weekly, 5km timed runs around the world.
They are open to everyone, free, and are safe and easy to take part in.

These events take place in pleasant parkland surroundings and we encourage people of every ability to take part; from those taking their first steps in running to Olympians; from juniors to those with more experience; we welcome you all.

http://www.parkrun.ca/whitby

*May Court Festival (Whitby)
11am-3pm
Trafalgar Castle School
401 Reynolds Street
Whitby, ON

Celebrated since 1907, Trafalgar Castle School’s May Court Festival is one of Whitby’s oldest
and most celebrated traditions. Guests are immersed in the school’s wonderful diversity
through varied cultural dances and international food as they gather together to welcome the
spring season and observe the official crowning of the May Queen and her Court.
The public is invited to the annual May Court Festival, which includes local vendors, a strawberry social; horse-drawn carriage rides; dunk tank; and food.

http://www.trafalgarcastle.ca

*Mackenzie Park Opening (Oshawa)
10am-3pm
Mackenzie Park Open
1234 Mackenzie Drive
Oshawa, ON

Mackenzie Park’s annual community event! Fun and activities for the whole family!!
Activities include: a BBQ, French fries, sno cones, jumping castle, joust, photo booth, games and much more!!

http://mackenzie-park.com

*Rose of Durham Community Picnic (Oshawa)
11am-3pm
Memorial Park, (corner of John Street/Centre Street)
Oshawa, ON

Family friendly event in support of the Rose of Durham
• Food service provided by Lakeview Burger (fees apply)
• Musical entertainment by the Legault Trio (11 a.m., 12 noon, 1 p.m.)
• Animals by Hands on Exotics
• Face painting by Sunflower the Clown
• Glitter tattoos by Glitz n’ Glam
• Character visits and photo booth by Enchanted Castle
• Inflatables, games, potting project, crafts, more!

New this year!
• Family yoga/meditation demonstration by the Art of Wellness (1:30 p.m.)
• Cupcake decorating

http://roseofdurham.com

 

*Kid’s Day International (Georgina)
12pm-3pm
Kid’s Day International-Georgina 2017
Simcoe Mews Plaza, 204 Simcoe Ave.
Kerswick, ON

Kid’s Day-Georgina 2017 is being hosted by Dr. Bob Pike and Pike Chiropractic. KDI is an international health, safety and environmental awareness day for children. This event will be hosted by chiropractors in hundreds of cities on the same day, at the same time, throughout the world. Our local law enforcement will be on hand to provide fingerprinting and child identification cards for the kids. The local fire department will be providing fire prevention and safety information. There will be car seat safety, bicycle safety, internet safety and local experts on environmental awareness in Georgina.There will be free health and spinal posture screenings and drug awareness information. The event is free to the whole community and benefits the Georgina Cares Fund. There will be food, characters, balloons and fun for all Georgina’s families.

905 476-6475

*Waterfront Festival (Barrie) (Free Admission)
Heritage Park
5 Simcoe St.
Barrie, ON

Annual spring line-up will present live bands from a variety of genres. For your added enjoyment, free outdoor entertainment will be brought to the table: street buskers, a midway with rides, face painting, street vendors, fresh food, treats, contests and food trucks.

Don’t miss this weekend with your family; eat, drink and have fun while sharing in Barrie’s terrific community spirit.
Event Time: Friday: 5pm – 10pm; Saturday: Noon – 10pm; Sunday: Noon – 6pm
Admission: Free

www.barriewaterfront.ca


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**SUNDAY, MAY 28,  2017**

*Jungle Gym (Vaughan)
JCC -Schwartz/Reisman Centre
9600 Bathurst Street
(Bathurst & Rutherford)
Vaughan, ON

DROP-IN PROGRAM

Age Recommended: 0-5 Years
Non-Member Fee: $5.00

Circle Time, Story Time, and playing in the gym with toys and games.
•Please call prior to confirm they are running the program.

905-303-1821

*Geofest at Kortright (Vaughan)
Kortright Centre for Conservation
9550 Pine Valley Drive
Woodbridge, ON

Meet other geocachers, find hidden geocaches on the Kortright property. Also enjoy a beginner GPS workshop and more.
Space is limited and advanced reservations are required.
Adults $6.50 and seniors $5.50. Children 15 and under are free. Parking is $4.00.

http://www.kortright.org

*Ribfest (Newmarket)
213 Harry Walker Parkway South
Newmarket, ON

The Rib Fest Experience
Northern Heat Rib Series events are fun for a group of friends or the whole family. With events across Southern Ontario, you can always rely on us to bring you the BEST BBQ and food festival experience!
NEW for 2017 is our Craft Beer Market which features some of Ontario’s top craft brewers: Flying Monkeys, Barnstormer Brewing, Iconic Brewing, Highlander Brewing, Naughty Otter, Beaus Brewing + MORE
BEST BBQ in CANADA + LIVE MUSIC + CRAFT BEER MARKET + CARNIVAL GAMES + FOOD/DESSERT VENDORS + FREE ADMISSION!

northernheatribseries.ca

*April Weekends (Scarborough)
12pm-4pm
Scarborough Museum
1007 Brimley Road
Scarborough, ON

Tea time? Yes please. Pop up tea parties on the lawn as well as fun historic tea facts highlighted all month long.

Admission is Pay What You Can

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

*Doors Open (North York) (FREE)
Black Creek Pioneer Village
1000 Murray Ross Parkway
Toronto, ON

In partnership with Doors Open presented by Great Gulf you can come and enjoy a look behind some of the oldest doors in Toronto!

www.blackcreek.ca

*Doors Open (Toronto) (FREE)
Multiple Locations
Toronto, ON

The 18th annual Doors Open Toronto presented by Great Gulf returns on May 27 and 28, 2017. This year’s theme is “15 Decades of Canadian Architecture”, in honour of Canada’s 150th birthday.
Doors Open Toronto features 150 buildings representing each decade since the 1860s, as well as a collection of buildings from the pre-Confederation era. The theme shines light on the evolution of Canadian architecture, with a special focus on Centennial-period buildings and architects from the 1960s.
An exciting program of free Walking Tours will reference the stories and history of Toronto’s many neighbourhoods, both in a historical and a contemporary sense. Other offerings in this year’s Doors Open Toronto include the “OpenInsights” speaker series, with talks on topics such as the identity of current Canadian architecture, as well as special programs and more than 40 new participants in the building lineup.

http://www.toronto.ca/doorsopen

*Doors Open High Park Nature Centre (Toronto) (FREE)
10am-5pm
High Park Nature Centre
375 Colborne Lodge Drive
Toronto, ON

Join us during Doors Open Toronto! Explore the fascinating history and architecture of the Forest School on a self-guided tour. High Park Nature Centre staff will be available to answer any questions about the heritage building, or the centre’s programming. The Nature Centre’s outdoor classroom will also be open for tours, and participants can plant a native species to help the teaching garden grow!
The event runs from 10am – 5pm both days, last admittance is at 4:30pm.

www.highparknaturecentre.com

*Barbados on the Water (Toronto)
Harbourfront
235 Queens Quay
Toronto, ON

Harbourfront Centre celebrates Barbados’ Salute to Canada’s 150th with the largest festival of Barbadian culture in Canada!
This year, celebrate Canada with music, fashion, literary events and children’s activities – all for free. Don’t miss the rum tasting and plenty of music to dance the night away!

http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/festivals/barbadosonthewater/index.cfm

*WOOFSTOCK (Toronto)
10am-6pm
Woodbine Park
Coxwell & Eastern Ave
Toronto, ON

Woofstock is the largest outdoor festival for dogs in North America.

www.woofstock.ca

*North East Fair (Oakville)
11am-5pm
1051 Glenashton Blvd
Oakville, ON

The 2nd Annual Fair in North East Oakville for all ages where the games and activities are Free!
Sunday, May 28, 2017, from 11am – 5 pm at Glenashton Park beside Iroquois Ridge Recreation Centre
REMAX Balloon, mechanical bull, photo booth, Oakville hydro bucket rides, glitter tattoos & face painting, bouncy castles, mini golf, radar baseball, games, community sponsors, food trucks and a lot more fun!!

www.northeastoakvillefair.com

*Mutt Strutt Fair (Milton)
10am-2pm
Victoria Park Square , next to Town Hall, Downtown Milton
100 Mary Street
Milton, ON

Join us for the annual Milton Mutt Strutt & Spring Fair in support of The Oakville Milton Humane Society. This years event will be held in the beautiful Victoria Park Square in Downtown Milton. The day will include a pledged walk for the animals,( please go to www.omhs.ca to register for the walk) a popular Silent Auction, Vendor Marketplace, Dog Agility demonstrations, and lots of FREE FUN for the entire family!!
* rain or shine
* FREE event no ticket required
* Dogs welcome – must be on leash
* Family fun
* To participate in walk please register on line www.omhs.ca

www.omhs.ca

•Carassauga (Mississauga)
Streetsville Legion – Streetsville Overseas Veterans’ Club RCL Branch 139
101 Church Street,
Mississauga, ON

For kids & the whole family: Little Buckaroos, Hockey Circus, Captain Canuck
Kitchen Party Band: The Screeched Inn
Tribute Band: The Summer of 69
Our Co-Host: Heritage Mississauga

All weekend long: Live Music, Historical Re-Enactments, Traditional Dance, Heritage Exhibits,
Storytelling, Costume displays, Food & Craft vendors, Kids Activities
Great food & drinks at the Coast to Coast sampler featuring
Alberta Beef, Bannock, Butter Tarts, Maple treats, Poutine, Jiggs Dinner,
A great picnic area & patio , with a beer tent/cash bar, our air conditioned Club Room and much much more!
Advance tickets available at the Clubroom Bar or see http://www.carassauga.com/visitorinformation/buy-passport/

www.streetsvillelegion.ca

*Magical Beasts Party
12pm-3pm
Boston Pizza Ajax
8 Salem Rd. S.
Ajax, ON

Come and find out where the Magical Beasts are on our 150″ TV.
MEET A MAGICIAN!! Make your own wand!! Reserve your spot today

ajaxbostonpizzacrc@gmail.com

*Waterfront Festival (Barrie) (Free Admission)
Heritage Park
5 Simcoe St.
Barrie, ON

Annual spring line-up will present live bands from a variety of genres. For your added enjoyment, free outdoor entertainment will be brought to the table: street buskers, a midway with rides, face painting, street vendors, fresh food, treats, contests and food trucks.

Don’t miss this weekend with your family; eat, drink and have fun while sharing in Barrie’s terrific community spirit.
Event Time: Friday: 5pm – 10pm; Saturday: Noon – 10pm; Sunday: Noon – 6pm
Admission: Free

www.barriewaterfront.ca


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