MAY LONG WEEKEND EVENTS 2018

MAY LONG WEEKEND EVENTS 2018


I want to wish everyone a safe, healthy, and happy long weekend!!!
Entertain Kids On A Dime is not responsible for any events listed below. All events can be cancelled or changed at any time. 


**SATURDAY,  MAY 19, 2018**

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

Movie: Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle

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

*International Museum Day (Stouffville) (Free Admission)
12pm-4pm
Stouffville Museum
14732 Woodbine Avenue
Gormley, ON

Learn about all the facility has to offer – rentals, summer camps, exhibits, and other events and programs.

http://www.townofws.ca/en/explore/museum-special-events.aspx

*May Weekends (Scarborough)
Scarborough Museum
1007 Brimley Road
Scarborough, ON

Tea brings people together, and Scarborough Museum wants to share this tradition with you! Come in and try savoury scones baked over the open fire, with a cup tea. For Mother’s Day let mom have a break with these delicious treats, while kids make a Mother’s Day card and try their hand at a paper tea cup craft. It’s high time for tea time all May long at Scarborough Museum!

Admission is pay what you can.

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

*Guided Hikes (Scarborough) (FREE)
Rouge National Urban Park – Parks Canada
Meadowvale Road
Scarborough, ON

Join us to discover the park’s natural, cultural and agricultural stories with our friendly and fun Parks Canada volunteer leaders and staff. We have something for everyone, if you are looking for wildlife sightings, quiet nature walks, discovering the past, fitness challenges or just to meet new people!
Various dates. See website for schedule.

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/rouge/activ/guide/201805-mai-may

*Rib & Craft Beer Fest (Toronto) (Free Admission)
10am-10pm
Yonge-Dundas Square
1 Dundas Street East
Toronto, ON

The Rib & Craft Beer Fest, on at Yonge & Dundas Square, will feature the best rib teams in Canada along with amazing craft beer vendors.A massive Backyard BBQ is the best way to celebrate BBQ Month – if you can BBQ it, you can eat it at Rib Fest.

Ribbers:
Kentucky Smokehouse, New York BBQ, Oak & Barrel, Louisiana BBQ,

Foods:
Funnel Cakes, Blooming Onions, Ice Cream, Poutine, Burgers/Sausages, Deep Fried Treats, Jerk Brothers, Jolly Rancher Slushies, Fresh Squeezed Lemonade & more
Live music all weekend as well as line dancing lessons, cooking lessons, contest and face painting.

https://www.toronto.com/events/rib-craft-beer-fest/

*Junior at Harbourfront (Toronto) (FREE)
Harbourfront
235 Queens Quay
Toronto, ON

This spring, Junior, Harbourfront Centre’s new international children’s festival brings together leading contemporary artists to challenge and animate young minds. Productions from as far away as Australia and Norway to as near as Québec and the Mohawk Nation of Kanawake, take on the challenging questions facing youth today.

These acclaimed performances are the perfect opportunity for youth to explore identity, growth, belonging and transformation. Fun for the whole family continues throughout the long weekend with free and ticketed activities like circus, storytelling, music as well as great food!

http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/junior/?ref=home

*The Birds Are Back In Town (Toronto)
1:30pm-3pm
High Park Nature Centre
375 Colborne Lodge Dr

It’s been a long journey but High Park’s migrating birds are back in full force! Come hike through the woods to listen and look for our feathered friends.

Suggested donation of $2-$5 per person.

http://www.highparknaturecentre.com

*Ontario Place Opens (Toronto) (Free Admission)
10am-11pm
Ontario Place
Toronto, ON

The summer of 2018 at Ontario Place will usher in an era of ‘fun in the sun’. Toronto’s favourite destination for exploration and leisure activities is bringing its A-Game this summer with a variety of sport and recreational activities. Recreational activities and snack bars will be operational on weekends starting May 19th (Victoria Day weekend) and will move to daily operations June 30th (Canada Day weekend).

PARK ADMISSION IS FREE! (Please note rental prices will apply to some activities and tickets must be purchased for Cinesphere screenings)

10:00am – 11:00pm
BEACH VOLLEYBALL (Echo Beach): Four full sized beach volleyball courts will be available at Echo Beach. Bring your own volleyball or rentals will be available onsite.
PING PONG (Waterfront Trail): Three brand-new Cornilleau 510M Outdoor tables will be located just steps from the VISTA snack bar. Paddle sets (including a ping pong ball) rental info coming soon.
TABLE CHESS (Waterfront Trail): Why not spend some time by the waterfront at one of the four new permanent chess tables. Didn’t pack your chess set for today’s adventure? Chess Sets will be available for rent at the Vista, located by the chess tables.

10:00am – 11:00am
YOGA (Trillium Park): Details TBC

11:00am – 11:00pm
IMAGINATION PLAYGROUND™ (Trillium Park Pavilion): Children of all ages will enjoy these uniquely shaped foam blocks to create their own play space. This play area will be located in Trillium Park next to the Pavilion on Saturdays and Sundays. This activity is FREE.
CONNECT 4 (Trillium Park Pavilion): Fun for all ages! Strategy, skill and of course a bit of luck combine to make this giant version of the smaller well known Connect 4 game. Located in Trillium Park next to the Pavilion on Saturdays and Sundays. This activity is FREE.
LIFE SIZE CHESS: Build your mind and build some muscles! Try the MegaChess game located by the ping pong tables. This activity is FREE.

12:00 – 11:00pm
SYNTHETIC ICE SKATING (Helipad): Experience skating at Toronto’s only outdoor summer skating rink! Synthetic ice rinks are built from a solid polymer material, therefore are not weather dependent. The rink is located on the Helipad and will include skate rentals and sharpening facilities.

1:00 – 4:00pm
Dougie Boom (Trillium Park Pavilion)
Dougie Boom has been a staple of the Toronto dj scene throughout his career. Having held residency throughout Toronto from Yorkville to Kensington Market, he can play to any crowd. He is also known for his classic rock, cottage-themed mix series: Dougie Boom’s Cottage Country Mix.

2:00 – 3:30pm
EDUCATIONAL WALKING TOUR (Exhibition Go Station Main Entrance): This educational walking tour presented in partnership with Exhibition Place and Steve Collie outlines the past, the present and the future of Ontario Place. Guests will meet at Exhibition Go Station Main Entrance (look for the portable speaker) and end in our Trillium Park. Explore our rich history including the Wilderness Adventure Log Ride, The Forum, revisit Cinesphere and get a glimpse of our future summer plans (and beyond)! The tour will also delve into Exhibition Place highlights, including the brand new Hotel X Toronto. This activity is FREE!

3:00 – 11:00pm
Bonfire (Trillium Park Bonfire Pit)

6:00 – 7:30pm
Brenda MacIntyre – Medicine Song Woman – Songs and Story Telling (Trillium Park Bonfire Pit)
Medicine Song Woman Brenda MacIntyre, author of the Medicine Song Oracle Cards™, is a Juno Award-winning singer, speaker and indigenous wisdom-keeper. Brenda has been featured on MuchMusic, Global Television and across North America. She helps women to stop holding back and discover the power of their voice, gifts and life journey.

7:00 – 9:00pm
Dark Knight: The IMAX Experience (Cinesphere) (EXTRA CHARGE)
Showtimes: May 18 – 21 at 7:00pm
Visit our website for tickets: http://bit.ly/2eUQP5u

7:30 – 9:00pm
Moskitto BAR (Trillium Park Bonfire Pit)
Moskitto Bar is an apt metaphor for a city like Toronto, and of the magic that ensues when artists from different traditions — in this case, French, Iraqi, Algerian, and Ukrainian — come together in new contexts. What is created is not only a new form of expression, but also evidence of what unites us. Moskitto Bar is a musical journey from Brittany, France to Bagdad, Iraq with a few stops in Ukraine and the Balkans.

There will be several food and beverage options throughout the day including our own Vista and Fork in the Road snack bars as well as Happy Pops and food trucks (details TBC).

http://ontarioplace.com/en/whatson

*Art Fest (Toronto) (Free Admission)
11am-6pm
Distillery Historic Distrct
55 Mill Street
Toronto, ON

Artfest Toronto at the Distillery
Artfest Toronto hosts 2 outdoor art and craft shows. Celebrating painting, photography, sculpture, fine craft, live music and more from Canada’s top artists. Set throughout the cobblestone lanes of the Distillery Historic District in downtown Toronto. FREE admission
Artfest Kids: free art workshops all weekend

http://www.artfestontario.com/toronto

*Sunday’s at Westfield (Hamilton)
12:30pm-4pm
Westfield Heritage Village
1049 Kirkwall Road
Rockton, ON

Every Sunday and public holiday from March to the end of October you can immerse yourself in Westfield’s unique historic setting. Authentically costumed volunteers will take you back to earlier times and places through fun and educational demonstrations and activities. Westfield has more than thirty-five historical buildings to visit, including log homes, a one room schoolhouse, railway station, print shop, inn and cabinetmaker’s shop. Step up to the counter at the General Store for sweet treats and stop by the Gift Shop for unique finds.
You can also enjoy Westfield’s trails and natural areas, set on 500 beautiful acres.
For more information visit our website.

Admission: $11

www.westfieldheritage.ca

*May Long Weekend (Collingwood)
Blue Mountain Village
156 Jozo Weider Blvd
The Blue Mountains, ON

Kick off summer in style with a circus tent, live music, kids’ entertainment and hiking all weekend. Challenge yourself to Rusty’s famous rib eating contest and celebrate after with FIREWORKS!

http://bluemountainvillage.ca/events/2018/may-long-weekend

 

 



**SUNDAY, MAY 20, 2018**

*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

*Moonlight Movie (Newmarket)
8:45pm-11pm
Newmarket Riverwalk Commons
200 Doug Duncan Dr.
Newmarket, ON

Enjoy a movie under the stars on a large inflatable screen at Newmarket’s Riverwalk Commons (200 Doug Duncan Drive) at dusk – approximately 8:45 p.m. The movie featured will be “Trolls”. Don’t forget to bring a snack, lawn chair and blanket. Free popcorn will be provided by the Newmarket Scouts. In the case of inclement weather, the movie will be relocated indoors to the Newmarket Community Centre and Lions Hall (200 Doug Duncan Drive).

Enjoy an outdoor movie on a huge inflatable screen under the stars. Don’t forget to bring a lawn chair, blanket and snack to enjoy during the movie. Free popcorn will be provided by the Newmarket Scouts. Movie titles and locations will be revealed online closer to the date of the event. All movies will begin at dusk.

http://www.newmarket.ca/ThingsToDo/Pages/Recreation%20and%20Culture/Events/Moonlight-Movies.aspx

*International Museum Day (Markham) (FREE)
12pm-4pm
Markham Museum
9350 Markham Rd.
Markham, ON

Take this opportunity to visit the Museum, participate in our family drop-in activities and enjoy our current exhibitions. Learn to Camp with Parks Canada staff, and participate in a variety of nature themed activities.

http://www.markham.ca

*May Weekends (Scarborough)
Scarborough Museum
1007 Brimley Road
Scarborough, ON

Tea brings people together, and Scarborough Museum wants to share this tradition with you! Come in and try savoury scones baked over the open fire, with a cup tea. For Mother’s Day let mom have a break with these delicious treats, while kids make a Mother’s Day card and try their hand at a paper tea cup craft. It’s high time for tea time all May long at Scarborough Museum!

Admission is pay what you can.

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

 

*Guided Hikes (Scarborough) (FREE)
Rouge National Urban Park – Parks Canada
Meadowvale Road
Scarborough, ON

Join us to discover the park’s natural, cultural and agricultural stories with our friendly and fun Parks Canada volunteer leaders and staff. We have something for everyone, if you are looking for wildlife sightings, quiet nature walks, discovering the past, fitness challenges or just to meet new people!
Various dates. See website for schedule.

https://www.pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/rouge/activ/guide/201805-mai-may

*Junior at Harbourfront (Toronto) (FREE)
Harbourfront
235 Queens Quay
Toronto, ON

This spring, Junior, Harbourfront Centre’s new international children’s festival brings together leading contemporary artists to challenge and animate young minds. Productions from as far away as Australia and Norway to as near as Québec and the Mohawk Nation of Kanawake, take on the challenging questions facing youth today.

These acclaimed performances are the perfect opportunity for youth to explore identity, growth, belonging and transformation. Fun for the whole family continues throughout the long weekend with free and ticketed activities like circus, storytelling, music as well as great food!

http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/junior/?ref=home

*Art Fest (Toronto) (Free Admission)
11am-6pm
Distillery Historic Distrct
55 Mill Street
Toronto, ON

Artfest Toronto at the Distillery
Artfest Toronto hosts 2 outdoor art and craft shows. Celebrating painting, photography, sculpture, fine craft, live music and more from Canada’s top artists. Set throughout the cobblestone lanes of the Distillery Historic District in downtown Toronto. FREE admission
Artfest Kids: free art workshops all weekend

http://www.artfestontario.com/toronto

*Ontario Place Opens (Toronto) (Free Admission)
10am-11pm
Ontario Place
Toronto, ON

The summer of 2018 at Ontario Place will usher in an era of ‘fun in the sun’. Toronto’s favourite destination for exploration and leisure activities is bringing its A-Game this summer with a variety of sport and recreational activities. Recreational activities and snack bars will be operational on weekends starting May 19th (Victoria Day weekend) and will move to daily operations June 30th (Canada Day weekend).

PARK ADMISSION IS FREE! (Please note rental prices will apply to some activities and tickets must be purchased for Cinesphere screenings)

10:00am – 11:00pm
BEACH VOLLEYBALL (Echo Beach): Four full sized beach volleyball courts will be available at Echo Beach. Bring your own volleyball or rentals will be available onsite.
PING PONG (Waterfront Trail): Three brand-new Cornilleau 510M Outdoor tables will be located just steps from the VISTA snack bar. Paddle sets (including a ping pong ball) rental info coming soon.
TABLE CHESS (Waterfront Trail): Why not spend some time by the waterfront at one of the four new permanent chess tables. Didn’t pack your chess set for today’s adventure? Chess Sets will be available for rent at the Vista, located by the chess tables.

10:00am – 11:00am
YOGA (Trillium Park): Details TBC

11:00am – 11:00pm
IMAGINATION PLAYGROUND™ (Trillium Park Pavilion): Children of all ages will enjoy these uniquely shaped foam blocks to create their own play space. This play area will be located in Trillium Park next to the Pavilion on Saturdays and Sundays. This activity is FREE.
CONNECT 4 (Trillium Park Pavilion): Fun for all ages! Strategy, skill and of course a bit of luck combine to make this giant version of the smaller well known Connect 4 game. Located in Trillium Park next to the Pavilion on Saturdays and Sundays. This activity is FREE.
LIFE SIZE CHESS: Build your mind and build some muscles! Try the MegaChess game located by the ping pong tables. This activity is FREE.

12:00 – 11:00pm
SYNTHETIC ICE SKATING (Helipad): Experience skating at Toronto’s only outdoor summer skating rink! Synthetic ice rinks are built from a solid polymer material, therefore are not weather dependent. The rink is located on the Helipad and will include skate rentals and sharpening facilities.

1:00 – 4:00pm
Dougie Boom (Trillium Park Pavilion)
Dougie Boom has been a staple of the Toronto dj scene throughout his career. Having held residency throughout Toronto from Yorkville to Kensington Market, he can play to any crowd. He is also known for his classic rock, cottage-themed mix series: Dougie Boom’s Cottage Country Mix.

2:00 – 3:30pm
EDUCATIONAL WALKING TOUR (Exhibition Go Station Main Entrance): This educational walking tour presented in partnership with Exhibition Place and Steve Collie outlines the past, the present and the future of Ontario Place. Guests will meet at Exhibition Go Station Main Entrance (look for the portable speaker) and end in our Trillium Park. Explore our rich history including the Wilderness Adventure Log Ride, The Forum, revisit Cinesphere and get a glimpse of our future summer plans (and beyond)! The tour will also delve into Exhibition Place highlights, including the brand new Hotel X Toronto. This activity is FREE!

3:00 – 11:00pm
Bonfire (Trillium Park Bonfire Pit)

6:00 – 7:30pm
Brenda MacIntyre – Medicine Song Woman – Songs and Story Telling (Trillium Park Bonfire Pit)
Medicine Song Woman Brenda MacIntyre, author of the Medicine Song Oracle Cards™, is a Juno Award-winning singer, speaker and indigenous wisdom-keeper. Brenda has been featured on MuchMusic, Global Television and across North America. She helps women to stop holding back and discover the power of their voice, gifts and life journey.

7:00 – 9:00pm
Dark Knight: The IMAX Experience (Cinesphere) (EXTRA CHARGE)
Showtimes: May 18 – 21 at 7:00pm
Visit our website for tickets: http://bit.ly/2eUQP5u

7:30 – 9:00pm
Moskitto BAR (Trillium Park Bonfire Pit)
Moskitto Bar is an apt metaphor for a city like Toronto, and of the magic that ensues when artists from different traditions — in this case, French, Iraqi, Algerian, and Ukrainian — come together in new contexts. What is created is not only a new form of expression, but also evidence of what unites us. Moskitto Bar is a musical journey from Brittany, France to Bagdad, Iraq with a few stops in Ukraine and the Balkans.

There will be several food and beverage options throughout the day including our own Vista and Fork in the Road snack bars as well as Happy Pops and food trucks (details TBC).

http://ontarioplace.com/en/whatson

*Rib & Craft Beer Fest (Toronto) (Free Admission)
10am-10pm
Yonge-Dundas Square
1 Dundas Street East
Toronto, ON

The Rib & Craft Beer Fest, on at Yonge & Dundas Square, will feature the best rib teams in Canada along with amazing craft beer vendors.A massive Backyard BBQ is the best way to celebrate BBQ Month – if you can BBQ it, you can eat it at Rib Fest.

Ribbers:
Kentucky Smokehouse, New York BBQ, Oak & Barrel, Louisiana BBQ,

Foods:
Funnel Cakes, Blooming Onions, Ice Cream, Poutine, Burgers/Sausages, Deep Fried Treats, Jerk Brothers, Jolly Rancher Slushies, Fresh Squeezed Lemonade & more
Live music all weekend as well as line dancing lessons, cooking lessons, contest and face painting.

https://www.toronto.com/events/rib-craft-beer-fest/

*Victoria Day Fireworks (Hamilton)
6pm-11pm
Dundas Driving Park
71 Cross Street
Dundas, ON

The Dundas Valley Sunrise Rotary Club and the City of Hamilton are pleased to present Victoria Day Fireworks at the Dundas Driving Park.
Live music and food trucks will be on site starting at 6 pm, with a professional fireworks display beginning at 9:30 pm.

Rain date is May 21, 2018

https://www.hamilton.ca/attractions/events-calendar/victoria-day-fireworks

*May Long Weekend (Collingwood)
Blue Mountain Village
156 Jozo Weider Blvd
The Blue Mountains, ON

Kick off summer in style with a circus tent, live music, kids’ entertainment and hiking all weekend. Challenge yourself to Rusty’s famous rib eating contest and celebrate after with FIREWORKS!

http://bluemountainvillage.ca/events/2018/may-long-weekend

 

 



**MONDAY, MAY 21, 2018**

*Nobelton Fair & Fireworks (King City) (FREE)
11am-12am
Nobelton Arena
15 Old King Road
King, ON

Victoria Day celebrations in Nobleton, which include a parade, food, vendors, entertainment, vintage cars, games and more. Fireworks at dusk.

https://www.yorkregion.com/events/8598885–nobleton-victoria-day-celebrations/

*Fireworks & Family Fun (Stouffville) (FREE)
8pm-10pm
Memorial Park
Stouffville, ON

Admission is free.

Hot dogs, hamburgers and soft drinks will be available for purchase, with the proceeds going to the Ballantrae and District Lions Club.
Check the link below for parking details.

https://www.todocanada.ca/city/toronto/event/victoria-day-fireworks/

*Junior at Harbourfront (Toronto) (FREE)
Harbourfront
235 Queens Quay
Toronto, ON

This spring, Junior, Harbourfront Centre’s new international children’s festival brings together leading contemporary artists to challenge and animate young minds. Productions from as far away as Australia and Norway to as near as Québec and the Mohawk Nation of Kanawake, take on the challenging questions facing youth today.

These acclaimed performances are the perfect opportunity for youth to explore identity, growth, belonging and transformation. Fun for the whole family continues throughout the long weekend with free and ticketed activities like circus, storytelling, music as well as great food!

http://www.harbourfrontcentre.com/junior/?ref=home

*Art Fest (Toronto) (Free Admission)
11am-6pm
Distillery Historic Distrct
55 Mill Street
Toronto, ON

Artfest Toronto at the Distillery
Artfest Toronto hosts 2 outdoor art and craft shows. Celebrating painting, photography, sculpture, fine craft, live music and more from Canada’s top artists. Set throughout the cobblestone lanes of the Distillery Historic District in downtown Toronto. FREE admission
Artfest Kids: free art workshops all weekend

http://www.artfestontario.com/toronto

*Rib & Craft Beer Fest (Toronto) (Free Admission)
10am-10pm
Yonge-Dundas Square
1 Dundas Street East
Toronto, ON

The Rib & Craft Beer Fest, on at Yonge & Dundas Square, will feature the best rib teams in Canada along with amazing craft beer vendors.A massive Backyard BBQ is the best way to celebrate BBQ Month – if you can BBQ it, you can eat it at Rib Fest.

Ribbers:
Kentucky Smokehouse, New York BBQ, Oak & Barrel, Louisiana BBQ,

Foods:
Funnel Cakes, Blooming Onions, Ice Cream, Poutine, Burgers/Sausages, Deep Fried Treats, Jerk Brothers, Jolly Rancher Slushies, Fresh Squeezed Lemonade & more
Live music all weekend as well as line dancing lessons, cooking lessons, contest and face painting.

https://www.toronto.com/events/rib-craft-beer-fest/

*Fire Works (Toronto) (FREE)
Dusk to 10pm
Ash Bridge’s Bay Park
1561 Lake Shore Blvd. East
Toronto, On

Come enjoy the end of the first long weekend of summer at Ashbridges Bay Park. Celebrate Victoria Day with a dazzling display of pyrotechnics that will definitely impress. The show will feature about 2,000 fireworks, with a spectacular finale.

https://www.toronto.com/events/victoria-day-fireworks-at-ashbridges-bay

*Spring Time on the Farm Event (Oakville)
10am-4pm
Bronte Creek Park
1219 Burloak Drive
Oakville, Ontario

Celebrate spring the historical way on Victoria Day! Our Spring Time on the Farm event runs from 10pm to 4pm at our Spruce Lane Farmhouse and the surrounding farm. Experience historical demonstrations, hands-on activities, Victorian games, farm animals and more! Children 10 and under will not want to leave the park without a visit to the Children’s Farm and Playbarn. No additional cost other than regular park admission fee.

Park Admission Fees
Daily Vehicle Permit: $17.00

http://www.brontecreek.org/index.php/the-park/featured-events/spring-thyme.html

*Pep Rally (Mississauga) (Free Admission)
12pm-4pm
Celebration Square
Mississauga, ON

Imagination comes to life this Victoria Day at Celebration Square. Kids of all ages can live out their wildest dreams at this larger-than-life event for the whole family.

There’s lots to do, including:
Step on up to the podium and take your turn to conduct an orchestra.
Keep the dancefloor jumping by playing DJ for our silent disco.
Put on a costume and play all afternoon in our tiny town.
See the world from inside a giant bubble at a bubble show.
Cool down in the City’s biggest splash pad.
Take in a story in the shade of the giant book on the Square.

https://culture.mississauga.ca/event/celebration-square/pep-rally

Long Weekend (Collingwood)
Blue Mountain Village
156 Jozo Weider Blvd
The Blue Mountains, ON

Kick off summer in style with a circus tent, live music, kids’ entertainment and hiking all weekend. Challenge yourself to Rusty’s famous rib eating contest and celebrate after with FIREWORKS!

http://bluemountainvillage.ca/events/2018/may-long-weekend

 


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