Canada Day Weekend 2017

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Schools Out Everyone!

This calendar is going to kick off a wonderful summer. There is a ton of things to do to celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday! Most of the events are put on by the City and free to attend. You would just need to buy your food.

I hope everyone has a safe and happy weekend!

Jen


 

Hosting A Backyard Party? 

Rent out the Jumping castle for as low as $129.99!!!

Check out the inflatables and party rentals at Aeroinflatables.

Call them now for more information. 416 371 7532

www.aeroinflatables.com

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AHOY MATEYS!

Entertain Kids On A Dime is going on a 7 Night Disney Cruise on October 14th out of New York City! 

Want to learn more on how you can join us?

Please Click HERE

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Are you looking for a fun, private Camp that has tons of activities for your Children?

If you are in the Vaughan or GTA area, I highly recommend Richmond Hill Country Club Day Camp. They are located at Bathurst & 407, but also have a busing service.

The Camp is located in the back of the Country Club surrounding beautiful greenery. The kids get to swim twice a day. They will have morning instructional swim in the outdoor pool, and afternoon free play swim in the indoor Pool.  Your kids may even pass their swim level while at Camp! Activities are run both inside the Country Club and outdoors in the back. 

The Camp offers activities such as: Sports, Beading, Arts And Crafts, Cooking, Whimz Animals, Karate, Chamelea Science, Dance, Music, Drama, and more! Each week the kids have dress up days and on Fridays they do fun themed activities like a Carnival Day or  a Deejay Dance Party with Bounce Entertainment. 

You can book as low as 2 week sessions up to 2 months!

Give them a call for more information.  (905) 731-2800 (Ask to be connected with the Camp Office).

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**FRIDAY, June 30, 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

*Canada Day At Nathan Philips Square (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Nathan Phillips Square
100 QUEEN ST W
Toronto, ON

Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday at Canada Days at Nathan Phillips Square!
From June 30 to July 3, Canada Days at Nathan Phillips Square will bring Canada’s rich cultural fabric to life through an incredible mix of music, dance, circus, and street arts.
The dynamic music program features two stages showcasing current urban, indie, roots, pop and world music by emerging and established artists from across the city, all regions of the country, and around the world – reflecting Toronto’s kaleidoscopic character, cultural diversity and creative energy.
A hospitality area offering food and beverage will be available for the public throughout the day. A nightly fireworks show will end the evening at 10:55 pm.

http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=bdf14fbb2b28b510VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD

*Heritage Ontario Festival (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Ontario Place
955 Lake Shore Blvd. West
Toronto, ON

The Heritage Ontario festival lets you delve into our past and gaze into our future.
This free admission 4-day Ontario150 festival will celebrate Ontario’s vast multicultural history with lots of heritage activities, food, drinks and entertainment.
Join us Canada Day long weekend and show off your provincial pride!
June 30 – July 3
Ontario Place, West Island

June 30 (Opening Day): 3pm – 11pm
July 1: 10am – 1130pm
July 2: 10am – 1130pm
July 3: 10am – 8pm

www.ontarioplace.com

*Ribfest Festival (Toronto)
11am-11pm
Centennial Park
256 Centennial Park Rd.
Toronto, ON

100% charity fundraiser. 100% volunteers. Help Rotary reach our goal of $500K for the community.
Enjoy fabulous food, attractions your whole family can enjoy, great music, a Kidz Zone, a massive Midway, entertainment on three professional stages and lots more.

http://www.torontoribfest.com

*Community BBQ (Ajax)
5pm-9pm
Ajax Downs
380 Kingston Road East
Ajax, ON

Please join MP Mark Holland and MPP Joe Dickson of Ajax as they host their annual FREE Community BBQ at Ajax Downs. Featuring entertainment by Ajax singing sensation Quinn Mills, Rick and Terri back again this year and Dance Inc. and Dance Experience kickin’ it. Enjoy FREE hamburgers, hot dogs, with a halal option and veggie burgers.

ajaxhomeweek.com

*Promenade Days & Canada Day Festivities (Barrie) (Free Admission)
Various Locations in Downtown Barrie
Barrie, ON
View on Google Maps

Enjoy Downtown Barrie’s long standing Canada Day family weekend! Featuring live entertainment, children’s activities, street performers, patios, food, and fun. Downtown merchants showcase their fantastic products at the street market.
Show Times: 10am – 7pm (Street Market)

http://downtownbarrie.ca/events/


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**SATURDAY, July 1,  2017**

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

Movie: Back To The Future

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

*Canada Day (Vaughan) (Free Admission)
12pm-10pm
Boyd Conservation Area
8739 Islington Avenue
Vaughan, ON

This fun-filled event features FREE admission, activities and entertainment for the whole family including live performances on our headline stage, midway rides & inflatables, face painting, arts and crafts, a food zone, business zone, a laser show, and much more!
Check out all the fun in our Canada Day brochure!

Be Part of the Excitement!
As a part of our exciting and expanded programming for this extra special Canada Day 150 celebration, the addition of a Business Zone and Food Zone representing a variety of exhibitors and offering an exceptional opportunity from business exposure to networking is now open for registration!

https://www.vaughan.ca/events/canada_day_celebration/Pages/default.aspx

*Canada Day (Richmond Hill) (Free Admission)
11am-11pm
Richmond Green Sports Centre and Park
1300 Elgin Mills Road East
Richmond Hill, ON

Richmond Hill’s Canada Day celebrations dazzles thousands of residents every year with an exciting day full of live entertainment, food & beverage vendors, a beer garden, children’s village and teen zone, a marketplace, artist exhibit, midway, and one of the largest municipal fireworks displays in the Region!

https://www.richmondhill.ca/en/things-to-do/canada-day.aspx

*Canada Day (Aurora) (Free Admission)
Various locations in Aurora
Aurora, ON

The Town of Aurora offers many activities for families to participate in as they Celebrate Canada’s Birthday. Registration forms for the Aurora’s Canada Day Parade, Aurora’s Community Zone and Aurora’s Teen Idol are currently being accepted.
Enjoy family oriented activities, live entertainment, fireworks and much more.

http://www.aurora.ca/canadaday

*Kanata Summer Festival (Newmarket) (Free Admission)
200 Doug Duncan Drive
Newmarket, ON

Join the fun at Canada’s 150 birthday with neighbours, family, and friends. Enjoy the vendors and stage entertainment at the Newmarket Farmer’s Market at Riverwalk Commons in addition to the pancake breakfast ($4/serving) presented by the Newmarket Car Club from 8 a.m. to Noon.
At Fairy Lake Park, enjoy entertainment for all ages. Children can enjoy rides on the ferris wheel and merry-go-round, rock climbing wall, face painting, inflatables, balloon twists and more. Other entertainment suitable for all ages includes BMX stunt show, live musical performance by Summer of 69′ (tribute to Bryan Adams) and Bon Jovi Forever (salute to Bon Jovi), beer garden presented by the North Newmarket Lions (for adults 19+ years with photo ID) and much more.
Admission to the event is free although some activities have a nominal charge.

http://www.newmarket.ca/ThingsToDo/Pages/Recreation%20and%20Culture/Events/Canada%20Day.aspx

*Strawberry Festival (Stouffville)
9am-4pm
Stouffville Strawberry Festival
Stouffville Memorial Park
Stouffville, ON

Every year our festival attracts more than 30,000 people, who come to enjoy all of the fun, food and entertainment! The Festival Market is a highlight as vendors line the streets with crafts, food and wares. This year we have two full days of Festival Market on July 1st and 2nd.

http://www.strawberryfestival.ca

*Canada’s 150 Birthday (Markham)
12pm-5pm
Pride of Canada Carousel
8080 Birchmount Rd
Unionville, ON

What can be more Canadian than spending the 150th Birthday of Canada on the Pride of Canada Carousel which has 44 unique characters portraying Canadian animals, culture and history. Join in on the fun happening in downtown Markham including free face painting and balloon twisting activities.

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*Downsview Park Canada Day Festival (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Downsview Park
John Drury Dr & Carl Hall Rd.
North York, ON

Join us on Canada Day as we celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday, Downsview Park-style!
Invite your family and friends to partake in an action-packed day of festivities with rides, food, music, entertainment and of course, a grand fireworks display at dusk to end the day.

http://en.downsviewpark.ca/event/Canada-Day-Festival-2017

*East York Canada Day (Toronto)
888 Cosburn Avenue
Cosburn Avenue and Woodbine Avenue
Toronto, ON

The 60th East York Canada Day celebrations will be held on July 1, 2017 commencing with a parade starting at Dieppe Park (455 Cosburn Avenue) travelling through East York (for parade route please see the map below) finishing at Stan Wadlow Park at Woodbine & Cedarvale Park (888 Cosburn Ave.) and continuing with all day events at Stan Wadlow Park ending at dusk before the FIREWORKS at 10pm (conditions permitting).
This event has always been organized by dedicated volunteers year after year for the residences of East York and ALL WHO WISH to ATTEND providing entertainment for young and old.

http://www.eycdc.ca

*Canada Day at Mel Lastman Square (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Mel Lastman Square
5100 Yonge St.
North York, ON

The long-standing event – where Toronto celebrates Canada Day – continues with a special Canada 150 edition highlighting urban music and culture from Toronto, Canada and the world through Persian funk, Indigenous hip hop and indie rock, and Afro-Latin soul. Site animations including family-friendly activities, outdoor theatre, circus arts and a hospitality area offering food and beverage will be available for the public throughout the day. A spectacular fireworks show will end the evening at 10:55 pm. Free admission.

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*Ribfest Festival (Toronto)
11am-11pm
Centennial Park
256 Centennial Park Rd.
Toronto, ON

100% charity fundraiser. 100% volunteers. Help Rotary reach our goal of $500K for the community.
Enjoy fabulous food, attractions your whole family can enjoy, great music, a Kidz Zone, a massive Midway, entertainment on three professional stages and lots more.

http://www.torontoribfest.com

*The Redpath Waterfront Festival (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Toronto Waterfront
Toronto, ON

Mark your calendars for July 1-3 and join the fun on the Waterfront! The Redpath Waterfront Festival, presented by Billy Bishop Airport, will be kicking off the Canada 150 celebrations as the official launch of the ONTARIO 150 Tour. Visit HTO Park and snap a selfie with the World’s Largest Rubber Duck, grab a bite and browse unique finds from 75 vendors at the Waterfront Artisan Market.

Stroll down the promenade to Sherbourne Common and enjoy interactive entertainment from the high-energy Rhythm of the Nation (Rythme de la Nation) and action-packed West Coast Lumberjack Show. Meet the returning Royal Canadian Navy, tour the 440-foot frigate HMCS Ville de Québec and participate in a variety of fun on-land programming.

http://www.towaterfrontfest.com

*Heritage Ontario Festival (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Ontario Place
955 Lake Shore Blvd. West
Toronto, ON

The Heritage Ontario festival lets you delve into our past and gaze into our future.
This free admission 4-day Ontario150 festival will celebrate Ontario’s vast multicultural history with lots of heritage activities, food, drinks and entertainment.
Join us Canada Day long weekend and show off your provincial pride!
June 30 – July 3
Ontario Place, West Island

June 30 (Opening Day): 3pm – 11pm
July 1: 10am – 1130pm
July 2: 10am – 1130pm
July 3: 10am – 8pm

www.ontarioplace.com

*Canada Day At Nathan Philips Square (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Nathan Phillips Square
100 QUEEN ST W
Toronto, ON

Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday at Canada Days at Nathan Phillips Square!
From June 30 to July 3, Canada Days at Nathan Phillips Square will bring Canada’s rich cultural fabric to life through an incredible mix of music, dance, circus, and street arts.
The dynamic music program features two stages showcasing current urban, indie, roots, pop and world music by emerging and established artists from across the city, all regions of the country, and around the world – reflecting Toronto’s kaleidoscopic character, cultural diversity and creative energy.
A hospitality area offering food and beverage will be available for the public throughout the day. A nightly fireworks show will end the evening at 10:55 pm.

http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=bdf14fbb2b28b510VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD

*Canada Day at Rouge National Urban Park (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Rouge National Urban Park
1749 Meadowvale Road
Toronto, ON

Join us July 1, 2, 3rd to celebrate 150 years of Confederation in Canada at Rouge National Urban Park.
Catch us at one of the following Canada 150 Stations throughout the Park:
BOB HUNTER MEMORIAL PARK
ZOO ROAD WELCOME AREA
BEARE WETLAND AREA
REESOR NORTH WELCOME AREA
ROUGE BEACH
GLEN ROUGE AREA (OUTSIDE CAMPGROUND)
There’s something for everyone!
With special Canada themed trivia, self-guided and drop-in activities, it’s a party not to be missed.
Join the Parka Watch! Where in the Rouge is Parka? Who knows, our favourite mascot might pop up and visit you! Leave your mark on Canada’s big day by signing our Big Birthday Card! 12:00 pm: Join us at the Welcome Areas to sing O Canada and to send your love to Canada on its 150th Birthday!
Discover a new bug or bird when you pick up the Xplorers Guide for kids 6 to 12 years of age or the Club Parka Guide, suitable for children 3 to 6. Once complete, stop by the Welcome Centre for a prize!
While there, pick up your free 2017 Parks Canada Discovery Pass to take advantage of free admission to national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas for the entire year. This event is free.

** Please note that street parking on Zoo Road is not allowed from May to Thanksgiving. Paid parking is available all year across the street at the zoo, and the welcome area is accessible by TTC. Visitors may also access the Toronto Welcome Area by foot from different areas of the park via the Orchard, Vista and Cedar hiking trails.

http://pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/rouge/activ/evenements-events-150/20170701-canada

*Multicultural Canada Day (Toronto) (FREE)
Yonge-Dundas Square
1 Dundas Street East
Toronto, ON

Come Down to Yonge-Dundas Square to celebrate Canada Day!
FREE! Great for the whole family.
The Community Folk Art Council of Toronto will be hosting a 150 Celebrate Canada Parade, the “ Parade of Nations”, with participants of over 20 countries and community groups, with 1500 individual participants, from all diverse cultures and ethnic groups in full traditional costumes, proudly showcasing floats about their contributions to Canada.

http://www.ydsquare.ca/events-schedule/events-calendar/event/1366-celebrate-canada-150-multicultural-canada-day-celebration.html

*Canada Day at the Bata Shoe Museum (Toronto) (Free Admission)
10am-4pm
Bronte Heritage Waterfront Park
Oakville, ON

Join us at the BSM to celebrate all things Canadian with a day of FREE fun! This year’s Canada Day will be extra special all over the country, and here at the BSM we will be celebrating our country’s rich history with a day of free admission and a number of special projects, beginning before you even walk through the door!
See our Canada-themed window display, designed by students from Ryerson University; visit our exhibition “Shining Stars: Celebrating Canada’s Walk of Fame” to see the footwear of notable Canadians; watch a film celebrating a remarkable Canadian as we screen 32 SHORT FILMS ABOUT GLENN GOULD throughout the day; check on out B1 exhibition of Toronto-based designer’s sneakers which reflect the individual designer’s feelings about what it means to be Canadian; and let your kids express their own national pride with a design on their own sneaker key chain! Kids activities are drop-in until 4pm. Perfect for kids ages 3-12

www.batashoemuseum.ca

Canada Day (Oakville)
11am-11pm

Join us for this FREE all-day family festival celebrating how proud we are to be Canadian!
The Bronte Business Improvement Area, and its over 200 business merchants are proud to present this annual event. Live performers, diverse vendors, kids’ activities, Fireworks show. Admission is free.

www.brontevillage.net/canada-day/

*Canada Day (Burlington) (Free Admission)
12pm-10pm
Spencer Smith Park
1400 Lakeshore Road
Burlington, ON
Join us for the 27th annual Canada Day event in Burlington! Celebrate heritage and our nation’s 150th birthday along the waterfront. The day kicks off with a run in the morning and the fun goes into the night with great entertainment and fireworks at 10 p.m.

http://calendar.burlington.ca/Event/Index/a34d2c03-22e5-48e7-9271-a72801094fac

*CANADA’S 150th (Mississauga)
12pm-11pm
Port Credit Legion, Branch 82
35 Front Street North
Mississauga, ON

Join us at the Port Credit Legion for Canada’s 150 Birthday Celebration
FREE Hotdogs for the kids
Ryan Wonder Brown – Award Winning Illisionist 1 pm to 2 pm
DJ Steve Wilson 2 pm to 6 pm – get your dancing shoes on
One of the best Patios overlooking the River in Port Credit
We’ll also be planting a Red Maple on Canada Day out front of our building
OH CANADA
Cash only ……… FREE parking ………… ATM on-site

http://rcl82.ca

*Canada Day (Mississauga) (Free Admission)
Celebration Square
Mississauga, ON

Celebrate Mississauga’s history through live performances, food trucks, kid’s programming and an unforgettable fireworks finale.
Join us and 100,000 of your friends to celebrate Canada’s 150th in the heart of Mississauga, at Celebration Square. Inspired by new beginnings the Canada 150 event tells the story of our city, celebrating what connects us.
Featuring a live concert across two stages with unforgettable performances from internationally renowned JUNO Award winner K’NAAN. Rounding out the line-up are artists from all over Canada — from award winning DJ’s, a fusion tabla drummer, Latin pop singer, bombastic brass band and everything in between.

http://culture.mississauga.ca/event/celebration-square/canada-day-celebration-2017

*Canada Day at the Living Arts Centre (Mississauga) (Free Admission)
12pm-4pm
Living Arts Centre
4141 Living Arts Drive
Mississauga, ON

On Saturday, July 1, 2017, the Living Arts Centre will be hosting Canada Day celebrations from 12-4pm! This fun-filled day will celebrate Canada’s anniversary and highlight First Nations traditions and the diversity that newcomers bring to our communities. It’s the perfect way for the whole family to celebrate Canada Day!
Get craftsy and creative at the LAC’s Creative Zones, watch artist demonstrations or join in a dance workshop with Gadfly or Shiamak! Wind down with film showings, free stage performances, storytelling and the delicious food from on-site food trucks!

http://www.livingartscentre.ca/courses-and-events/canada-day-2017

*Celebrate Canada Day (Brampton)
12pm-10pm
Donald M. Gordon Chinguacousy Park
9050 Bramalea Road
Brampton, ON

Celebrate Canada 150 right here at home. Chinguacousy Park is once again the place to be on Canada Day!
On July 1, Brampton Celebrates Canada 150 draws thousands of Bramptonians from across the city to celebrate Canada’s birthday! The celebration at Chinguacousy Park will run from morning to night.
Come and enjoy internationally acclaimed and local live entertainment, participate in the many fun family activities and enjoy the various food vendors.
Make sure to stick around for the spectacular fireworks show.

http://www.brampton.ca/EN/Arts-Culture-Tourism/Festivals-and-Events/Canada-Day/Pages/Welcome.aspx

*Canada Day (Caledon) (Free Admission)
4pm-11pm
Albion Hills Conservation Area
16500 Regional Road 50
Albion Hills, ON

This year’s Caledon Canada Day event is going to celebrate Canada’s 150th with lots of entertainment, interactive activities, on site demos and educational booths.
Our stage shows start at 4pm, with a mixture of magic shows, steelpan drums, an interactive theatre production of “Little Red Riding Hood”, a tapping, singing and fiddling family, as well as our rockin’ stage band who will keep you moving until after the breathtaking firework show at 10pm.
We will have fantastical characters walking throughout the park, as well as a Bubbleology walkabout. Are dogs your thing? We’ll have an action packed dog performance as well.
Or enjoy watching wood carvers at work? We’ll have one of those too. Don’t want to pack food, no worries, there will be a variety of food trucks on site to satisfy any of your cravings.
Don’t miss it. Albion Hills is the place to be for this year’s Canada Day!

www.trca.ca/event/caledon-canada-day-2017/?instance_id=2219

*Canada Day (Pickering)
12pm-10:30pm
Kinsmen Park
697 Sandy Beach Road
Pickering, ON

Free Family Event to celebrating Canada’s Birthday.
Take the free event shuttle to the park. Park at Sandy Beach Road GO Train lot and OPG lots on Brock Road.
Daytime Celebrations start at noon and go until 5 pm.
All ages, community event with live entertainment, activities, games and so much more! Special interest areas for kids, teens, adults and family. Ride the Canada Day Choo Choo train, make crafts, and meet some special guests – plan for a full day of fun at the park.
Evening Celebrations start at 5 pm at the Main Stage.
Family Dance Party from 5-7 pm
Main stage performances presented in partnership with RBC, start at 7 pm with Durham Region Pipe Band, Tim Burr’s Lumberjack Show, and our headliner act, Alx Veliz. The evening ends with a giant pyromusical fireworks show!
Food Trucks on site.
Check out the Canada Day Map & Flyer for complete details on our website at pickering.ca/greatevents.

calendar.pickering.ca/default/Detail/2017-07-01-Canada-Day-Celebrations

*Canada Day Celebrations (Ajax) (Free Admission)
11am-3pm
Ajax Rotary Park
177 Lake Driveway West
Ajax, ON

Ajax Canada Day Celebrations – Family Celebrations
There will be children’s activities, face painting, inflatable rides, strolling buskers and more. Visit our local community groups and organizations, enjoy live entertainment and cultural performances on stage, and try some delicious food at one of our many food vendors. ATMs on site. Nominal fees apply for food and beverages.
No Parking! Leave the driving to us – take the free Canada Day’s Shuttle.

http://calendar.ajax.ca/default/Detail/2017-07-01-Ajax-Canada-Day-Celebrations2.aspx?id=05416882-8bb5-41cf-a98b-ae20f7fb4286

*Canada Day (Oshawa)
2pm-10pm
Lakeview Park
1446 Simcoe Street South
Oshawa, ON

This exciting event is being held at Lakeview Park on Saturday, July 1, 2017 from 2:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. Visitors will enjoy food, entertainment and amazing fireworks at the end of the evening.

http://www.oshawa.ca/things-to-do/canada-day.asp

*Canada Day (Whitby) (Free Admission)
12pm-Dusk
Victoria Fields
345 Watson Road
Whitby, ON

Celebrate Canada 150 in Victoria Fields with live performances, kids activities, fireworks and more!

Community Connection Fireworks at dark
Live entertainment at centre Stage
Food vendors
Free children’s activities
and more!

http://whitby.ca/en/residents/countytowncarnivalcanadadaycommunityconnectionfire.asp

*Canada Day (Keswick)
5pm-11:30pm
Pine Beach
Lake Drive South / North of Glenwoods
Keswick, ON

Join us for fireworks, games and fun. Admission is free, but donations are welcomed.

www.facebook.com/events/1535086486533398/

*Canada Day 150 (Keswick)
2pm-10pm
The ROC (Recreational Outdoor Campus)
26479 Civic Centre Road
Keswick, ON

Georgina Celebrates Canada 150 – From Past to Present
The 150th anniversary of Confederation presents communities across the nation with a unique opportunity to create and showcase the evolution of our great country. This special milestone will bring Canadians together and enable conversations about our collective national identity, our diversity, and what binds us together.

Festivities for all ages
• Helicopter Rides*
• KidsWorld Inflatables
• Face Painting
• Georgina Farmer’s Market*
• Balloon Artists
• Rock Climbing*
• Children’s Paddle Boats
• Disc Golf
• Sutler Cyrus
• The Ones Classic Car Show
*Fees Apply

Entertainment
• DJ PeeZee
• Kate Ottaway
• Big Shiny 90’s
• The Connors Brothers
• Landing 73 (Featuring Glass Tiger original member Michael Hanson)

The Urban Slide Canada Event owned and operated by 365 Sports
July 1 • 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. and July 2 • 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.
*World’s Largest Urban Slip ’N Slide, *Sky Fall Tower and *Beer Garden
Beer Garden opens at 11 a.m. and is operated by Georgina Kinsmen. For more details about The Urban Slide Canada Event, visit theurbanslide.ca
*Fees Apply

http://www.toronto4kids.com/Calendar/index.php/name/The-Redpath-Waterfront-Festival/event/8660/

*Promenade Days & Canada Day Festivities (Barrie) (Free Admission)
Various Locations in Downtown Barrie
Barrie, ON
View on Google Maps

Enjoy Downtown Barrie’s long standing Canada Day family weekend! Featuring live entertainment, children’s activities, street performers, patios, food, and fun. Downtown merchants showcase their fantastic products at the street market.
Show Times: 10am – 7pm (Street Market)

http://downtownbarrie.ca/events/


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**SUNDAY, July 2,  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

*Canada Day at Rouge National Urban Park (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Rouge National Urban Park
1749 Meadowvale Road
Toronto, ON

Join us July 1, 2, 3rd to celebrate 150 years of Confederation in Canada at Rouge National Urban Park.
Catch us at one of the following Canada 150 Stations throughout the Park:
BOB HUNTER MEMORIAL PARK
ZOO ROAD WELCOME AREA
BEARE WETLAND AREA
REESOR NORTH WELCOME AREA
ROUGE BEACH
GLEN ROUGE AREA (OUTSIDE CAMPGROUND)

There’s something for everyone!
With special Canada themed trivia, self-guided and drop-in activities, it’s a party not to be missed.
Join the Parka Watch! Where in the Rouge is Parka? Who knows, our favourite mascot might pop up and visit you! Leave your mark on Canada’s big day by signing our Big Birthday Card! 12:00 pm: Join us at the Welcome Areas to sing O Canada and to send your love to Canada on its 150th Birthday!
Discover a new bug or bird when you pick up the Xplorers Guide for kids 6 to 12 years of age or the Club Parka Guide, suitable for children 3 to 6. Once complete, stop by the Welcome Centre for a prize!

While there, pick up your free 2017 Parks Canada Discovery Pass to take advantage of free admission to national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas for the entire year. This event is free.

** Please note that street parking on Zoo Road is not allowed from May to Thanksgiving. Paid parking is available all year across the street at the zoo, and the welcome area is accessible by TTC. Visitors may also access the Toronto Welcome Area by foot from different areas of the park via the Orchard, Vista and Cedar hiking trails.

http://pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/rouge/activ/evenements-events-150/20170701-canada

*Heritage Ontario Festival (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Ontario Place
955 Lake Shore Blvd. West
Toronto, ON

The Heritage Ontario festival lets you delve into our past and gaze into our future.
This free admission 4-day Ontario150 festival will celebrate Ontario’s vast multicultural history with lots of heritage activities, food, drinks and entertainment.
Join us Canada Day long weekend and show off your provincial pride!
June 30 – July 3
Ontario Place, West Island

June 30 (Opening Day): 3pm – 11pm
July 1: 10am – 1130pm
July 2: 10am – 1130pm
July 3: 10am – 8pm

www.ontarioplace.com

*Canada Day At Nathan Philips Square (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Nathan Phillips Square
100 QUEEN ST W
Toronto, ON

Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday at Canada Days at Nathan Phillips Square!
From June 30 to July 3, Canada Days at Nathan Phillips Square will bring Canada’s rich cultural fabric to life through an incredible mix of music, dance, circus, and street arts.
The dynamic music program features two stages showcasing current urban, indie, roots, pop and world music by emerging and established artists from across the city, all regions of the country, and around the world – reflecting Toronto’s kaleidoscopic character, cultural diversity and creative energy.
A hospitality area offering food and beverage will be available for the public throughout the day. A nightly fireworks show will end the evening at 10:55 pm.

http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=bdf14fbb2b28b510VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD

*Ribfest Festival (Toronto)
11am-11pm
Centennial Park
256 Centennial Park Rd.
Toronto, ON

100% charity fundraiser. 100% volunteers. Help Rotary reach our goal of $500K for the community.
Enjoy fabulous food, attractions your whole family can enjoy, great music, a Kidz Zone, a massive Midway, entertainment on three professional stages and lots more.

http://www.torontoribfest.com

*The Redpath Waterfront Festival (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Toronto Waterfront
Toronto, ON

Mark your calendars for July 1-3 and join the fun on the Waterfront! The Redpath Waterfront Festival, presented by Billy Bishop Airport, will be kicking off the Canada 150 celebrations as the official launch of the ONTARIO 150 Tour. Visit HTO Park and snap a selfie with the World’s Largest Rubber Duck, grab a bite and browse unique finds from 75 vendors at the Waterfront Artisan Market.

Stroll down the promenade to Sherbourne Common and enjoy interactive entertainment from the high-energy Rhythm of the Nation (Rythme de la Nation) and action-packed West Coast Lumberjack Show. Meet the returning Royal Canadian Navy, tour the 440-foot frigate HMCS Ville de Québec and participate in a variety of fun on-land programming.

http://www.towaterfrontfest.com

*Promenade Days & Canada Day Festivities (Barrie) (Free Admission)
Various Locations in Downtown Barrie
Barrie, ON
View on Google Maps

Enjoy Downtown Barrie’s long standing Canada Day family weekend! Featuring live entertainment, children’s activities, street performers, patios, food, and fun. Downtown merchants showcase their fantastic products at the street market.
Show Times: 10am – 7pm (Street Market)

http://downtownbarrie.ca/events/


 

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**MONDAY, JULY 25,  2017**

*Heritage Ontario Festival (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Ontario Place
955 Lake Shore Blvd. West
Toronto, ON

The Heritage Ontario festival lets you delve into our past and gaze into our future.
This free admission 4-day Ontario150 festival will celebrate Ontario’s vast multicultural history with lots of heritage activities, food, drinks and entertainment.
Join us Canada Day long weekend and show off your provincial pride!
June 30 – July 3
Ontario Place, West Island

June 30 (Opening Day): 3pm – 11pm
July 1: 10am – 1130pm
July 2: 10am – 1130pm
July 3: 10am – 8pm

www.ontarioplace.com

*Canada Day At Nathan Philips Square (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Nathan Phillips Square
100 QUEEN ST W
Toronto, ON

Celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday at Canada Days at Nathan Phillips Square!
From June 30 to July 3, Canada Days at Nathan Phillips Square will bring Canada’s rich cultural fabric to life through an incredible mix of music, dance, circus, and street arts.
The dynamic music program features two stages showcasing current urban, indie, roots, pop and world music by emerging and established artists from across the city, all regions of the country, and around the world – reflecting Toronto’s kaleidoscopic character, cultural diversity and creative energy.
A hospitality area offering food and beverage will be available for the public throughout the day. A nightly fireworks show will end the evening at 10:55 pm.

http://www1.toronto.ca/wps/portal/contentonly?vgnextoid=bdf14fbb2b28b510VgnVCM10000071d60f89RCRD

*Ribfest Festival (Toronto)
11am-11pm
Centennial Park
256 Centennial Park Rd.
Toronto, ON

100% charity fundraiser. 100% volunteers. Help Rotary reach our goal of $500K for the community.
Enjoy fabulous food, attractions your whole family can enjoy, great music, a Kidz Zone, a massive Midway, entertainment on three professional stages and lots more.

http://www.torontoribfest.com

*The Redpath Waterfront Festival (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Toronto Waterfront
Toronto, ON

Mark your calendars for July 1-3 and join the fun on the Waterfront! The Redpath Waterfront Festival, presented by Billy Bishop Airport, will be kicking off the Canada 150 celebrations as the official launch of the ONTARIO 150 Tour. Visit HTO Park and snap a selfie with the World’s Largest Rubber Duck, grab a bite and browse unique finds from 75 vendors at the Waterfront Artisan Market.

Stroll down the promenade to Sherbourne Common and enjoy interactive entertainment from the high-energy Rhythm of the Nation (Rythme de la Nation) and action-packed West Coast Lumberjack Show. Meet the returning Royal Canadian Navy, tour the 440-foot frigate HMCS Ville de Québec and participate in a variety of fun on-land programming.

http://www.towaterfrontfest.com

*Canada Day at Rouge National Urban Park (Toronto) (Free Admission)
Rouge National Urban Park
1749 Meadowvale Road
Toronto, ON

Join us July 1, 2, 3rd to celebrate 150 years of Confederation in Canada at Rouge National Urban Park.
Catch us at one of the following Canada 150 Stations throughout the Park:
BOB HUNTER MEMORIAL PARK
ZOO ROAD WELCOME AREA
BEARE WETLAND AREA
REESOR NORTH WELCOME AREA
ROUGE BEACH
GLEN ROUGE AREA (OUTSIDE CAMPGROUND)
There’s something for everyone!
With special Canada themed trivia, self-guided and drop-in activities, it’s a party not to be missed.
Join the Parka Watch! Where in the Rouge is Parka? Who knows, our favourite mascot might pop up and visit you! Leave your mark on Canada’s big day by signing our Big Birthday Card! 12:00 pm: Join us at the Welcome Areas to sing O Canada and to send your love to Canada on its 150th Birthday!
Discover a new bug or bird when you pick up the Xplorers Guide for kids 6 to 12 years of age or the Club Parka Guide, suitable for children 3 to 6. Once complete, stop by the Welcome Centre for a prize!
While there, pick up your free 2017 Parks Canada Discovery Pass to take advantage of free admission to national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas for the entire year. This event is free.

** Please note that street parking on Zoo Road is not allowed from May to Thanksgiving. Paid parking is available all year across the street at the zoo, and the welcome area is accessible by TTC. Visitors may also access the Toronto Welcome Area by foot from different areas of the park via the Orchard, Vista and Cedar hiking trails.

http://pc.gc.ca/en/pn-np/on/rouge/activ/evenements-events-150/20170701-canada


IS YOUR EVENT NOT LISTED?

Just google your town and Canada Day. Even the small towns are celebrating Canada’s 150th Birthday!

Have a wonderful weekend!

 


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