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The 2016 Pricedex Summer Series line up includes: Legends of Las Vegas-Tribute to Frank Sinatra & Dean Martin, The Highwaymen Tribute, Night Fever; Whitchita Lineman, Simply Queen, Honky Tonk Gal.
Toronto's largest theatre festival and one of its most exciting summer events. Over 120 productions oat 35 venues. Comedy, drama, dance, children's shows and more. Free programming at the Fringe Club.
Organized by the five riverside municipalities of the United Counties of Prescott and Russell. Stunning natural attraction and offers a varied event program packed with activities.
Join us on Monday and Thursday evenings at dusk for Movies Under the Stars. Pull up a Muskoka chair, grab your popcorn and drinks and enjoy box office hits in the outdoor cobblestone events plaza!.
Free family festival. Three days of entertainment, market, bands, children activities, arts and crafts, carnival, lots of contests and plenty of delicious strawberries. Fireworks on Canada Day!.
Always in season, BruceGreySimcoe is the place for fun festivals & events! There's something fun to do, summer, winter, spring & fall! Bring the family, bring your friends & make wonderful memories!
100 images from the top 200 photos submitted during the Waterfront Photo Contest over the past 4years are on display in the Waterfront Outdoor Photo Exhibit on vinyl banners hanging on hydro poles.
Curated by KW Symphony Music Director Edwin Outwater, these paintings will invite you in and fire your imagination. Credit: James Kemp, Three Figures with Tall Hats (detail), 1961. KWAG Collection.
Travelling the quiet country roads from Collingwood to Meaford stop at over 35 culinary, artisan and historical sites all connected to the local apple industry in Grey and Simcoe County.
Enjoy a ride on one of our many "steam specials" with ETR #9 or one of our historical diesel locos. Ride from St. Jacobs Market to Elmira past Mennonite farms and the farmlands of Woolwhich Township.
Communities throughout the province host weekend events where sites of historic, architectural, natural or cultural interest are opened to the public, for free! Weekends from April through October.
Every Saturday from May to December from 8:00am – 1:00pm. Baked goods, fruits, vegetables, flowers, plants, crafts and much more.
Buy top-quality farm-fresh products including Produce, Baked Goods, Preserves and Handcrafted items directly from the producer, while enjoying the atmosphere of Wellington North's Culture.
The Canadian Fire Fighters' Museum opens May long weekend to end of October, 9am-4pm, closed Wednesdays. Showcases a fine collection of equipment and trucks throughout the ages.
The trail features many unique private and public gardens with flowers and experiences that include native butterflies, honeybees and birds; fountains, ponds, contemporary art exhibits and statues.
May 24-Jun 4,"Witchita Lineman: The Music of Glen Campbell"; Jun 8-Jul 2,"The Ladies Foursome"; Jul 6-Jul 23,"Birds of a Feather' Tales"; Jul 27-Aug 13,"The One"; Aug 17-Sep 3,"The Birds and the Bees".
A monthly Thursday night dinner series featuring four courses and profiling local produce, meats cheese, bread beer and wine. Menus are based on whatever is fresh and in season!.
Each year the Welland Rose Festival brings together the people of Welland to celebrate our history, heritage and community. Join us at one of our many events this June!.
Take a tour and see a collection of 900+ varieties in award winning display gardens. The gardens also feature 500 varieties of daylilies! Mon, Wed, Sat & Sun 10-4, Thurs & Fri 10-7, Tues CLOSED.
Five Kitchener-Waterloo artists create new work inspired by, or made in conversation with, works in the Permanent Collection. Credit: Alfred Laliberte, Untitled (detail), n. D. KWAG Collection.
Featuring accomplished artists working 'en plein air'. Mingle, view and purchase their work! Stroll along our heritage Main Street to shop and dine and take a break and enjoy a free horse drawn carria.
Dundurn's historic Kitchen Garden catered to the nutritional needs of the MacNab family 150 years ago. Enjoy informative stories and historic gardening knowledge every Saturday and Sunday.
Four women spend a day on the links to honour a departed friend. It sounds harmless enough, but fueled by competition, revelations, and recriminations, it becomes more than anyone bargained for!.
FREE Storytelling and musical hour at the Westport Spring from 7pm – 8pm on four selected Sunday evenings June 12 & 26, July 10 & 24. Bring the whole family! Details on website westportartscouncil. Com.
Free concerts beside Owen Sound's Inner Harbour, a breathtaking setting to experience some of the finest music heard anywhere. Bring your lawn chair, relax and enjoy the show!.
Vaughan celebrates Concerts in the Park, an annual outdoor summer concert series featuring popular tribute bands performing hits the whole family will enjoy! Details on website.
The festival continues its tradition of providing guests an endless selection of stellar music! To please the most stalwart of music aficionados,programming includes the world's most dynamic musicians.
Live concerts, extreme park competition, Canada Day Celebrations, local food fair, fireworks, comedy night, merchant sales, kid's matinees, teen dance, golf tournaments and more.
The TD Toronto Jazz Festival is one of the city's largest music festivals. The Festival features 1,500 musicians playing over 350 concerts in 40 locations all across the city, for 10 jam packed days.
For two months in the heart of summer, Peterborough Musicfest provides 19 FREE admission concerts, every Wednesday and Saturday from June 25th to August 24th, 2016 at 8pm, Del Crary Park.
Westben's 17th Season, June 25 – July 31 features the world premiere of The Pencil Salesman: Buzz Brass, Cadence, Cig and other jazz, folk, fiddle and classical music. Ask about our getaway packages.
March with the Kincardine Scottish every summer Saturday evening. Leave Victoria Park at 8pm, parade north on Queen, and return to Park for concert!.
This highly anticipated world premiere of "The Hero of Hunter Street" written by Maja Ardal tells the story of the December 19, 1916, Quaker Oats factory explosion and fire in Peterborough, Ontario.