September 15-24, 2017 This is a festival with chamber music at its core, but always a bit of ‘extra’ in the program. Over the years, the list of Canadian classical musicians at the festival is a virtual Who Is Who of Canadian music. The 2017 program will present a series of concerts specially programmed in […]
Saturday July 8, 2017 Daytime activities: 11 am to 3:30 pm Evening activities: 5 pm to 9 pm A celebration of all things 1960’s, including the museum itself! Mariners Park Museum celebrates its 50th Anniversary in 2017 alongside Canada’s 150th anniversary of Confederation! Daytime family fun, including vendors on the grounds, displays and, of course, […]
Come celebrate Canada’s 150th at The Waring House! We’ll have great live music starting at 4pm, a delicious cross-Canada menu, and amazing fireworks after dark! Musical performances by The Frere Brothers, Tom Leighton, and Rick Bauer! Wear your Red and White and come celebrate with us!
Saturday, July 1st & Sunday, July 2nd Sandbanks Estate Winery 17598 Loyalist Parkway, Wellington Celebrate Canada’s big birthday this year as we release new wines we’ve created specially for Canada’s 150th! Taste wine right from the barrel, while local food truck Burger Revolution serves up some amazing food all weekend long. We’re excited to share […]
Saturday, July 1 (celebrate Canada’s 150th at Jamie’s farm in Hillier) It would be hard to imagine a classier or more delicious way to celebrate Canada Day than to be served by one of Canada’s great chefs, at his lovely farm in Hillier hamlet, where you can tour his vineyard and sample a range of […]
July 1, 2017 Canada Day at the Sandbanks Provincial Park. Park Time Capsule will be on display in the Nature Shop. This event is managed by The Friends of Sandbanks, a charitable, non profit organization. The Friends support the park staff in the maintenance, enhancement and protection of this unique natural wonder. Explore our web […]
Saturday July 1st, 2017 at 7:30pm The Regent Theatre presents RHEOSTATICS on Canada Day! With eleven albums released since 1987, including “Melville” and “Whale Music,” two titles that have insistently appeared on Best Canadian Albums of All Time lists for decades, the Rheostatics’ catalogue articulates the artistic ecstasies and political ironies of a country, partly […]