Happy 150th Birthday Canada!
Hope everyone is gearing up for a great Canada Day long weekend with family & friends! Here are our top picks for celebrating the Canada Day long weekend in the Greater Toronto & Hamilton Area!
Spencer Smith Park Fireworks
Enjoy free Canadian-inspired activities & entertainment all day at Spencer Smith Park! The city of Burlington will also be providing a shuttle bus service to the Downtown Burlington Bus Terminal, from the following locations: Haber Recreation Centre, Mountainside Recreation Centre & Burlington Go Station (North side). Fireworks will begin at 10:00pm.
When? July 1st
Where? Spencer Smith Park (1400 Lakeshore Rd, Burlington)
Hamilton celebrates Canada's 150th at Bayfront Park
Enjoy food trucks, family-friendly fun, Aerial Group performances & a spectacular live music line-up presented by RBC!
When? Saturday, July 1 from 3pm to 11pm
Where? Bayfront Park (200 Harbour Front Drive, Hamilton)
'Oh Canada!' Annual Rotary Ribfest in Waterdown
Enjoy great food, local bands, 'Family fun zone' & movie night in the Heart of Waterdown! Best of all, all profits will go to support local charities within the community.
When? June 20th-July 3rd (Friday, 3pm-11:30pm, Saturday & Sunday, 11am-11:30pm & Monday 11am-8pm)
Where? Memorial Park (266 Main St N, Waterdown)
Nathan Phillips Square Celebrations
Celebrate Canada's 150th birthday in the heart of Toronto! From June 30th to July 3rd, Nathan Phillips Square will be hosting several Canada day event's to highlight Canada's rich culture. The nightly fireworks display will take place July 1st at 10:55 pm.
When? June 30th-July 3rd
Where? Nathan Phillips Square (100 Queen St W, Toronto)
Mel Lastman's Square Celebrations
Enjoy tunes & fireworks at Mel Lastman Square! Enjoy family-friendly programming, outdoor theatre, circus arts and a hospitality area offering food and beverage. A spectacular fireworks show will end the evening at 10:55 pm.
When? July 1, 2017 from 2pm– 11pm
Where? Mel Lastman Square (5100 Yonge St, North York)
Toronto's Snap shots through time at The Market Gallery
This exhibition peeks into Toronto’s ever-changing demographics & key events in the city's history that helped to shape Canada's identity.
When? June 30th & July 1st
Where? The Market Gallery is located at 95 Front St E, Toronto
Gallery hours: Friday, 10am-4pm | Saturday, 9am-4pm
Gallery on the Bay
Celebrating Canada's 150th anniversary with 150 works of art (paintings, prints, sculpture) reflecting history for all provinces & territories.
When? June 29th to July 1st
Where? 231 Bay Street North
Gallery hours: Thursday to Saturday, 12 noon to 5 pm | Sunday, 12 noon to 4 pm.