Greater Hamilton Home and Garden Show 2018

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Fantastic ideas and great deals! Mark your calendars- you’re not going to want to miss this show!
http://www.thehomeshow.ca/sitepages/?cid=483&cn=GENERAL%20INFORMATION&an=General%20Information

Players Paradise Sports Complex
565 Seaman St Stoney Creek, ON L8E 5Z5
(905) 643-3200

When/Where: March 2nd- March 4th, 2018

162nd Binbrook Fair

 

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2016 Binbrook Fair

Courtesy of the Binbrook Agricultural Society

The Binbrook Fair is truly a family favourite. This year marks its’ 162nd year. The gates open at 5 pm on Friday, September 16th. Opening Parade at 7 and the first of 2 demolition derbies gets underway at 8 pm. Check out the competitions and livestock exhibits – and take advantage of Family Day on Sunday with ride all day bracelets for $25.00

More information about the Fair

History of the Fair

When/Where: Binbrook Fair Grounds, 2600 Hwy 56, Binbrook September 16-September 18, 2016

Annual Ancaster Heritage Days

Annual Ancaster Heritage Days, celebrating the community heritage of Ancaster with events that are so loved by the community; the parade, KidsWorld, Soapbox Derby and fireworks!

Come out and celebrate Ancaster Heritage Days!

Annual Ancaster Heritage Days

History of Ancaster Heritage Days

In 1979, Ancaster resident and shop owner Bette Fraser believed that people didn’t know each other well enough in the town, and came up with the idea for Ancaster Heritage Days. With the help of her friend Ann Sloat, Bette began planning a festival where the community could get to know each other and enjoy the sights and sounds of their beautiful town. That June, the first Ancaster Heritage Days kicked-off, and included the Old Mill race and a grand sidewalk sale. Within five years, Ancaster Heritage Days had become a tradition and grew in popularity. One of the early highlights was the Heritage Days parade, where curious onlookers would line Wilson Street, marveling in the antique and horse drawn carriages, police paddy wagons, bands and other exciting performers from the area. Other events during the early years also included downhill bed races, spaghetti eating-contests, and the Heritage Days beauty pageant, where participants anxiously waited to find out who would be the next Heritage Princess. These were also the early days of the dances, pancake breakfasts, and annual crowd favourites: the strawberry social, antique car show, and sidewalk sale, which draws crowds from young to old to the heart of the town. Since Bette’s first idea in 1979, Ancaster Heritage Days has become the high point in the annual events calendar in the area, and this year is no different. From the Old Mill Race to the fireworks display and everything in between, this multiple-day event, has something for the entire family. Come out and celebrate Ancaster Heritage Days!

http://www.ancasterheritagedays.com

When/Where: June 07, 2016 to June 12, 2016

Dundas International Buskerfest

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Dundas International Buskerfest

Dundas International Buskerfest is a street festival in Dundas Ontario. King St is closed from Cross Street to John Street for the duration of the festival.

Experience organized pandemonium, uncontrollable laughter and non-stop family fun! Welcome to the 2016 Dundas International Buskerfest! Check web site often for updates on performers and vendors coming to the 2016 festival. Jun 3-5, 2016.

When/Where: JUNE 3, 4, 5, 2016 Friday 6pm-10pm, Saturday 11:30am-10pm, Sunday 11:30am-6pm

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CONTACT INFO

289-775-1620

info@downtowndundas.ca

Mailing Address c/o Dundas BIA PO Box 65601 Dundas, Ontario L9H 6Y6

http://www.dundasbuskerfest.com/#intro

ANNE FRANK: A HISTORY FOR TODAY

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Anne Frank

CANADIAN WARPLANE HERITAGE MUSEUM

The story of Anne Frank and her life of hiding in the Secret Annex during the Second World War is a story of perseverance and bravery. Living for almost 2 years in hiding during the Nazi occupation of Holland, she recorded her daily thoughts in a journal. Today, her journal is a testament to the prejudice that was faced by so many during the Holocaust.

The Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum is proud to present “Anne Frank- A History for Today” from the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam. Featuring the story of Anne Frank and artifacts never before displayed in Canada. The exhibit will also focus on Canada’s role in the Liberation of Holland and the prejudices and discrimination that some Canadians faced, including those in the RCAF.

Time daily: 9:00am – 5:00pm, regular admission rates apply.

Location 9280 Airport Rd., Mount Hope, L0R 1W0
Email museum@warplane.com
Web http://www.warplane.com/upcoming-events/event-details.aspx?eventId=71

When/Where: 9280 Airport Rd., Mount Hope, L0R 1W0 – March 12- August 28th

Spring and Home Garden Show

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Spring and Home Garden Show

April 01, 2016 to April 03, 2016
Presented By: Continuum Productions Inc.
The Hamilton Spring Home and Garden Show presented by RE/MAX Escarpment Realty is the Premier Regional Home & Garden Show in Canada with the widest selection of the provinces most trusted exhibitors & brands. Come get inspired, get informed, be entertained and most importantly be ready to take advantage of great Home Show Specials and Deals.

Conveniently located, you can find us easily from any direction or major highway. And when you arrive – you can park your car for free!

Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum
Friday April 1 12pm – 8pm
Saturday April 2 10am – 7pm
Sunday April 3 10am – 5pm

Adults (18+): $12.00
Seniors (65+): $10.00
Youths (13-17): $10.00
Kids 12 and under Free

Special Offer:
Save up to 30% off admission tickets when you buy online.

See more at: http://www.ontariohomeshows.com

Location: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum

Website: www.ontariohomeshows.com

When/Where: Canadian Warplane Heritage Museum – April 01, 2016 to April 03, 2016

Food and Drink Fest

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Food and Drink Fest

Food and Drink Fest
April 22, 2016 to April 24, 2016
Presented By: Beau Monde Productions

Food and Drink Fest is The Region’s Most Fun & Delicious Culinary, Wine, Spirit and Beer Expo!
Come and experience an exciting variety of Ontario VQA and International wines, spirits, craft beers, gourmet local food, specialty coffees, teas, decadent desserts as well as unique spices, sauces and marinades. Created and presented by some of the Hamilton, Burlington, Oakville and Niagara Regions’ most popular restaurants, culinary experts, chefs, innovative food trucks, breweries and wineries. Also enjoy exciting live musical entertainment and fun informative cooking demonstrations all in one convenient and central location!

Hamilton Convention Centre, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton, Ontario

Location: Hamilton Convention Centre

Website: www.FoodandDrinkFest.com

When/Where: Hamilton Convention Centre, 1 Summers Lane, Hamilton, Ontario

 

A Note To Our Visitors:
Thank you for visiting FoodandDrinkFest.com and your interest in the upcoming Festival! As members of the Food & Drink Fest team, we love creating unique local culinary experiences for foodies and local consumers alike.
While we encourage all to enjoy the event to the full, safety is our first priority. Therefore we ask that, should you choose to partake of alcohol at the show, that you do so in a moderate and safe fashion. Above all, we ask that you do not drink and drive. Please plan ahead, appoint a designated driver, make arrangements for taxi service or take public transit.
After almost two decades of planning live events, we have learned of one constant we can always count on: things change! Because of the nature of events like these, information on this website may be adjusted from time to time during the planning or duration of the Festival. We will try our very best to keep you up to date with the very latest news information as it becomes available.

Spring Tide Bulb Show

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Spring Tide Bulb Show

Spring Tide Bulb Show

March 11, 2016 to March 20, 2016

Spring Tide Bulb Show

Presented By » Gage Park Tropical Greenhouse
The Spring Tide Bulb Show is held each year. Hundreds of spring bulbs will be on display and the greenhouse also has a turtle pond, fish ponds and birds from the aviary. A new theme each year brings the Tropical House to life.

A great way to spend some time during March Break. Bring the family, participate in our scavenger hunt and enjoy the first sights, sounds and smells of Spring!

March 11 – 20, 2016
Gage Park Tropical Greenhouse: Enter the Gage Park parking lot off Lawrence Road, just east of Gage Avenue South. Take the pathway at the north side of the parking lot to the Horticulture Depot.

Admission is free and the show runs daily from 9 AM to 5 PM. Donations to Hamilton Food Share are welcome. Donation to Hamilton Food Share would be appreciated.
Wheelchair Accessible & Free Parking.

Location: Gage Park

Phone: 905-546-2424 X 7598

Website: www.hamiltoninbloom.ca

When/Where: Gage Park, Hamilton

 

DIRECTIONS & PARKING

IN HAMILTON

Follow Gage Avenue, south of Main Street East, to Lawrence Road and enter the park at the Roselawn Lawn Bowling Club.

FROM NIAGARA/BUFFALO

Take the QEW to the Red Hill Valley Parkway. Take the King Street exit and continue through the King Street intersection on to Lawrence Road. Continue on Lawrence Road and enter Gage Park at the Roselawn Bowling Club.

FROM TORONTO

Take the QEW to Hwy. 403 and exit at Main Street East. Continue east to Gage Avenue and then south (right) to Lawrence Road. Enter Gage Park at the Roselawn Bowling Club.

FROM GUELPH

Take Hwy. 6 to Hwy. 403 and exit at Main Street East. Continue east to Gage Avenue and then south (right) to Lawrence Road. Enter Gage Park at the Roselawn Bowling Club.

FROM KITCHENER/LONDON

Take Hwy. 403 eastbound and exit at Main Street East. Continue east to Gage Avenue and then south (right) to Lawrence Road. Enter Gage Park at the Roselawn Bowling Club.