It may be a little less than ideal weather-wise across the Niagara Region, but there is still tons to do to celebrate this amazing country! Fireworks, concerts, family fun, we’ve got you covered. Let’s take a look at Canada 150 in the community!
Everyone’s favourite lakeside Park Carousel will open finally today after the high water levels that have been experienced in Port Dalhousie.
Come celebrate Canada’s 150th Birthday with the City of St. Catharines at Rennie Park for fun family activities, live music and other free festivities in beautiful Port Dalhousie.
For full details click here: https://www.stcatharines.ca/en/experiencein/Canada-Day-Celebrations.asp
The Niagara Falls Museum is hosting a Canada 150 exhibit, Pieces of Canada: 150 Objects — 150 Stories, featuring items loaned to the museum by Niagara Falls residents.
A citizenship ceremony, parade, music, games, live entertainment, fireworks and birthday cake are just some of the activities taking place throughout the weekend at various locations in Niagara Falls.
For more details: https://www.niagarafalls.ca/events/annual-events/canada-day/default.aspx
Celebrate Canada 150 all day long on July 1, with festivities in Simcoe Park and at Fort George, including entertainment, the popular cake walk parade, and fireworks.
Festivities will take place through until July 3, including, a bed race, and much more in Virgil and Old Town.
Niagara Parks will be opening the doors to Laura Secord Homestead for free on July 1.
On July 2, Dallas Green and a City and Colour headline an all-Canadian lineup for a Canada 150 concert at Butler’s Barracks.
Niagara-on-the-Lake’s Canada 150 Committee welcomes two tall ships to town for free, July 3 and 4. Tours run 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day at River Beach Drive and Melville Street.
For more information: http://www.notlcanada150.ca/
Canada 150 events in Ridgeway will include art displays, a full-scale model of the Battle of Ridgeway, the creation of a time capsule, a parade, and much more. Fireworks start up at 10 p.m. over the river between Beatrice Street and Dominion Road.
For more information: http://www.forterie.ca/index.html
Canada 150 festivities will go on at the Grimsby Museum, fireworks will happen at Charles Daley Park in Lincoln, and celebrations in downtown Smithville will be also on the go. For full details: http://www.grimsby.ca/About-Grimsby/annual-special-events.html
The annual parade down Haist Street and celebrations at Harold Black Park in Fonthill along with fireworks are all part of the party in Pelham. For full details: http://www.pelham.ca/en/index.aspx
Here a day of celebrations at H.H. Knoll Lakeview Park will be hosted by the Port Colborne Optimists Club. Tons of entertainment and fireworks at dusk downtown on West Street. For full details: http://portcolborne.ca/page/events#divCalendarEvent-display
On Saturday, July 1st, 2017 join the City of Thorold as they celebrate the 150th Canada Day with a community celebration in the Battle of Beaverdams Park in downtown Thorold. There will be children’s activities, family friendly fun, entertainment and fireworks! For details: http://www.thorold.com/content/2017-canada-day-community-celebration
Wainfleet hasn’t held a Canada Day celebration in more than 50 years, but this year there will be a parade, entertainment, games, and a Canada flag skydiver as well as fireworks. Details: http://www.wainfleet.ca/component/jevents/icalrepeat.detail/2017/07/01/233/-/wainfleet-canada-150-celebration?Itemid=1
Welland will mark Canada 150 with entertainment, fireworks, museum celebrations, family fun activities, and much more . Full details: https://www.welland.ca/Leisure/eventsinfo/CanadaDay.asp
Happy Canada Day to all from everyone at niagarabuzz.ca!!!!
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