There’s a lot to do in the Region for the Canada Day long weekend! The forecast looks great for spending time outdoors and catching a fireworks display. Here’s what you need to know and where to be:
WHERE TO WATCH FIREWORKS
Fireworks start at 10m. Viewing areas along the waterfront from the Peace Bridge to the Old Fort.
Family picnic, games for all ages, music, hat contest, baking contest & more!11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m
Inflatable bouncers, climbing wall, face-painting, entertainment and a spectacular fireworks show! starts at 1pm, fireworks at 10pm
Live music, a magic show, parade, fireworks and more! Happening on Queen STreet starting at 11am with the parade!
Pancake breakfast, birthday cake parade, free admission to fort george for the day, music muskets and artillery demonstrations. BBQ diner, music & fireworks! Starting at 8am and fireworks at 10pm
Children’s activities, food, live music, a parade, fireworks and more! Starting at 1pm with fireworks at 10:15pm at Harold Black Park.
Mad Science, Puppet show, performances, pony rides, face painting, food, fireworks and more! All happening at HH Knoll Park with events starting at 10am, fireworks at dusk.
Family activities, Live music, other free festivities, fireworks and more! From noon-4pm Rennie Park in beautiful Port Dalhousie.
Family activities, fireworks, a bike decorating contest, live music a magic show and more! Acommunity celebration in the Battle of Beaverdams Park in downtown Thorold starting at noon.
FREE community BBQ, live music, kids movie & popcorn, a clown, parade, fireworks and more! Starting at 3pm on 31917 Park Street in Wainfleet.
Music, water activities, food trucks, fireworks and more! Downtown Welland starting at 3pm
Magic show, food, family fun, live music and fireworks! Happening at Leisureplex Park in Smithville, starting at 5pm.
OPEN AND CLOSED
• Beer Store
• Grocery stores
• TTC (holiday schedule)
• Ontario Science Centre
• CN Tower
• Ripley’s Aquarium
• Toronto Zoo
• Shopping malls
• Movie theatres
• Government offices
• Post offices