We’re coming up to the final long weekend of summer. Labour Day Weekend is full of fun things to do in Waterloo Region, including train rides, lights shows, live performances, fun on the farm and more!
CTV News Kitchener – The Belmont Village Bestival will return this summer, and will run for the entire season. In the past, the event has run for one weekend in the Kitchener neighbourhood. This year, there will be events all summer long.
KitchenerToday.com – Fear Farm will not be the same this year, in terms of location. The haunted houses will be transformed into “haunted trails” or “haunted experiences”. And while the venue is different, the experience will remain the same.
La Scena Musicale – The Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony is pleased to announce the details of the new 2020/21 Reimagined: KWS Goes Online season. The first set of concerts features programs from across a range of series, recorded live at Centre In The Square and broadcast online, to enjoy at home.
KitchenerToday.com – THEMUSEUM and Bingemans have once again joined forces to bring you safe, family-friendly fun. Hosted at Bingemans, this drive-thru event will bring you back to the Mesozoic Era. Complete with animatronic dinosaurs, you don’t have to go far to be up close with these creatures.
Get ready to #ExploreWR during Culture Days – a national celebration of arts and culture. September 27, 28 and 29, 2019 you’re invited to get hands-on and go behind-the-scenes at this area’s museums, theatres, galleries, festivals and more.
Get ready for 4 days of fun with family and friends in Waterloo Region this long weekend! Enjoy attractions, special events, food and live concerts and performances throughout the Civic Holiday weekend
Each summer, Waterloo Region welcomes visitors from around the globe, as the Kultrún World Music Festival takes place in Kitchener’s Victoria Park. Kultrún is dubbed the Region’s largest annual outdoor dance party and features top talent from around the world, while celebrating cultural diversity.
May 12th, 2019 is Mother’s Day – a time to honour moms, and those mother-figures in our lives who do so much for us! Looking for ways to show your mom how special she is? While nothing can replace a preschooler’s homemade card or a macaroni picture frame, here are some ideas on how to spoil Mom
Victoria Day long weekend marks the unofficial start to summer for most people, and it’s a great time to get out and celebrate in Waterloo Region! There are lots of events happening indoors and out. Whether you’re looking to be active, or to kick back and relax, here are some suggestions.
Ever After Music Festival is a fantasy getaway, where world class performances and stunning visuals create an unforgettable weekend! Celebrating its 5th year, EAMF promises to be bigger and better than ever.
When was the last time you spent a day in UpTown Waterloo? There’s a new vibe in UpTown Waterloo that offers both a vibrant lifestyle for those who live in the core, and an urban, exciting experience for those who are new – or returning – to the area.
the Elmira Maple Syrup Festival (EMSF) ranks as the largest single-day maple syrup festival in the world. The event began humbly in 1965, and while the original organizers were hoping to have 2,500 visitors back then, they were surprised – and nearly overwhelmed – when 10,000 showed up.
The story of Drayton Entertainment is one that unfolds like a fairytale. And it’s a story best told by a man who has been there from the beginning – current Chair of the Board of Directors of Drayton Entertainment, Neil Aitchison.
From its source in Dundalk, Grey County, flowing south 275 kms into Lake Erie, the Grand River is one of the most scenic and significant rivers in Ontario. Waterloo Region is at the heart of this waterway with many milestones and relics connecting the river to the development of the region.