It’s the Holiday Season, so get ready to enjoy the sights and sounds of the annual 2019 Santa Claus Parades! We’ve made it easy for you to know when the Man in Red will be arriving in your town: after all, Santa isn’t the only one making lists!
For many, a visit to a corn maze or pumpkin patch is definitely on their fall ‘To-Do’ list! Wondering where to find them as you #ExploreWR? Take a look at our list – and get ready for some family fall fun in Waterloo Region!
CTV News Kitchener – GolfNorth announced on Wednesday morning that it would be keeping its courses open through the winter, in hopes that golfers will layer up and hit the links even through the white fluffy stuff.
Get in touch with your inner Norsk during this Waterloo Region fall. Bundle up and embrace a date-night “friluftsliv” – a word that loosely translates to “living the outdoor life.” And why not expand your date night to include a staycation getaway at a local hotel.
While hearty German and Mennonite fare easily pop to mind when visitors think of Waterloo Region’s food scene, those dishes are only some of what’s on our table. Our restaurant scene continually evolves to provide a taste of who’s calling Waterloo Region home.
Summertime and the grillin’ is easy. Here’s a collection of just a few Waterloo Region burgers for you to check out over the summer months! (Note: in virtually all locations where they serve hamburgers, there is some sort of vegetarian or vegan offering as well.)
There’s nothing quite like sitting around a table with family and friends and having great conversations over a delicious meal. Now, take that same table, have it painted by a talented local artist, place it on one of our region’s fabulous patios, and you have the recipe for the Art Fresco Project.
CTV News, Kitchener – Forty years ago, Terry Fox travelled through Wilmot Township as he made his way across eastern Canada during his Marathon of Hope. He ran through the area on July 20, 1980. Four decades later, the township has put up a plaque in a park near his route.
Farmers’ markets are abundant in Waterloo Region, and are almost as plentiful as the vegetables, fruits and other products that fill their vendor’s stands! They’re a great way to take home fresh produce, and an even better way to meet the people responsible for growing your food.
We’ve all spent enough time indoors, so now it’s time to head outside and find ways to enjoy what this region has to offer – with some stops built in to help you beat the heat!
Need some inspiration? Here are 3 ways to help you keep your cool on your next outdoor adventure!
Canada officially turns 153 on July 1st. Canadians love a reason to celebrate, and even though this year Canada Day will take on a different look, festivities are happening in Waterloo Region – virtually! Find out how to join in the celebrations in Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge and Wilmot.
When the snow falls, Waterloo Region truly becomes a Winter Wedding wonderland! This region features unique venues that are perfect for both small, intimate weddings as well as larger celebrations. During the winter, couples can take advantage of the beautiful outdoor areas at this region’s venues.
Multi-purpose and unique: venues in Waterloo Region provide the perfect backdrop for meetings, conferences, festivals and events.
From smaller, more intimate events to large meetings and conferences of up to 2,000 our venues are a great reason to Meet in Waterloo Region.
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.
Waterloo Region is home to scenic rural and urban trails that beckon you to get out and explore them at any time of year. The trails you’ll find here are as varied as the region itself, and are great for hiking, cycling, walking as well as other modes of active transportation.
The thing about a meal in a bowl is that it suddenly becomes comfort food, no matter what the ingredients. Whether conventional proteins and vegetables or straight-up vegetarian or vegan, these dishes pack flavour punch and healthy nutrients in a quaint concave vessel.