Local Upcoming Events!
Victorian Tea at Spruce Lane Farmhouse May 20 at 2 PM to May 22 at 3 PM
Learn how to make and enjoy a proper Victorian Tea. Participation by donation to the Friends of Bronte Creek Park.
Canada 150 Mural Mosaic: Community Painting Day -Monday May 22(Victoria Day), 2017 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Burlington residents will have an exciting opportunity to celebrate Canada’s upcoming 150th birthday. From May 21 – 22, 2017, Burlington residents are invited to paint their own tile that will become part of the mural.
How to Participate: Drop into one of the community painting days to paint your tile.
Jump Into Spring Antiques and Artisan Sale May 27 at 10 AM to May 28 at 4 PM
Hosted at Mizener's Antiques & Flea Market.
Saturday and Sunday will be filled with all of our Antique Vendors plus Crafters, Artisans and more!
BTTB Boosters Electronics Recycling Event - Saturday, May 27 at 9 AM - 4 PM
Click the link for the things they will accept. Wipe your drives. Clear your SIM cards.
Yoga at Bayfront Park Saturday, June 3 - 4:30 pm - 8:30 pm, Hamilton
3rd annual 100in1Day Urban Intervention at Bayfront Park. Join us for free yoga at Hamilton's beautiful waterfront as local instructors generously lead 4 free 40 minute classes with the intention of inspiring our community to balance mind, body & soul.
BYOJar Terrarium Workshop - Friday, June 9 at 7 PM - 9:30 PM - at Makers' Market Hamilton
Make easy-to-assemble, low-maintenance air plant terrariums, and learn about air plants - they grow without soil!
TACO FEST - Presented by TasteToronto Jun 16 at 11 AM to Jun 18 at 9 PM
An electric atmosphere showcasing Toronto’s best and most celebrated chefs with an authentic Mexican twist.
Community Tree Planting at Millstone Park -Saturday, June 17 at 10 AM - 12 PM - Oakville
Come and join Oakvillegreen on June 17, help us enhance our urban forest!
A great chance for students to earn volunteer hours! Bring a reusable water bottle. Tools and gloves will be provided but please feel free to bring your own.
Sound of Music Festival: Jun 10, 1 pm- Jun 18, 7 pm at the Burlington Downtown and Waterfront
The largest local music event of the year features an eclectic combination of emerging artists, blasts from the past and current performers. A mix of free and ticketed shows continue all over town for nine days.
Ongoing Local Events
A Season of All Canadian Plays, April 1 -30th, Georgetown Little Theatre, Georgetown, On
To celebrate Canada's 150th birthday, the Georgetown Little Theatre’s current season is featuring all Canadian plays. In April you will have the chance to visit the John Elliott Theatre and see a comedy drama by Norm Foster.
Burlington Mall Farmer's Market Opens May 3rd, 8am - 2pm- Burlington Mall, 777 Guelph Line,
The Farmers' Market is operated by the Burlington Lions Club who donate the proceeds from the Market operations to specific local projects and helping those in need.Vendors carry a wide variety of locally grown fresh produce, baking, meats, cheese, eggs etc. You will find the freshest food available and you will be supporting your local farmers.
The Market is Open from May 3 to October 28 in 2017
Wed. 8 - 2 Fri. 8 - 4 Sat. 8 - 2
Free Yoga Classes, Sundays from 10:00 am - 11:00 am, Titika Active Couture, Oakville
Join us for FREE drop-in classes! Once you attend 7 free classes, you receive a $25 Titika Gift Card.
Art Crawl - James Street North, Hamilton
Art Crawl takes place on the second Friday of every month along James Street North where artists and local shop owners offer products and services from 7 - 10pm. It's a great time to take in the local coffee shops and mom and pop shops as well as many are open later. A must-see for anyone new to the city. The culmination of these artists
and main event, Super Crawl is held from September 8-10 this year, an event which attracts over 100,000 people.
Christmas Party 2016
Thanks to all who came out to our Christmas Party Brunch. We hope you and your family enjoyed the amazing food from the Water St. Cooker as much as we did and we hope to see you again next year!
Alton Village Clean-Up Day 2016
Thanks to all who came out to help keep our community clean. We packed up many garbage bags and managed to clear out a lot of construction debris, along with the odd broken bike and mattress. Burlington and more specifically, Alton Village appreciate all the hard work!