Burlington Christmas Parade - Sunday, December 3, 2:00pm-4:00pm - Burlington
Delight in colourful floats, clowns, live music, mascots and jolly St. Nick himself! Starting at 2 pm by Burlington Mall at the corner of Prospect Street and Guelph Line, the parade then marches along Guelph Line to New Street, travels west along New Street to James Street, then north on Brant Street. The parade route finishes at Brant Street and Caroline.
Ongoing Local Events
Picture Your Pet with Santa - 245 Dartnall Rd, Hamilton
Every Saturday & Sunday, November 12 – December 11 at the Hamilton/Burlington SPCA from 11am – 4 pm to snap a picture of your pet with Santa Claus. Every picture supports homeless animals in need at the shelter.
Christmas Open House - Springeridge Farm
Ho Ho Ho Santa Claus is coming to Springridge Farm! Weekends from November 26 to December 11, the days are loaded with Christmas activities for children and families. Paint a glass ball ornament for $5 or decorate a freshly baked Gingerbread Cookie to take home. Visit with Santa throughout the barn while enjoying hot cider. Let the kids select a Fraser Fir Christmas tree. See the bakers busy making cookies, fruit pies and tarts for the holiday season. Plus, Gift Baskets and Gourmet Foods, with dips, sauces, spreads, jams.
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.
Thompson Hart Team 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!