Canada Day 150 events across Niagara
Plenty to see and do this Canada 150 long weekend. Below is a list of some of the events happening in Niagara:
Niagara on the Lake-
8am- Rotary Club Pancake Breakfast in Simcoe Park
12 pm- Rotary Club BBQ Lunch in Simcoe Park
3 pm- Giant "Cakewalk Parade" on Queen Street to Simcoe Park
At the Fort-
6pm- Friends of Fort George BBQ
6:30pm- Evening program begins with Kiddie Militia and Drill, 41st Regiment Fife and Drum Corps, and musical entertainment Howling Horns
9 am- Flag raising at Centennial Gardens
12 pm- Live entertainment, family activities, midway and birthday cake at Rennie Park in Port Dalhousie.
11 am- 3 pm- St. Catharines Museum and Welland Canals Centre annual Dominion Day Picnic
10 pm- Port Dalhousie Lions Club Fireworks on Henley Island.
8 am-1K & 5K Run or Walk for St. John Ambulance at Oakes Park
9 -10 am -Citizenship Ceremony in the Niagara Falls Public Library, 4848 Victoria Ave.
11 am - Canada Day Parade begins from Victoria at Jepson to Valley Way & Queen, ending at Queen & St. Clair
12 pm- 4 pm-Scotiabank Children’s Zone & Scotiabank Children’s Stage at the Rosberg Family Park (Queen & Ontario)
9:45 a.m.- Mayor Campion and Welland Hydro representatives will bid farewell to the city’s 150th time capsule, and welcome a surprise gift to Civic Square.
12 pm-10 pm- Family Fun in Merritt Park. Free activities on the water all from the King Street Docks. Final Round for the Canada 150 Talent Showcase starts at 2:30 pm.
9:50 pm- Fireworks
11 am -12pm- Parade through Ridgeway
10 pm-10:30 pm- Fireworks, Fort Erie Waterfront (Lakeshore Rd. at Beatrice St.)
10 am- Family events in H.H Knoll Park, with fireworks along the canal at dusk
12 pm- Community celebration at the Battle of Beaverdams Park, followed by fireworks at 10:15
12:45 to midnight- Fun and festivities in Harold Black Park
3 pm - Grand Parade from AK Wigg School to Harold Black Park
10:15 pm - Fireworks in Harold Black Park
3pm- Parade, live entertainment, Marshville Village will be open, free bbq, activities and programs, face painting, a street dance, and kids movie
11 am - 5pm- Block Party downtown Smithville, with artists, vendors, food and more
7 pm to 10:30 pm- Concert and fireworks, 177 West Street
10 am to 3 pm- Fun and excitement for the whole family at the Museum, Nelles Manor Museum and in Coronation Park
1 pm-10 pm- Festivities in Charles Daley Park
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