Your guide to Canada Day around Niagara


St. Catharines:

Fun family activities, live music and other festivities at Rennie Park in beautiful Port Dalhousie.

Enjoy free leisure swims on Canada Day at all the City's pools.

The Port Dalhousie Lions Club fireworks will be held at 10 p.m. from Henley Island.  Residents can view the fireworks from Jaycee Park or Rennie Park

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Niagara Falls:

Canada Day parade kicks off  at 11:00 am at the corner of Victoria and Armoury and travels to Queen Street. 
Music, free rock climbing, inflatable and more, plus free birthday cake all in the Q District.
Ride your bike to the Canada Day Celebration and drop it off in the Bike Valet.

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Queen Victoria Park:

Extended Canada Day fireworks. Nightly Falls Fireworks shows take place all weekend at 10pm, with a special extended show on July 1st.

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Blues on the Battlefield runs from Friday, June 28th to Monday, July 1st in Battle of Beaverdams Park.  Free Admission.
Four days of music ending at 10:15 on Monday with fireworks.

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The Canada Day Parade will be held at 3:00pm sharp with the parade travelling from  AK Wigg to Harold Black Park.
The festivities in the park begin at 3:00 with live music, Professor Crookshank's Travelling Medicine Show, free birthday cake and more.
Fireworks at 10:15 pm.

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Paddle boards, pedal boats, canoes, and kayaks all free at the King Street docks or try WIBIT ON THE WATER! RodeoSplash and Wibit Flip give you the ultimate cool-down experience!
There's free musical entertainment  in Merritt Park along with  rock climbing wall, inflatables, face painting, arts and crafts, Canada Day Cake, Popup in the Park, Vendors and KubKar racing.
Fireworks at 9:50 pm.

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Opening ceremonies at arena at 5pm, followed by music, karaoke, bake auction, Geronimo Skydive and more.
Fireworks at 10 pm.

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Fun free activities in Charles Daley Park starting at 1 pm.
Mad Science Show, music, wrapping up with a fireworks show at 10 pm.

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Celebrate Canada Day at the Grimsby Museum. Crafts, games, activities, bounce castles, vendors and food from 11 am to 2 pm.  Free admission.

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Niagara on the Lake;

Festivities begin with a pancake breakfast in Simcoe Park. Watch as the 41st Regiment Fife and Drum Corps leads a giant birthday cake down Queen Street to Simcoe Park. Admission to Fort George is free on Canada Day! Join us for music, muskets and artillery demonstrations throughout the afternoon. Enjoy a BBQ dinner, music and fireworks in the evening!

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Port Colborne:

A day of events in H.H. Knoll Lakeview Park starting at 10 am.
Music, entertainment, hayrides, food and vendor fairs.
Fireworks (weather permitting) will take place along the canal wall on West Street at dusk.

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The Niagara Food and Craft Beer Festival kicks off Friday at 11 am in Montebello Park, St. Catharines.
The three day festival is free for the whole family.
There's live music, and even a wiener dog race.

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Fans of the Mandarin Restuarant can chow down for free this Canada Day.  Canadian citizens will be treated to a free meal on Monday at all of the Mandarin's 29 Ontario locations including Niagara Falls and St. Catharines.  It's all part of the chain's 40th anniversary celebration. Diners will need to show proof of citizenship.  It's all on a first come first served basis, the first seating is at noon and the last seating is at 8:30 pm.