School’s ending in just a few weeks and it’s the first official weekend of summer for the kids. There will be many Canada Day Events to attend in and around Toronto so if you don’t have plans already, check out some of these events and plan your weekend of fun. Many of them will be free to attend.
Each year we like to decorate with Canada Day themed items. We dress up in our themed gear for the day and head out for some fun. At the moment we are still in the planning stage. We will probably stay close to home this year but will attend 2 events, 1 during the day and 1 in the evening so we can enjoy the fireworks.
2018 Canada Day Events
Harbourfront Centre – June 29 – July 2, 2018
Enjoy family-friendly activities and entertainment with a theme of “One Land, many Nations”.
Toronto Rib Fest – June 29 – July 2, 2018
Fun, food, Kid Zone and entertainment on 3 different stages with fireworks to end the evening.
Black Creek Pioneer Village – July 1 and July 2, 2018
Party like it’s 1867, enjoy Carnival events, music and more. Free Admission on July 1.
Amesbury Park – July 1, 2018
Multicultural entertainment, children’s activities including a talent search, flea market and fireworks.
Fort York – July 1, 2018
Family-friendly activities, demonstrations, tours and performances.
Demonstrations include historic blacksmithing, spinning, weaving and leatherworking.
Bronte Heritage Waterfront Pk – July 1, 2018
Family activities, music and food trucks will begin in the park at 6 p.m. and fireworks show starting at 10 p.m.
Niagara Falls – June 29 – July
Beginning Friday and ending Sunday, enjoy a fun-filled weekend of entertainment, fun for the entire family.
Fireworks will begin between 9:45 and 10:00 pm
- Amesbury Park
- Canada’s Wonderland
- Centennial Park
- Downsview Park
- Mel Lastman Square
- Mississauga Celebration Square
- Port Credit Memorial Park
- Stan Wadlow Park
- Harbourfront Centre
- Ashbridge’s Bay
- Markham Civic Centre,
- Richmond Green Park
- Chinguacousy Park
- Milliken Park
All fireworks are weather permitting
If you are heading north of Toronto check out the 400eleven for more listings.