out of town event list­ings

COTTAGE COUN­TRY HAS MORE go­ing for it than nat­u­ral beauty. Within a fourhour car ride of Toronto, great out­ings, mu­sic, theatre, fairs and fes­ti­vals like th­ese hap­pen all sea­son.

NOW Magazine - Hot Summer Guide - - THEATRE - Com­piled by JU­LIA HOECKE

En­vi­rons 905 • Oakville Hamil­ton • Burling­ton

EVENTS/FES­TI­VALS

rBREAD AND HONEY Streetsville cel­e­brates Jun 3-5 with a pa­rade, sports, mu­sic and a can­dle­light­walk. $6 wknd pass, $5 Sun only, $2 child un­der 12. Streetsville Me­mo­rial Park and down­town. 905-816-1640.

CARABRAM Mul­ti­cul­tural fest has 11 dif­fer­ent pavil­ions rep­re­sent­ing cul­tures and her­itage through dance, dis­plays and food. Jul 9-11, var­i­ous venues in Bramp­ton. Pass­port $10, adv $8. 416-452-4917,www.carabram.com.

rDUNDAS BUSKERFEST Out­door street com­edy and car­ni­val. Jun 3-5. Fri 6 to 10 pm, Sat noon to 10 pm, Sun noon to 6 pm. Free. Cross to John, down­town Dun­das. 905-627-1287.

EVERDALE EN­VI­RON­MEN­TAL LEARN­ING CEN­TRE Home Alive!, en­vi­ron­men­tally smart house open house Jun 25. $5, stu/srs $3. Nia sol­stice dance cel­e­bra­tion Jun 24, 7-9 pm. $20. The Buzz On Bees sem­i­nar Jul 23. $55. Work­shops on so­lar en­ergy sys­tems, wind power, or­ganic gar­den­ing and more. Hills­burg. 519-855-4859, www.everdale.org.

rFIESTA WEEK Oshawa hosts a mul­ti­cul­tural cel­e­bra­tion in­clud­ing food and en­ter­tain­ment at in­ter­na­tional pavil­ions and a con­cert at Me­mo­rial Park. Jun 19 to 25. $8, srs $4, un­der 14 free. 905-725-1624, www.fi­estaweek.ca.

rGEORGETOWN VIL­LAGE FES­TI­VAL En­ter­tain­ment, danc­ing, fam­ily fun. Jun 17-18. 905-8734970, www.down­town­ge­orge­town.com.

rGO SKATE­BOARD DAY Watch, par­tic­i­pate or learn about skate­board­ing at three skate parks Jun 21: Maple Park (Maple Ave, Burling­ton), Shell Park (Lakeshore at Bur­loak, Oakville) and Beasley Bowl (Beasley Comm Ctr, 27 Eli­gan Rd, Hamil­ton). www.trans­fer­skate­boards.com.

HAMIL­TON IN­TER­NA­TIONAL TAT­TOO Pipes and drums, dancers and more. Jun 12 at 2:30 pm. $27, srs $22, stu $18, un­der 13 $15. Copps Coli­seum, 101 York, Hamil­ton. 905-546-4040.

HAMIL­TON PRIDE FES­TI­VAL Pride events run Jun 11-19 w/ rally and march Jun 18, 11:30 am12:30 pm, mar­ket, en­ter­tain­ment (Canada Marine Dis­cov­ery Cen­tre, 57 Guise E) noon to 6 pm. Free, some tick­eted events. 905-528-0207 ext 45, www.hamil­ton­pride.com.

HANDS AND FEET RUN All ages 10 or 5 K run, 1.3 K walk, Jun 4. 9 am. $3-$35. Bruce’s Mills Con­ser­va­tion Area, War­den/Stouf­fville Rd,

www.run­ningroom.com.

HER­ITAGE FAIRE AND MILI­TIA MUSTER Georgina Pi­o­neer Vil­lage hosts a day of his­tory and reen­act­ment Jun 11-12. 10 am to 5 pm. $2, un­der 5 free. 26557 Civic Rd, Keswick. 905-4764305, www.up­per­cana­di­an­her­itage.com/ lakes­im­coe.

rINTERNATIONAL CHIL­DREN’S FES­TI­VAL OF

MISSISSAUGA Jack Grun­sky, Emerita Emeren­cia, Loretta Penny and oth­ers en­ter­tain Jun 14-18. $9, fam­ily $27. Free out­door ac­tiv­i­ties 9:30 am to 3:30 pm. Living Arts Cen­tre, 4141 Living Arts, Mississauga. 905-306-6141, www.kids­fes­ti­val. org.

NEW­MAR­KET DOORS OPEN DAY Learn about Quaker her­itage and the his­tory of this Rouge Trail town. Jun 11, 10 am-4 pm. Free. 905-9535314, www.new­mar­ket.ca.

24 HR SUM­MER BIKE RACES Watch the sol­stice race, Jun 18-19 from noon to noon. $4.25, srs $3.25, child $2.25. Hot Aug nights race Aug 2021. Al­bion Hills Con­ser­va­tion Area, hwy 50, north of Bolton. www.chico­rac­ing.com.

rUNIONVILLE VIL­LAGE FES­TI­VAL Main streets’ her­itage build­ings come alive. Waiter races, pa­rade 10 am, 5K fun run, fire­works and lots more. Jun 4-6. Crosby Park, Too­good Pond and Main St. www.unionville­fes­ti­val.com.

WIND­FALL ECOL­OGY FES­TI­VAL Sus­tain­able living

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