Happy weekend, friends! The weather forecast this weekend looks frightful, but to beat those cold January blues, Team Smulders has rounded up a list of activities to experience with family and friends this weekend. Happy exploring, stay warm, and don’t forget to tag @trsmulders in your adventures – we want to see what you get up to this weekend!
If you’re not scared of spiders, or critters that crawl, then the latest Royal Botanical Gardens exhibit is for you. Check out Spiders Alive, opening Saturday, January 19th and explore the amazing adaptations and behaviours of over 17 species of spiders and creatures.
Are the kids going a bit stir crazy? Take them to the Dundas Museum and Archives this weekend and explore the history of the local community while taking part in interactive learning exhibits.
Don’t let the snowy weather get in the way of having fun outdoors, bundle up and hit the trails at Christie Lake Conservation Area. With over 10-kms, Christie Lake’s recreational trail system will take you through peaceful meadows and towering pine forests. Trails are accessible by foot, snowshoe or cross-country skis. The conservation area is open daily from dusk until dawn. Be sure to visit the Tiny Shop Bakery directly across the street for some well-earned, freshly baked goodies to take home. Need to rent equipment, visit nearby MEC for gear rentals.
Get your tickets for the Light & Sound Installation at the Cotton Factory happening this weekend, Saturday, January 19th – Monday, January 21st. Atmospheric Studies is a project focused on organizing artistic installations that engage experimental uses of lights and sound. This is a Hamilton experience not to be missed.
Visit Kit Ward this Sunday for an open house at 310 Morden Road in Oakville. This spacious four-level side-split is located on a large corner lot in a well-established neighbourhood and could be your next family dream home. Stop by and say hi to Kit, and learn more about this five-bedroom, two-bath home.