Happy almost Daylight Savings, happy weekend, and happy March Break! We did it friends, it was another chilly week, but the weekend is looking up: warmer weather, brighter days (the spring countdown is on), and two full days to get out and experience your local communities. Keep reading for tips and events to help plan your weekend adventure.
Ancaster Spring Craft Show and Market
Get into that warm spring vibe and visit the Ancaster Spring Craft Show at the Ancaster Fairgrounds this Saturday. Meet over 150 vendors specializing in woodworking, jewellery, and more. After shopping, unwind with some tasty treats in the tearoom.
Grab your sled and visit one of six parks in Burlington where you can toboggan before the snow melts. Or, lace up your skates and visit a neighbourhood rink. Warm up with hot chocolate or cappuccino at Tamp Coffee Co. on Brant Street. If you are looking to turn on your taste buds, head to D Hot Shoppe on Fairview Street for real Caribbean food to beat these winter blues. Voted Burlington’s #39 Best
Roti Restaurant, this place is darn delicious, but don’t take our word for it, experience it for yourself.
For the Harry Potter fans in the crowd, Potted Potter, a parody that condenses all seven Harry Potter books (and a real-life game of Quidditch) into 70 hilarious minutes is playing this weekend at The Studio on Summers Lane.
Whether you are looking for a game night out with friends, or an afternoon of fun with the kiddos, Gameopolis on King Street has you covered with a vast selection of games from all genres: strategy, party, family, trivia & more. Get reacquainted with all your childhood favourites, challenge your friends to some intense competition, or simply learn something new, you’ll find a game for you. Bonus: Kids get to play for free until March 31st
Are you in the market for a new home? Curious about moving, but don’t know where to start? Join Team Smulders and The Sullivan Team this Sunday for two open houses from 2 – 4 pm , and to chat all things real estate. Check out 304-2085 Amherst Heights Drive in Burlington – this two bedroom, two bath space offers plenty of natural light, and lots of room for entertaining. Don’t miss out on this home that is central to shopping centres, restaurants, parks and more. Next, head to 499 East 16th Street in Hamilton. This legal duplex has been recently updated and is move in ready!
More things to do and see this weekend: Gage Park Spring Tide Bulb Show, James Street North Art Crawl, Maple Syrup Festival at Westfield, I Heart Beer & Tacos Festival, and if you’re hungry, check out this amazing list of places to eat in Hamilton.