Friday, we meet again – short workweeks are such sweet treats! If you are looking for something fun to do this weekend, then keep on reading as we’ve highlighted some family-fun, and adult-friendly, events happening throughout our local neighbourhoods.
The 10th Annual Touch a Truck Event is at the Ancaster Fairgrounds this Saturday, May 25th from 10am – 3pm. Get up close and personal with vehicles of all sizes, meet the drivers and ask all those questions you have been curious to know the answers to. Proceeds from this event go to support education in the community and the Juravinski Hospital and Cancer Centre. Admission is $5. Kids under two are free!
Namaste the morning away at Nickel Brook Brewing Co. on Sunday morning at 9:30am for Yoga at the Brewery. Join yoga instructor Lisa Pisano for a yoga class, followed by beer and a tasty snack by Lettuce Love.
Every day at the Royal Botanical Gardens is a feast for your senses! Experience the fragrance of brilliant blooms and spectacular nature trails bursting with wildlife. Tempt your taste buds with unique culinary experiences celebrating locally sourced ingredients and regional brews, then immerse yourself in vibrant arts and culture with live summer concerts and the inspirational Dan Lawrie Sculpture Collection.
Runners, what are you doing this Saturday? Tie up those laces, and head to Sulphur Springs for one of the best days of running you will ever experience. The race starts at 6am at the Ancaster Community Centre and weaves its way through the beautiful trails of the Dundas Valley. The race offers events for everyone from the casual weekend warrior to the hard-core racer to the corporate team looking for a group challenge. Behind the scenes, the host Burlington Runners come together to make sure that this weekend event is memorable for all.
Experience Sir Allan MacNab’s kitchen in the historic, and iconic Dundurn Castle this Saturday from 10am – 12pm. Led by costumed staff, visitors will explore over 40 rooms and discover the history of the MacNab family and the servants who lived and worked below stairs to support their affluent lifestyle. In the 19th century servants were employed in large homes like Dundurn to do a variety of tasks such as washing, dusting, polishing and cooking. Assisted by Dundurn’s Cook Demonstrators, guests will work together to make a traditional recipe in the historic kitchen.
Farm Crawl Hamilton is this Saturday. Meet the growers, the farmers and the animals at this annual event that is fun for the whole family. Farm Crawl is an opportunity to get an inside look at the operations of many farms in Hamilton and the surrounding area. You choose which farms to visit and the ordering of the farms. Each farm is family run and your experience is designed by the farm. Please note that several of the farms on the farm crawl maintain regular hours when they are open to the public.
Are you one of the lucky ones who is seeing Cirque du Soleil: Corteo performed this weekend at the FirstOntario Centre? Corteo, which means cortege in Italian, is a joyous procession, a festive parade imagined by a clown. The show brings together the passion of the actor with the grace and power of the acrobat to plunge the audience into a theatrical world of fun, comedy and spontaneity situated in a mysterious space between heaven and earth.