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Weekend Roundup: May 28th – 30th

Posted: May 28, 2021

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Weekend Roundup Hamilton and Burlington: May 28th – 30th

Ride to Live – Ride the Highway My Way

Anywhere
Free – $35
Starts May 30th – Spet 12th

Join us from anywhere in Canada to complete 5 poker stops so you get your poker hand. Top 3 poker hands win. This year these stops/clues will be focused on Riding Through History. You can start working on the stops starting May 30 and completed selfies must be submitted by September 10th. To finish travel to the location of the clue and take a picture. Once you have finished the 5 poker stops simply submit your 5 selfies and then you will et your poker punches. Awards and closing ceremonies will be online on September 12 at 1 pm PST.

Ukulele Music Jam/Play – Listen – Teach – Learn

May 30th
Free

Let’s have fun hanging out and playing or listening to everything Ukulele.

Share playing together or just listen in. Share Youtube videos. If you know how to play, maybe help others learn. If your just learning, hang out and, learn more. The man thing is to Have fun together so anything is okay.

Also, Visit or Join our Ukulele Group to be part of our Ukulele Friends Community. https://groups.ezumee.com/ezumee-ukulele-international

Walk The Burlington Waterfront Trail

Free

Eight waterfront parks, a beautiful beach, a vibrant renewed downtown waterfront, a pier, and a promenade make Burlington a favourite stop.

Burlington’s trail splits into two sections at Maple Avenue and Lakeshore Rd.: one travels along the Beachway over the lift bridge and the second follows the pretty residential North Shore Blvd or Lakeshore Rd. Parking: Paletta Lakefront Park – 4250 Lakeshore Rd.

Walk Along the Pier

Free

Brant Street Pier is an S-shaped pier that extends 137 meters over Lake Ontario. The pier boasts fabulous views of the lake and Burlington’s shoreline.

Walk along the pier and feel the wind in your hair as you admire the views. For the best views, go up the circular staircase to the elevated deck.

The pier is open between 7 am and 11 pm, so you can enjoy the views in the morning, afternoon, or night. You can also go fishing off the pier or cycling along with it.

Play a Round of Golf

Or play a few, as there are nine different places to play in or within reach of the city. Basically, no golfer will ever be bored in Burlington.

One of the most scenic courses in the Indian Wells Golf Club, which is an 18-hole course that is nestled at the foothills of Mt. Nemo. Though it is its sister club the Millcroft Golf Club that is recognized as the best golf course in the city.

There is also the prestigious Burlington Golf and Country Club, though you need to be with a member to golf here. The award-winning Hidden Lake Golf Club is another great place to play a round of golf.

 

References:

https://www.todocanada.ca/city/hamilton/event/ride-to-live-ride-the-highway-my-way/

https://www.todocanada.ca/city/hamilton/event/ukulele-music-jam-play-listen-teach-learn/

https://www.ontariotrails.on.ca/index.php?url=trails/view/burlington—waterfront-trail

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