Final Weekend of the Summer! (And the best forecast of them all!)

Check out Bob’s Top 5! (Family friendly fun within about an hour’s drive!)

  1. St. George: Applefest  At this time of year, St George comes alive and hosts a fantastic get together highlighting apples, pies, crafts, artisans, live entertainment, kids’ activities and much more. Savour a glass of wine from Reif Estate Winery or enjoy a glass of beer. Need some retail therapy? Then shop, shop, shop and choose from 130 vendors’ wares. There is a great selection of home decor, antiques and jewelry and don’t miss the outstanding choice of fresh local pies, cider, jams and honey. How about them apples? Saturday 10-6PM (Street Party 6-10) Sunday (10-5PM) http://bit.ly/1uASpHV
  2. Burlington: 34th Annual British Car Day. British Car Day is hosted annually by the Toronto Triumph Club, on the third Sunday of September. Since its inaugural event in 1984, it has grown in leaps and bounds, and now draws around 1,000 British cars and 8,000 spectators, with room to grow even bigger. British Car Day features vintage, classic and current British manufactured vehicles, including motorcycles. Sunday http://bit.ly/1wbDIgo
  3. Fergus: 181st Annual Fall Fair  There are lot of reasons that this fair is back for the 181st time! Come for the traditional fall fare: truck and tractor pulls, agriculture shows, & the midway, And then check out the shows! Back by popular demand are the Canadian Cowgirls Rodeo Drill Team! The Antique and Classic Car Show takes place in centre field on Sunday and the Diamonds in the Ruff Dog Show has 3 showings on Saturday and 1 on Sunday. See you at the fair! Saturday 9AM-midnight Sunday 8AM-5PM http://bit.ly/2cEMZIs
  4. Waterloo: 20th Annual Royal Medieval Faire: The faire is an interactive day consisting of vendors, hands-on displays, food & beverages, games, celtic music, magic, swordplay, ceili (old-fashion Irish dance), authentic costumes & decorations, plus much more. Waterloo Park West Saturday 11AM-6PM http://bit.ly/2aGbYsy
  5. Hamilton: Telling Tales Festival For Kids Literacy. Telling Tales is committed to inspiring a love of reading and raising awareness of the importance of literacy. It is all about stories with performances, readings, book signings, costumed characters, book swaps, and a children’s activity centre. Bring your kids to one of Canada’s leading children’s literary festivals. Sunday: Westfield Heritage Village. 10-4PM http://bit.ly/2gX6P7C

 

image: androidpit.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

Posted in All Stories, Annoucer Blogs, Bob Murray, News & Sports, Whats Happening

+ Follow Us

 

+ Upcoming Events

  1. Let It Be: A Celebration of the Music of the Beatles

    October 19 @ 7:30 pm - 11:00 pm
  2. 2017 NHL Alumni VS Law Enforcement All Stars game

    October 27 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm

+ On-Air & Shows