1. Burlington: Winter Beer Festival. The 5th Annual is an exciting celebration of beer and beer food pairing in partnership with local restaurants and progressive craft brewers from across the province to help you with the winter blahs. Your ticket provides entry into the event, and 3 x 8oz beer, cider or wine samples. Saturday 4-11PM and Sunday 3-10PM Holiday Inn Burlington. (Don’t drink and drive!) http://bit.ly/2MA9XC2
2. Niagara Falls: The Show Must Go On. (Last Night!) Step into the dark and mysterious world of old time carnival acts and circus side shows as we bring to life the music of the hippy generation. Featuring the songs of Queen, Simon & Garfunkle, The Jackson 5, Aretha Franklin, Jefferson Airplane, Pink Floyd and many, MANY more! Don’t miss this high-octane, explosive production, jam-packed with nostalgia, lust, loss, love and MUSIC! Saturday 6:30PM Oh Canada Eh Dinner Theatre. http://bit.ly/2FXTW7X
3. Guelph: Robbie Burns Night Supper. Enjoy performances from the Guelph Pipe Band and highland dancers. Haggis, steak pie, silent auction table and cash bar. All ages welcome. Doors open at 6pm and Supper is at 6:30pm with the official address to the haggis. Saturday 6PM Rockmosa Community Hall http://bit.ly/2B7OTyp
4. St Catharines. Classic Albums Live: Dark Side of the Moon. Classic Albums Live and its roster of A-list musicians from across the country rock favourites exactly as you remember hearing them: Live, note for note, cut for cut. Dark Side of the Moon is quite possibly the most loved and well-known rock albums of all time. Pink Floyd’s 8th album remained in Billboard’s charts for 741 weeks from 1973 to 1988 with an estimated 45 million copies sold.
Saturday 7:30PM First Ontario Performing Arts Centre. http://bit.ly/2MwX3ot
5. Burlington: One Thing Leads to Another. Attention all Moms! This is an immensely popular and critically-acclaimed show commissioned by Young People’s Theatre, and created specifically for infants. As they develop and thrive, babies use all of their senses to learn about the world. In this play, performers engage with the audience using music, enticing visuals, and tactile experiences. After the performance, audience members can experiment with objects right on the stage – to have their own additional play experience. Recommended for babies and toddlers 3 months to 24 months. Sunday 11AM & 2PM. Burlington PAC. http://bit.ly/2DAzVTo