Happy Thanksgiving Day! Need to Walk Off Some Turkey Dinner Calories?

Check out Bob’s Top 5  (Thanksgiving Special Edition)

1. Simcoe: Norfolk County Fair. 115,000 visitors can’t be wrong. Here you will find something for the whole family from a huge selection of horse and livestock shows, a great concert roundup, 5 days of motorsports (including the demo derby) and the winning results of 15,000+ entries in competitions from pumpkins to poultry to photography. Did I forget the midway and all the munchies on sight! Last day today! https://bit.ly/2dLtHkt

2. Kitchener: Oktoberfest – 50th Anniversary! You won’t want to miss this one! Organizers ar set to tap the keg on a celebration that promises to be Wunderbar! New this year is the brand new hall Oktoberfesthaus that will accommodate up to 4,500 festival-goers! There’s also the 50th anniversary “Dream Car Lottery” that will see someone drive home a brand new 2018 Porsche Boxster black on black cabriolet. Great entertertainment, the annual Thanksgiving Day Parade today (150,000 spectators enjoy this every year), and the all new Ride ‘n Stein. Today (and onwards) https://bit.ly/2NugGAH

4. Wilsonville: Thanksgiving Day at Whistling Botanical Gardens. It’s the last day of our garden season: bring a friend, camera, picnic lunch and enjoy your holiday Monday here! Enjoy North America’s largest public Peony Collection! Our Conifer Collection now also surpasses 2,300 different species, hybrids and cultivars; again the largest in North America on public display. Come out and enjoy the special day at a special price – 4 Adults & unlimited children $30. Today all day. https://bit.ly/2rNLTBH (south of Brantford off Hwy 24)

4. Rockton: 166th Rockton World’s Fair. Don’t miss out on one of the largest agricultural and livestock events in Canada! From midway rides, to the agriculture barns, performances, live music, and so much more; this event is named one of Ontario’s top 10 fairs. Don’t miss  the Talent Show today  at 1PM and the Demolition Derby taking place at 5:30!  LAST DAY!  https://www.rocktonworldsfair.com/

5. Guelph: Thanksgiving Day Races.  They have been held in downtown Guelph for over a hundred years. There are races for everyone – from 2 years old to 91 years old! The races are held on a one mile loop held around Exhibition Park , with the races being held consecutively, providing a great couple of hours of entertainment for both participants and spectators. Same-day registration starts at 9am at Exhibition Park. Arrive early, it can be crowded just before race start (and pick up your chip timer before the race!) https://bit.ly/2QBhWQ5

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