Find out times and places here! Check out Bob’s Top 5!
1. Santa Claus Parades!
a) Brantford: Saturday from Stanley St. ending at Harmony Square @ 6PM http://bit.ly/2fTl5vC
b) Caledonia: Saturday 11AM from Caledonia Fairgrounds http://bit.ly/2mL0Wgq
c) Smithville: Saturday from the Community Centre at 2PM sharp: http://bit.ly/2hPvvjr
d) Elora: Saturday: Christmas in Toyland takes place from Geddes St at Sophia at 6:15 http://bit.ly/2iPv1qw
e) Flamborough: Saturday 6:30PM from Hamilton Street across from Memorial Park. http://bit.ly/1NR45fC
f) Puslinch: Sunday from the Firehall 2PM 7404 Wellington Rd 34. http://bit.ly/2hFPXPQ
2. Simcoe: Panorama of Lights! Thousands of lights and themed displays transform Simcoes downtown parks into a winter wonderland. Stroll the parkland at your leisure or step aboard our horse-drawn trolley (weekends) Saturday 6PM Opening Ceremony. Wellington Park http://bit.ly/2fMrU1R
3. Burlington: Bronte Village Annual Tree Lighting and Carol Sing Along. Join the fun in Centriller Square for the Bronte Village Annual Tree Lighting and Carol Sing Along from 4:00pm – 6:30pm. Activities include a photo-op with Santa and Mrs. Claus, fun for the kids, performances by the Tempus Choral Society and The Salvation Army Oakville Choir and free munchies and drinks courtesy local businesses. Saturday 4-6:30PM Centriller Square. http://bit.ly/2hF3NC3
4. Oakville: Hometown Hockey. The Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour is making a stop in Oakville for a two-day festival celebrating hockey and Oakville’s love of the game. The event will feature local celebrities, free activities, games, interactive experiences and live entertainment for all ages. Special guests at the Festival include: Vic Hadfield, Adam Graves, Paul Henderson, and Darcy Tucker Saturday 12-6PM Sunday 11AM on. http://bit.ly/2i0xE8L
5. Brantford: The Elora Singers. Take in a superb concert to kick off the holiday season! The critically-acclaimed Elora Singers, under the direction of Noel Edison, will present a beautiful concert celebrating Canada, the festive season and their absolute love of choral music. Sunday: Sanderson Centre. 3:30PM http://bit.ly/2AkFpAZ