So Much to Do and So Little Weekend!

Better Check out Bob’s Top 5! (fun things to do within an hour’s drive)

  1. Dundas: 20th Annual Studio Tour. Browse through eight different artist studios in and around Dundas featuring the finest craft SW Ontario has to offer. Purchase works of art — pottery, weaving, textiles, jewellery, blown glass, and more — directly from a selection of thirty artists. Each studio offers a draw for a special art prize. Saturday and Sunday 10-5PM http://bit.ly/2wSHFJC
  2. Burlington, Milton & Oakville: Doors Open Halton. Visit all the heritage sites, noteworthy buildings, and interesting locations in Halton – FREE of charge today. Many of these buildings and locations will offer special activities throughout the day. Saturday 10AM-4PM. Find all of the sites participating here: http://bit.ly/1l7wMcr
  3. Guelph: 2017 Fall Rural Romp. The Wellington Rural Romp is a self guided tour and your chance to get up & close to your local food providers. Experience a day in the countryside, meet local farmers, eat, learn about food and experience the local bounty. At each location, you will find farmers and business owners who are passionate about bringing real taste and local food to you. Saturday 10AM-4PM. To find out more about the participants and to download a map of the area: http://bit.ly/2yoXIQz
  4. Caledonia: 145 Annual Fall Fair. For nearly 150 years now, Caledonians have enjoyed the great traditions of the country fair – such as livestock shows, homecraft, great food and the midway – combined with continuous entertainment to create the perfect Autumn outing for the entire family. From Madame Buskerfly to the Superdogs and from the pie eating contest to the Red White & Wow Magic- you will find it all at the fair! Fairgrounds on Hwy 54: Saturday 10AM-10PM Sunday 11AM-6PM. http://bit.ly/2xwgaaP
  5. Oakville: Calendar Girls. When Annie’s husband John dies of leukemia, she and best friend Chris resolve to raise money for a new settee in the local hospital waiting room. They manage to persuade four fellow Women’s Institute members to pose nude with them for an “alternative” calendar, with a little help from hospital porter and amateur photographer Lawrence. Saturday 8PM. Sunday 2PM and 8PM. Oakville Centre for the Performing Arts. http://bit.ly/2y55yCZ
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