1. Jordan Village: 20 Valley’s Winter Winefest. Food and drink lovers descend on the 10th annual WineFest. This free admission event showcases some of the best VQA wines from celebrated winemakers and gastronomic pleasures from local culinary talent. The festival attracts more than 8,000 visitors, showcases more than 20 wine and restaurant vendors and features 3 musical headliners as well. Saturday and Sunday all day! http://bit.ly/2H3L6HL
2. St Catharines. Where the Universe Sings: The Spiritual Journey of Lawren Harris. An intimate portrait of Canada’s most renowned artist, and the expansive landscapes that inspired him. Co-founder and leader of the legendary Group of Seven, Harris has become the most valued artist in Canadian history. His canvasses routinely sell at auction for several million dollars. Saturday 4pm. First Ontario Performing Arts Centre. http://bit.ly/2TzH632
3. Waterdown: Winter Camping at Valens Conservation Area. Winter doesn’t mean the end of camping! The Valens Winter Camping Program runs from January 1 to April 30, annually. Campsites offer lake views and forest covered areas, and radio free zones. Up to six people are permitted per campsite. Reservations not required. Please note that the water is shut off in the area except at the Hilltop Comfort Station. http://bit.ly/2Cm4c6i
4. Niagara IceWine Festival! Niagara-On-The-Lake. The Festival Discovery Pass is your key to three weekends of wine and culinary adventures at wineries across Niagara. Discovery Pass holders can enjoy eight experiences per pass indulging in wine and culinary pairings at each winery crafted specifically to celebrate the season. There is no finer way to experience the bounty of winter than travelling the wine route, sipping and savouring the best in local Icewine, table wines and cuisine. Saturday and Sunday http://bit.ly/2TCMz9x
5. Last of the Levees!