Have lunch and support Flamborough Youth! Every Friday, starting May 18, Flamborough Connects will be grilling up burgers, sausages and hotdogs from 11:00am – 1:00pm in the Waterdown Turkstra parking lot. A $5 donation includes a burger or sausage and a cold drink. A $4 donation includes a hot dog and cold drink. Got a household project in the works? Stop by Turkstra for materials and grab some lunch at the same time. All proceeds go to support Flamborough Connects youth programming.
Presented by the Merchants of Waterdown BIA, rain or shine, every Saturday from May 26 until October 20. Held in the Legion parking lot, over 30 vendors with local fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, herbs, preserves, wine, maple syrup and more.
Four food trucks each week at St James United Church, 306 Parkside Drive. Tuesdays from May 29 to August 28 featuring a rotation of trucks in the front lawn area. Seating is provided to enjoy your meal, and room for kids to play. Invite friends, family and neighbours.
Bring your family, friends, chairs and blankets to sit under the stars and enjoy some new family classics this summer at the Hamilton Conservation Authority!
Films in the Forest returns this summer to Dundas Valley, Fifty Point and Valens Lake Conservation Areas. HCA will be screening six films in our conservation areas throughout July and August to be enjoyed by you and your family! Cost is $15 per car, free for HCA members.
July 21: Jumanji at Dundas Valley
July 28: Coco at Valens Lake
August 11: Despicable Me 3 at Fifty Point
August 18: Black Panther at Dundas Valley
August 25: Peter Rabbit at Valens Lake
September 2: Wrinkle in Time at Fifty Point
There will be music in the air and dancing in the streets in Waterdown Memorial Park for this annual music festival.
Children Kindergarten to Grade 5 are invited to enjoy games, crafts, stories, singing, puppets, snacks and more at Bethel Church. Registration and details at 905-689-7796 or click the link below.
St. James United Church, Waterdown, children ages 3-10 years old.
Every half hour starting at 8:30, walk into the haunted woods at night with the only tour of its kind anywhere. Experience the conflict between calm and fear at Dundas Valley Conservation Area. A quiet stroll in the forest mixed with dark energy from one of the oldest communities in Ontario. Soon you arrive at a place filled with ghost stories told over generations at this hidden historic gem. it’s just your group, alone in the dark with ghosts. Stories of tragic love, cults and the coachman who still walks among the trees. Parking and the Gatehouse Museum included.
Enjoy a pig roast at Millgrove United Church. Tickets can be purchased by calling 905-689-7144 or Shirley 905-689-8617 ($20 each)