Thursday, May 2, 2019     Lori VanDinther      General

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Burlington Events

There are so many great events and festivals in Burlington this spring. There’s something happening almost everyday, you won’t be board. There are art tours around Burlington with the mayor, Mother’s Day brunches, the Lobster fest, the Sound of Music Festival and so much more.

Walk Meet-Up

Location: Civic Square

When: May 6th at 11am

Admission: Free

Walk with the Mayor of Burlington Mayor Marianne Meed Ward to various art installations in Burlington (approx. 2.5km). You’ll be learning about the installations origin and history. It's recommended that you wear comfortable shoes because you will be doing lots of walking. 


Mother’s Day Brunch

Location: Burlington Convention Centre, 1120 Burloak Drive

When: May 12th from 11:30am to 3pm

Admission: $49 (adults), $29 (children 4-12)

Enjoy a beautiful Mother’s Day brunch in Burlington this spring with the ones you love. The Burlington Convention Centre is serving up a great brunch that will include bakery items, Belgian waffles, a salad bar, a hot carving station, desserts and a chocolate fountain. You need to book a table for this event in advance.


Rotary Club of Burlington 48th Annual Lobsterfest

Location: Burlington Central Arena, 519 Drury Lane

When: May 25th from 5:30pm to 10:30pm

Admission: $75 (all ages)

Celebrate the 48th annual Rotary Club of Burlington Lobsterfest in support of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Halton and Hamilton and The Angel Project. The Lobsterfest will also include chicken and ribs, there’s something for everyone. This is an event you won't want to miss, make sure you buy tickets ASAP. 


Sound Of Music Festival

Location: Spencer Smith Park

When: Saturday June 8th from 3pm to 11pm

Admission for ticketed shows: $75 (adults), $25 (youth). All VIP and front row tickets are sold out. For the regular shows admission is free.

This will be the 40th year of the Sound Of Music Festival in Spencer Smith Park. And this year there's an incredible line up planned. Brant street has lots of vendors and musical performances to see as well as in the park. You will want to get downtown Burlington this spring to experience the famous Sound Of Music Festival for yourself.


Thinking About Moving to Burlington?

There are so many reasons to choose Burlington as a place to call home. Festivals and events are just some of them. And the neighbourhood of Millcroft is one of the most sought after. If you’re thinking about making a move, contact me and let’s find your dream home!

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