City of Burlington Community Calendar


Mar 27

BurlingtonGreen Annual Community Clean Up Green Up

Burlington’s annual Clean Up Green Up registration is now open. Sign up to participate in this popular and rewarding city-wide opportunity to safely collect litter from our communities, and you can also register to participate in various green up activities that you can do at home to help grow the local tree canopy and strengthen local biodiversity too!

BurlingtonGreen's 11th Annual Clean Up Green Up gets underway with an early start this year from Saturday, March 27th through to May 2nd, with opportunities for continued participation through to October 31, 2021. (We encourage groups to AVOID cleaning up Burlington on April 24th as there is another group organizing a city clean up, and we want to minimize the volume of people converging in parks on the same date.)

We invite you to safely gather your family, friends, social bubble, colleagues, community group or students to participate in this outdoor and physically distanced eco-action opportunity to clean up litter from Burlington’s parks, school yards, creek areas and neighbourhoods. Green Up activities encourage the removal of invasive plant species from home gardens, and the planting of native trees and pollinator plants. PLUS the dual-component annual event invites you to send along your eco-action photos, includes chances to win some great prizes, and we will be announcing some exciting FREE giveaways in the weeks ahead as well!

Visit www.burlingtongreen.org for further details and to sign up to participate!

Note: Your safety is of utmost importance - please be sure to follow Halton’s up-to-date COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions to ensure safe participation. Stay at home if you are unwell, wear a mask, keep 6 feet apart from others and adhere to the maximum outdoor gathering limits.

Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the City of Burlington, and other community supporters for helping to make this impactful opportunity possible.

Together we make a difference!

cugu@burlingtongreen.org



Mar 27

BurlingtonGreen Annual Community Clean Up Green Up

Burlington’s annual Clean Up Green Up registration is now open. Sign up to participate in this popular and rewarding city-wide opportunity to safely collect litter from our communities, and you can also register to participate in various green up activities that you can do at home to help grow the local tree canopy and strengthen local biodiversity too!

BurlingtonGreen's 11th Annual Clean Up Green Up gets underway with an early start this year from Saturday, March 27th through to May 2nd, with opportunities for continued participation through to October 31, 2021. (We encourage groups to AVOID cleaning up Burlington on April 24th as there is another group organizing a city clean up, and we want to minimize the volume of people converging in parks on the same date.)

We invite you to safely gather your family, friends, social bubble, colleagues, community group or students to participate in this outdoor and physically distanced eco-action opportunity to clean up litter from Burlington’s parks, school yards, creek areas and neighbourhoods. Green Up activities encourage the removal of invasive plant species from home gardens, and the planting of native trees and pollinator plants. PLUS the dual-component annual event invites you to send along your eco-action photos, includes chances to win some great prizes, and we will be announcing some exciting FREE giveaways in the weeks ahead as well!

Visit www.burlingtongreen.org for further details and to sign up to participate!

Note: Your safety is of utmost importance - please be sure to follow Halton’s up-to-date COVID-19 guidelines and restrictions to ensure safe participation. Stay at home if you are unwell, wear a mask, keep 6 feet apart from others and adhere to the maximum outdoor gathering limits.

Thank you to the Ontario Trillium Foundation, the City of Burlington, and other community supporters for helping to make this impactful opportunity possible.

Together we make a difference!

cugu@burlingtongreen.org



Jul 28

Burlington Artscape

Calling All Art Lovers ‘Burlington Artscape’, is a city-wide event featuring 50 4’ outdoor art pieces by 50 professional artists.

100% of the proceeds to Joseph Brant Hospital

Follow the amazing art as it progresses on instagram @burlingtonartscape

Order the Leaf, Support the Hospital, Beautify your property with professional art!

Visit our website to place credit card order Aug 6 12noon. or order today after viewing our instagram via e-transfer to our email address below.

Outdoor Show Aug 8,15,22 10-4 at Grace United, 2111 Walkers Line, Burlington

Email us artscapeforjbh***mail.com for more details

Picture 50 4' laser cut metal leaves painted by professional artists distributed all throughout Burlington! Its an amazing initiative of the Art Community, Business Community, Local Residents, all coming together in Covid to the aid of Joseph Brant Hospital for Critical Care expenses during Covid. Join our good news story. Follow us and order a leaf and come to our outdoor shows!!! See you there!!!

Visithttps://jbhf.akaraisin.com/ui/artscape2021 for more info and to read about the artists!


Jul 28

Burlington Artscape

Calling All Art Lovers ‘Burlington Artscape’, is a city-wide event featuring 50 4’ outdoor art pieces by 50 professional artists.

100% of the proceeds to Joseph Brant Hospital

Follow the amazing art as it progresses on instagram @burlingtonartscape

Order the Leaf, Support the Hospital, Beautify your property with professional art!

Visit our website to place credit card order Aug 6 12noon. or order today after viewing our instagram via e-transfer to our email address below.

Outdoor Show Aug 8,15,22 10-4 at Grace United, 2111 Walkers Line, Burlington

Email us artscapeforjbh***mail.com for more details

Picture 50 4' laser cut metal leaves painted by professional artists distributed all throughout Burlington! Its an amazing initiative of the Art Community, Business Community, Local Residents, all coming together in Covid to the aid of Joseph Brant Hospital for Critical Care expenses during Covid. Join our good news story. Follow us and order a leaf and come to our outdoor shows!!! See you there!!!

Visithttps://jbhf.akaraisin.com/ui/artscape2021 for more info and to read about the artists!


Jul 28

Virtual Committee of Adjustment Meeting

Due to COVID-19, Committee of Adjustment meetings will be held virtually. All Committee members, staff, applicants and delegations will participate remotely.

How to participate if I have comments or concerns?

Visit burlington.ca/coa for detailed information on how to submit written comments or participate as a registered delegate in the virtual hearing by webinar or telephone.

To allow all Committee of Adjustment members the opportunity to review and consider your comments and registration as a delegate, please provide your written submissions to be received no later than 12 p.m. (noon) the day before the hearing date. You are encouraged to pre-register as a delegate as soon as possible to facilitate an orderly registration process.

Watch or listen to the Virtual Committee of Adjustment Hearing:

The hearing will be held live through a virtual Zoom Webinar. Instructions, links and phone numbers for joining the meeting will be posted on the Committee of Adjustment webpage - burlington.ca/coa and City calendar event listing the day prior to the scheduled meeting. The link will be active 1 hour before the start time.


Jul 28

Virtual Committee of Adjustment Meeting

Due to COVID-19, Committee of Adjustment meetings will be held virtually. All Committee members, staff, applicants and delegations will participate remotely.

How to participate if I have comments or concerns?

Visit burlington.ca/coa for detailed information on how to submit written comments or participate as a registered delegate in the virtual hearing by webinar or telephone.

To allow all Committee of Adjustment members the opportunity to review and consider your comments and registration as a delegate, please provide your written submissions to be received no later than 12 p.m. (noon) the day before the hearing date. You are encouraged to pre-register as a delegate as soon as possible to facilitate an orderly registration process.

Watch or listen to the Virtual Committee of Adjustment Hearing:

The hearing will be held live through a virtual Zoom Webinar. Instructions, links and phone numbers for joining the meeting will be posted on the Committee of Adjustment webpage - burlington.ca/coa and City calendar event listing the day prior to the scheduled meeting. The link will be active 1 hour before the start time.


Jul 29

IA La Blouse Roumaine: A legacy - THE STORY IN A BAG

Part of the national Romania heritage, June 24 is dedicated to The Universal Day of the Romanian blouse, named “IE,” that recently become an authentic country brand, with many designers including it in their collections. Every summer, the event is marked in over 60 countries and 300 localities on six continents as a time when families and communities come together to tell stories, give thanks and create. Although we cannot gather due to COVID-19, we can bring our minds and hearts together and acknowledge this time of the summer, share stories and create with us. We invite you to join us for a two hours workshop where you will explore the intersection of the Romanian arts as we combine storytelling with art activities and with the opportunity to complete a final project at home.

During the workshop, the Facilitators will lead the activity as both the presentation and provide extensive ideas for those interested in adding more details for a finished piece. During the workshop, the residents will learn about the Romanian wood art object they will create by painting specific Romanian stitching patterns. The storytelling part of the workshop is a plead for the national immaterial cultural heritage- the Romanian fairy tale characters and their story. The participants will receive inside the bag two postcards with the characters from the Romanian stories as they will have to colour them as the imaginations will dictate. We need to be aware that we need to respect the origins and involve artisans by giving proper credit and sharing the benefits across cultures. By this project, with the help of the City of Burlington - Burlington Arts and Culture, we are looking to maximizing the capacity of the arts and the cultural sector by providing the opportunity to any residents to be exposed to the workshop knowledge.

Each family participating will receive the “Story in a Bag” delivered FREE OF CHARGE to Burlington residents at home with a limit of one bag per household. Any other families interested in participating outside of Burlington city can arrange a pick-up or delivery with the organizer. Kit contains enough materials for 2 participants/households.

PLEASE NOTE: Please choose one day from the available workshop dates. Each household can participate one time to allow more families to be part of our cultural journey.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: In order to participate fully and allow for the highest level of connectivity, you will need to have a laptop or desktop computer. For the purpose of the seminar, a computer or laptop monitor will enable you to better see and engage with the workshop content.

Be sure that you have the latest ZOOM desktop client installed to fully participate in all of the activities. Create an account for yourself with Zoom if you do not already have one. Make sure that your webcam, speakers and microphone are working properly on your device and on zoom. If you need assistance, please feel free to connect with us at arts4peoplemovement@gmail.com.

PAYMENT: We are offering this seminar opportunity free of charge, thanks to the City of Burlington - Burlington Arts and Culture department and our sponsors. Please know that the cost of this program per household (per kit) is approximately 80cad. We are not able to deliver the kits outside of Burlington. If you are interested in participating, please get in touch with us by email, and we will be more than happy to accommodate you. Please contact us and let us know if you need additional supports in order to attend the training. We will do our best to make arrangements for your accessibility needs.

For more information, contact us at: arts4peoplemovement@gmail.com



Jul 29

IA La Blouse Roumaine: A legacy - THE STORY IN A BAG

Part of the national Romania heritage, June 24 is dedicated to The Universal Day of the Romanian blouse, named “IE,” that recently become an authentic country brand, with many designers including it in their collections. Every summer, the event is marked in over 60 countries and 300 localities on six continents as a time when families and communities come together to tell stories, give thanks and create. Although we cannot gather due to COVID-19, we can bring our minds and hearts together and acknowledge this time of the summer, share stories and create with us. We invite you to join us for a two hours workshop where you will explore the intersection of the Romanian arts as we combine storytelling with art activities and with the opportunity to complete a final project at home.

During the workshop, the Facilitators will lead the activity as both the presentation and provide extensive ideas for those interested in adding more details for a finished piece. During the workshop, the residents will learn about the Romanian wood art object they will create by painting specific Romanian stitching patterns. The storytelling part of the workshop is a plead for the national immaterial cultural heritage- the Romanian fairy tale characters and their story. The participants will receive inside the bag two postcards with the characters from the Romanian stories as they will have to colour them as the imaginations will dictate. We need to be aware that we need to respect the origins and involve artisans by giving proper credit and sharing the benefits across cultures. By this project, with the help of the City of Burlington - Burlington Arts and Culture, we are looking to maximizing the capacity of the arts and the cultural sector by providing the opportunity to any residents to be exposed to the workshop knowledge.

Each family participating will receive the “Story in a Bag” delivered FREE OF CHARGE to Burlington residents at home with a limit of one bag per household. Any other families interested in participating outside of Burlington city can arrange a pick-up or delivery with the organizer. Kit contains enough materials for 2 participants/households.

PLEASE NOTE: Please choose one day from the available workshop dates. Each household can participate one time to allow more families to be part of our cultural journey.

TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: In order to participate fully and allow for the highest level of connectivity, you will need to have a laptop or desktop computer. For the purpose of the seminar, a computer or laptop monitor will enable you to better see and engage with the workshop content.

Be sure that you have the latest ZOOM desktop client installed to fully participate in all of the activities. Create an account for yourself with Zoom if you do not already have one. Make sure that your webcam, speakers and microphone are working properly on your device and on zoom. If you need assistance, please feel free to connect with us at arts4peoplemovement@gmail.com.

PAYMENT: We are offering this seminar opportunity free of charge, thanks to the City of Burlington - Burlington Arts and Culture department and our sponsors. Please know that the cost of this program per household (per kit) is approximately 80cad. We are not able to deliver the kits outside of Burlington. If you are interested in participating, please get in touch with us by email, and we will be more than happy to accommodate you. Please contact us and let us know if you need additional supports in order to attend the training. We will do our best to make arrangements for your accessibility needs.

For more information, contact us at: arts4peoplemovement@gmail.com



Jul 29

Housing Strategy Working Group Meeting

The Housing Strategy Working Group will meet every month starting on June 23 until June, 2022. Anyone interested in listening in to the meeting may attend as an observer. All meetings will be from 7:00-8:30 p.m. via Zoom.

The Working Group in support of the Housing Strategy to advise on local issues, be champions for the Housing Strategy and to provide key insights from a diversity of backgrounds, experiences and expertise.

To Join:
https://zoom.us/j/94455212028

Jul 29

Housing Strategy Working Group Meeting

The Housing Strategy Working Group will meet every month starting on June 23 until June, 2022. Anyone interested in listening in to the meeting may attend as an observer. All meetings will be from 7:00-8:30 p.m. via Zoom.

The Working Group in support of the Housing Strategy to advise on local issues, be champions for the Housing Strategy and to provide key insights from a diversity of backgrounds, experiences and expertise.

To Join:
https://zoom.us/j/94455212028

Aug 01

Fit in the Core

Join us for Open Air Fitness every Sunday in Downtown Burlington — free of charge. Something different every week. All you need to bring is a ma* & ***er bottle!

After a one-year hiatus Fit in the Core is back! Our wildly popular free outdoor fitness classes are returning every Sunday beginning on Sunday, July 25th at a new location! In order to adhere to physical distancing guidelines, we are proud to host Fit in the Core outside of the Art Gallery of Burlington in beautiful Brock Park. Now in its ninth season, Fit in the Core is a free one-hour class led by the fitness and wellness experts downtown. View full class schedule below.

This year’s presenting sponsor is Lisa-Marie Winning from Winning & Associates, IG Private Wealth Management. Lisa-Marie has over twenty years of experience in wealth management and financial planning, and is a resident and huge supporter of our downtown business community. Proudly sponsoring this season is Mallord Farms Inc.

View the full schedule at https://burlingtondowntown.ca/fit-in-the-core/

In the event of rain, the class will be cancelled and moved to the first possible rain date. All cancellations will be posted to our social media networks and updated on this event page.



Aug 01

Fit in the Core

Join us for Open Air Fitness every Sunday in Downtown Burlington — free of charge. Something different every week. All you need to bring is a ma* & ***er bottle!

After a one-year hiatus Fit in the Core is back! Our wildly popular free outdoor fitness classes are returning every Sunday beginning on Sunday, July 25th at a new location! In order to adhere to physical distancing guidelines, we are proud to host Fit in the Core outside of the Art Gallery of Burlington in beautiful Brock Park. Now in its ninth season, Fit in the Core is a free one-hour class led by the fitness and wellness experts downtown. View full class schedule below.

This year’s presenting sponsor is Lisa-Marie Winning from Winning & Associates, IG Private Wealth Management. Lisa-Marie has over twenty years of experience in wealth management and financial planning, and is a resident and huge supporter of our downtown business community. Proudly sponsoring this season is Mallord Farms Inc.

View the full schedule at https://burlingtondowntown.ca/fit-in-the-core/

In the event of rain, the class will be cancelled and moved to the first possible rain date. All cancellations will be posted to our social media networks and updated on this event page.



Aug 02

Heritage Week

Burlington’s Heritage Advisory Committee has put together an exciting lineup of activities in honour of Heritage Week, taking place from Aug. 2 to 8. A variety of events are planned, with a focus on sharing more about the happenings, issues and sites that have shaped Burlington.

Events include:

  • Virtual Hearth Demonstration from Museums of Burlington
  • a bike tour of Aldershot
  • heritage trivia pub crawl at some of Burlington's oldest pubs
  • a presentation from the Mississaugas of the Credit about the history of the land in the Burlington area
  • and more.

A detailed schedule of all the events taking place during Heritage Week, including locations and how to register, is available at Burlington.ca/burlheritage. All in-person programs planned will follow public health guidance where required, including physical distancing, capacity limits and wearing masks or face coverings.



Aug 02

Heritage Week

Burlington’s Heritage Advisory Committee has put together an exciting lineup of activities in honour of Heritage Week, taking place from Aug. 2 to 8. A variety of events are planned, with a focus on sharing more about the happenings, issues and sites that have shaped Burlington.

Events include:

  • Virtual Hearth Demonstration from Museums of Burlington
  • a bike tour of Aldershot
  • heritage trivia pub crawl at some of Burlington's oldest pubs
  • a presentation from the Mississaugas of the Credit about the history of the land in the Burlington area
  • and more.

A detailed schedule of all the events taking place during Heritage Week, including locations and how to register, is available at Burlington.ca/burlheritage. All in-person programs planned will follow public health guidance where required, including physical distancing, capacity limits and wearing masks or face coverings.



Aug 11

Virtual Committee of Adjustment Meeting

Due to COVID-19, Committee of Adjustment meetings will be held virtually. All Committee members, staff, applicants and delegations will participate remotely.

How to participate if I have comments or concerns?

Visit burlington.ca/coa for detailed information on how to submit written comments or participate as a registered delegate in the virtual hearing by webinar or telephone.

To allow all Committee of Adjustment members the opportunity to review and consider your comments and registration as a delegate, please provide your written submissions to be received no later than 12 p.m. (noon) the day before the hearing date. You are encouraged to pre-register as a delegate as soon as possible to facilitate an orderly registration process.

Watch or listen to the Virtual Committee of Adjustment Hearing:

The hearing will be held live through a virtual Zoom Webinar. Instructions, links and phone numbers for joining the meeting will be posted on the Committee of Adjustment webpage - burlington.ca/coa and City calendar event listing the day prior to the scheduled meeting. The link will be active 1 hour before the start time.


Aug 11

Virtual Committee of Adjustment Meeting

Due to COVID-19, Committee of Adjustment meetings will be held virtually. All Committee members, staff, applicants and delegations will participate remotely.

How to participate if I have comments or concerns?

Visit burlington.ca/coa for detailed information on how to submit written comments or participate as a registered delegate in the virtual hearing by webinar or telephone.

To allow all Committee of Adjustment members the opportunity to review and consider your comments and registration as a delegate, please provide your written submissions to be received no later than 12 p.m. (noon) the day before the hearing date. You are encouraged to pre-register as a delegate as soon as possible to facilitate an orderly registration process.

Watch or listen to the Virtual Committee of Adjustment Hearing:

The hearing will be held live through a virtual Zoom Webinar. Instructions, links and phone numbers for joining the meeting will be posted on the Committee of Adjustment webpage - burlington.ca/coa and City calendar event listing the day prior to the scheduled meeting. The link will be active 1 hour before the start time.


Aug 14

The Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival: KELLYLEE EVANS

Join us in August for the Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival, featuring Kellylee Evans, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar, Lydia Persaud, and Elise LeGrow.

Single performance tickets are available for table (minimum 3 tickets for a table) and stool seating. Or, grab a 2-show pass for Saturday and/or or Sunday. See ticket pricing below.

There will also be special prize draws from local Burlington businesses.

Kellylee Evans

Sat Aug 14, at 4pm

Six albums deep and Juno Award winner Kellylee Evans is still shaking it up on Come On, her latest Decca album. The stylistic connoisseur has tackled everything from jazz to R&B and pop in such previous tasty classics fight or flight?, Nina – her Juno-winning tribute to the legendary Nina Simone – and I Remember When. Praised by the Latin Jazz Network for a “gorgeous voice (that) rises to the heavens in rapturous wonder as if in consanguinity with a chorus of angels” and by the Yukon Arts Centre for “a stunning crystalline voice, both powerful and emotive,” Evans now pushes her muse firmly into the soulful pop territory with Come On: a wonderfully refreshing album about love and life that comes on the heels of two nearly career-ending accidents: a freak lightning strike in her Ottawa kitchen and further effects of a concussion suffered during a fall at her home.


Aug 14

The Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival: KELLYLEE EVANS

Join us in August for the Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival, featuring Kellylee Evans, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar, Lydia Persaud, and Elise LeGrow.

Single performance tickets are available for table (minimum 3 tickets for a table) and stool seating. Or, grab a 2-show pass for Saturday and/or or Sunday. See ticket pricing below.

There will also be special prize draws from local Burlington businesses.

Kellylee Evans

Sat Aug 14, at 4pm

Six albums deep and Juno Award winner Kellylee Evans is still shaking it up on Come On, her latest Decca album. The stylistic connoisseur has tackled everything from jazz to R&B and pop in such previous tasty classics fight or flight?, Nina – her Juno-winning tribute to the legendary Nina Simone – and I Remember When. Praised by the Latin Jazz Network for a “gorgeous voice (that) rises to the heavens in rapturous wonder as if in consanguinity with a chorus of angels” and by the Yukon Arts Centre for “a stunning crystalline voice, both powerful and emotive,” Evans now pushes her muse firmly into the soulful pop territory with Come On: a wonderfully refreshing album about love and life that comes on the heels of two nearly career-ending accidents: a freak lightning strike in her Ottawa kitchen and further effects of a concussion suffered during a fall at her home.


Aug 14

The Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival: SAMANTHA MARTIN & DELTA SUGAR

Join us in August for the Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival, featuring Kellylee Evans, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar, Lydia Persaud, and Elise LeGrow.

Single performance tickets are available for table (minimum 3 tickets for a table) and stool seating. Or, grab a 2-show pass for Saturday and/or or Sunday. See ticket pricing below.

There will also be special prize draws from local Burlington businesses.

Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar

Sat Aug 14, at 6pm

“A POWERHOUSE BAND AND VOCALS THAT SHAKE THE FOUNDATIONS”
With the worldwide pandemic wrecking utter havoc upon the careers of many musicians, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar elected to use their time off the road to record, mix and master their latest tour-de-force, the astonishingly powerful, funky and deeply soulful The Reckless One. The follow up to 2018’s Juno-nominated Run To Me, The Reckless One represents another massive step forward for Samantha Martin as a songwriter, singer, arranger and band leader. Eleven of the album’s twelve songs were either co-written or solely composed by the multi-talented, multi-faceted artist. The one non-original, a funk infused cover of Bob Dylan’s “Meet Me in the Morning,” fuses Dylan’s lyric in a cataclysmic clash with the sensibilities of the Meters and the hurricane force of Howlin’ Wolf and Tina Turner at their rawest. It simply has to be heard to be believed.


Aug 14

The Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival: SAMANTHA MARTIN & DELTA SUGAR

Join us in August for the Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival, featuring Kellylee Evans, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar, Lydia Persaud, and Elise LeGrow.

Single performance tickets are available for table (minimum 3 tickets for a table) and stool seating. Or, grab a 2-show pass for Saturday and/or or Sunday. See ticket pricing below.

There will also be special prize draws from local Burlington businesses.

Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar

Sat Aug 14, at 6pm

“A POWERHOUSE BAND AND VOCALS THAT SHAKE THE FOUNDATIONS”
With the worldwide pandemic wrecking utter havoc upon the careers of many musicians, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar elected to use their time off the road to record, mix and master their latest tour-de-force, the astonishingly powerful, funky and deeply soulful The Reckless One. The follow up to 2018’s Juno-nominated Run To Me, The Reckless One represents another massive step forward for Samantha Martin as a songwriter, singer, arranger and band leader. Eleven of the album’s twelve songs were either co-written or solely composed by the multi-talented, multi-faceted artist. The one non-original, a funk infused cover of Bob Dylan’s “Meet Me in the Morning,” fuses Dylan’s lyric in a cataclysmic clash with the sensibilities of the Meters and the hurricane force of Howlin’ Wolf and Tina Turner at their rawest. It simply has to be heard to be believed.


Aug 15

The Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival: LYDIA PERSAUD

Join us in August for the Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival, featuring Kellylee Evans, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar, Lydia Persaud, and Elise LeGrow.

Single performance tickets are available for table (minimum 3 tickets for a table) and stool seating. Or, grab a 2-show pass for Saturday and/or or Sunday. See ticket pricing below.

There will also be special prize draws from local Burlington businesses.

Lydia Persaud

Sun Aug 15, at 2pm

A fixture of Toronto’s music community and a sought-after collaborator, Lydia Persaud stands alone with her debut album Let Me Show You. Lydia’s sound expands the boundaries of soul to include both folk and jazz, styles that have been foundational to her musical growth. Lydia attended the rigorous jazz program at Humber School of Music, where she won the Oscar Peterson Jazz Award and connected with fellow members of the folk trio The O’Pears, whom she has been collaborating with for the past 7 years. Working in these styles honed Lydia’s mastery of sophisticated vocal harmony and blend, leading her to become an in-demand vocalist. Lydia has supported such icons as Gordon Lightfoot, David Crosby, and Lee Fields, as well as opened for Serena Ryder, Sarah Harmer, and Joey Landreth. She is also a member of renowned cover band Dwayne Gretzky.


Aug 15

The Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival: LYDIA PERSAUD

Join us in August for the Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival, featuring Kellylee Evans, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar, Lydia Persaud, and Elise LeGrow.

Single performance tickets are available for table (minimum 3 tickets for a table) and stool seating. Or, grab a 2-show pass for Saturday and/or or Sunday. See ticket pricing below.

There will also be special prize draws from local Burlington businesses.

Lydia Persaud

Sun Aug 15, at 2pm

A fixture of Toronto’s music community and a sought-after collaborator, Lydia Persaud stands alone with her debut album Let Me Show You. Lydia’s sound expands the boundaries of soul to include both folk and jazz, styles that have been foundational to her musical growth. Lydia attended the rigorous jazz program at Humber School of Music, where she won the Oscar Peterson Jazz Award and connected with fellow members of the folk trio The O’Pears, whom she has been collaborating with for the past 7 years. Working in these styles honed Lydia’s mastery of sophisticated vocal harmony and blend, leading her to become an in-demand vocalist. Lydia has supported such icons as Gordon Lightfoot, David Crosby, and Lee Fields, as well as opened for Serena Ryder, Sarah Harmer, and Joey Landreth. She is also a member of renowned cover band Dwayne Gretzky.


Aug 15

The Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival: ELISE LeGROW

Join us in August for the Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival, featuring Kellylee Evans, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar, Lydia Persaud, and Elise LeGrow.

Single performance tickets are available for table (minimum 3 tickets for a table) and stool seating. Or, grab a 2-show pass for Saturday and/or or Sunday. See ticket pricing below.

There will also be special prize draws from local Burlington businesses.

Elise LeGrow

Sun Aug 15, at 4pm

Right around the time the chorus of album opener “Who Do You Love” hits, something magical happens. A moment arrives when the tumblers deep within your subconscious begin to align, when you suddenly realize that you’re listening to a tune you’ve known for decades, albeit one that’s been so radically reimagined as to become brand new again. It’s in that moment, as the warm rush of recognition meets the exhilarating thrill of discovery, that you fall in love with Elise LeGrow.


Aug 15

The Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival: ELISE LeGROW

Join us in August for the Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival, featuring Kellylee Evans, Samantha Martin & Delta Sugar, Lydia Persaud, and Elise LeGrow.

Single performance tickets are available for table (minimum 3 tickets for a table) and stool seating. Or, grab a 2-show pass for Saturday and/or or Sunday. See ticket pricing below.

There will also be special prize draws from local Burlington businesses.

Elise LeGrow

Sun Aug 15, at 4pm

Right around the time the chorus of album opener “Who Do You Love” hits, something magical happens. A moment arrives when the tumblers deep within your subconscious begin to align, when you suddenly realize that you’re listening to a tune you’ve known for decades, albeit one that’s been so radically reimagined as to become brand new again. It’s in that moment, as the warm rush of recognition meets the exhilarating thrill of discovery, that you fall in love with Elise LeGrow.


Aug 25

Virtual Committee of Adjustment Meeting

Due to COVID-19, Committee of Adjustment meetings will be held virtually. All Committee members, staff, applicants and delegations will participate remotely.

How to participate if I have comments or concerns?

Visit burlington.ca/coa for detailed information on how to submit written comments or participate as a registered delegate in the virtual hearing by webinar or telephone.

To allow all Committee of Adjustment members the opportunity to review and consider your comments and registration as a delegate, please provide your written submissions to be received no later than 12 p.m. (noon) the day before the hearing date. You are encouraged to pre-register as a delegate as soon as possible to facilitate an orderly registration process.

Watch or listen to the Virtual Committee of Adjustment Hearing:

The hearing will be held live through a virtual Zoom Webinar. Instructions, links and phone numbers for joining the meeting will be posted on the Committee of Adjustment webpage - burlington.ca/coa and City calendar event listing the day prior to the scheduled meeting. The link will be active 1 hour before the start time.


Aug 25

Virtual Committee of Adjustment Meeting

Due to COVID-19, Committee of Adjustment meetings will be held virtually. All Committee members, staff, applicants and delegations will participate remotely.

How to participate if I have comments or concerns?

Visit burlington.ca/coa for detailed information on how to submit written comments or participate as a registered delegate in the virtual hearing by webinar or telephone.

To allow all Committee of Adjustment members the opportunity to review and consider your comments and registration as a delegate, please provide your written submissions to be received no later than 12 p.m. (noon) the day before the hearing date. You are encouraged to pre-register as a delegate as soon as possible to facilitate an orderly registration process.

Watch or listen to the Virtual Committee of Adjustment Hearing:

The hearing will be held live through a virtual Zoom Webinar. Instructions, links and phone numbers for joining the meeting will be posted on the Committee of Adjustment webpage - burlington.ca/coa and City calendar event listing the day prior to the scheduled meeting. The link will be active 1 hour before the start time.


Aug 26

Housing Strategy Working Group Meeting

The Housing Strategy Working Group will meet every month starting on June 23 until June, 2022. Anyone interested in listening in to the meeting may attend as an observer. All meetings will be from 7:00-8:30 p.m. via Zoom.

The Working Group, in support of the Housing Strategy to advise on local issues, be champions for the Housing Strategy and to provide key insights from a diversity of backgrounds, experiences and expertise.

Join in:

https://zoom.us/j/99334532360



Aug 26

Housing Strategy Working Group Meeting

The Housing Strategy Working Group will meet every month starting on June 23 until June, 2022. Anyone interested in listening in to the meeting may attend as an observer. All meetings will be from 7:00-8:30 p.m. via Zoom.

The Working Group, in support of the Housing Strategy to advise on local issues, be champions for the Housing Strategy and to provide key insights from a diversity of backgrounds, experiences and expertise.

Join in:

https://zoom.us/j/99334532360




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