Waterdown Farmers Market – Presented by the Merchants of Waterdown BIA, Saturday mornings from 8 am – 1 pm starting May 27 – October 14th  (rain or shine)  Waterdown Legion front parking lot, 79 Hamilton St. North.  Over 30 vendors with local fruit, vegetables, meat, fish, herbs, preserves, wine, maple syrup and more…www.waterdownfarmersmarket.ca/
Heavenly Food Trucks every Thursday throughout the summer starting May 25th. 5 pm- 8 pm. Seating area provided. Brought to you by Bethel Church corner of Kerns Rd. and Hwy 5. Follow us at www.bethelcrc.ca or on facebook for the weekly line-up. Children are welcome to enjoy the craft table and lawn games. 10% of sales are donated to a local, worthy cause.
Food Truck Tuesdays St James United Church, 306 Parkside Dr., Tuesdays 5-8pm from May 30 to Aug 29. We welcome four food trucks each week, on a rotation of trucks, to the front lawn area. Seating is provided to enjoy your meal, and room for kids to play. Invite friends, family & neighbours

 

July – Date and details to be announced
Friendship Camp
Ages 4 – 11  West Flamboro Presbyterian Church, 262 Middletown Rd.  Details to be confirmed. Volunteers are needed!  If you can help, please contact Laurie:  905-627-9792.  More info when available on:  www.wfpconline.com
July 1st
Lynden Canada Day Parade
Annual parade in which all of Lynden takes part. Begins at 11 am working its way down the main st and through the village ending at the Lynden Lions Park where more festivities take place concluding with fireworks at dusk. For information www.lynden-on.ca/canadaday Be Sure to visit the Lynden Lions Food Booth while you are there.
July 1st
Canada Day
Westfield Heritage Village, 10 am – 4 pm Tour through the historical village and meet fascinating Canadians from the past. Volunteers in period clothing entertain with interesting historical details and demonstrations throughout the day. Visit the gardens and forests, stroll on the boardwalk or take a hike on the trails. This is a great opportunity for new Canadians to experience the history of Canada. www.westfieldheritage.ca
Saturday, July 1st – Sunday, July 9th
Family Fishing Week
Canadian residents can enjoy the fun of fishing in Ontario without a license during the annual Ontario Family Fishing Weekend!  For information on fishing, please call Valens at 905-525-2183, Fifty Point at 905-525-2187
Tuesday’s ONLY July 4th to 25th
Crafternoons Ages 4-9
Community Church, 271, 6th Concession Rd. E. This is a free camp.   For more Information 905-689-3979
Thursday’s ONLY July 6th to 27th
Crafternoons Ages 4-9
Community Church, 271, 6th Concession Rd. E. This is a free camp.   For more Information 905-689-3979
Saturday, July 8th
Pig Roast Dinner
Hosted by Lynden/ Troy Women’s Institute,  WI Hall, (Old Troy School) 2295 Old Troy Rd., Troy Doors open 5 pm buffet meal at 6 pm. Tickets Limited, call to reserve seat  519 647 2233 troyspr@gmail.com
Saturday, July 8th
John Burns Memorial Fishing Derby
Valens Lake Conservation Area, 1691 Regional Road 97 (R.R.#6) Catch the Big One and win great prizes for children and adults.  Prizes for the largest northern pike, largemouth bass and, for children, panfish.  Bait and boat rentals are available.  Runs from sunrise to 2 p.m. For more information call 905-525-2183 or email valens@conservationhamilton.ca.
Saturday, July 8th
Ghost Walk – Hermitage Ruins
8:30 pm- 10 pm  Dundas Valley Conservation Area, Dundas Ontario  Walk into the haunted woods at night with the only tour of its kind anywhere! Experience the conflict between calm and fear. 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.  http://conservationhamilton.ca/events 
Saturday, July 15th
8th Annual Children’s Charity Fund Golf Tournament
Hosted by Lynden Lions at Brant Valley Golf Course followed by a dinner at the Lynden Lion’s Den. For more information contact Jack Brook 519-647-3930
Saturday, July 29th
Ghost Walk – Hermitage Ruins
7 pm- 10 pm  Dundas Valley Conservation Area, Dundas Ontario  Walk into the haunted woods at night with the only tour of its kind anywhere! Experience the conflict between calm and fear. 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.   http://conservationhamilton.ca/events 

 

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