Soon you get another long weekend ( Civic Holiday 2020 ) and you never know you get days mixed with bag of rain and sun along with storms and lot many indoor and outdoor activities for you all to enjoy. Well, let’s see what one can find things as under:
Festivals and celebrations
You can find the Music Race Festival of Traditional Folk Music all set under the garb of a European kind of celebration found in folk music at the historical event found at the downtown Galt. The Open Street community event at the Waterloo will embark with car and bike shows along with things like live music, food trucks and a number of other street vendors to check over the pedestrian friendly event.
You can find the Kitchener having a number of comic conventions along with Emiko Mini Convention wherein you get to enjoy a number of video games, comic books, board games and other things to be seen during the Civic Holiday long weekend event.
Concerts, dinging and exhibitions
The Waterloo and Elmira will host a number of free concerts found over the Waterloo Park and Gore Park.
The Kitchen City and Hall will feature the event called The Reflected City by Jen Weber found in this month, which showcases the oil paintings that are inspired by a walk and she is seen taking along the known King Street.
The Food Day Canada is called as the nationwide celebration over the local foods over Saturday. The restaurants will be seen offering you the Prix fix menus. The local food joints to enjoy include the ones like Langdon Hall, Nick and Nat's Uptown 21, Taco Farm and Cambridge Mill.
The museum was seen in news for borrowing a 3000 year old mummy from the known Royal Ontario Museum from the Unwrapping Egypt exhibit. You can have a peep of this during this long weekend as well.
In Elora you can find an Open Air Art, which happens to be a freestyle art event that will going to paint things of everything you want and the objects you find at the front of you. The artwork will then be seen auctioning off the same.
You can further explore the heritage over The Waterloo Region Museum along with the Doon Heritage Village along with the Kid Summer Family Day, whereas the Single adult admissions can be seen for the two kids for free of cost.
The Shine and Show Classic Car Showcase seen at The Shops at Highland will be seen showcasing the vintage cars every Monday evening at the summer long.
Learn the way the Schneider family that is known to be made up of soap and had the chance to go at the 19th century. Joseph Schneider Hauls would be seen in a living history museum over the downtown Kitchener.