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#BurlON til Nov 14

by Guest Writer

There is always lots going on in #BurlON. We just had a very exciting weekend with Roger’s Hometown Hockey with good food, music, and live entertainment. Visit their website or our blog to read more about the fun we had downtown.

Check out all the fall things to see and do in #BurlON this upcoming week.

Lest We Forget

We are so lucky to live here in Burlington, and Remembrance Day is a way to remind us of that. In honour of the many brave men and women who sacrificed their lives for us, there will be a service in Spencer Smith Park, a Remembrance Day Parade, and a ceremony outside City Hall.  For more information on Remembrance Day related events, visit our blog, or the City of Burlington website.



For the second year in #BurlON, November becomes Novemburger. In 23 restaurants across Burlington, try a signature burger and rate them on the Novemburger website. The best part – $2 from the sale of every Novemburger goes to the United Way of Halton and Hamilton.  Refer to our blog for restaurant information, burger menus and more.

Art Gallery Rebecca sculpture

Arts and Culture

With the cold and rainy November weather we’ve been having, it is the perfect time to see a performance. The Burlington Performing Arts Centre has plenty of shows, including Twin Flames who played at the season launch and were amazing, Cirque Le Roux: The Elephant in the Room, and Canada’s Pink Floyd – Outside/In Canada Tour 2018. Drury Lane Theatre also has performances of “Once Upon a Mattress” all throughout this month until November 25.

Until Sunday November 18, Winnipeg artist Diana Thorneycroft is displaying her recent work at the Art Gallery of Burlington in an exhibit titled Black Forest (dark waters).  Admission is always free so stop in to see this magnificent work of art.

The Burlington Public Library has a number of events and programs happening this week, a great time to get a library card if you don’t have one and join in one or several of these activities.

Here Come the Holidays

With Halloween behind us that can only mean one thing – Christmas. To kick off the holiday season, take a Holiday House Tour of Distinctive Homes. From November 9- 11 visit homes in the Hamilton-Burlington area and see the gorgeous holiday themed décor and entertainment ideas. For tickets to this popular fundraiser or more information, visit their website.

Stay tuned for our Holiday blog and Holiday Visitor Enews for a more comprehensive listing of all the festivities over the holidays.



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