FEO Events Guide 2020-2021 - Book - Page 53
J U LY
Jul 27 - 28, Quilts at the Creek
Toronto - Region 5
F E S T I VA L S & E V E N T S I N O N TA R I O
Jul 27, Rock and Rumble
Kitchener - Region 4
One of the must attend events of the summer in Kitchener. Rock
and Rumble features a free concert on King Street, food truck
festival, boxing under the lights, hundreds of motorcycles lining
King Street, vendors and more.
T: (519) 741-2200
Jul 27, COUNTRYFest
Keswick - Region 6
This annual event features live entertainment, SloPitch
Tournament, Volleyball Tournament, Food Trucks, massive
Sidewalk Sale, Cupcake Baking Challenge, Axe-Throwing
Competition, huge car show.
Jul 27, Fergus Medieval Faire
Fergus - Region 4
This event is suitable for all ages. The Faire is an outdoor,
interactive day with market vendors, hands on displays, food,
games, live Celtic music, swordplay, period costumes and more!.
T: (226) 383-2665
More than 275 traditional and modern quilts cover, drape and
adorn The Village in a spectacular outdoor art experience. And
join in the fun with hands-on activities along the Textile Trail!.
T: (416) 661-6600
Jul 28, Muskoka Pride Parade and Picnic
Bracebridge - Region 12
Celebrate the diversity of Muskoka’s LGBTQ community at a
family-friendly parade with colourful floats and walking
contingents, celebrating gender and sexual diversity. Stay for
the free community BBQ!
T: (705) 645-2530
Jul 28, Coney Island “Maybe Annual” Music
Kenora – Region 13
The festival is held on beautiful Coney Island, in the northern
most channel of Lake of the Woods with a mix of music and art
right on the waterfront beach. There is something for the whole
family to enjoy.
Jul 27, Busker Festival
Newmarket - Region 6
Come to the Newmarket Riverwalk Commons and be amazed by
incredibly talented and unique street performers who will
provide a full day of entertainment for the whole family!
T: (905) 895-5193
Jul 27, History Comes Alive in Old Town
Toronto - Region 5
Costumed performers share true accounts of life in the Town of
York in the early 1800s. Learn about Toronto's history by
interacting with soldiers and townspeople and seeing artisans
demonstrate their craft in Berczy Park and around Old Town
T: (416) 861-1793
July 26 – 28
Jul 27 - 28, Bay and Algoma Buskers Festival
Thunder Bay - Region 13
2 Days 2 Streets – 2 Much Excitement! Featuring over 40
performers rotating through 10 performance pitches located on
Upper Bay St. and Algoma. This year’s festival has familiar
favourites as well as some new surprises.