Feel the music, see the art and be a part of the culture and get the adrenaline rush when you explore the outdoors. So, here is a list of things that we have curated just for you:
Food Truck Days
Are you a foodie? Do you like to try new cuisines? Well then these food trucks are the perfect place for your taste buds. There is a season dedicated to all the food trucks.
Uptown Summer Solstice Crawl
Uptown is the most popular food festival that supports and is one stop for all the foodies. During this festival you get to try a wide variety of food that arequalified for your taste buds.
Slowride River Paddle
A trip down the river and relaxation. What else do you need? Breathe in the freshness and beauty of Sourthern Ontario with Canada’s classic paddling rivers. Daily, Until October 9, 2021 | 10:00 AM – 10:00 PM
Drone Show Spectacular
The night sky of Canada is already breathtaking but what if we told you that you could see a night sky with hundreds of Drones that will light up the sky. That’s not it it has FM transmitter that will directly connect to your vehicle and will pump the beat.
Campfire, Smore’s and camping with scary stories. You could enjoy all this in the countryside with your friends and family. So pack your gear and get camping.
Have you ever what it would be like if you are a tourist in your own city. You can be part of guided hikes and walks around the city. Kiwanis Park, Kolb Park, Grand River trail at Idlewood, and Pioneer Tower and other tracks near the Walter Bean Trail.
Summer ECO Camp
Summer CEO Camp is the perfect cam for your kids to explore the great outdoors and learn survival hacks.
Annual Butterfly Count
ButterFlies are natures canvas with striking colors and designs. What if we told you that there is an Annual Butterfly Count that is rare and have the total count of the butterflies species.
Summer Programs at Doon Heritage Village
Doon Heritage Village is a living heritage and is opened for tourists to come and be a part of the heritage.
Dog Day at Doon | Wednesdays in July | 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Bloom and Loom | Fridays in July | 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM
Outdoor Games | Saturdays in July | 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM
HOT and COLD | Sundays in July | 9:30 AM & 11:00 AM
Barbequed ribs and chicken, other delicacies that are mouth watering with beer! Kitchener Ribfest & Craft Beer Show is the place to be for lip smacking food and craft beer.
On September 21st, Dreamer, an entertainment of band Supertramp, is coming to Kitchener for a drive-in Convert. This is an advantage occasion on the side of Diabetes Canada. Subtleties
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 | 7:30 PM
On September 21st, Dreamer, a diversion of the band Supertramp, is coming to Kitchener for a drive-in Convert.
Movies at Drive-in Theatres
A movie under the stars in your car and your movie partner.
- Drive-in Entertainment at On the Grand
- Movies in the Parking Lot
Artistic walks in the Kitchener-Waterloo Region:
Waterloo Park Art Walk is an open display that includes local craftsmen and stretches through Waterloo Park from Caroline Street to Seagram Drive. Every one of these pieces was roused by different elements of the recreation center. The establishments will stay set up all through 2021.
Canada Day Art Installations – This year, the City of Waterloo is honoring Canada Day with a procession of craftsmanship establishments. Seven transitory craftsmanship establishments are highlighted openly spaces all through Waterloo during the long stretch of July.
Hughes Lane Art Walk – Explore craftsmanship by nearby specialists in Uptown Waterloo. Explore craftsmanship by the locals during the Hughes Lane Art Walk in Uptown Waterloo. Named after Anna Hughes, Waterloo’s first female city councilor, this undertaking is tied in with breaking hindrances at rear entryways and laneways in Uptown.
Do you remember playing treasure- hunt when you were a kid? What if you could experience all this again. Catch the Geocathchers
This downtown park offers a playground, splash pad, and a restaurant on the lake. Canoe and paddleboat on the lake. This is the perfect family outing and picnic activity.
The oldest Covered Bridge
The 140-year-old “Kissing Bridge” that stretches 198 feet across in West Montrose is the oldest bridge and walking on this bridge while breathing in the history.
Souptogo Farmyard Experience
Farmyard has something for everybody! From play areas equipment that are designed for youngsters 0-12, and there are games, corn labyrinth, fire pits, sunflower post, and more for teenagers and adults.
Head over to THEMUSEUM to be a part of the new exhibition, Dinosaurs!
Shop Farmers’ Market
Shop groceries or weekend meals, including meat, dairy, and flowers amongst many other items from the Farmer’s Market.
- St. Jacobs Farmers’ Market
- Kitchener Farmer’s Market
- Uptown Night Market
Canadian Clay & Glass Gallery
Witness the stunning displays at the Galley when it returns. While it is shut online guests can partake in various computerized displays, online discussions, and other online projects. The Gallery is additionally directing summer workmanship camps and their Gallery Shop is likewise open for shopping.
Hip-Hop Culture Tour
Dance to the Hip Hop beats. In Kitchener, Waterloo, and Cambridge.
So, now that you have a list of all the things you can do in Kitchener. Grab your passport and head to the best summer vacation ever. For any other further assistance with permanent residence connect with Make Home Canada.