Sunday, 30 June 2013

Happy Birthday, Canada!


It’s Canada Day

July 1, 2013 is Canada’s 146th Birthday. Are you on a holiday mood?
Head out to Toronto ~ It's the place to be!


Canada Day Celebration in Toronto
There’s a lot to celebrate.  It’s a whole day-whole night Canada Day festivities all over the country. In Greater Toronto alone, there will be fireworks, barbeques and parties. Here is a list of this huge celebration.....

Toronto Ribfest
Toronto Ribfest features live music, great food and attractions.  It is always a great Canada Day Weekend celebration at the Centennial Park at Renforth and Eglinton.  Event schedule: 11:00 AM - 11:00PM
Costs: Range from Cdn$1 - Cdn$9. Check their website for more information.



Canada Day at the Harbourfront
The Harbourfront celebrates four days of music, food, dance and the spectacular Canada Eve Fireworks Sunday, June 30.

  
The event, Scotia CHIN International Picnic showcases the best performances from around the world.  Top performers coming from different cultural communities like, Italy, Portugal, China, India, Pakistan, the Philippines, Latin America and the Caribbean.
Admission is FREE.


All the above will be held on this very special day, 1st of July.  There are a lot more to do to make your stay in Toronto an experience of a life time.  See more celebration below. These activities will be simultaneous, so take your pick.

Mel Lastman Square
Enjoy the celebration with live music and dance performances plus children's crafts and stunning fireworks choreographed to an all Canadian soundtrack. See schedule by clicking the link.

Canada's Wonderland
The theme park will showcase its massive fireworks display at 10:00 PM.  The show is included with the price admission. See more information in their website.

High Park Celebration
This year's events will include special ceremony, great live music, children's activities, refreshments and more! Join your neighbours and community groups for the biggest Canada Day celebration.

Queen's Park
The day will begin at noon with a 21-gun salute, followed by music and dance performances on multiple stages (Main stage, Children's stage and Dance stage).

Toronto Blue Jays
Join the Blue Jays as they celebrate Canada Day and host the Detroit Tigers starting at 1:07 PM July 1, 2013. Pre-game outdoor festivities will begin at 10:30 AM at all gates.

Travel back in time with horse-drawn wagon rides and tours of the historic village. Admission: Adult Cdn$15 ~ Kids (5-15 years old) Cdn$11 ~ Kids under 4 years old are FREE.

For travellers who are visiting Canada for the first time, this will be the best time for you to discover our city of Toronto.  Check the above schedule and experience what we Canadians can offer.  Remember, all these happen on Canada Day.


Happy Canada Day to All !!!