South Huron Health and Wellness Forum takes place on September 20th from 2-7 PM at the South Huron Rec Centre.
Join us for a day of fun and discovery as we profile the outstanding health and wellness service providers in South Huron!
This FREE trade show-styled event will provide a forum for you to connect directly to local public health agencies and private wellness businesses on issues and services that matter to you!
Check out SouthHuron.ca for a schedule of speakers and the latest event information.
A collaborative opportunity to learn from other ukulele players.
All abilities welcome!
The Bayfield Ukulele Society meets every Wednesday at the library from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM and
on the first and third Saturdays of the month from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM.
The Seaforth Lions Club, Optimist Club, Curling Club and Agricultural Society are working together to raise funds for the Huron Residential Hospice.
Local brewers, wine maker and food producers will be showcasing their products in the lovely outdoor setting of Seaforth Lions Park.
Musical entertainment will be provided by Scott Chow and Catherine Peach.
Tickets will be $25 in advance or $30 at the door. Admission price includes a tasting glass and some sample tickets.
Please join us to support those living with Parkinson's disease on September 16th, 2018 at the Grand Bend Recreation Centre (15 Gill Rd)!
Registration opens at 1:00 pm and the walk starts at 2:00 pm.
All proceeds will go towards Parkinson Society Southwestern Ontario programs and services!Let's create a better tomorrow for those with Parkinson's!
Please Note: As of January 2018 all Huron Early Years Programs will be known as EarlyON Programs (EarlyON Child and Family Centres)
Goderich EarlyON Child and Family Centre – Goderich Public School (125 Blake Street)
Note: Please park on Bennett Street and come in the double doors that face Bennett Street
THURSDAYS -My Creation-
NEW: Check us out on Facebook – search “Huron EarlyON” for changes and updates to programs
Head to Exeter on September 27 & kick-off fall with a special evening just for you! Grab your BFF’s & head to local participating businesses for a great experience full of prizes, food, special offers & more!
All participating businesses on Main St
Exeter , N0M 1S1
Wednesdays, May 23 to October 3, 2018, 8am-1pm, The Colonial parking lot, Grand Bend grandbendfarmersmarket.ca | 226-520-0144 | [email protected] Local fruits, vegetables, meats, eggs, plants, syrup & preserves, baked goods and artisan items.
“Top Secret & GOJO Firebird” Jet Funny Cars, “Bone Shaker” Jet Truck, Studebaker Wheelstander, Nostalgia Nitro Funny cars, & Saturday Night Fireworks.
Date: AUGUST 31 – SEPTEMBER 2, 2018
Location: Grand Bend Motorplex
For more information go to http://www.grandbendmotorplex.ca/grand-bend-dragway/season-schedule/thunder-by-the-beach/
Antique car cruise, Bean Dance, fireworks, Giant antique car show, pancake breakfast, children’s midway rides, street market, live music, home-cooked beans & pork-chop dinners! Don't miss the 52nd Annual bean Festival this year!
Friday Aug 24th
Fireworks at Dusk at Ball Park
Wrench Benders Cruise Night leaves Community Centre Grounds 7 pm
Entertainment on Main Stage, Jamie Baldwin, Potentially Wasted, Geoff Masse Band
Be part of a beach hockey team, battling it out for hockey supremacy on the Grand Bend beach. Funds donated to Childcan charity. ore infomation at https://www.facebook.com/grandbendbeachhockey The details: Teams consist of 4 players and 1 goalie Registration is $250 per team Format is 3 on 3 - 20 min games with 2 periods. Every team will get 3 games minimum with round robin play and single elimination playoffs. Eye protection MUST be worn...hockey sticks, field hockey or floor ball sticks are acceptable.
Don't miss this annual favorite in Blyth. An Antique and heritage show with displays, exhibits, steam engines, antique cars, flea markets, performances and competitions * petting zoo, ploughing with horses. This show takes in many exhibitors from all over Ontario and the U.S.A.
Camping available * first come first served * 800 water and hydro sites
More information at http://www.blythsteamshow.on.ca
Since 1855 hundreds of local volunteers and businesses in Teeswater and Culross Township have worked together to create the BEST rural fair in Ontario! From tractor pulls to handcrafts, pies and preserves to horsehows and baby sheep, there's something for the whole family!
2018 Theme: "Where Faming and Fun Roll into One!
Fair schedule at http://www.teeswaterfair.org
Every year Racers and moto fans alike make the journey to Walton Ontario, a small farm town that contains what some might say is the heart of Canadian motocross. You don't want to miss the "Walton experience".
Date: Augsut 14th-18th
Location: Walton Raceway
42932 Walton Rd, Walton, ON N0K 1Z0
Go to https://waltontranscan.ca/ for more information.
Orangeville Fair organized and operated by the Orangeville Agricultural Society has been in existence for over 160 years! It is probably one of the oldest volunteer organizations in the County of Dufferin and hosts an event that is not exclusive to any member of the community-young or old. Don't miss the Orangeville Fall Fair from September Aug 31st-September 2nd this year!
Located At The Orangeville Fairgrounds:
247090 - 5 Side Road
Mono, Ontario L9W 6K5 Canada
Go to http://oaseventcentre.ca/ for more information.
Join the annual spring Cheery Blossom Bazaar at the First Baptist Church in Clinton. There will be many different displays from crafters, homemade baking, Tupperware, Thiry-Two, Norwex, Watkins, Epicure, Jewelry, and Avon products.
This is a fundraiser for "Random Acts of Kindness". Call 226-420-2208 for futher information.
First Baptist Church, 85 Huron Street, Clinton, ON
Craft Beer, Wine, Cider, Food & Music on all on the beach! Advance tickets $20 (includes free parking) or $25 at the door. Sampling tickets for craft beer, cider, wine and food available to purchase at the event. Entertainment throughout the day on the Grand Band Beach Rotary Stage.
June 22, 2019, Noon-Midnight, Grand Bend Main Beach GrandBendOptimistClub.ca | 519-238-2001
Fridays, May 25 to October 5, 2018, 8am-1pm, King St., Forest [email protected], 226-520-0144 Local fruits, vegetables, meats, plants, syrup & preserves, baked goods and artisan items.