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Canada Day in Creemore
9:30am – Street Hockey – Veterans Way in front of the Legion.
11am-1pm – The Creemore Ladies Auxiliary Canada Day Brunch at the Legion.
1pm-3pm – Harold Crawford Memorial Kids Bike Parade from Mill St. Park to Legion.
1pm – 3pm – Ladies BBQ at the Legion Olde Thyme Games Three Legged Sack Race Egg and Spoon Race Scavenger Hunt, Water Balloon Toss Lawn Bowling, Ring and Bean Bag Toss. Face PaintingParticipants will receive a special 150th Anniversary of Confederation … Read More
Creemore Valley Classics
Join us for the 10th Creemore Valley Classics on July 15th in the Village of Creemore. See a display of the finest vintage cars, trucks and motorcycles in Southern Ontario. This year, over 700 historic vehicles will take the scenic route to Creemore to display and enjoy a day of classics lining historic Mill Street. Take a brewery tour, enjoy live music and entertainment and checkout a collection of independent shops and eateries before the awards ceremony at 4pm. … Read More
Creemore Children’s Festival
The Creemore Children’s Festival began in 2011 as a small multi-disciplinary arts festival intended to play host to young families living in and visiting our area. It is a community-minded, not-for-profit event designed to empower children by inspiring their imaginations and broadening their creative minds through exciting, interactive play. Geared to children of all ages, our volunteer driven activities, demonstrations and sponsored performances are grass-roots and all about getting back to the basics of family fun.
Though our wee Festival … Read More
Copper Kettle Festival
There’s a Party Brewing…Join us for some good old fashioned fun and help celebrate the brewery, the town and the beer! There will be live music, great food, drink, brewery tours, kids’ activities, classic cars, farmers market & much more.
Blackie and the Rodeo Kings at the Avening Hall
Blackie and the Rodeo Kings originally formed in 1996 when Colin Linden, Stephen Fearing and Tom Wilson came together to record what was suppose to be a one- off tribute album to the great Canadian songwriter Willie P. Bennett. At the time, all three members were deeply committed to burgeoning solo careers that they had no intentions of putting on hold, and had no plans to turn Blackie into an ongoing concern.
Now twenty years later, 8 albums , one