Canada Day in Downtown Kitchener is an annual event that features free live music, food, drink, and fireworks in celebration of Canada Day.
The Canadian Clay and Glass Gallery, located in UpTown Waterloo, is dedicated to exhibiting and collecting ceramic, glass, enamel and stained glass works of art. Featuring newly renovated gallery spaces, it is a popular destination for art enthusiasts of all ages.
Canoeing the Grand provides canoe, kayak and tubing rental trips for families and groups up to 200 people, including shuttle service from Cambridge to Elora and all points in between. Open seasonally from April to November.
Castle Kilbride is the 1877 mansion of James Livingston, a flax industrialist, politician and entrepreneur. Located in the town of Baden in Wilmot Township, visitors can tour through the castle and enjoy the many events and exhibits that happen there throughout the year.
Celebrate the Magic of Christmas is a free annual event occurring in Galt in early December and features a visit from Santa, face painting, and food. Celebrate the Magic of Christmas takes place at the Cambridge Farmers’ Market.
For more than 30 years Centre In The Square has played a leading role in showcasing the best local and international performing arts. It is the region’s largest and busiest performing arts centre, staging more than 158 events to more than 150,000 people in 2016.
Chicopee Tube Park features fun for every season! Whether tubing down their snowy hill in winter, or zip lining and tube sliding in the warmer months, Chicopee Tube Park has fun for the entire family.
Experience the joy of our international phenomenon. Kitchener City Hall is home to Canada's original Festival of German Christmas. Come experience our traditional 4-day "Christkindl Market." Every Christmas, since medieval times, towns and cities across Germany come alive with the sights, sounds and