Best places to see fireworks this long weekend
It’s the long Victoria Day weekend, so you know what that means: fireworks, fireworks and more fireworks!
Yes, there are other things to enjoy and take part in, but first let’s get the evening light shows out of the way, which all start at dusk (however, they’re also weather dependent, so keep the weather forecast up to date). Eye).
- Whitchurch-Stouffville has food trucks, lots of entertainment and a spectacular fireworks display at Memorial Park at Burkholder St. and Park Dr. Everything starts at 8:00 p.m., the fireworks are scheduled to start at 9:30 p.m
- Fireworks Family Night at Woodbine Mohawk Park at 9430 Guelph Line in Milton is back for the first time since 2019. It’s also the park’s 60th anniversary, so expect plenty of fun for all ages, including lawn games, a magician and pony meet-and-greets, plenty of food, and an awesome LED light show marking the end of the live race. Admission is on Saturday at 5:00 p.m., the live races start at 6:30 p.m. and are expected to end around 10:00 p.m
- The Nobleton Victoria Day Fair and Fireworks begins on Monday with an 11am parade at the Nobleton Library, a funfair with rides, games, live entertainment and a variety of food and retail outlets from 12pm to 4pm in at the Nobleton Arena, the evening will be rounded off with a special concert by Practically Hip at 7:30 p.m., followed by fireworks at the Dr. William Laceby Nobleton Community Center & Arena.
- Canada’s Wonderland’s bright, colorful fireworks display begins at 10:00 p.m. when the park closes.
- And finally Ashbridges Bay Park on Lake Shore Blvd. E. At the foot of Coxwell Ave. will feature beautiful fireworks and an earth-shattering finale.
If fireworks aren’t your thing, here are some other events to enjoy.
Christian Music Festival
It is a multicultural celebration of faith and freedom, featuring a packed program of artists and musicians from across the country.
Visit Nathan Phillips Square on Saturday from 12pm to 9pm. Click here to register or for more information Here.
Drive-In Downsview: A pop-up movie experience
Every Saturday in May, an audience-selected film will be screened, with donations going to a number of charitable partners in the North York area.
This weekend’s movie is Honey starring Jessica Alba.
Bring your lawn chairs, grab free popcorn and snacks, and kick back for a few hours at The Hangar District, 30 Hanover Rd.
Admission is on Saturday at 7:30 p.m., the screening starts at 8:30 p.m. For tickets and more information click here Here.
Toronto International Spring of Horror and Fantasy Film Festival
It is the prime destination for genre films, with a range of local and international feature films, short films and music videos.
Visit Imagine Cinemas Carlton Cinema at 20 Carlton St. Friday through Sunday. For tickets, schedule and more information, click here Here.
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BACKYARD @ stackt – Asian night market
BACKYARD is Stackt’s five-part summer festival celebrating community and culture with more than 40 local Asian vendors, workshops, live dance performances and an electronic music showcase.
Join us at Stackt Market at 28 Bathurst St. on Saturday from 4pm to 10pm. For free tickets and more information click here Here.
Future of the film showcase
Canada’s premier festival for emerging Canadian filmmakers is celebrating its 10th anniversary with an exciting program of feature and short film screenings and lectures The last of us Actor Lamar Johnson as this year’s keynote speaker.
Check out the future of filmmaking in our country and screenings at the Scotiabank Theater through Sunday. For tickets, program and more information click here Here.
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