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Plenty of Summer Events in Burlington from July-September 2019

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We always look forward to the warmer temperatures of the summer that encourage us to get outside and enjoy it all. There is no shortage of special events planned in Burlington from July-September 2019.

To date, a total of 32 Love My Hood events have been held across our city with 44 more currently scheduled over the summer months. Burlassic Park hosting the Toronto Raptor’s NBA Finals run on the large outdoor screens turned out to be very popular events and an overall welcome addition, according to City of Burlington staff, and drew in average crowds of approximately 2,500 (when the weather was favourable) and more than than 4,500 people in Spencer Smith Park for the final game, which was hosted by the Sound of Music Festival.

The following are events scheduled until the end of September:

DATEEVENTLOCATION
Thursday, July 4Movies Under the StarsNelson Park
Saturday, July 6Burlington Downtown Car ShowDowntown Burlington – Brant Street
Sunday, July 7Confederation Marine Modellers Hi Point RegattaRotary Centennial Pond
Thursday, July 11Movies Under the StarsOrchard Community Park
Thursday, July 18Movies Under the StarsCentral Park Bandshell
Friday, July 19-Sunday, July 21Burlington Food Truck FestivalSpencer Smith Park
Thursday, July 25 Movies Under the StarsEarl Court Park
Saturday, Aug. 3Halton Freedom Celebration FestivalSpencer Smith Park
Monday, Aug. 5One Burlington FestivalCentral Park Bandshell area
DATEEVENTLOCATION
Monday, Aug. 5Joseph Brant Day FestivalLaSalle Park
Thursday, Aug. 8 Movies Under the StarsIreland Park
Friday, Aug. 9-Sunday, Aug. 11Royal Canadian Circus ‘Under the Big Top’Corpus Christi High School
Sunday, Aug. 11Lakeside a la CarteSpencer Smith Park
Thursday, Aug. 15Movies Under the StarsSpencer Smith Park
Friday, Aug. 16-Sunday, Aug. 18Burlington Beach Catamaran RegattaBeachway Park – open space
Saturday, Aug. 17Butter Tart RunSpencer Smith Park, West Lawn
Sunday, Aug. 18Children’s FestivalSpencer Smith Park
Friday, Aug. 30-Monday, Sept. 2Canada’s Largest RibfestSpencer Smith Park
DATEEVENTLOCATION
Saturday, Sept. 7-Sunday, Sept. 8The Epic Tour (cycling event)On-road (Britannia, Blind Line, Colling and Cedar Springs roads)
Sunday, Sept. 8Ovarian Cancer Canada Walk of HopeSpencer Smith Park – east lawn and promenade, and Waterfront Trail
Thursday, Sept. 12-Sunday, Sept. 15Burlington Lifestyle Fall Home ShowMainway Arena
Saturday, Sept. 14Tour d’AldershotOn road (King Rd., North Shore Blvd., Eastport Dr., Plains Rd.)
Sunday, Sept. 1539th Annual Terry Fox RunSpencer Smith Park – east lawn and promenade, and Waterfront Trail
Sunday, Sept. 15Annual Memorial Butterfly ReleaseHidden Valley Park
Sunday, Sept. 15Parkinson SuperwalkBurlington Lion’s Hall
Saturday, Sept. 21Angels in Motion Family Fun RunBeachway Park – Waterfront Trail
Saturday, Sept. 21Ontario Tree Climbing ChampionshipLaSalle Park
DATEEVENTLOCATION
Sunday, Sept. 22Cycle for St. Joe’sOn-road (No. 8 Sideroad, Kilbride St., McNiven Rd.)
Sunday, Sept. 22Phones Down, Eyes Up Benefit ConcertBurlington Central Park
Friday, Sept. 27-Sunday, Sept. 29Culture DaysCity Hall – Civic Square
Sunday, Sept. 29Appleby Line Street FestivalAppleby Line, between New and Fairview streets

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