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  • Walkerville Art Walk

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    9:00 AM EST

    Visit Historic Walkerville

    Walkerville Art Walk

    Visit Historic Walkerville

    Walkerville Art Walk
    Description: Family street festival with local artists & crafters, face painting & more. Stroll shops & restaurants in historic Walkerville, with 50 added vendor booths on a closed street. Search @VisitWalkerville on FB/Twitter, or VisitWalkerville.com for more info.

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About The Area

Most of Ontario is a vast and cold space, but forget that for a moment, and focus on its larger, more sophisticated cities like Toronto, Ottawa and Niagara-On-the-Lake. Compared to its neighbors, Ontario scores high in t...MORE

CALENDAR

  • Fri

    17

  • Sat

    18

  • Nov

    20

  • Nov

    21

  • More

  • Walkerville Art Walk

    Friday

    9:00 AM EST

    Visit Historic Walkerville

    Walkerville Art Walk

    Visit Historic Walkerville

    Walkerville Art Walk
    Description: Family street festival with local artists & crafters, face painting & more. Stroll shops & restaurants in historic Walkerville, with 50 added vendor booths on a closed street. Search @VisitWalkerville on FB/Twitter, or VisitWalkerville.com for more info.

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About The Area

Most of Ontario is a vast and cold space, but forget that for a moment, and focus on its larger, more sophisticated cities like Toronto, Ottawa and Niagara-On-the-Lake. Compared to its neighbors, Ontario scores high in the categories of food, culture and fun.

Toronto is quite the cultural hub with its unique and diverse neighborhoods, art museums, and winning professional hockey teams. Ottawa, although smaller, is Canada's capital. This city is postcard-like having been voted as one of the cleanest cities with a high quality of living by numerous publications.

Attractions abound throughout this providence, from Niagara Falls, the Hockey Hall of Fame, and For families traveling with children, check out The Big Apple, a large, apple-shaped structure that serves as an observatory overlooking Lake Ontario. It’s also home to free activities like mini-golf, bocce ball, and train rides in the summer.

Ontario is known for its festivals, too, like Stratford's Shakespeare Festival, the Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake and Kitchener's Oktoberfest.

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