The 65th annual Niagara Wine Festival will take place this year from September 10th through the 25th. If you’re in the area, be sure to head on over to Montebello Park and take part in the celebration. There will be wine and culinary showcases as part of the celebration of Niagara and the bountiful harvest.
Not only can guests enjoy food from top local chefs and wine, but there will also be live entertainment and family fun.
While the whole event is sure to be filled with fun for everyone, specific days you’ll want to be sure not to miss include:
Discovery Pass Experiences over three weekends starting September 10, 2016
Niagara Wine Festival in Montebello Park September 16, 17, 18, 23, 24 & 25, 2016
Pied Piper Parade Saturday, September 17, 2016
Mayors’ Invitational Grape Stomp Saturday, September 17, 2016
Enjoy the 65th annual Meridian Grande Parade Saturday, September 24, 2016
Your trip to Niagara-on-the-Lake can be made a little sweeter this fall when you attend the 26th Annual Peach Festival.
Starting at 10 a.m. on August 13th 2016, bring the family down to Queen Street for a day of fun dedicated to celebrating the local peach harvest. Ranging from Victoria Street to King street, the whole area will be filled with family friendly fun.
Families can shop til they drop with all of the sidewalk sales that will be lining Queen Street. Local bakers, restaurants, and growers will also be offering plenty of fresh, delicious peachy treats for guests to enjoy.
Families can also enjoy a variety of live entertainers thanks to the 5 bands that will be giving performances. Performances include acts from The Toronto All Star Band, David Hoy, St.Catharines Pipe Band, and The Local Fife and Drum. The Ben Show, a family friendly street performer, will also be in attendance.
The day of fun ends at 7 p.m., but the festival picks right back up again at the St. Vincent de Paul Church on Sunday morning.
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Planning a trip to Niagara-On-The-Lake? A great time to come would be between July 29-31. During this time, the Niagara Jazz Festival is taking place. All weekend, for just $15, you and your family can enjoy a wide variety of live jazz artists. For guests that are of legal drinking age, there are also options where you can enjoy wine and craft beers while taking in the tunes.