What to Do This Weekend in Hamilton!
November 25th – 27th
Winter Wonder – Royal Botanical Gardens
November 23rd – Jan 8th @ 5-7 PM
Experience the magic of the holiday season under the stars as historic Hendrie Park transforms into a winter wonderland of nature and light. This unique outdoor experience guides visitors along Hendrie Park’s picturesque pathways adorned with charming festive lights, including 7 magical displays that tell the stories of unique winter wonders!
Lakeside Festival of Lights – Spencer Smith Park
November 25th – Jan 8th @ 4:30 PM – Midnight
Come share your holiday spirits with family and friends while strolling through the 60 magical lighting displays set up at Spencer Smith Park.
BPAC Festival of Trees – The Burlington Performing Art Centre
November 23rd – December 17th
Pre-lit artificial Christmas trees, generously donated by Canadian Tire – Burlington Stores and sponsored by local businesses, will light up BPAC’s Lobby for over 4 weeks – until their silent auction ‘winners’ take them home for the holidays.
Music of Hope and Harmony: Bach and Chatman – Central Presbyterian Church
November 26th @ 7:30 PM – 10:30 PM
Join us for the Bach Elgar Choir’s triumphant ’22/’23 season opening performance: “Music for Hope and Harmony”, with orchestra.
Ouija Shark 2 – North American Premiere – Playhouse Cinema
November 24th @ 9 PM
Come see the North American premiere of Ouija Shark 2 with cast and crew in attendance! The film opened in Japan to sold-out audiences! It has also been screened in France. Come see the madness for yourself…
Shaun Majumder – FirstOntario Concert Hall
November 25th @ 7:30 PM
The Love Tour. Canadian Comedian Shaun Majumder comes to downtown, Hamilton.
Shaun landed his first gigs with YTV and CBC’s Just For Laughs comedy series. He continued to book roles in film and TV and in 2003 he joined the cast of CBC’s This Hour Has 22 minutes where he spent seventeen seasons.
Saturday Night Fever – Sanderson Centre
November 27th @ 3:00 PM
Saturday Night Fever is an American dance drama film directed by John Badham, produced by Robert Stigwood and stars John Travolta. Tony Manero (Travolta) is a young Italian-American man from the Brooklyn borough of New York who spends his weekends dancing and drinking at a local discotheque while dealing with social tensions and general restlessness as he feels directionless in life and trapped in his working-class ethnic neighbourhood. The film features music by the Bee Gees and many other prominent artists of the disco era.
Botanical Train Display – RBG Centre
November 23rd – Jan. 8th
Constructed from over seven tons of cedar slabs, 3,000 pounds of rock and 250 feet of track, the Botanical Train Show features model trains amongst famous Canadian landmarks from coast to coast!
Westdale BIA Winter Wander – Westdale Village BIA Hamilton
November 25th – 27th
Join us for our two-day Winter Wander event in the Westdale Village! Bring the whole family out for some Holiday fun.
Winter Artfest – Woodland Cultural Centre
November 26th @ 10 AM – 5 PM
A day of eating, shopping, arts and crafts!
Winter Past Times – Battlefield National Historic Site
November 22nd – December 30th @ 12 PM – 4 PM
Gather your family together, take a break from holiday shopping and step back in time. Walk the landscape of Battlefield Park and then experience the warmth, welcome and simplicity of an early 19th home in wintertime. The Gage Family home comes alive at this special time of year with evergreen boughs on the mantles and enticing aromas in the air.