Bond Head was alive with the sound of music at the Bond Head Lions Club presented Music in the Park II Sunday. Traditional country music was the flavour of the day with performances from the likes of yodeling cowgirl Naomi Bristow and Ontario country music troubadours The Good Brothers. The afternoon of entertainment was free, but donations to Matt
Too much CarrotFest? The Family Fun Fair, held at the Lions Park on the Sunday after the street festival, always offers the antidote.
The party started Friday evening, as Mayor Rob Keffer and all of Council officially opened CarrotFest 2016 in the Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury.
If you didn’t get it before, you probably do now, this whole celebration of The Tragically Hip thing that the rest of the country’s been busy doing all summer.
With all the heat and humidity, Bradford's fourth annual Ribfest got off to a slow start on Friday. The crowds were initially sparse, on what proved to be the hottest and stickiest day of the summer of 2016.
The BWG Events Group barely had time to recover from hosting the first-ever Bradford Food Truck Festival, when it had to hit the ground running, to prepare for the 4th annual Bradford Ribfest – three days of Ribs, Music and Fun, July 22-24.
Summer festivals take advantage of Ontario's fine summer weather – but there's no denying that outdoor festivals are vulnerable. They are at the mercy of the weather; if it's too hot, too cold, too windy, and worst of all, if it rains, a festival can face disaster.
Wondering what's happening locally on Canada Day? There are plenty of opportunities to celebrate.
Bradford - Bradford United Church plans to create a Centre for the Arts within its church building at 66 Barrie St. – a vibrant and welcoming venue where audiences will be able to experience the arts, and one that is inclusive and accessible for performers and artists.