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Remembrance Day Services & Weekend events for November 8th-10th

Friday Nov 08th, 2019

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REMEBERANCE DAY SERVICES   Hamilton Remembrance Garrison Service and Parade   The parade will start on James Street North in front of the John Weir Foote V.C. Armoury, travel south on James Street, east on King Street to Gore Park Where: Gore Park, 1 Hughson Street S When: November 10th 10:45 AM-12:00 PM   Remembrance Day Service   Service will include Scouts and Guides Where: Burlington East Presbyterian Church, 505 Walkers Line When:... [read more]

Provincial government says no to Burlington amalgamation!

Wednesday Nov 06th, 2019

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Since January there has been an ongoing discussion with Doug Ford’s Provincial Government, the province was trying to figure out how to streamline and provide better services to respect the tax payers’ dollar. With that brought the threat of an amalgamation of local municipalities into a “City of Halton.” Meaning that the cities of Oakville, Burlington, Milton and Halton Hills would be no more.   Many residents did just what the government asked for and... [read more]

Winterizing your home!

Monday Nov 04th, 2019

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‘Tis the seasons to start seeing those little white flakes in the weather forecast. While you may want to play oblivious until the snow starts falling from the sky, it may be smart to start taking the proper steps to make sure your home is ready for the upcoming winter. Keep reading for The 905 Sold Team’s top five tips for making sure you stay warm and your wallet stays full in the cold; 1.  Lower your thermostat- This might just be the easiest way to save on your energy... [read more]

What's happening in The 905 October 25th - 27th!

Friday Oct 25th, 2019

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Of course the weekend before Halloween the Cities will be filled with spooky festivities happening! Check out below for some fun events happening around the 905!  Halloween Spooktacular   Spend your Friday evening getting spooky with the Hamilton BIA. Navigate your way through the corn maze, take a spin at the Halloween prize wheel and explore the fun house. There is so much to do from face painting to the Urban Zoo’s reptile tent with lots of creepy crawlers. Keep your... [read more]

Whats happening in The 905 October 19th & 20th!

Friday Oct 18th, 2019

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Fall Children’s Concert by the Burlington Concert Band: Burlington Concert Band present an afternoon of music for your little ones. Featuring the children’s classic Tubby the Tuba and a chance for kids to make their own music by trying the band’s instruments. When: Saturday October 19th 1:00 pm- 3:00pm Where:  Burlington Music Centre, 2311 New Street. Price:  Free! History Explorers Club- Trains   Do you have a train enthusiast in your household?... [read more]

Burlington Loose Leaf collection

Thursday Oct 17th, 2019

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It’s that time of year again, the trees are changing to their beautiful fall colours and will soon leave us with all of beautiful colours on the ground. If you have an abundance of trees you know the struggle of having to rake your yard and then fill the dozens of brown yard bags, thankfully in Burlington they have their amazing Loose Leaf Collection system again this year to make your clean up that extra bit easier. Just rake your debris to the curb and the city will take care of the... [read more]

Federal Election 2019

Tuesday Oct 15th, 2019

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It seems like just yesterday summer was beginning. The weather was warm, the days were longer and the 2019 Federal Candidates were surfacing to tell us how they were going to help Canada for the next four years.  If you're like most of Canada the amount of information that is being thrown at you is a lot to process. So with the election being 1 week away The 905 Sold team wanted to help condense the information and give you a quick introduction to the leaders wanting to represent... [read more]

September 7 & 8 ~ What's Happening Around the 905

Friday Sep 06th, 2019

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Doggy Dip and Mutt Marketplace! Bronte Provincial Park Pool Area (1219 Burloak Drive) September 7th Mutt Marketplace open 10:00am – 3’ish Doggy dip 10:30 – 1:30. (three 1 hour time blocks)   $10.00 per dog. All proceeds support NSD’s Certified Service Dog Programs. Swim times: 10:30- 11:30, 11:30-12:30, 12:30-1:30. (A max of 50 dogs can be in the pool at any one time.)   Pre-registration encouraged – click waiver, pick a... [read more]

Labour Day Weekend ~ What's Happening Around the 905

Friday Aug 30th, 2019

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Canada’s Largest Ribfest Spenser Smith Park (1400 Lakeshore Rd) August 30th, August 31 & September 1st 11am – 11pm, September 2nd 11am – 7pm   Canada’s Largest Ribfest.  Food / Music / Rides / Beer / Craft Vendors. An amazing fundraiser that supports dozens of local charities through the efforts of Rotary Burlington Lakeshore.   Stories in the Stones: The Hamilton Women’s Tour Best of Part 1 & 2 Hamilton Cemetery (777... [read more]

August 24 & 25 ~ What's Happening Around the 905

Friday Aug 23rd, 2019

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Winona Peach Festival August 23rd – 5-11pm, August 24th 10am -11pm, August 25th 10am-6pm Winona Park (1328 Barton Street) The Peach Festival has something for everyone!  Our Arts & Craft section is nestled in our treed area and offers only handmade items, the Midway put on by Robertson Amusements has rides and games for all ages, our Commercial Exhibit area has many vendors with various products for sale, the "Peach of a Car Show" operates on Saturday and... [read more]

August 17 & 18 ~ What's Happening Around the 905

Friday Aug 16th, 2019

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Children’s Festival Spencer Smith Park (1400 Lakeshore Road) August 18th 11am – 5pm Join us as we celebrate being a kid.  Live Entertainment, Play zones and inflatables, Crafts, Kids’ marketplace.   Oakville Children’s Festival Queen Elizabeth Park Community & Cultural Centre (2302 Bridge Rd) August 17th 10am – 4pm   Treehouse TV royalty and five-time Juno Award nominees Splash’N Boots will headline... [read more]

Agust 10 & 11 ~ What's Happening Around the 905

Friday Aug 09th, 2019

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Burlington Downtown Jazz Festival Burlington Performing Arts Centre (440 Locust Street) August 10th – 11th 2pm – 8pm   Performers include Shirantha Beddage Quartet, Thomas Carbou, Christine Tassan et les Imposteures Steven Taetz, Heatehr Bambrick & Jodi Proznick; “East meets West’.  Free Event.   Walk Back in Time Bronte Creek Provincial Park August 10th 10am – 11am   In celebration and recognition of 75... [read more]

August 2, 3 & 4 ~ What's Happening Around the 905

Friday Aug 02nd, 2019

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Tim Hortons Festival of Friends Gage Park (1000 Main St E) August 2nd 2pm – 11pm August 3rd & 4th 12pm – 11pm The Festival of Friends is an outdoor music, art, and crafts festival in Hamilton, ON. It has been produced annually since 1976. Admission to the Festival has always been – and will always remain – free to everyone.  The 2019 Festival of Friends, featuring TANYA TUCKER, LOVERBOY, and THE TREWS begins THIS FRIDAY!!! Halton Freedom... [read more]

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