There are so many great events this weekend – and many of them are free.
Head to Market Square to celebrate Roald Dahl’s birthday with a free community screening of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Friday at 8:30. This is a weather dependent event so please check the Market Square website for updates!.
Visit the Guelph Airpark for the Tiger Boy’s Open House from 8am-5pm on Saturday or Sunday.
The Tiger Boy’s are a group of enthusiasts that find, restore and operate vintage aircraft including many WWII trainers such as Tiger Moths and Fleet Finches. These aircraft trained pilots during WWII as part of the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (BCATP). There will be a fundraiser pancake breakfast in a hangar in view of the grass runway from which the WWII trainers will be operating and the Tiger Boy’s restoration shop and numerous hangars will be open for the public to tour. A fundraiser BBQ lunch will also be available. For more information please call 519-836-6551 or visit the Tiger Boys website.
Try a free ZUMBA class in St Georges Square downtown on Saturday at noon.
Everyone is welcome to participate! No dance experience necessary! Bring your friends and family and dance the noon hour away in front of Capistrano’s and IF Footwear. Begins at noon!
Doors Open Waterloo Region celebrates its 10th anniversary, with 37 participating sites and a number of special events. Join in on these free tours of interesting buildings around Waterloo Region.
This is a fabulous event. Telling Tales is a free festival where families can discover stories together. It’s set in a beautiful historic Westfield Heritage Village, and offers free full of readings, entertainment and fun. For a full schedule and details on the event please visit the Telling Tales website.
Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and picnic and enjoy the bouncy castle, games and live entertainment. Don’t forget to bring your neighbours! All welcome!
For more information please visit www.exhibitionparkneighbourhood.ca or call 519-767-5750.