Happy Canada Day! Here are some great events happening in Caledon today to celebrate Canada’s birthday!
Canada Day at Downey’s Farm. Canada’s birthday kicks off at 9 a.m. with Downey’s Farm serving scrumptious pancakes topped with Downey’s own strawberries and whipped cream—only $7 per person. Fun for the WHOLE FAMILY, with lots of GOOD FOOD! Free Admission and Parking. Join them for a day of celebration as we recognize the birth of our glorious country with live music from several local groups, exciting and thrilling activities, and even a dog show! Pick your own strawberries or ready picked berries will be available on the grounds.
Canada Day at Caledon Fair. Canada Day will be celebrated with the 26th Annual Strawberry Festival held at the Caledon Fairgrounds located on Hwy #10 in the Village of Caledon. Feather-light pancakes ladled with field fresh strawberries and cream, live music, a Classic Car Show with avenue upon avenue of vintage cars and craft and artisan trade fair all creates a full day of family entertainment, celebrating Canada’s birthday. The Fairgrounds open at 8am, with admission free. All proceeds dedicated to the Caledon Agricultural Society for maintenance and facility upgrades to the grounds which has served the Caledon community since 1860.
19th Annual Caledon Canada Day Celebrations at Albion Hills Music, magic, dog shows and more. Enjoy free admission to one of the liveliest events of the year. Dance along to a live band, or enjoy some fun jumping around in some inflatables. And of course, you can’t miss out on the spectacular fireworks display, lighting up the sky at dusk. The fun will get started around 4 p.m. at the Albion Hills Conservation Area (16500 Regional Road 50, Caledon) north of Bolton and fireworks are set to go off around 10 p.m.
Pick up some locally sourced food at the Inglewood Farmers’ Market. If you happen to not be terribly partial to big crowds, what better way to ring in the nation’s birthday than to craft your own feast out of food grown in Canadian soil? Identifying as a true “foodie” market, you will find dinner on the BBQ made with local food (of course), an array of local fruits, veggies, meats, honey and preserves, baked goods, artisans and more. The market goes off every Wednesday from 3 to 7 p.m. at Inglewood Park (15551 McLaughlin Road) in the Village of Inglewood.