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Gananoque Santa Claus Parade

The Gananoque BIA is proud to host the annual Santa Claus Parade. The parade will begin at Gananoque & Intermediate Secondary School and head downtown along King Street making it’s final turn on Park Street.

This annual evening Parade lights up Downtown Gananoque with a festive glow, live music & holiday magic!

Visit with Santa and get a FREE photo at Town Park from 6-7 p.m.

Stay tuned for details on inclusive accessible seating/viewing areas, including reduced sound options.

The Gananoque Santa Claus Parade is a much-loved community celebration of the Holiday season. The BIA is non-profit organization, and we need your help to make this the best Parade ever. Please join us as we give back to the community that supports us all!

 

 

Date :
November 24, 2018 from 5 to 7pm

Event location :
10 King Street East
(Second Floor – Visitor Centre)
Gananoque Ontario

Contact :
Alison at  downtowngananoquebia@gmail.com

Gananoque’s Christmas Market

 

Christmas Market – Featuring 19 vendors & Craft Makers, including wood working, wreaths & decor, knitted items, doll cloths, dog treats, dog coats, Tupperware, Scentsy, AVON, Epicure, Isagenix, Honey, DoTERRA Oils, Fifth Ave Jewelry, duNorth Clothing,Lipsense, Usborne Books and more. There will also be a raffle & Bake table. A delicious lunch of soup & sandwiches will be available.

Tables are available to rent (5′ x 2.5′) $20.

 

 

Date :
November 24, 2018 from 10am to 2pm

Event location :
Grace United Church, 120 Pine St. Gannaoque, ON K7G 1C7

Contact :
Laurie at grace.gan@outlook.com or call 613-382-2161 for more information or to register

1000 Islands Makers Market

 

Mark November 15th on your calendars!!! We are hosting our 4th makers market and it will be the perfect opportunity for you to pick up beautiful local gifts in an enjoyable shopping setting!

 

Current List of Makers: 

Arrow It Forward 
Nature’s Tonic
Head in Hats
Courtney Creations
Vanderzee
Women Who Swear
Boho & Hobo 
Kingston Cottage Macrame 
Fuzzling Monsters
Shiva’s Delight
The Ye11ow
Homegrown Rustic
Gold and Ginger
Lyndsay Lawson Artist
Beyond the Arbour
Sasspot Creations
Bubbles & Bombs
Here & Now
Fibre Art by Joyce
Black Sheep Cannery
LKL Creations
Cheesecakery Bakery

Date :
November 15, 2018 from 6 to 9pm

Event location :
Firehall Theatre – 185 South Street

Gananoque, ON

Contact :
E-mail: arrowitforward@gmail.com

One of a Kind Holiday Pottery Course

 

For both beginners and those with experience, this three-week pottery course teaches you the basic techniques of hand-building lead by pottery artist Sarah Hamelin. Tuesdays, November 13th, 20th and 27th from 6:30-8:30 PM. Each week’s class is two hours long, which includes instruction and independent work time. Tackle a new project each night and make many original handmade gifts for the Holiday season.

Christmas Ornaments. Learn the basics to get you started! We’ll teach you how to roll out a slab, clean/compress and add texture. If you know the basics – you can get making right away. We’ll have time to make 10+ ornaments!

To buy tickets: https://www.artsandcraftcollective.com/book-online/one-of-a-kind-holiday-pottery-course

 

Date :
November 13, 2018

Event location :
Arts & Craft Collective – 161 King Street, East

Gananoque, ON

Contact :
Phone number: 613-382-2149

5th Annual Thousand Islands Bark Bash

 

Invite all of your friends to a celebration of everything dog! Meet the rescues, lots of great vendors for canine supplies and services, doggie displays and demonstrations. All dogs and dog lovers are welcome, so share this with everyone who would like to come and be sure to bring your well behaved dog! For safety, please keep all your companions on leashes. Admission is free.

 

Date : Saturday, July 28, 2018 at 10am

Event location : Town Hall Park, King Street East, Gananoque, ON, Canadá 

Contact :  Thousand Islands Bark Bash

Gananoque Pirate Invasion

 

 

Pirates are returning to the 1000 Islands and the fair town of Gananoque to host the 2017 Gananoque Pirate Invasion!

Festival dates:
July 6, 7 & 8, 2018

Schedule of Events:

Friday July 6th 6pm to 9am
Tall Ships Youth Sleep-Over with Pirates in Joel Stone Park ( Open to Youth 11-13 years old and a parent that wish to rent an accommodation tent overnight on the Friday). Join Youth arriving from a sail on The Black Jack Tall Ship mooring at the Festival in a Treasure Hunt with Compass, play a Ships Signalling Game, Dress as a Pirate, Sing Sea Shanties around the fire and sleep under the stars! Breakfast in the morning and then a full day of fun at the festival! Go to pirateinvasion.ca for details regarding the Accommodation Tents or email: ganpirateinvasion@gmail.com for details.

Saturday Festival Gates open – 10am-5:30pm

Letters of Mark with Treasure Maps are purchased for $2 at the gate for admission, and can be used to enter to win a fabulous prize if ye follows the map!

Horse drawn trolley will take festival goers between downtown and the festival site all day, while being entertained by a tall-tale telling and singing Pirate!

All Day enjoy pirate-inspired tasty foods, non-alcoholic beverages, local craft beers and grog in the Thirsty Bones Pirate Pub (licensed – onsite) – All ages welcome until festival close (5:30pm) and then Pub re-opens for 19+ visitors for night time show.

All day – pirate activities, games, and interactive exhibits to participate in across the encampment. Visit the Mermaid Grotto, Learn about Ship to Ship Battles and Armaments, Send a Secret Message by Ship to Ship Signals across the Encampment and get a reply back!, Interact with a crew of scallywag pirate characters – both French and English Speaking – will interact with and tell ye about their fine selves and life as a pirate on the high seas and Canada!

Come join the Pirate Invasion and lets go back in time together to 1691 – the Golden Era of Pirates!

All Day Continuous Activities include:
– Mermaid Grotto
– A French Quarter, with old-fashioned card and board games, open-fire French Bread cooking, stories of French Pirates, French Pirate Music and More!
– Cannon Ball Run Game
– Save The Ship game
– Tug-A-War with the pirates
– Swashbuckling story telling
– Fortune Telling
– Capt’n Tor’s Cooperative Mercantile
– Walk-the-plank
– Knot Tying
– Pirate Face painting
– Krakens & Rigging game
– Digging for treasure
– Local Merchants & Vendors
– Speciality Pirate and Period-historical Vendors

Send a message bottle fer additional details if ye be itchin’ ta sign up fer a higher level of participation as a volunteer in this event : ganpirateinvasion@gmail.com

Set up of the Encampment will occur Wednesday 2pm onward, Thursday, and Friday (August 16-18) Pirate Society and Volunteer folks are a huge help in getting the tents raised and ready! Make yer mark below ta let us know if ye can assist even fer a couple hours ta help set up!

 

Date : July 6, 2018 at 6pm

Event location : Joel Stone Heritage Park, Gananoque, ON K7G 2M5 

Gananoque Farmer’s Market

 

Fresh locally grown produce, meats, baked goods, cut flowers and more! Meet your farmers and neighbours, enjoy a picnic supper in the park and live music from the bandstand. Our market is proud to offer only locally produced goods, for sale by the hands that made/grew them!

The Gananoque Farmers’ Market operates with the goal of promoting local market growers and providing access to fresh local produce & local goods. The market is run by volunteers and the involvement of members to help contribute to the success of the market. The market is managed by a Market Coordinator and a volunteer board (known as the Board) composed of at least two vendors. Market Schedule The Market operates from the first Thursday in June through until the second Thursday in October, weekly from 4 p.m until 7 p.m. The market location is at the Gananoque Town Hall Park.

Thursdays from 4 to 7 pm

June 7th to October 4th

 

Date : July 5, 12, 19, 26 to October 4th, 2018

Event location : Town Hall Park, King Street East, Gananoque, ON

Contact : Tara Treanor – ganfarmersmarket@gmail.com or visit https://www.gananoquefarmersmarket.ca/

 

Canada Day at Thousand Islands National Park

 

Join us for Cake, Music, Airbrush Tattoos, Hiking, Live Animals & Arts & Crafts! Celebrate our nation’s birthday with outdoor games, kids programs, crafts, live animals, and more! Cake will be served at noon after singing the national anthem.

 

Date : July 1,2018 – from 1pm to 4pm

Event location : Visitor Centre, 1121-1000 Islands Pkwy, exit 675 off Highway 401

Contact : 613-923-5261; ont-ti@pc.gc.ca

Happy Canada day!

 

On July 1, 1867, Canada became a self-governing dominion of Great Britain and a federation of four provinces: Nova Scotia; New Brunswick; Ontario; and Quebec. The anniversary of this date was called Dominion Day until 1982. Since 1983, July 1 has been officially known as Canada Day.

In many towns and cities, municipal governments organize a range of events, often outdoors. These include pancake breakfasts, parades, concerts, carnivals, festivals, firework displays and citizenship ceremonies for new Canadian citizens. The celebrations often have a patriotic mood. Canada’s national flag is widely displayed and a lot of people paint their faces red and white, which are Canada’s national colors. The celebrations in Ottawa, which is Canada’s capital city, are particularly exuberant.

History

On July 1, 1867, the British North Americas Act created the Dominion of Canada as a federation of four provinces. This event is known as the confederation of Canada. The four original provinces were created from the former British colonies of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick and the Province of Canada, which was divided into the provinces of Quebec and Ontario. Canada’s boundaries have been extended since 1867. The country now consists of 10 provinces and three territories.

As the anniversary of Confederation, Dominion Day, and later Canada Day, was the date set for a number of important events, such as the first national radio network hookup by the Canadian National Railway (1927); the inauguration of the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation’s cross-country television broadcast, with Governor General Vincent Massey’s Dominion Day speech from Parliament Hill (1958); the flooding of the Saint Lawrence Seaway (1958); the first colour television transmission in Canada (1966); the inauguration of the Order of Canada (1967); and the establishment of “O Canada” as the country’s national anthem (1980). Other events fell on the same day coincidentally, such as the first day of the Battle of the Somme in 1916—shortly after which Newfoundland recognized July 1 as Memorial Day to commemorate the Newfoundland Regiment’s heavy losses during the battle—and the enactment of the Chinese Immigration Act in 1923—leading Chinese-Canadians to refer to July 1 as Humiliation Day and boycott Dominion Day celebrations until the act was repealed in 1947.

Symbol

Canada’s national flag is seen on Canada Day. This consists of two vertical red rectangles separated by a white square. The white square contains a red image of a maple leaf. Canada’s national colors are red and white and are used in many ways on Canada Day. Some people wear red and white clothing and others paint their faces in these colors.

 

Date :
Sunday, July 1, 2018

Gananoque Ontario :: April events 2018

Hacksaw Jim Duggan’s 2×4 Tour

 

 

Join WWE hall of famer Hacksaw Jim Duggan as Thousand Islands Playhouse and Eh1 Entertainment present Duggan’s 2×4 Tour, live for one night only at The Firehall, 185 South St., Gananoque. The iconic pro wrestler will regale the audience with funny stories, behind-the-scenes insight and never-before-told stories from the world of pro wrestling. An exclusive meet-and-greet will take place prior to the show (autographs, photo ops and merchandise not included in ticket price). The evening will also feature two of Canada’s top comedians in Casey Corbin and Kingston’s Ryan Dennee. Don’t miss out on this opportunity to meet an icon!

 

Date : Tuesday, April 17, 2018 from 6:30pm to 9:30pm

Event location : Firehall Theatre – 185 South Street – Gananoque, Ontario Canada

Contact : 613-382-7020 

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Swing with the Big Phat Horn Band

 

 

CABARET MUSIC SERIES
Swing with the Big Phat Horn Band – Saturday, April 21 at 7:30pm and Sunday, April 22 at 2:30pm
A treat for folks that like to listen and dance to Big Band Swing, rock, and jazz. Featuring the vocals of Michael K Myers.

 

Date : Saturday, April 21, 2018 from 7:30pm to 10pm

           Sunday, April 22, 2018 from 2:30pm to 5pm

Event location : Firehall Theatre – 185 South Street – Gananoque, Ontario Canada

Contact : 613-382-7020 or tenorman1@gmail.com

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1000 Islands Writer Festival

 

 

The 1000 Islands Writers Festival brings together leading Canadian writers and their audiences in picturesque riverside settings to explore and be inspired by the literary world.

The festival is a celebration of books, the literary arts and the creative process that aims to foster the discovery and enjoyment of reading and writing by bringing leading Canadian authors and their audiences together in relaxed and intimate conversational settings.

 

Date : Friday, April 27 to Sunday, April 29, 2018

Event location : Firehall Theatre – 185 South Street Gananoque, Ontario Canada

Contact : http://1000islandswritersfestival.ca/schedule/

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