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Canada Day Festivities Perth & District July 1, 2015

изтеглен файлPerth’s Canada Day Celebrations
Celebrate the country’s birthday at Conlon Farm. Children’s activities throughout the day and a barbecue. Fireworks after dusk.
Info: 1-855-326-1947






4620384425_238x1411st Annual Perth Paddle-Fest

People-powered boats depart from Perth Outfitters (21 Craig St.) at 11 a.m. Flotilla gathers in the Basin at 11:30, then heads back to Perth Outfitters to eat and play! Noon to 3 p.m.: judging of boat categories, races, paddle poker run, games, displays, kids’ crafts, live music and more! Canoe display all week at Crystal Palace.


Lanark Highlands’ Canada Day Celebrations
Visit the Clyde Memorial Ball Park in Lanark Village and take part in the Canada Day celebrations.
Info: 613-259-2398

Canada Day Celebration – Fallbrook Community Association
At the Fallbrook baseball field. Family activities and fireworks!
Info: 613-264-8728 or or find Fallbrook Community Association on Facebook

Canada Day Events – Heritage Mica Days
Join in the fun at Murphys Point Provincial Park
Info: 613-267-5340 or

Heritage Whisky Tasting

Heritage Whisky TastingFriday, December 12th, 2014 at The Fall River Restaurant, it’s the HERITAGE MICA DAYS HERITAGE WHISKY TASTING events. The tasting begins at 7:30pm where there will be stories of local whisky distilling by an experienced Whisky Sommelier, music by CRATUR and food samplings. Tickets $70 per person. Advance tickets required through Tickets Please, at or 613-485-6434. For further information, go to or contact us at or 613-267-5340. This event is sponsored by Tay Valley Township, Perth Tourism, Valley Heartland CFDC, and Heritage Mica Days. 

Thanks Giving Dinner Theatre

theatreOn Saturday, October 11th, 2014 Heritage Mica Days will once again present their THANKSGIVING DINNER THEATRE at Murphys Point Provincial Park.

Imagine yourself as part of an intimate group of 24 people, following a trail to the Silver Queen Mine in the company of character actors. The script of Dave Lally Cooks a Turkey tells the adventures of the Lally Family, original homesteaders in the Murphys Point area, with a lot of truth and a whole lot of whimsy.

Tickets are $75 per person and must be purchased in advance (price includes all gratuities and vehicle entry fees). Purchase four tickets at one time for a special price of $255 (a 15% savings). Tickets are available securely online at or by calling Beth at 613-267-5340.

Please note that it is about a 2km return trip walk from the parking area to the Silver Queen Mine, and the trail is NOT barrier free. Dogs are not permitted at this event.