Thursday, August 29, 2013

September 2013 In Kitchener Waterloo Labour Day Events, Mighty Machines, Fall Fairs and lots of Festivities

 September 2013

Kitchener Market Kids Hop Schedule
Tues 11am-Noon

KPL Sept Calendar
WPL Sept Calendar
Cambridge Libraries Calendar

Family Favourites Saturdays At Cineplex Theatres

Paris Fair
Aug 29-Sept 2

Orangeville Fair
Aug 30-Sept 2

For more upcoming Fall Fairs visit our post 20 Fall Fairs

Want to save money on all your treks this LABOUR DAY WEEKEND? Here's a coupon for 7 cents off a Litre at Canadian Tire Gas Bars!

Friday, August 30, 2013
Movie Night - Hoodwinked
Shade's Mills Conservation Area, 450 Avenue Rd., Cambridge
Come watch movies under the stars starting at dusk every Friday night! The food concession will
be open and offering snacks and drinks. Visitors should bring lawn chairs and blankets to sit in
front of the big screen. Movies are all rated parental guidance (PG) or general admission (G)
and are suitable for families. The movies are free for season pass holders and day pass holders.
Or, up to six people in a vehicle can gain admission for a special flat fee of $10 on Friday nights
starting an hour before show time. Cancellations will be posted on Facebook and Twitter.
Time: 8:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
Price: Free with admission or $10.00 per vehicle

Saturday, August 31, 2013
Meet the Animals
Guelph Lake Conservation Area, 7743 Conservation Dr., Guelph
Hold a snake, touch a toad, and meet other “creature-teachers” from the Guelph Lake Nature
Centre. Kids will love these safe, close-up animal encounters! Children 16 years or younger
must be accompanied by an adult.
Time: 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Meet at: Camper beach
Price: Free with park admission

Saturday, August 31, 2013
Trisport Triathlon and Duathlon Guelph Lake Weekend II
Guelph Lake Conservation Area, 7743 Conservation Dr., Guelph
Guelph Lake Conservation Area sets the stage for this popular triathlon and duathlon weekend.
Participate in a Try-a-tri, the Duathlon or the Traithlon. This event features a variety of distances
at the same great site as the June Triathlon and a safe, fast course.
More Information: Trisport Canada website
Price: See website
Registration: Register and see a full schedule at Trisport Canada.

Saturday, August 31, 2013
Animal Show
Laurel Creek Conservation Area, 625 Westmount Rd., Waterloo
Meet a live animal or two borrowed from our nature center, and examine a collection of skulls,
fur and feathers of different animals that are commonly found in the area. Children 16 years or
younger must be accompanied by an adult.
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Meet at: Baseball shelter
Price: Free with park admission

Bingemans Labour Weekend Deals
Labor Day Weekend-Bottomless BowlingSaturday, Sunday or Monday, pay $10.00 (plus HST) and bowl, bowl, bowl. 2 hour times, based on wait times. Includes shoes. Come end the summer and kick off fall!

Big Splash Waterpark
Labor Day Weekend SpecialEnjoy the last weekend of summer with a Big Bang at Big Splash! Pay once, play all weekend. For $55.90 plus HST enjoy Big Splash from Friday at 4pm until Monday when we close up for the season!

Labor Day MondayEnjoy Big Splash for only $10.00 plus HST today! End the summer relaxing pool side or wipping down some slides. This is all day and for Big Splash only.

Sunday Sept 1

Kitchener Rangers Fan Appreciation Day
11:00am-2pm followed by the Charity Pre-Season Game

Monday Sept 2
  • Herrles Market There you will find a great marketplace with a local food flare. There is an outdoor play area for the kids! For more info visit the Herrles Market website
  • St. Jacobs The Village of St. Jacobs shops will be open. Take a look at the St Jacobs website for more info
  • St Jacobs Outlet Mall The St Jacobs Outlet mall is open from 10am-5pm. You can see all their Holiday Hours listed on their information page
  • Shoppers Drug Mart Most Shoppers Drug Mart locations are open for Labour Day. The ones that offer grocery items can be very helpful in a pinch
Also most Movie Theatres, variety stores, coffee shops, restaurants, GRCA parks, public splash pads and public OUTDOOR pools are open Labour Day. Same with most amusement centres like Bingemans (See above), Bowling Alleys, Chuck E Cheese and LaserQuest. Check their websites for hours and pricing.

Chicopee Tube Park Labour Day Hours

Travel A Steam Train To Elmira

Last Day for One Love @ THEMUSEUM

Sept 5-8
Cambridge Fall Fair
Buy your Admission & All Day Ride wristbands for $25 at Giant Tiger Cambridge

Saturday Sept 7
Mighty Machines Showcase @ Bingemans
The Mighty Machines Showcase is a family oriented community event that brings Mighty Machines to life, providing adults and kids a chance to see construction and other service vehicles up close.
Touch them! Investigate them!
Talk to the people that operate them!
- See more at:
Everyone always loves this one!
Tickets: Advance tickets now on sale - online ONLY!
Advance: $5 per person or $17 for a family of 4
Gate:$7 per person or $24 for a family of 4
Children 2 and under are free. All prices include HST.

To purchase tickets:
Online:Click HERE (Online tickets are available until Sept 6 @ 11:59pm)
In Person:The reception desk at FunWorx
By Phone:Call 519.744.1555

Anyone with a Mighty Machines ticket can purchase a FunWorx play structure admission for only $4.95 (+hst) for that day! That's a savings of $5 off the regular price. Great deal!
- See more at:

Bicycle Festival @ Waterloo Square
Free and donations accepted

Listowel Memorial Park
Kick Off

Mouthguard Clinic
Prices vary see website

Sept 7 and 8
Berlin Klassic Car Show @ Bingemans

Sun Sept 8
Turf And Surf (formely known as Surf Dogs) @ Bingemans
Cost and Times vary see website

Sun Sept 8
Williamsburg Community Festival
Join Schlegel Urban Developments for our 7th annual Williamsburg Community Festival in the heart of the Williamsburg Town Centre to enjoy family based games and activities. The festival features live music, a BBQ, petting zoo, pony rides, a bouncing castle, Kitchener Public Library (KPL) reading tent and much more all free of charge!

Hilltop Faith Church Festival
3849 King St E. Kitchener
Our annual Hilltop Festival is a free community event. There will be a free barbecue from noon until 3 pm, bouncy castle, joust, bungee run and other carnival games all afternoon, pony rides from 2-4 pm and other entertainment including a lizard show, the TumbleBus and more

Sept 13 and 14
Centre In The Square's Opening Party
Times and Performances vary by date. See website

Lots of Fall Fairs this weekend including New Hamburg! Visit our 20 Fall Fairs Post!

Sat Sep 14,
Where: Listowel Memorial Park, 455 Royal Street East
Celebrating the 100th anniversary of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Canada. BBQ, inflatable stations, clown. 10am-4pm

Sept 15
ThunderStorm Productions 20th Birthday
Waterloo Public Square
Slushies/Popcorn/Cotton Candy and mist tents as well as playing music All for FREE!!!

Sept 17-21
International Plowing Match
Mitchell Ontario (about an hour from KW)

Sept 21
Word On The Street Kitchener

Royal Medival Faire
Waterloo Park
Admission is $5.00 per person, $2.50 for children 10 & under.
This event is suitable for all ages and has something to offer everyone. The admission covers everything in the park except vendor merchandise, food and beverages. It is a great day for the entire family and those interested in history and the arts.

Sept 29
Drive 4 Change
12 noon to 4 pm
Erbsville Kartway
Live Music Performance by the Royal Streets
Donation based BBQ
Meet a CFL Hamilton TIger Cat Player
Portion of Go Kart Laps purchased donated to Nutrition for Learning

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