Parks and recreation has all kinds of things for you to do - check it out.

News 100 redBy Staff

November 6th, 2018

BURLINGTON, ON

 

Living and playing in Burlington.

The Parks and Recreation people have announced that Winter registration for Adult programs begins Saturday, November 17th  at 9 a.m.

Live play graphicThe online Live & Play Guide allows you to view and share program information as well as register directly from any computer or mobile device. Click for the catalogue.

When December arrives that means the Santa Claus Parade. The 53rd Santa Claus parade on Sunday, December 2nd from 2-4 p.m. The parade rolls down Guelph Line then along New Street on to James and winds around city hall.

The Santa Claus parade has taken place for more than 45 years in Burlington. Organized by a citizens group that works out of the city's Festivals and Events office it is the premier holiday event in the city. The elves have got a spot of trouble to manage with onme of their benefactors this time around.

The Santa Claus parade has taken place for more than 52 years in Burlington. Organized by a citizens group that works out of the city’s Festivals and Events office it is the premier holiday event in the city.

The day after the parade a new city council will be sworn at the Performing Arts Centre. Is the new council Santa’s gift to the city?

We have all kinds of fun floats and best of all you will see Santa on his sleigh at the end. Remember he is always watching to see if you are naughty or nice. Learn more: burlington.ca/parade.

Recreation Fee Assistance
Fee assistanceIf you need assistance in paying some of the event fees funding can be made available to individuals or families who need help paying for City of Burlington recreational programs. Fee Assistance can be applied towards registered and drop-in programs, passes and memberships. Learn more: burlington.ca/feeassistance.

 

Looking for a place to hold an event?

If you are looking for a place to hold a party or get together you might want to consider using one of the city facilities. 35% Off Ice, Gyms, Auditoriums and Community Rooms from December 1st to January 6th 2019. Terms and Conditions apply. Learn more: burlington.ca/rentals.

Neighbourhood Community Matching Fund – up to $10,000 in funding available.

An opportunity you might want to look into is the Neighbourhood Community Matching Fund that was created to inspire Burlington residents to actively champion for small projects in their neighbourhoods. Up to $10,000 in funding is available to support community projects when matched with an equivalent contribution. Deadline for application is Feb. 28, 2019. Learn more: burlington.ca/matchingfund.

 

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