Village Square event with vendors, people shopping downtown

Burlington is known for its festivals and events!  Join us for immersive events all year round.

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Telling Tales

Royal Botanical Gardens 680 Plains Rd W, Burlington

This September, Telling Tales returns to a live and in-person festival with 2 fun-filled days of programming, 5 stages featuring your favourite authors, illustrators, and storytellers, and over 40 presenters... Read more


Burlington Centre Farmer’s Market

Burlington Centre 777 Guelph Line, Burlington

Now celebrating their 64th year in Burlington. Market vendors carry a wide variety of locally grown fresh produce, baking, meats, cheese, eggs etc.   You will find the freshest food available and... Read more


Hike for Carpenter Hospice

The Carpenter Hospice 2250 Parkway Drive, Burlington

We absolutely love our community. We want to join together and hike our neighbourhood in support of our programs and services here at Carpenter Hospice.


Burlington Model Railway Club Public Viewing

Burlington Model Railway Centre 1137 Hidden Valley Road, Burlington

It's 2022!  Good news!  Bring the family and join us! We are pleased to announce our Open House and Public viewing sessions -- on Saturdays


Crawford Lake: NishDish Pop-up

Crawford Lake 3115 Conservation Road, Burlington

Conservation Halton is excited to announce that NishDish will once again be opening a pop-up location at Crawford Lake Conservation Area. Friday through Sunday from May 13, 2022 until Thanksgiving... Read more


Hops and Harvest Festival

Area 8 Conservation Area 5347 Steeles Ave W, Milton

Hops & Harvest is an autumn festival that features local food, beverage, and artisan vendors while celebrating the great outdoors. Inspired by the changing colours of the escarpment, the patchwork... Read more

Free – $24.75

Submit an Event

Have an upcoming event in Burlington, Ontario that you would like to promote? Submit it for free and we will add your event to our calendar. Events include local concerts, festivals, theatre, live music, sporting events, outdoor attractions, tours, and culinary events.

Preference will be given to events that drive tourism, are hosted by a tourism partner, or provide experiences for residents and visitors. Community events must be within Burlington/Halton and are free to attend or hosted by a not-for-profit.

Crowd gathered at stage with lake view