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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Art Gallery of Burlington 1333 Lakeshore Road, Burlington

Jeremy Laing creates incidental, non-hierarchical, narratives with unconventional, handmade, industrial, discarded, and under-appreciated material. Their immersive, affective environments respond to the constraints and possibilities of the deep, sensory pleasure of material—both... Read more


How can I know you?

Using materials sourced from the earth, the artists in How can I know you? work to share site-specific knowledge about kinship and generational relations, industry and settlement, social and political... Read more

Maple Syrup Festival

Bronte Creek Provincial Park 3201 Upper Middle Road West, Burlington

Plan to enjoy at least 2 hours exploring the festival! Join a guided tour of Maple Lane, watch as maple candy or taffy is poured and tour the 120+ year... Read more


Maple Town

Mountsberg Conservation Area 2259 Millburough Line, Campellville

Learn all about tree tapping, sap collection, syrup making and our amazing Sugar Maples! Learn about the history of syrup making Sample maple sugar and syrup Enjoy maple taffy on snow Enjoy... Read more

$7 – $12
Event Series Easter Brunch

Easter Brunch

Royal Botanical Gardens 680 Plains Rd W, Burlington

Come join us in celebration, as we embrace the rejuvenating spirit of springtime and revel in the joy of delightful company paired with delectable specialties.

$25 – $70

Sweet Water Season

Learn about the Indigenous origins and current practice of maple sugaring Visit the 'First Harvest: Celebrating Sweet Water' exhibit in a replica 15th-century Longhouse Village Join a guided maple and birch syrup-tasting... Read more

Free – $10.50

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