It’s an action-packed month for Hamilton! Here are some of the events happening around the city.
Talk and Tea: Mahler’s Fifth
FirstOntario Concert Hall
The Hamilton Philharmonic Orchestra presents an entertaining glimpse into the lives and music of the composers on the next day’s Mahler concert. Tickets include coffee, tea, treats, and a behind-the-scenes visit to the HPO rehearsal on stage at FirstOntario Concert Hall. For more on this great date night out visit, http://www.hpo.org.
Modern City – Walking Tour
Discover all the new and exciting things that have changed in downtown Hamilton. Get out and explore the modern renovations that have changed the landscape of Hamilton since 1990. This simple hike is good for all ages and is accessible for wheelchairs. This pre-registration walk sets out from 28 James Street, for more information please visit, http://www.ladyhamiltonclub.com.
Parents can bring their little ones down to Core Entertainment’s, The Studio, at 1 Summers Lane in downtown Hamilton for an aerial circus like no other. This circus performance is set in an intimate forest and features all sorts of aerial arts. Children under five will dazzle in amazement before a scheduled play time after the production. For more on tickets visit, http://www.coreentertainment.ca.
Stories in the Stones: War of 1812 Tour
Hamilton Cemetery, 777 York Boulevard
Learn all sorts of interesting things about the War of 1812 and the Fort at Burlington Heights. Take a FREE historical perception tour at this historical cemetery. For more on times and tours phone 905-544-9559.
Christie Antique & Vintage Show
Christie Lake Conservation Area
Don’t miss acres and acres of retail antique vendors with thousands of artifacts and pieces to choose from. Discover all sorts of nostalgia items, furniture, art and more! This event is rain or shine and will feature a few different food vendors to keep you shopping. To find out more about this huge antique sale visit, http://christieshow.ca.
For all sorts of family fun events happening around Hamilton be sure to visit http://www.tourismhamilton.com.