This May, Burlington is home to many special events created to help different organizations. Here are some of the events happening this month.
Lace Up For Love
Spencer Smith Park
Help support Birmingham Gilgan House with a fun family morning walk from Spencer Smith Park. Register for $25 for the one or five kilometre walk on Lakeshore Road. If you can raise over $150 prior to the May 12 event, you will receive a full credit on your registration fee! Visit http://www.wellspring.ca/laceup to learn more.
May 18 & May 19
Bronte Creek Provincial Park
Learn how to prepare and enjoy Victorian Tea with friends this May at Bronte Creek Provincial Park. Participate in this grand event for tea lovers with a small donation to the park. Tour the Victorian home on the grounds at the provincial park and enjoy this time-honoured tradition with mom this May! For more information on how to participate visit, http://www.ontarioparks.com.
Rotary Club Lobsterfest
Burlington Central Arena
Foodies can come out in support of Big Brothers and Sisters of Halton & Hamilton at the 48th anniversary of this event. Enjoy three mains for $75 including delicious lobster, ribs from Camp 31, and Swiss Chalet chicken! Enjoy dinner, live auction, penny raffle, 50/50 draw and fun for the whole family on a Saturday night!
Pet Valu Walk For Dog Guides
Burlington Lions Club
100% of the funds raised from the Pet Valu Walk for Dog Guides goes directly towards the raising, training and placement of guides for Canadians with medical or physical disabilities. Nearly 3,000 people with disabilities have received specially trained dogs to assist them with their day-to-day lives, all without government funding. To find out how you can support this independent event visit, http://www.walkfordogguides.com.
Burlington residents have a lot of opportunities to get out and enjoy spring in support of many different causes. If you’re hoping to become part of any one of a number of these events throughout May visit, http://www.tourismburlington.com.