Monthly Archives: December 2011

Day 17 of 365 Things to do in Burlington – Mountsberg Raptor Centre

Day 17 of 365 Things to do in Burlington – Mountsberg Raptor Centre

Do you want to get “nose-to-beak” with the diverse and fascinating world of birds of prey? You could meet owls the size of pop cans or eagles with seven-foot wingspans! This is a great opportunity to get close to some of these magnificent birds. A great place to spend the day with the kids! Tucked(…)

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Day 16 of 365 Things to do in Burlington – Winter Wonderland Family Fun Festival

Day 16 of 365 Things to do in Burlington – Winter Wonderland Family Fun Festival

Come to the FREE LifeOne80 Winter Wonderland Family Festival! Enjoy a program of musical talent from the community followed by a FREE Christmas Gift Giveaway for kids 12 and under (while supplies last). Engage in activities at the craft and baking booths or visit the photo booth and get your family photo taken just in(…)

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Day 15 of 365 Things to do in Burlington – Skating at Rotary Centennial Pond

Day 15 of 365 Things to do in Burlington – Skating at Rotary Centennial Pond

Tis the season for skating in the park. I know the weather hasn’t really cooperated yet, but coming down to the park with the family for a fun skate by the lake is a great way to spend the day in Burlington. Discovery Landing overlooks the Rotary Centennial Pond, a 10,000 square-foot year-round water feature.(…)

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Day 14 of 365 Things to do in Burlington – Christmas Parade

Day 14 of 365 Things to do in Burlington – Christmas Parade

Santa Claus is coming to Town! Be sure to head downtown today with the kids for Burlington’s Santa Claus parade. The parade starts near the Burlington Mall at the corner of Prospect Street and Guelph Line, marches along Guelph Line to New Street, travels west along New Street to James Street, then north on Brant(…)

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