Canada Day celebrations – some with fireworks – abound this year after two years without.
Here’s where you can celebrate:
Adjala-Tosorontio – Fireworks at dusk at the Municipal Grounds at 7855 30th Sideroad, Alliston
Barrie – Family-friendly activities in Meridian Place, starting at 2 pm.; fireworks display over Kempenfelt Bay starting at 10 pm; Open Air Dunlop will take place on Friday, July 1 and Saturday, July 2
Bradford – Festivities commence at 4:00 pm at the Bradford & District Memorial Community Centre, including entertainment, music, food, the official ceremonies, presentation of the annual Civic Awards and fireworks at 10 pm.
Bracebridge – Canada Day Party in Downtown Bracebridge from 4 pm to 8 pm; fireworks display at Bracebridge Bay at dusk
Collingwood – Events all day long. Fireworks at 10 pm. Best views are from Millennium Park, but the Shipyards Amphitheatre or anywhere along the Waterfront Promenade will suffice
Cooks Bay Marina – Fireworks at dusk
Gravenhurst – Events from 11 am – 4 pm at Gull Lake Rotary Park
Huntsville – Events at Muskoka Heritage Place and River Mill Park; fireworks over Hunters Bay at 10 pm
Midland – Events all day long at Little Lake Park; fireworks at dusk
New Tecumseth – Events begin at noon at Tottenham Conservation Area with fireworks at dusk
Orillia – Events all day long at Couchiching Beach Park; fireworks at dusk
Penetanguishene – The Friends of the Penetanguishene Centennial Museum host Canada Day at the Museum from 11 am to 6 pm
Wasaga Beach – Activities happening all day long at Beach Area One starting at 12 pm; fireworks at dusk