Fall is many people’s favourite time of the year. We live in a great city with so much to do during Fall. We have complied a list of different Fall events in Hamilton, that you and your family can participate during the next couple of months. You’re welcome. The only deal is that the next time you come in – you have to tell us about it.
Norfolk County Fair & Horse Show
172 South Dr., Simcoe, Hamilton ON
The 175th Norfolk County Fair and Horse Show is always a great time for the family. At this Fair you will find entertainment, concerts, agricultural displays, craft exhibits, food vendors, demolition derby, art demonstrations and talent shows. For more information about tickets and times visit: norfolkcountyfair.com
Rockton World’s Fair
812 Old Highway 8 – follow Hwy 8 to Rockton, Hamilton
The 162nd Rockton World’s Fair will take place this year. Whether you’re 9 or 95, you will find something fun to do. This includes demolition derbies, midway, 4-H, horse shows, pie-eating contest and helicopter rides. For more information on tickets and times please visit: rocktonworldsfair.com
Country Wine, Cider & Harvest Festival
1468 Highway #8, Stoney Creek, ON
Come enjoy live entertainment, food & wine pairings, harvest train ride, Doug’s Wagon ride, fall crafts, snacks, fresh desserts & pies, kids fun test and pumpkin decorating.
Good Shepherd Harvest Dinner
Carmen’s Banquet Centre
1520 Stone Church Rd. E., Hamilton ON,
One of Hamilton’s premiere fundraising events! The Harvest Dinner supports the vital community programs and services operated by Good Shepherd. The Harvest Dinner unites guests and sponsors with our cause and raises much needed funds that allow Good Shepherd to continue to support people in need right here in our community. If you’re interested in attending this prestigious dinner, please visit:
The Cotton Factory
270 Sherman Avenue North, Hamilton ON
Are you ready for great food, fantastic drinks, and an amazing night out? Welcome to OktoberFEAST! OktoberFEAST is your chance to taste dishes and drinks from some of Hamilton’s best chefs and food vendors, all while supporting a great cause! Money raised through OktoberFEAST funds Canada’s most promising cancer research and vital support services for cancer patients and their families right here in Hamilton. On October 17, OktoberFEAST will be taking over The Cotton Factory for an unforgettable night out! For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit www.oktoberFEAST.ca. Please note: All guests must be legal drinking age and have a government issued ID to gain access to the event.
October 21-November 1
Steel City Jazz Fest
Artword Artbar, 15 Colbourne Street, Hamilton, On
The Pearl Company, 16 Stevens Street, Hamilton, On
Come see some of the most exciting and talented musicians from the Hamilton area and beyond! This year’s festival will feature a broad range of amazing performers including Artist-in-Residence Adrean Farrugia, Terry Clarke, Sophia Perlman, Luanda Jones, The Tom Altobelli Group, the Jazz Connection Big Band, Koopa Troop and more! For ticket information please visit: steelcityjazzfest.com
Hamilton Film Festival
Come support local filmmakers and enjoy the ever-growing arts and culture scene in this city. For more information about films and locations please visit: hamiltonfilmfestival.com
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