Celebrate Canada Day 2015: Celebrating Locally in KW, Guelph and Cambridge

Blue sky and our Canadian Flag waving in the breeze. Happy Canada Day 2015!

Canada Day 2015 is upon us! We’re open all day Canada Day, but we thought we’d compile a bit of list of what’s going on in our region so you can plan a really awesome Canada Day for you and your family!  From the Laughing Demon family to yours — Happy Canada Day!

 Canada Day 2015 Events


Downtown Kitchener’s events start at 4 pm and run until 11 pm.
This year’s Canadian Entertainment line up includes:

Heaven Through Hell
Treble Charger
Bad Girls
Fefe Dobson

City Hall’s rooftop fireworks are expected to start up around 10:30


U of W is hosting a great day with entertainment for all ages at Columbia Lake Fields with a fireworks finale at 10pm. Through the day you’ll find tons of stuff for the kiddos including TVOKids Stage, face painting, water slide, and inflatable rides. You’ll find a food fair and craft beer garden, so no need to pack a lunch! An even show featuring the Strumbellas and Kim Mitchell starts at 6:30. Find out more details on University of Waterloo’s Canada Day Celebration Page.

Colombia Lake’s fireworks are expected to start around 10:00

If your looking for a quieter family day, consider Waterloo Regional Museum. They are offering free admission to the museum and the living history village for a fun Canada Day family event including musical entertainment, fun games like croquet and horseshoes.


For all you early risers, Cambridge Riverside Park events start at eight in the morning with a fishing derby. The annual Canada Day parade starts at 1 p.m. at King and Bishop streets, running down King to Eagle Street. This year’s round-up of events:

Fishing Derby – 8am – 11am
Food & Other Vendors – 9am – 10pm
Carnival/Midway – 12pm – 11pm
Parade – 1pm – 2:30pm
Children’s Area – 1pm – 6pm
Beer Garden – 12pm – 10pm
Live Bands – Throughout Afternoon
Fireworks – approx. 9:30pm.

Cambridge coordinators expect to start the fireworks around 9:30


In Guelph celebrates Canada Day at Riverside Park, starting at 11 a.m. with family activities and a food court. The Royal City Big Band performs an evening concert at 7:30 p.m. Riverside is very much a family venue and  — Momstown Guelph can tell you more about all of it!

Expect fireworks to start around 10 p.m 

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