Niagara-on-the-Lake Events

Trius Movie Nights in the Vineyard
June 6, June 13, June 27, July 4
These movie nights are for attendees over the age of 19, and for $15 you can enjoy a movie, a glass of wine and a bag of popcorn. You can also get tickets to dinner and a movie for $85. The dinner begins at 6pm, doors open at 8:30pm and the movie starts at 9pm. Movies being shown are Ferris Bueller’s Day Off on June 6, Silver Linings Playbook on June 13, Thor: The Dark World on June 27 and Bottle Shock on July 4. More info at

Clock Tower Comedy Festival
June 13 to 14
Corks Restaurant and the Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Centre are hosting some of Canada’s best stand up comics and rising stars including Ryan Horwood, Steph Tolev, Nick Beaton, Chris Locke, Rebecca Kohler and more. Shows at Corks are at 8pm, 10pm and midnight for The Dirty Show. The Gala Show will taking place on June 14 at the Niagara-on-the-Lake Community Centre, beginning at 7pm. An all access pass can be purchased for $40, or you can get individual tickets to the separate events. More info can be found at

Canada Day at Fort George
July 1
Admission to Fort George is free on Canada Day, and you can enjoy a pancake breakfast, BBQ lunch and dinner, and fireworks in the evening. More information at

Artistry by the Lake
July 1 to 4
This annual juried show of over 80 artists and artisans takes place in Queen’s Royal Park. You’ll be able to find high quality paintings, jewelry, sculpture, photography and more. More information at

23rd Annual Niagara-on-the-Lake Garden Tour
July 5 from 10 to 4
Enjoy a self guided tour of 12 of the most unique gardens in Niagara-on-the-Lake. Tours happen rain or shine. More information is available at

Annual Lecture Series
The Niagara Historical Society Annual Lecture Series takes place the third Thursday of each month at the Niagara Historical Museum at 43 Castlereagh Street.
Upcoming lectures for the summer include:
June 19 at 7:30: Posters, Propaganda and Patriotism in Canada’s First World War
July 17 at 7:30: The Great War and the Great Divide: Canada’s Homefront During WW1
August 21 at 7:30: Every Picture Tells A Story: Studying Photography of Canadian Soldiers during the Great War, 1914-1918

Peach Celebration
August 9 to 10
Enjoy two days of peachy keen music, displays, vendors, entertainment and of course lots of peaches (and peach pie!). Takes place on Queen Street on the Saturday, and St. Vincent de Paul on Sunday. Admission is free. More info available at

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