FALL HANDMADE MARKET

SEPTEMBER 14 AND 15
13TH STREET WINERY

The 8th Annual Fall HandMade Market will present 140 curated artisans from across Ontario, Québec and Canada’s East Coast offering hand-crafted jewellery, bags, fashion accessories, home décor, canning & preserves, natural bath & body products, original art, designer & children’s clothing, textiles, wood and leather, hand bound books, ceramics, candles, food and so much more! Entry fee is $6.
More info at handmademarket.ca

ANNUAL BEGONIA DISPLAY

SEPTEMBER 15 TO OCTOBER 21
NIAGARA FLORAL SHOWHOUSE

Remarkable Reiger Begonias and a wonderful mix of fall colours combining displays of coleus, tropical foliage plants are featured in this annual display. Entry is $5. More info at here

NIAGARA FALLS NIGHT OF ART

SEPTEMBER 20
NIAGARA FALLS HISTORY MUSEUM

It’s the biggest night of the year for the Niagara Falls arts and culture community. This free night includes live music, art installations created specifically for this show, dozens of artists and artisans selling handmade pieces, food trucks, alcohol, and much, much more. More information here.

5TH ANNUAL GRAND CANADIAN STEAMPUNK EXPOSITION

SEPTEMBER 21 TO 23
FORT GEORGE

A grand exposition of Canadian Steampunk grandeur, a festival of epic proportions, sites and sounds to entertain and delight…all this and more. Three days of Canadian steampunk amazement and astonishment in southern Ontario in the Niagara Region, featuring a night time concert! A largely outdoor Steampunk festival within a War of 1812 fort, with activities, presentations and workshops for all ages and interests. For more information, please visit canadiansteampunk.com.

NIAGARA GRAPE AND WINE FESTIVAL

SEPTEMBER 21 TO 30
VARIOUS SPOTS THROUGHOUT NIAGARA

In Niagara, we celebrate the harvest by throwing the largest wine festival & street parade in Canada! Enjoy 100+ events at the 67th Niagara Grape and Wine Festival. Montebello Park serves as the festival hub, where you can enjoy live music and activities for the whole family. More information at http://niagarawinefestival.com

NIAGARA FALLS OKTOBERFEST

OCTOBER 5
SCOTIABANK CENTRE

Enjoy this fun filled event, as Niagara Falls Oktoberfest is rolling out the barrel for the second year in a row to celebrate all things German. Beer. Bratwurst. Music. Dancing. ere will be live entertainment all weekend long, as well as more than 20 premium imported and domestic beers and wines on tap. And don’t forget the array of delicious German food, including pork and chicken schnitzel, beer braised sausage, German potato salad, and more! More information fallsconventions.com

BATTLE OF QUEENSTON HEIGHTS COMMEMORATIVE TOURS

OCTOBER 6 AND 7

Join the Friends of Fort George and Parks Canada as they commemorate the 206th anniversary of the Battle of Queenston Heights, and the death of Major General Sir Isaac Brock, saviour of Upper Canada. Brock’s Monument will be open from 10 am to 5 pm all weekend. ere will be guided tours of the battle site, and a chance to climb up the 235 steps to the top of Brock’s Monument. For more information, call the Friends of Fort George at 905-468-6621 or email admin@friendsoffortgeorge.ca.

THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE

OCTOBER 11 TO 18
FALLSVIEW CASINO RESORT

Six-time Tony® Award-winning musical Thoroughly Modern Millie will take you back to the height of the Jazz Age in New York City, when “moderns” were raising their hemlines, bobbing their hair, and rewriting the rules of love. is hilarious musical comedy features spectacular dance routines and great songs. Information on tickets, dates and times available at fallsviewcasinoresort.com

MEMPHIS GOSPEL HOUR

OCTOBER 24
GREG FREWIN THEATRE

The Memphis Gospel Hour was first introduced at the 2017 Niagara Falls Elvis Festival and was a huge success. The show is inspirational, uplifting and incorporates Gospel styled quartet vocal harmonies, heartfelt moments, some great humour and many surprises. The show includes Elvis, Johnny Cash and Jerry Lee Lewis Tribute Artists, as well as young teenage Elvis, performed by Connor Russo, who has won many Youth Elvis Festival Contests in North America. More information at gregfrewintheatre.com

HALLOWEEN OWL HOWL

OCTOBER 26
NIAGARA GLEN

The Canadian Raptor Conservancy will host a meet-and-greet with owls and teach guests various owl calls. Admission is free. More information at niagaraparks.com

ROCKY HORROR SHOW LIVE

OCTOBER 26 TO NOVEMBER 3
OH CANADA EH THEATRE

Celebrating their 16th annual production, Oh Canada Eh Theatre proudly presents Richard O’Brien’s The Rocky Horror Show! Don’t dream it, be it at theOhCanadaEh? Theatre. This is an adult only show. Show tickets start at $29.95. More information at ohcanadaeh.com

ANNUAL CRYTHAMTHMUM DISPLAY

OCTOBER 27 TO NOVEMBER 18
FLORAL SHOWHOUSE

The diversity of the Chrysanthemum’s colour and form can be truly appreciated during a visit to this show, which features shades of pinks, yellows and bronzes. The displays are a combination of traditional bush varieties, cascading varieties in baskets, pillars and pyramids. Equally impressive are the single stem exhibition types, some with individual bloom diameters of over 8” across. The majority of these varieties are grown for exhibition purposes only and are traditionally not available in the commercial market. Admission to the Floral Showhouse is $5. More information at niagaraparks.com

FRIGHTMARE IN THE FALLS

OCTOBER 27 TO 28
SCOTIABANK CONVENTION CENTRE

For two days only, Frightmare in the Falls, takes over the Scotiabank Convention Centre for the most intimate and interactive Horror Festival in North America. The event will feature everything horror, including memorabilia, panels, celebrities, movies, autographs, displays, movie cars, cosplay, special effects props & much more! For more information on the show and tickets, please visit frightmareinthefalls.com

WINTER FESTIVAL OF LIGHTS

NOVEMBER 3 TO JANUARY 31
QUEEN VICTORIA PARK, NIAGARA FALLS

Be sure you explore the amazing glowing light displays that make up the Ontario Power Generation Winter Festival of Lights. Each winter the festival captures the magic of the holiday season. In addition to the breathtaking displays, the Winter Festival of Lights also has several events taking place each season including Opening Ceremonies in Queen Victoria Park, Laser Light Shows, weekly fireworks presented by Fallsview Casino, the Fallsview Sound & Light Show on the Oakes Hotel, the Deck the Falls Holiday Walking Tour, nightly Falls Illumination, Festival of Stars Concerts, the Sparkle Lighting Awards, Niagara Falls New Years Eve Concert & the Niagara Falls Icewine Festival. More information on all the events happening during the festival, please visit: wfol.com

THANK YOU CANADA TOUR

NOVEMBER 4
MERIDAN CENTRE

Canadian figure skating superstars Tessa Virtue and Scott Moir along with Patrick Chan, Kaetlyn Osmond, Elvis Stojko, Meagan Duhamel and Eric Radford, and more bring their new figure skating show Thank You Canada to the Meridian Centre in Downtown St. Catharines. For more information, please visit the Meridian Centre website at meridiancentre.com

CHRISTMAS CARD WORKSHOP

NOVEMBER 10
MACKENZIE PRINTERY & NEWSPAPER MUSEUM

Create your own unique Christmas cards this season using one of the historical presses at the printer. Leave with a dozen cards made by you! Admission is $7, and event takes place from 1 to 3. More information available at niagaraparks.com