Summer music festival, Niagara-on-the-Lake. Outstanding music in standout settings; 35 concerts with internationally renowned musicians: classical, jazz, opera, choral and cabaret. Intimate venues including historic churches, vineyards, wine cellars, and more. Celebrate the joy of music.
NIAGARA on FIRE
December 7th, 2013. This event has been developed by key members of the War of 1812 Bicentennial Committee since the fall of 2010.
There is a unique video being prepared to commemorate the significance of this event. The video will be shown on a very large screen outdoors at Market Square. Because of the time of year (mid December) the Square is sheltered and will be augmented by displays in the Courthouse. There is a pub and several restaurants nearby to help attract extra visitors and provide shelter. The Square itself is large enough to hold up to 500 people, with over 200 of those people getting maximum viewing of the large screen.
Willowbank is a place where a national historic site of great significance and beauty and an innovative school of restoration arts exist together in a living, learning and working endeavor. The purpose is to establish and share best practices for restoring and sustaining the historical, architectural and cultural landscape in Canada and beyond.
This world-renowned theatre company produces exceptional plays from April to November.
RiverBrink is home to a unique collection of paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, and books assembled by Samuel E. Weir, Q.C. (1898-1981). The collection reflects Mr. Weir’s keen interest in historical fine art. Paintings by many of ’s most significant artists, including Tom Thompson, Cornelius Krieghoff, and the Group of Seven are on display, as well as works by well-known British, European, French and American artists. Displays change annually to include different works from the collection, as well as from loans.