Get ready for summer fun in Vankleek Hill!

Vankleek Hill just may be the busiest little town in Ontario!

As the Vankleek Hill Museum and Tourist Info Centre (95 Main Street East) and the Higginson Tower prepare to open for the summer season, there are lots of special events in the works for Vankleek Hill!

On Saturday, July 5, the Vankleek Hill Food Bank Jamboree takes place under the big tent at the Windsor Tavern parking lot, from noon until closing. The music moves inside at 11 p.m. and new this year, in addition to nonstop music, there is a fun photo booth and a pool tournament taking place inside, beginning at 1 p.m.

Visit the events page on www.vankleekhill.ca to see the complete line-up of performers so you won't miss your favourites!

The very next day, on Sunday, July 6, it is the Annual Horse and Buggy Parade, which starts at 1 p.m. sharp, leaving the Vankleek Hill Fairgrounds to make its way through town. At 11 a.m. that morning, there is an ecumenical church service at the fairgrounds. And AFTER the parade, join everyone at the Vankleek Hill Fairgrounds for a strawberry social!

As usual, Beau's All-Natural Brewing Co. will be open for taste-tours seven days a week, all summer long! Be sure to visit their expanded retail shop. 

And save your appetite to try one of our many restaurants: Nicko's Resto Bar, the Trillium Tea Room, Vert Fourchette, Sam's Kitchen, Prima Cossa, The Granary Beizli or Herb's (the latter is open 24 hours a day). Visit the restaurant listings on vankleekhill.ca to find out more about the kinds of food served at these wonderful restaurants!

See you on Main Street!

Louise Sproule,
Publisher of The Review
for Vankleekhill.ca

 

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