Monday, May 1, 2017     Marion Goard     Community News and Events

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No matter where your interests lie, there is something fun happening in Hamilton this month! Take a look at just a few of the events taking place around the city:

Sew Hungry 2017 – May 5
Sew Hungry is Ottawa Street's national award-winning restaurant and food truck rally and it's one local event that you don't want to miss! The festival runs from 11 a.m. - 8 p.m. This year promises to be bigger and better than ever with two beer gardens and live music all day. Visit

Stars on Ice - May 6
Don't miss four-time World Champion Kurt Browning, 2014 Olympic Silver Medalist Patrick Chan, and two-time Olympic Silver Medalist Elvis Stojko in the 2017 Investors Group Stars on Ice Tour presented by Lindt! Visit

Wednesday Wigglers - Ladybugs and Caterpillars – May 10
The Hamilton Children's Museum is the place to be every Wednesday for kids under 4! Enjoy songs, activities, story-time, sensory play and a craft with a different theme each week. Program runs from 10 - 11 a.m. and 2 - 3 p.m.

2017 Play On! The Street Hockey Tournament – May 13-14
Mohawk College will host the Hamilton portion of the world's largest annual hockey tournament. Play On! includes separate divisions for both genders, all skill levels, and all ages and attracts teams from all over the world. Visit for information.

HPO Live: Intimate and Immersive – May 17
Music Director Gemma New introduces audiences to an interactive orchestral experience with HPO Live: Intimate and Immersive. This concert blends emotive music with a stimulating visual and light display for a truly unique experience. Show starts at 7:30 p.m. Visit

22nd Annual Dundas Rotary Lobster and Ribfest – May 27
Nothing says summer is on the way like a delicious BBQ meal! The Dundas Rotary Clubs will host this tasty annual event at the Harry Howell Arena near Clappison's Corners. There will be live music, dancing, live and silent auctions. Visit for tickets.

Christie Antique & Vintage Show – May 27
Shop more than 10 acres of antiques and vintage items at this popular bi-annual event held at Christie Lake Conservation Area! Shop furniture, stoneware, Native artifacts, folk art, rugs, jewelry, sports memorabilia, textiles, cut glass and more. Visit

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