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Festival Season Kick Off

With the beginning of May comes the unofficial start of festival season! This weekend, make sure you check out everything happening in Brockville, because there is a lot to see and do!

Brockville Farmers’ Market

The farmers’ market is back for another season! Shopping at farmers’ markets are a great way to ensure your environmental footprint is reduced since you can shop locally and know exactly where your food is coming from. You can buy a wide array of produce and locally produced goods, knowing you are supporting the local economy.

The farmers’ market takes place every Thursday and Saturday from 8am to 1pm, and will run until late fall. This Saturday, May 4th is the official opening of the season, so make sure you’re at Market Square next to city hall to get a first look at everything available this year!

Brockville Multicultural Festival – May 3-4th 2019

The Brockville Multicultural Festival will be entering its 38th year this year! Taking place at the Brockville Memorial Civic Centre, the festival will open from Friday at 5pm to 10pm, and then will run on the Saturday from 11am to 9pm.

Admission is:

Adults: $5
Seniors & Students: $4
Children: $3
Children Under 5: Free

There will be people participating from all over the world, including The Philippines, India, The Netherlands, China, Belgium, The Caribbean, Turkey, Chile, Ukraine, Costa Rica, Ireland, Greece, Peru, and of course, Canada. Get to try food from all over the world, and experience cultural performances throughout the day on the main stage.

Find More information on their website: http://brockvillemulticulturalfestival.com/

Brockville Poutine Feast – May 3 – 5th 2019

Poutine Feast is back! Taking place at Hardy Park, the festival to all things cheese curds and gravy will take place from May 3rd to 5th, starting at 11am every day, and will end at 9pm on Friday and Saturday, and 7pm on Sunday. There will be vegetarian, vegan and gluten free options available for those with dietary restrictions, and on Sunday there will be a poutine contest.

To reduce waste, Poutine Feast is asking that people bring their own reusable fork and straw to help the environment.

The following food vendors will be serving up poutine:

  • The Upper Deck
  • BBQ Babes
  • Fat Les’s Chip Stand
  • Smokin’ R&R’s
  • Big D’s Dog House & Poutine Emporium

There also will be dessert vendors!

  • Mrs. Mini Donuts
  • Mr. Swirl
  • Miss Ellie’s Lemonade

Admission is free to this event! For more information, check out their website: https://www.poutinefeast.com/

 

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