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Explore Brockville by Enjoying our Weekly Summer Events

Brockville weekly summer events

Brockville is an amazing city to visit and enjoy, especially during the summer months when hanging out by the waterfront is the best place to be.

No matter which day you choose to visit Brockville, there is always something to see and do. Take advantage of the many weekly activities during the summer months to add onto your visit to help you make the most of your stay, and get to know the people who call Brockville home.

Weekly Summer Events Line up

Tuesdays:

Brockville Farmers’ Market 8:00 am-12 noon (Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays)
Market Street West

Wednesdays:

Summer Music Series at Fulford Place Museum 12 noon- 1:00 pm (July 6-August 24)

July 6 and August 3: The Silvertones bring back your favourite hits from the ‘50s and ‘60s with their guitar-infused melodies and rich harmonies.

July 13: RiverWinds, a woodwind ensemble formed by members of the Brockville Concert Band, presents a mix of classical, folk and popular selections.

July 20: The Hoolies blend a range of sounds, from guitar and keyboard to bodhrán and Irish whistle, into toe-tapping tunes and beautiful Celtic airs.

July 27: Caroline Hosick, a seasoned theatre, small-group and solo performer in Brockville, performs blues and jazz standards accompanied by Alan Ogborne of the 1000 Islands Jazz Trio and Brockville Concert Band.

August 10 and 24: The Castle Minstrels take you on a journey through time with a lively mix of Celtic and Canadian Old Time tunes.

August 17: Sue Baker, a versatile vocalist who performed to sold-out crowds at the Thousand Islands Jazz and Blues Festivals, performs jazz standards with Alan Ogborne. Sue and Alan are part of the 1000 Islands Jazz Trio.

Thursdays:

Brockville Farmers’ Market 8:00 am-12 noon (Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays)
Market Street West

Brockville Movies in the Park 6:00 pm activities open, movies start at dusk
Hardy Park

July 7: Kung Fu Panda 3

July 14: Hotel Transylvania 2

July 21: Zootopia

July 28: The Jungle Book

August 11: The Good Dinosaur

August 18: Jurassic World

Sept 1: Grease

Fridays:

Brockville’s Criminal Past Walking Tour 3:00 pm & 7:00 pm (July 1-September 2)
Brockville Museum, 5 Henry St.

This 90 minute guided tour led by the Brockville Museum will mesmerize visitors and locals alike on a walk making a circuit from the Brockville Museum to the courthouse and back. $6 ticket price includes admission to the Brockville Museum

Saturdays:

Brockville Farmers’ Market 8:00 am-12 noon (Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays)
Market Street West

Yoga in the Park 10:30 am
Hardy Park

Sundays:

Concerts in the Park 7:00 pm in July, 6:30 pm in August
Hardy Park Gazebo

Join us on Sunday nights in July and August and enjoy live music by local talent on the banks of the St. Lawrence River, bring your picnic blanket or lawn chair.

July 3, 7pm: The Maple Leaf Brass Band

July 10, 7pm: The Brockville Concert Band

July 17, 7pm: Alexander’s Big Time Band

July 24, 7pm: The Seaway Winds

July 31, 7pm: Sue Baker and the 1000 Islands Jazz Trio

August 14, 6:30pm: Fiddlers Plus

August 21, 6:30pm: County Road 5

August 28, 6:30pm: Chris Coyea, Alex Fleuriau Chateau, Chris Cennon, James MacKenzie