With the leaves starting to turn, there’s no such thing as a boring weekend in Burlington with so many fun-filled events happening each weekend. Here are some upcoming events you’ll definitely want to mark down in your calendar this fall.

Appleby Line Street Festival

Kick off the beginning of the season by enjoying some family fun at the Appleby Line Street Festival on September 23rd. You can expect live entertainment, food trucks, vendors, classic cars, bouncy castles and so much more.

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Applefest Fall Fair

Applefest Fall Fair will have you feeling nostalgic as this quaint and old-fashioned event features all the fall fair activities you loved, growing up. Scarecrow making, pony rides, face painting and apple-cider making are just a few of the traditional events you can expect to enjoy on September 25th.

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Culture Days

Taking place September 28th to the 30th, Culture Days is an annual event that aims to raise awareness and encourage participation and engagement in the arts and culture scene of Burlington. Culture Days invites local creative organizations, venues, businesses and professionals to host events and activities over the course of the three day event.

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Doors Open Burlington

Explore heritage sites, distinguished buildings and interesting spaces that are scattered throughout the city for Doors Open Burlington, taking place on September 29th. This year’s event features unique spots such as the Nickel Brook Brewing Co., Freeman Station and the Ireland House Museum.

Photo courtesy of Hamilton Halton Brant

Treats in Our Streets

Celebrate Halloween at the wildly popular trick-or-treating event – Treats in Our Streets. Families are welcomed by local businesses to trick-or-treat in costume throughout the downtown core, collecting tasty treats from 10am-1pm. The perfect activity for your family on a Saturday afternoon, this event takes place on October 27th and is free for all who participate.

Photo courtesy of Burlington Downtown

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