Centre In The Square
Address: 101 Queen Street N., Kitchener
Centre in the Square is the region’s largest and busiest performing arts centre. For more than 30 years, they have played a leading role in showcasing the best local and international performing arts. Their venue boasts a main hall, which is acknowledged as a technically state-of-the-art theatre, making it acoustically superior and widely regarded as one of the finest performance spaces in North America.
Chicopee Ski & Summer Resort
Address: 396 Morrison Road, Kitchener
Chicopee has been a not-for-profit pillar in this region for over 81 years, and is proud to be a year-round resort and an accredited festhalle. The organization was originally founded in 1934 as a Ski Club, but it has grown to a year-round facility, offering unique fun-filled experiences. Chicopee offers skiing and snowboarding in the winter season, and in the green season they become home to amazing summer camps and outdoor adventures. They offer biking, hiking, tennis (5 Har-Tru courts), beach volleyball, disc golf (18 hole course) and an outdoor Adventure Climbing Centre with low ropes, vertical playground and rock climbing facility. The 20,000 sq ft chalet houses full service Food & Beverage and banquet areas. Chicopee offers unique event opportunities, an amazing place to host your wedding or life celebration, or green space to bring your team, organization or office for an outdoor adventure.
Address: City of Kitchener, City Hall
Music, choirs, bands & dance groups entertain on stage. Admission is FREE! Meet butchers, bakers, candlestick makers, wooden toy carvers, and even blacksmiths - over 70 vendors. Relive a centuries-old tradition, Christkindl Market at Kitchener City Hall. Our “Festival of German Christmas” is bursting with everything that tastes, sounds, smells and feels like Christmas. Don’t miss the model railway room. Visit Christkindl, Angels, Knecht Ruprecht, Organ Grinder & Haribo bear. There’s a Kinderecke, children’s craft centre, workshop and puppet show planned. Our Candlelight Procession on Thursday with Grand Phil marks the opening. See you Dec. 1-4, 2015!
Address: 46 Grand Avenue S., Cambridge
Drayton Entertainment is a registered, not-for-profit charitable organization, and one of Canada’s most successful professional theatre companies. From Broadway Musicals, to laugh-a-minute comedies and high energy tribute shows, Drayton Entertainment presents the finest in live theatre for all ages at seven unique venues accross Ontario: the Drayton Festival Theatre in Drayton, the Dunfield Theatre in Cambridge, Huron County Playhouse and Playhouse II in Grand Bend, King’s Wharf Theatre in Penetanguishene and the St. Jacobs Country Playhouse and the Schoolhouse Theatre in St. Jacobs. Visit the website for a complete listing of all shows for every theatre.
Market Road Antiques
Address: 845 Weber Street N., Waterloo
Market Road Antiques is a 20,000 square foot treasure house with more than 100 dealers. You’ll find china, glassware, jewelry, fine art, fine furniture, restoration hardware, collectibles, textiles, decor, clocks, toys, record albums, vintage and retro fashions and more. Market Road Antiques Gift Certificates are a great gift idea for any occasion. Open daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm next to the TSC Store on Weber Street. Grab a bite to eat at the Crazy Canuck cafe on-site.
Snyders Family Farm & Fear Farm
Address: Hwy 97 - just outside of Ayr (15 minutes from Kitchener-Waterloo)
Because it takes a farm to GROW this much fun. 16 fun attractions, 4 food pavilions, and our new Farm Bakery. 25 acres of pumpkins, we have something for everyone. spend a day in the country with Snyder's Farm. Open every day!!!! Fear Farm, 5 terrifying attractions on a 100 acre farm. If you are BRAVE enough, don't miss this, 50 actors, amazing props, and the biggest Halloween destination in the region. www.fearfarm.com Visit www.fearfarm.ca.
St. Jacobs Farmers' Market
Address: 878 Weber Street N., Woolwich
Two minutes south of the Village of St. Jacobs, explore the abundance of meats & cheese, fresh produce, baked goods, international delicacies, arts and crafts, quilts, home furnishings and spectacular flea market, plus, buskers, pony and kiddie rides at Canada’s largest Farmers’ Market! Indoor and outdoor farm-fresh fun for the whole family. Open Thursday & Saturday year-round from 7am-3:30pm, and Tuesdays mid-June to the last Tuesday in August from 8am–3pm.
Waterloo Region Museum
Address: 10 Huron Road, Kitchener
City on Edge exhibit now open at Waterloo Regional Museum. Learn how a city was pushed to the edge during WW1 to the point of changing its name from Berlin to Kitchener through a controversial and high tension referendum. Berlin Ontario and much of surrounding Waterloo County was the centre of German culture in Canada in the early 1900s. From the start of WW1 in 1914, residents of the city were questioned for their loyalty to King, Country and the allied war effort in Europe. Created by the Waterloo Region Museum, the exhibit tells the story of how and why the city of Berlin changed its name to Kitchener on September 1, 1916. This year marks the 100th anniversary of that name change.