Canada Day Activities in Ottawa!

Happy Almost Canada Day!!! I’ve put together a list of all the events going on in Ottawa for our nation’s birthday! I’ve included what I can find for both the major community events as well as some of the smaller parties throughout this city. If you are hosting a public party and would like it included, please let me know and I’ll include it! I’ll keep this list growing throughout the week. I have not included regular nights in the night clubs as there are just way too many to list here.

The following list are all the events for July 1st in and around Ottawa and the National Capital Region. There is one event I want to include though that takes place on June 30th to help us “kick off” our Canada Day Weekend!

RAMP UP THE RED WITH THE REDBLACKS FOR CANADA DAY with a Ottawa Redblacks vs. Edmonton Elks Pre-Canada Day Party!!

Redblacks Website

Dress in your best red and white and join us for an unforgettable evening of Canadian Pride and excitement at The Stadium TD Place. Show up early for live music and your chance to meet Canadian Olympic and Paralympic athletes at Gate 1. Try some Canadian themed food and an array of exciting activities throughout the stadium and dazzling fireworks display after the game.

Now, on to the July 1st Activities throughout the city. They are sorted by region to help you navigate this huge list and I’ve also held back on photos as this is a very long post already. I hope it’s helpful to you though, so please let me know of any suggested changes for future posts!


Downtown (includes the Byward market, and Centretown – also includes LeBreton Flats)

Central Ottawa (includes everything from roughly Westboro to the west side of St. Laurent, and the 417 south to Hunt Club)

South Ottawa (includes south of hunt club to the southern city limits – Findlay Creek, Riverside South, Greely, Metcalfe, Osgoode)

East Ottawa (includes the east side of St. Laurent to the eastern city limits – Blackburn Hamlet, Beacon Hill, Orleans, Rockland)

West Ottawa (includes west of Westboro and west of Riverside/River and includes Barrhaven, Kanata, Bell’s Corners, Nepean, Stittsville)


Canada Day Celebration in Ottawa (Main Fireworks Show)

With the Parliament Hill Renovations underway, the main Canada Day festivities are being held at LeBreton Flats. There are so many activities throughout the day. Check the programming site for full details:

The daytime ceremony (11:45am – 1:30pm) highlights who we are as a people. It underlines important anniversaries and themes while recognizing the diversity of our country. To attend the daytime ceremony, make your way to LeBreton Flats Park from 11:45 to 1:30 pm (ET). Featuring: Rebecca Makonnen (Host), Pierre Kwenders, Delhi 2 Dublin, Tyler Shaw, Josiane, Diyet, Katia Rock, and Marie-Josée Dandeneau.

The evening show (7:15pm – 10pm) is the most anticipated event on July 1. Live from Canada’s capital, this free 2-hour concert unites people across the country to the rhythm of music. Enjoy performances from various artists — broadcast from major Canadian cities — while you sing and dance to classics and newer hits! To attend the evening show, head to the LeBreton Flats Park, in Ottawa. The pre-show begins at 7:15 pm. The evening show runs from 8 to 10 pm (ET) and is followed by the Tim Hortons Canada Day fireworks display.

The evening show entertainment includes: Isabelle Racicot (Host), Jann Arden, Roxane Bruneau, Aysanabee, France D’Amour, Preston Pablo, Les Louanges, Jojo Mason, Dubmatique, Dax, Clerel, Madison Violet, Josh Q, and Josiane.

Parliament Hill:

An iconic location to celebrate Canada Day in the capital! Enjoy performances of bagpipes and drums. The performances of the various marching bands will be in rotation throughout the day. 10:00am – 4:30pm

Bank of Canada Museum

Bank of Canada Museum, 30 Bank Street, Ottawa

July 1st 10:00am – 5:00pm

Come visit the Bank of Canada Museum and have fun with your family on Canada Day! The Bank of Canada Museum offers a host of activities. Among these, you will find a Trivia game related to money and the economy and crafts under the theme of Canada Day. What a great opportunity to have fun! Free activities. With a solid line-up of talented local artists, you can enjoy your Canada in true Hip-hop fashion and lounge in the Babylon Nightclub.

Canada Day Fireworks Boat Party

Marina Parc Jacques Cartier, Hull (Ottawa River)

July 1st 8:30pm – 12:00am

Looking for things to do in Ottawa for Canada Day? Look no further. Come aboard the Paula D and dance the night away! Our party cruise offers you breathtaking views of your city Ottawa as we sail through the Ottawa river. Not only do you get to experience the summer sunset, you also get to enjoy the stunning fireworks display as we party into the night!

Featuring: Spectacular Views Ottawa’s landscape, After Party Included with Tickets Purchase, Fireworks Display, Club-like Dance Floor with Roof Top, Fully Licensed Premium Bar, 3 hours of cruising around Harbor, 2 Level Yacht, Talented Live DJ, Professional photographer, Spacious Outside Viewing Deck

Music By: Dj Sweet Chunes

Paula D is a two-level yacht which includes a spacious dance floor and a fully functional bar on the lower deck. The upper level is a sleek modern lounge that opens onto an equally large outdoor deck that offers a perfect arena to mingle and enjoy stunning views of Ottawa and the surrounding area.

Boarding Location:The Hull Marina, 160 Laurier street, Gatineau, QC

Dress Code: All White. Come dressed up as we have professional photographers snapping your pictures throughout the night.

This will surely be one of the best nightlife experiences. Grab your tickets now as the July 1st Canada Day boat cruises are very popular and the number of seats are limited – the tickets sell out very quickly! For more info and tickets call us at 888 450 3991.

Timing: Check-In 8:45PM, Boarding 9:00PM, Departure 9:30PM, End: 12:00AM

After Party:

Your ticket will include a complimentary after-party at Captain Dreams. Join us as we continue the celebrations with an evening filled with music, laughter, and great company. Our after-party promises to be an unforgettable experience! Please use the same e-ticket to join our next party.

Address: 354 Elgin Street, Ottawa

Fireworks Display: If there is any fireworks display organized by the city, we will do our best to get there to view the fireworks. The fireworks show is solely at the discretion of the city. We will not be responsible for any cancellations. Tickets Start at $45. Book your tickets today and take advantage of our super early bird ticket pricing. Keep in mind, early bird tickets are limited in quantity & ticket prices will go up immediately after the early bird tickets are sold out. Price increase warning: Prices often go up significantly (100% +).

Kent Street Legion – OH Canada Eh? Dinner and Show!

July 1st 6:15pm – 9:00pm

Come meet our singing Mountie, Hockey Player, Anne of Green Gables, Klondike Kitty and more. This high-energy production features over 70 songs from all-Canadian artists including music from Paul Anka, Celine Dion, Shania Twain, the Bare Naked Ladies, Avril Lavigne, Justin Bieber and many, MANY more. While you’re enjoying the show, our performers serve our famous, all-Canadian meal. At what other restaurant are you served your dinner by a singing Mountie?

National Arts Centre

Canada Day Concert 2023 with the NAC Orchestra!

July 1st 2:30pm – 3:45pm

Happy Canada Day! Join us July 1 for this free concert celebrating Canada and Canadians through the diverse artistry and unparalleled creativity of Canada’s best and brightest musicians. The National Arts Centre Orchestra shares the stage with a stellar lineup of homegrown artists performing music by great Canadian composers like Iman Habibi, Rita Ueda, and Ana Sokolović. The concert will conclude with Hymn to Freedom, by the late, great Oscar Peterson. More exciting repertoire will be announced from the stage, so don’t miss this rare opportunity to come together once again to share in our love of music with some of Canada’s finest young musicians shining from the stage.

Canada Day at 100 Wellington

Inuit Tapiritt Kanatami, 100 Wellington Street, Ottawa

July 1st 9:00am – 4:00pm

Join us for a celebration of Inuit culture, language, and music!

White Rabbit & City at Night – Canada Day Block Party!

City at Night, 222 Slater Street, Ottawa

July 1st 5pm – 2:30am

City At Night hosts an annual series of highly-acclaimed summer block parties on Bank Street to bring Ottawa’s underground dance community together in a different and exciting outdoor environment. This Cananda Day, July 1st, experience the WR x City block party once again.

Sip, lounge, and dance the evening away as the sunset gives way to the city’s night sky. This event’s music is curated by the White Rabbit music collective, featuring nothing but the best underground house music! We’ll be outdoors from 5pm to 11pm, followed by an indoor after party from 10pm to late.

Street Pop-Up 5pm-11pm (Outside on Bank & Slater St.)


After Party 10pm-close (Inside City At Night – 222 Slater St.)


A limited quantity of tickets will be available at the door, available on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to capacity. Tables/Group packages are available online

Central Ottawa:

Canadian Agriculture and Food Museum

Canadian Agriculture and Food Museum, 901 Prince of Wales Drive, Ottawa

July 1st 9:30am – 4:00pm

This Canada Day, take part in a double birthday celebration at Canada Agriculture and Food Museum! We’ll be commemorating Canada’s birthday, while toasting the museum’s upcoming fortieth in October. Join us for a trip down memory lane, and discover historical facts about our beloved museum and its surrounding heritage buildings. Tempt your sweet tooth with maple ice cream making and tasting, or sample a maple leaf cookie. Watch our special demonstrations and learn about some Canadian livestock breeds, then test your knowledge with the Great Canadian Quiz! Little visitors will love making a special craft to take home.

Museum admission will be FREE, but advanced ticketing is strongly recommended. Tickets will be available June 26. For admission details and to book your tickets, see Visitor Information. Regular parking fees apply.

MAPLE ICE CREAM MAKING – (10 A.M., 11:30 A.M., 2 P.M., AND 3:30 P.M.)

Help us make our delicious maple ice cream, using an old-fashioned hand-crank freezer. The best part? Everyone who helps can taste the end result!

HISTORICAL SITE TOUR WITH ICED TEA TIME – (10 A.M., 11 A.M., 12 P.M., 1 P.M., 2 P.M. AND 3 P.M.)

Take a walk down memory lane to discover interesting, historical facts about our beloved museum and its surrounding heritage buildings. The tour will end with an iced tea sample — just like all those years ago at the Experimental Farm’s annual garden parties!

MAPLE LEAF COOKIES – (FROM 9:30 A.M. TO 11:30 A.M. AND 1 P.M. TO 4 P.M.)

Did you know Canada produces 80 per cent of the world’s maple syrup? Join us in the Demonstration Kitchen to help prepare these delectable cookies, made with pure local maple syrup. Learn fun facts about maple syrup, then view an array of historical photographs and common tools used in maple syrup production.


Are you interested in going on your first camping trip but don’t know where to begin? The Parks Canada Learn-to-Camp team has you covered! Visit their pop-up campsite and participate in activities that introduce you to camping.


Spin the wheel and test your knowledge of Canadian trivia!

KIDS’ CRAFT STATION (9:30 A.M. TO 12:30 P.M. AND 1:30 P.M. TO 4 P.M.)

Kids are invited to get creative at our craft station! Colour a farm animal image and let staff help you turn it into a fun pin-back button to take home. 

Face Painting ($) – Michelle’s Face Painting-Maquillage de fantaisie will be on site to work her magic!

Food Services ($):

NONNA’S FAMOUS PIZZA – This Ottawa based company makes the most delicious pizza.  Plus, a percentage of the sales goes to local charities!

MERRY DAIRY – Want to indulge your taste buds? Merry Dairy will be on site selling their flavorful homemade ice cream. 

 Special Demonstrations: Meet the Canadian Breeds

9:30 a.m. — The Chantecler Chicken (Poultry House)

10:30 a.m. — The Canadienne Cow (Dairy Barn)

1:30 p.m. — The Chantecler Chicken (Poultry House)

2:30 p.m. — The Canadienne Cow (Dairy Barn)

4 p.m. — Afternoon Milking (Dairy Barn)

Hunt Club – Southside Tap and Grill Karaoke

Southside Tap and Grill, 4 Lorry Greenberg Drive, Ottawa

July 1st 9:00pm – 1:00am

Come Join All Things Implied for a Canada Celebration Karaoke Party at Southside Tap and Grill from 9-1.

New Edinburgh Fieldhouse Fireworks

New Edinburgh Fieldhouse, 203 Stanley Avenue, Ottawa

July 1st 9:30pm – 10:00pm

Finish your July 1 celebrations in New Edinburgh Park with a neighbourhood scale fireworks display close to home. Wear your red and white. Wave a flag. Bring a blanket, bug repellant and a beverage. Please view the show from the grass slope between the Fieldhouse and the playing field. The fireworks will be launched from the gravel second base area of the infield.

This event may be postponed or cancelled due to inclement weather.

The Senate Tavern

The Senate Tavern, 1159 Bank Street, Ottawa

July 1st 12:00pm – 8:00pm

Looking for some fun Canada Day plans? Look no further. Join us July first on our patio @ The Senate on Bank for an all Canadian patio party feature live music all day and a good old fashion Canadian BBQ. Wear your favorite Canadian attire and celebrate with friends and family.

Ottawa East:

Beacon Hill – Picnic in the Park!

Beacon Hill Community Centre, 2130 Radford Court, Ottawa Ontario

July 1st 10:00am – 1:00pm

Join your Beacon Hill Community Association and Tim Tierney for a Picnic in the Park! Soak up some sun, enjoy free beef hot dogs, and get to know your neighbours. All are welcome!

Beacon Hill – Fireworks Show!

Loyola Park, 956 Loyola Avenue, Ottawa Ontario

July 1st 9:30pm – 10:00pm

They’re back! Once again this year, please join us for the second-largest volunteer-run fireworks show in the city.

(Rain Date: June 30 or July 2 – watch our Facebook page!)

PLEASE DONATE TO THE SHOW! These fireworks are completely paid for by the BHCA. We rely on your support! We only ask that you donate what you believe the show is worth to you and your family.

If the BHCA needs to cancel/postpone/prepone fireworks due to rain, we will send out the notification by 4pm (via newsletter and Facebook)

Canada Science and Technology Museum

Canada Science and Technology Museum 1867 St. Laurent Blvd, Ottawa

July 1st – 9:00am – 5:00pm

This Canada Day, celebrate innovation and ingenuity at the Canada Science and Technology Museum. Visit our newest exhibition “Our Climate Quest: Small Steps to Big Change” chock-full of immersive and interactive activities. Young – and not-so-young – visitors will be able to see the big impact they can have through sustainable choices. Then head to the Demo Stage and refresh your senses with the Cryo-Genius show, or spark your curiosity at the Pyro Techno show. Explore the museum and interact with the many demonstrations stationed through the galleries presented by our amazing guides.

Museum admission is FREE! For more details on your visit, please see Visitor Information. Parking fees apply.


OUR CLIMATE QUEST EXHIBITION AND SCAVENGER HUNT – Visit the all NEW Our Climate Quest exhibition! This fun and interactive exhibition invites youth and their families to look at the impacts of climate change, view real stories of action and get inspired about becoming part of the solution. While visiting the exhibition, go on a scavenger hunt and try to decode a secret climate message. Pick up your scavenger hunt at the front desk or just outside of the exhibition.

DEMO STAGE – Relax at our Demo Stage and watch “chill” experiments with liquid nitrogen at our Cryo-Genius show, then warm up and learn about fire technologies at the Pyro-Techno show.

Canadian Aviation and Space Museum

Canadian Aviation and Space Museum, 11 Aviation Parkway, Ottawa

July 1st – 9:00am – 5:00pm

Take family fun to new heights this Canada Day! Join the Canada Aviation and Space Museum for a celebration of Canadian achievements. Try out our interactive game, Flight Command, and see if you have what it takes to keep our skies safe! Enjoy craft stations and so much more!

Museum admission is FREE, but advanced ticketing is recommended. Tickets will be available June 26. A flat parking fee of $5 is applicable. For admission details see Visitor Information.

Food Services ($)


Get your taste buds ready for the ultimate BBQ experience! Meatings will serve up mouth-watering smoked and grilled favourites.


Enjoy a locally sourced seasonal menu, featuring many convenient grab-and-go options at Urban Element’s The Collective | Le Collectif café.

O Canada Orléans 2023

Petrie Island, 1009 Trim Trim Road, Orleans Ontario, K4A 3P4

Time:     July 1st 11:00am – 11:00pm

Canada Day on Petrie Island is one of the largest Canada Day events in the nation’s capital, and the premier destination for our incredible eastern Ottawa communities to take part in all things Canadian in celebration of our country’s birthday. From the KidZone to BeerZone, from live music to bouncy castles ($), from opening ceremonies to beachfront fireworks, join us for a spectacular party full of civic pride, many free activities and tons of family fun. Free Shuttle from the top of the causeway at trim x Jeanne D’arc and cite collegial

Pineview (Meadowbrook Park)

Meadowbrook Park, 1485 Meadowbrook Road, Gloucester Ontario

Time:     July 1st 10:00am – 3:00pm

We’re back and ready to celebrate! Free Hot Dogs, human board games, face painting, and local crafters with great products for sale in the Artist Alley.

Ottawa South:


Greely Community Centre, 1448 Meadow Drive, Greely

July 1st 12:00pm – 11:00pm

Canada Day Fun & Fireworks in Greely – Greely Community Association

Come celebrate Canada Day in Greely. Starting at noon, we’ll have activities for kids and adults alike: inflatables, a petting zoo, kids crafts and free play activities that’ll run through most of the day. A hotdog BBQ, fries for charity, snacks and food vendors as well as a vendor marketplace, beer garden and live music. Wear red and white, bring a picnic blanket and lawn chair and get ready for an awesome Canada Day in your community!

Rideau Carleton Casino (Future Hard Rock)

Rideau Carleton Raceway (Hard Rock Casino), 4837 Albion Road, Gloucester

July 1st 8:00pm – 11:00pm

Celebrate Canada Day with Canadian born international recording artist, songwriter, and producer Lee Aaron! Celebrate to her quintessential Canadian rock anthems such as “Metal Queen” “Powerline” and “Whatcha do to my Body”.

Doors open at 7pm, Lee Aaron takes the stage 8pm. Ticket holders can access the grand stands for a free fireworks show at 10PM. Food and beverages available for purchase. $10 in free play for ticket holders. Free Parking. Now available – use your Comp Dollars to buy tickets. Visit the Rock Star Rewards desk for more information including ticket purchase policy.

Spend your Canada Day at Rideau Carleton Casino, Future Hard Rock and catch a free fireworks show! Featuring: Live DJ starting at 8:00 pm, Food & Beverages available, Free Admission, Free Parking.


NEW: Walking access to Outdoor Viewing Area at the north side of the building, follow the outdoor pathways marked with signs. Lawn chairs welcome on outdoor grounds. No outside food or drink allowed. Please do not walk on racetrack area at any time. No pets (service animals only). Under 19 years of age may access Outdoor Viewing Area only. Keep the party going inside the casino all night long! Must be a Rock Star Rewards Member to be eligible for prizes and promotions, PlaySmart 19+.Visit the Rock Star Rewards desk for more information.

Osgoode Canada Day Festival

Osgoode Centennial Community Centre, 5660 Osgoode Main Street, Osgoode

July 1st 1:00pm – 10:00pm

Get ready to celebrate Canada Day like never before! Our community event is packed with exciting activities and entertainment that everyone will love. Join us for a lively parade through the streets, complete with marching bands and colourful floats. Afterwards, enjoy live music from talented local artists while the kids have a blast with face painting, petting zoo, and other fun activities.

For those looking for some friendly competition, we’re hosting a bike decorating contest, where you can show off your patriotic spirit and creativity. And of course, the adults can unwind at our beer tent, where you can relax and enjoy the festivities with a refreshing beverage.

There’s something for everyone at our Canada Day celebration, so bring your friends and family and let’s make this day unforgettable. Come celebrate Canada’s birthday with us, and let’s show the world how we celebrate in our community!

Riverside South Community Association Canada Day Celebration

Claudette Cain Park, 660 River Road, Ottawa

July 1st 10am – 2pm AND 8:00pm – 10:30pm (Fireworks) Tickets:

The Riverside South Community Association is thrilled to bring back our full complement of Canada Day celebrations for the first time since 2019 after pausing due to pandemic restrictions. It is always our biggest event of the year, and our goal is to make the 2023 edition memorable!

Enjoy inflatables, miniature train ride, rock climbing wall, laser tag, mini golf, obstacle course, a dunk tank, shows by Reptiles Rock and Junkyard Symphony, toddler zone, live DJ, face painting, balloon clowns, BBQ, and more! Admission is free, access to the rides and entertainment only costs $14 in advance ($18 at the event, cash only) for ages 3+

Our improved BBQ tent (faster lines) will feed the whole family! Purchase food tickets at the registration tent with your fun passes and enjoy hamburgers ($3), hot dogs or veggie dogs ($2), or drinks (water, pop or juice $1)…cash only at the event, but food tickets can be purchased in advance with your fun passes through the ticket link.


Join us at Claudette Cain Park on July 1 for a professional fireworks display sponsored by the Riverside South Development Corporation!

Enjoy music starting at 8 pm and fireworks will begin at dusk (approx. 10 pm). Glow-products will be available for purchase in both the south and north fields. Parking is very limited at the park and we recommend either walking to the park or parking at the Your Independent Grocer plaza or the Park N Ride.

Canada Day at the Metcalfe Farmer’s Market

Metcalfe Fairgrounds, 2821 8th Line Road, Metcalfe Ontario

July 1st 9am – 1pm

Come and join us along side 50 local producers for Canada Day. We have so many interesting and unique vendors at our market. A great way to start off your holiday weekend. A few facts about our market…..

Rain or shine; ATM On Site; Free Parking; Wheelchair accessible; Dogs welcome; Indoors and Outdoors; 100% locally produced; Live Music

Canada day start off with a visit to our farmers market. Pick up all of your goodies you will need for the weekend. Come for breakfast, check out an animal education set up we will have. Stay for cake. And best of all shop locally!

Ottawa West:

Barrhaven – Main Canada Day Celebration

Clark Field, Barrhaven

July 1st: 8:00am – 11:00pm

Live Bands, Midway, Kidz Zone, Multiple Entertainment Stages, Family/Seniors Breakfast, Artisans, And Many Food Vendors.


  • 08:30am – 9:30am: Senior’s And Family Breakfast
  • 10:00am – 11:00pm: Robertson Amusements Ltd. Midway
  • 11:00am – 4:00pm: Kidz Zone Activity Area – Kidz Zone Stage – Kidz Zone Crafts
  • 11:00am – 4:00pm: Multicultural Stage Shows
  • 11:00am – 4:00pm: Vendor Village
  • 11:00am – 10:00pm: Indigenous Display
  • 11:00am – 10:00pm: Food Vendors

Main Stage Schedule:

  • 4:00pm – 4:20pm: Ceremonial Speeches
    • Indigenous Land Acknowledgment & Blessing
    • Parade of Flags
    • National Anthem – Mary Bryton English, French & Anishnaawbe
    • Free Birthday Cake
  • 4:20pm – 5:05pm: Indigenous Entertainment
  • 5:15pm – 6:15pm: Monkey Rock Music
  • 6:30pm – 7:45pm: Starfire
  • 8:00pm – 10:00pm: Star 80
  • 10:00pm – END: Fireworks

Barrhaven – Greenfields Public House (Vibes Trio)

Greenfields Pub, 900 Greenbank Road, Nepean (Barrhaven)

July 1st 6:30pm – 9:30pm

Come celebrate Canada Day with classic rock groovy tunes and let the good Canadian vibes roll all night long! ❤️🍁🎇

Bell’s Corners – Conspiracy Theory Brewing Company

Conspiracy Theory Brewing Company, 2172 Robertson Road, Nepean (Bell’s Corners)

July 1st 1:00pm – 11:00pm

The Yoda’s And Guests – Live Music! To Celebrate Canada’s Day we will have a large line up of guest musicians playing all day.

Kanata – Main Canada Day Festivities

Walter Baker Park, off Terry Fox Drive

July 1st 10:00am – 11:00pm

Canada Day in Kanata is Kanata’s premier Canada Day event and one of the largest community events in the Ottawa region. We believe that everyone should celebrate this great nation, which is why we have programming for all ages! Live bands, family fun zones and of course, a beautiful display of fireworks! Come join us at Walter Baker Park off Terry Fox Drive in Kanata to celebrate Canada Day in Kanata.

Minto Communities Family Fun Zone – 10am (Balloon Art, Magic Time, Councy Castles, Kanata Central BIA Kids Creft Tent & More)

Urbandale Main Stage:

  • West Carleton School of Performing Arts (Afternoon)
  • Official Opening Ceremony 5pm
  • Anjchito 6pm
  • The Velocitys 7pm
  • Throwbak 90’s with Music Video Dance Party

Fireworks: 10pm

Kanata – Kid’s Canada Day Party (Art Haven)

Art Haven Kanata, 124-150 Katimavik Road, Kanata

July 1st 6:00pm – 8:30pm

O’ Canada! This fun filled event is a great celebration to kick off the Summer and celebrate Canada Day!

We will have several pottery pieces to choose from, but upgrades are welcome!

Ticket price includes: Choice of 1 pre-selected pottery pieces, Pizza and juice, Canada Day theme crafts,

Come and celebrate our beautiful country, paint pottery and enjoy a fun filled evening!

1 child-$45, 2 children-$80, 3 children-$125


Manordale/Woodvale Community Association, 68 Knoxdale Road, Nepean

July 1st 9:00am – 3:00pm

Singing of O’Canada 9:00

Breakfast served 9:00 -10:30am

Luc Leduc – Magician 11:30- 12:15

Ray’s Reptiles 1230-130pm

Balloon animals & face tattooing 100-300pm

Music Ongoing

Lunch 11:30-3:00 PM

Games: 11 to 3


Sacred Heart High School, 5870 Abbott Street, Stittsville

July 1st 1:00pm – 10:00pm

The Stittsville Village Association is once again pleased to host Canada Day in Stittsville.

Come join your community in celebrating the Birthday of Canada as well as seeing our many local businesses, organizations and enjoying the many activities. We will have a large selection of local talent on the Canadian Heritage Canada stage, birthday cake, inflatables, horse-drawn wagon rides, reptile shows, face painting, aerial performances, food truck court and more!

The fireworks will be our finale at 9:45 PM. The whole day is a free event for all (except the food of course) and we hope to see you all there to celebrate Stittsville’s diversity and pride!

We are looking for volunteers as well; if you are interested please reach out to us! You can E-mail:

Trend Arlington

Trend Arlington Community Association, 50 Bellman Drive, Ottawa

July 1st 5:30pm – 10:00pm

Our annual Canada Day celebration is back this year!

This year’s event features a bounce house, face painting/temporary tattoos, a petting zoo, music, BBQ, snacks, drinks (including alcohol), fireworks and more! VOLUNTEERS are definitely needed to help set up and run this event. Sign up here:

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