Burlington, Ontario Canada continues to grow along with neighboring Oakville. In general, Halton Region is one of the fastest growing and also one of the safest areas in the Greater Toronto Area (GTA).
This spring the town offers swimming, summer camps, activities for kids and teens as well as music and student theatre. Get the current Live and Play guide here. You will find lots to do this summer in this recreation and leisure guide.
It has been a tough winter this year in Southern Ontario (and much of the Northeast), so its now time to get out and play.
Little kids will love the new splashpads at the Millcroft Community Park. There are other splashpads at Norton, Nelson, Mountainside and Spencer Smith.
Get involved in organized sports outdoors or do something cultural this summer.
If it gets too hot, stop by the Burlington public library.
Pick up the Summer BPL Guide at any neighbourhood library or view it online. Here are some of the highlights of this summer’s library activities…
Trip to the Shaw to see Philadelphia Story, Looking Behind the Curtain while Burlington Student Theatre prepares for a Disney production, Meet the Geeks from Best Buy’s Geek Squad and much more.