Canada Day Celebrations in Burlington may look a little different this year, but our love and patriotism can’t be cancelled! Here’s how to celebrate Canada Day in Burlington.
Virtual Canada Day Celebrations in Burlington
While we cannot gather in groups just yet, we can still celebrate Canada in a number of ways. Here is what the City of Burlington has planned for July 1, 2020.
Virtual Opening Ceremony with MuchMusic and ET Canada’s Rick Campanelli, plus messages from the Mayor and O’Canada will be performed by the Burlington Teen Tour Band.
Bucket Drumming Experience – Burlington’s CRASH Rhythm will be providing an amazing Bucket Drumming experience for the whole family to participate in.
First Nations Storyteller and founder of the White Pine Dancers, Aaron Bell will perform a six-part series of traditional stories that reflect the Indigenous culture and way of life.
Canada Day Daytime Show – The daytime show, Canada Day Across the Country, offers you a virtual tour of the celebrations. With your hosts, Serena Ryder and Pierre-Yves Lord, discover talented artists from Sudbury, Montréal, Québec, Moncton, Winnipeg, Yellowknife and Calgary.
Celebrate our country’s cultural diversity, sporting excellence, Indigenous culture and languages, and the resilience of front-line workers.
A nod to the 40th anniversary of the national anthem “O Canada” and many surprises await you.
At 2:00 pm you are invited to join cities across Canada to celebrate Canada Day, promote diversity, multicultural harmony, and to thank all frontline essential workers with six minutes of simultaneous drumming.
At 7:30 pm the Canada Day celebrations in Burlington continue with Tim Hicks and special video performance for Burlington! Check here for the video on July 1, 2020.
At 8 pm Snap’d has a virtual fireworks show for everyone! Find the details on how to watch it here.
What a great way to enjoy some Canada Day programming form the comfort of your own couch or backyard!
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