What to do for Mother’s Day in Clarington

Take a little time on Mother’s Day to appreciate everything that your mom has done for you. On May 14, celebrate your mom right here in Clarington. Here’s a list of experiences you can share with your mom, as well as gift ideas to get you planning the perfect Mother’s Day.

  1. Visit a farm
    Clarington has many farms to discover. Haute Goat Farm in Newtonville is holding their Open House on May 13, just in time for Mother’s Day. There will be alpaca shearing, goat races, hay rides, goat yoga, a kids’ activity tent, baby goat snuggling, and more. Take mom to this free event and leave with a memento from their gift shop.
  2. Cafes, sweets, and more
    Enjoy Mother’s Day with an afternoon spot of tea or speciality coffee! Our townships have many charming cafes to choose from. Specifically, one of our cafes, The Toasted Walnut, will be hosting an event for this coming Mothers Day! Reservations are required and with this pre-set menu, you won’t want to miss out. There are no age restrictions to this event as they are also offering a kids tea menu.
  3. Relax at a local spa
    Give mom the gift or relaxation this year! Book a full spa day experience at Enchanted Hands Day Spa, or a salon and spa appointment for your mom at Revolutions Salon and Spa, in Courtice. With any choice of appointment, mom will leave feeling like a whole new woman on her special day.
  1. A homemade meal – literally
    Surprise mom by making her favourite meal. Stop in at the Clarington Farmers’ Market to collect your groceries and support our local farmers. Remember to do the dishes, after all it is Mother’s Day.
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  2. Appreciate the arts
    Enjoy a tour through one of our local art galleries. The Visual Arts Centre in Bowmanville is featuring Pamela Dodd’s ‘Come Closer: Stories in Woodcut and Linocut print’ exhibit until May 21. Admission is free.
  1. Go for a hike
    For the adventurous mom, explore nature with a hike. We have trails located all across Clarington. Stop by the Clarington Visitor’s Centre for maps and suggestions on where to venture.
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  1. Cycling and a picnic
    Bike down the waterfront trail and stop for a picnic by the beach. If you prefer dining indoors, take the Greenbelt Cycling Route through Orono. When you’re there, stop for brunch at The Fire Hall Bistro.
  1. A gift for the adrenaline junkie
    If you mom is an adrenaline junkie, consider the gift of excitement with tickets to the Victoria Day SpeedFest Weekend at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.Silverado 250 Crowd 1 - JRW.jpg
  2. Shop with us
    Find mom a unique gift, or take her shopping at any one of our local stores. Enjoy a small boutique or find a lost gem in our antique market. There is so much to discover in Clarington when it comes to shopping.
  1. Sweets and treats
    Fill up with delicious pastries from The Village Bake Shop in Orono. This Dutch bakery is jam-packed with local favourites, like their famous apple fritters and it also sells imported cheeses, meats, bread, and more. If mom is a chocolate lover, visit The Chocolate Messenger in Bowmanville.
  1. A sip above the rest
    Clarington has an incredible winery and brewery to bring mom to visit. Archibald’s Orchards & Estate Winery offers free wine tasting upon reservation (coupons available at the Clarington Visitor’s Centre) and Manantler Craft Brewing offers unique and award-winning fresh brews.Archibalds-40.jpg
  1. Historical tours
    If your mom is a history buff then try a self-guided tour to the historical sites around town. Spend quality time with mom while learning the history that made the townships and hamlets in Clarington what it is today. Collect the self-guided tour brochures at the Clarington Visitor’s Centre.
  1. Fine dining
    Treat your mom’s taste buds at one of Clarington’s fine dining Try some new flavours at Tetra Kitchen and Vines in Bowmanville. With a menu dedicated to local fresh produce, you can’t go wrong.15Fall-Food-Tetra.jpg
  1. A Victorian tea experience
    Bring your mom in for a new tea experience for a day to remember! Lady Kimberly, owner of Tea Granny and Friends, has prepared a special event specifically for our moms. At this event, you will receive a Victorian tea experience and leave with a special gift upon departure. Reservations are required so call ahead to reserve you spot.
    Another great high tea experience will be found at Brianna’s Sweet Treats! Open your mind to a new experience while enjoying tea and all the other sweet treats to life.

For help with a custom plan to suit your mom’s unique interests, stop by the Visitor’s Centre so we can help you plan the perfect day.




Rainy Day Bucket List

Don’t let rainy days get you down. Here are 10 things you can do when the weather isn’t on your side.

  1. Grab a hot beverage – Clarington is home to many unique cafes, all of which offer warm and cold drink options. Indulge in a sweet treat to help pick you up.
  2. Make a splash – Clarington boasts three indoor swimming facilities, all with public swimming times. Have fun with the whole family or take a relaxing break in the whirlpool or sauna.
  3. Read a book – The Clarington Public Library is a great place to spend the day. Whether you read, watch a movie matinee, or join a program, you can always learn something new at the library.
  4. Play a game The Firehouse Youth Centre offers drop-in recreational programs for youth ages 12 to 19. Stop by Tuesday to Friday between 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. to join in.
  5. Climb to new heights – Enjoy playtime at Joey’s World indoor playground. It’s not just for kids, Canada’s largest indoor aerial course, Sky Trekking, is open to all ages.
  6. Get artistic – Paint your own pottery at Crock-A-Doodle. Choose your own pottery piece to paint and create something you’ll enjoy for years to come.
  7. Take in local art – If dreary spring days are bringing you down, check out the art at Clarington’s Visual Art Centre and A Gift of Art Gallery. Bring home your favourite piece to brighten those rainy spring days.
  8. Enjoy a cider donut Tyrone Mills has the best apple cider donuts. While you’re there, learn about the history of the water-powered mill, established in 1846.
  9. Discover our past – Learn about local history at Clarington Museums. Celebrate Canada’s birthday by finding out what Clarington was like 150 years ago.
  10. Make a Plan – For more rainy day activities, plan your April staycation at the Clarington Visitor’s Centre, located at 181 Liberty Street South in Bowmanville.

March Break Smiles!

With March Break just around the corner, many families are already planning adventures and exciting activities for the week away from school. Look no further than Clarington for fun-filled adventures for children of all ages. Experience Clarington camps, library activities, arts and crafts programs as well as take a step back in time to pioneer days at the Museum. Here’s our guide to your week away from school.

For dance, drama, drawing, exciting trips to the GTA and sports fun, check out camps offered by the Municipality of Clarington’s Community Services:

Clarington Community Services – March Break Camps

Art Attack Camp (Ages 6-12yrs)
Kinder Camp (Ages 4-5yrs)
LEGO Camp (Ages 6-12yrs)
Trip Camp (Ages 8-14yrs)
Ultimate Sports Adventure Camp (Ages 6-12yrs)
Preteen Fitness Bootcamp (Ages 11-14)

Extended Care is also available as needed.

For more information, email: daycamps@clarington.net or call 905-435-1061 ext. 229

Attend a fancy ball, listen to bear tales, star as the hero in your own adventure, join the Paw Patrol and lots more at the Clarington Public Library:

Clarington Public Library:

Friday, March 10th
Sharon Jennings Author Visit @ Courtice Branch 10:30 – 11:30 a.m.


Beauty and the Beast Ball @ Bowmanville Branch 10:30 – 11:15 a.m. Ages 4-6
Construction Chaos @ Courtice Branch 1:30-2:30pm Ages 7-9
LEGO Robot Challenge (registration req.) @ Bowmanville Branch – Two-day session; 10am-12:30pm Monday & Tuesday Ages 10+
Supertastic Heros @ Courtice Branch 10:30-11:15 a.m. Ages 4-6
Bear Tales @ Newcastle Branch 10:30-11:15 a.m. Ages 4-6
LEGO Robot Challenge (registration req.) @ Bowmanville Branch – Two-day session; 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Monday & Tuesday Ages 10+
Doodle Bots @Newcastle Branch 1:30 – 3:00 p.m. Ages 10 +

Paw Patrol Parade @ Bowmanville Branch 10:30-11:15 a.m. Ages 4-6
LEGO Zip Line @ Bowmanville Branch 1:30-2:30 p.m. Ages 7-9
BYOC Movie Night @ Courtice Branch 6:00 – 8:00 p.m. Family/All Ages

Bear Tales @ Courtice Branch 10:30-11:15am Ages 4-6
Supertastic Heroes @ Newcastle Branch 10:30-11:15 a.m. Ages 4-6
LEGO Robot Challenge (Registration Req.) @ Courtice Branch – Two-day session; Thursday & Friday 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Ages 10 +
Library Break Out @ Bowmanville Branch 1:30-3:00 p.m. Ages 10 +

Troll Time @ Bowmanville Library 10:30-11:15 a.m. Ages 4-6
Maker Market @ Newcastle Branch 1:30-2:30 p.m. Ages 7-9
LEGO Robot Challenge (Registration Req.) @ Courtice Branch – Two-day session; Thursday & Friday 10:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Ages 10 +

For more information, email info@clarington-library.on.ca or call 905-623-7322

Take a step back in time and explore your heritage, experience survival in pioneer times all at the Clarington Museums camp:

Clarington Museums presents March Break Camp at the Museum: “Hand on History”

Create a “Heritage Minute” for Clarington, unearth secret artifacts, play “Pioneer Survivor”, make your own treasure and so much more!
March 13-17. $175 for the week or $40 per day

For more information, visit www.claringtonmuseums.com

If you enjoy working with your own two hands and have an artistic flair look for your next art adventure with Janet Lange Art and Design or the Visual Arts Center:

Janet Lange Art & Design presents Spring Fling March Break Art Camp!

Sculpture, Canvas Painting, Face Painting, Drama, Music and more

More information, email janet@janetlange.ca or call 905-419-8963

Visual Arts Centre:
Opt for full-week or day-camp, March 13th-17th

Monday: Mixed Media & Photo Transfer
Tuesday: Art Chill
Wednesday: Clay Art: Kids Pottery
Thursday: Mixed Media Sculpture
Friday: Printmaking

More information: www.vac.ca/march-break.html or call 905-623-5831

As if all that wasn’t enough, here’s some more exciting options:

Joey’s World Playground
Open for regular play hours (10AM-8PM)

Jungle Cat World Wildlife Park
Open (Weather permitting). Feeding tour is daily at 1:30pm.

Paint Your Own Pottery!

Enjoy the slopes, or one of their March Break camps!
For more information, call 905-983-5983 or visit www.brimacombe.ca.


March Break Madness brought to you by Ontario Power Generation:

March 13 10am-1pm: Spring Water Surprise
Where: Darlington Nuclear Information Center, 1855 Energy Drive, Courtice.
Join staff from Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority to learn about spring water safety through cool experiments and fun activities.

March 15 9:30am – 1:30pm Community Skate @ South Courtice Arena
Gather your skates, helmet, family and friends. Skating is fun for everyone!

Unsure of what to do? Stop by the Clarington Tourism office and let us help you plan. Our office is open Monday through Saturday from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. and is located at 181 Liberty Street South in Bowmanville. We have a wealth of resources and want to help. For more information call us at 905-623-4356.

Happy March Break from the Clarington Tourism team, we hope you have a blast!

10 Things to Do With Your Sweetheart This Valentine’s Day in Clarington!

February is officially here and Valentine’s Day is just around the corner. This year, enjoy some of the local charms that Clarington has to offer and take your loved ones out for a Valentine’s Day that they won’t forget. Whatever you’re looking for, Clarington has something for everyone to enjoy. Here are 10 things you can do with your Valentine this year in Clarington.

  1. Go for a romantic trail ride

Take your loved ones on a western style horseback ride from Kuzenko Riding Stables. Their scenic trail rides are suited for every level, and will take you away from the stress of the world.

  1. Dinner on the Town

What could be more iconic than taking your loved one out for a romantic dinner? Luckily, Clarington has many options for you to choose from. Whether it’s an intimate dinner night at Three Six Kitchen & Lounge located in Historic Downtown Bowmanville, or a night out with friends at the Old Newcastle House Taps & Grill in Newcastle, you’re sure to find something to suit your taste. Reservations are encouraged. Call your desired restaurant for more information.

  1. Take a Romantic Hike along our many Trails

What could be more romantic than taking a stroll with the one you love along a beautiful stretch of Clarington’s lakefront, or a beautiful conservation area? Sip a warm beverage and hold hands while enjoying the natural beauty of the outdoors. Let Mother Nature set the romantic scenery; you just have to bring your date.

  1. Unwind and Reconnect at the Spa

Enchanted Hands Day Spa, located in Bowmanville, has Valentine’s Day packages that will help you and your sweetheart relax and enjoy each other’s company. From a couples massage to a Champagne and Rose Body Scrub, a relaxing afternoon awaits you. For more information and to book your spot, contact Enchanted Hands at 905-623-9836.

  1. Enjoy the Slopes at Brimacombe

Take your date (or family) out for a day of skiing or snowboarding at Clarington’s premier ski hill. If you don’t know how to ski, that’s not a problem. Brimacombe offers lessons, rental equipment and a warm chalet with delicious quick-serve food to help motivate and encourage you.

  1. Celebrate Early, Visit the Courtice Flea Market

The Courtice Flea Market is hosting its annual “Sweetheart Sunday” on February 12. Stroll the market and find an array of hidden treasures and chances to win prizes throughout the day.

  1. Take in some Arts & Culture

The Visual Arts Centre of Clarington is located in Bowmanville in the historic old Cream of Barley Mill. Rich with history, and artistic talent, the red-bricked building is situated alongside Soper Creek. After appreciating the local exhibits, take a leisurely walk through a beautifully landscaped path running through the grounds.

  1. Take a Romantic Drive along A Country Path

A Country Path is a self-guided tour that runs throughout Clarington’s countryside and offering a beautiful setting for a romantic drive. While driving, stop at Tyrone Mills and pick up some delicious treats, or finish your journey at Tetra Kitchen and Vines for a romantic evening dinner date.

  1. Stay a night at one of Clarington’s B&B’s

Clarington boasts many beautiful bed and breakfasts throughout our community. Whether you’re looking for a romantic evening in the country, or a more exotic experience that includes animals at Jungle Cat World, you’re sure to find the perfect place to spend some quality time with the one you love.

  1. Shop Local

Clarington is home to four major downtown cores, all with specialty shops, cafes, and places to search for that perfect gift. Stop by Courtice, Bowmanville, Newcastle or Orono, to find that perfect.

These are only some of the many options to pick from. For more ideas visit our Tourism Information Centre located at 181 Liberty Street South in Bowmanville, or give our team a call at 905-623-4356. You can also check out our Romantic Getaways options on our website.


Happy Valentine’s Day from the Tourism team.

Enjoy the Winter Break!

With two weeks of Winter Break to look forward to, many parents are looking to plan some fun activities to fill time after the Holidays. We’ve taken the research out of your hands, here are some fun activities and events happening during the break to keep everyone occupied until school is back in session.

Enjoy the great outdoors, like true Canadians!

Explore the Ganaraska Forest
Give cross-country skiing or snowshoeing a try. The entire trail system is groomed and tracks are set. Don’t have your own snowshoes or skis? Rentals are available.

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Do you like snowboarding or downhill skiing? Get active, enjoy the fresh air and catch up with friends on the chairlift ride up the hill.

Enjoy the trails of Darlington Provincial Park
Dig out a pair of cross-country skis or old snowshoes and head to Darlington Provincial Park. For only $3, you can enjoy a quintessential Canadian winter day. Find daily conditions on their Facebook page.

Strap on those skates
Free Skate (courtesy of Tim Horton’s)
January 4, 1:30 to 3:15 p.m. at Garnet B. Rickard Complex

Christmas Public Skate (courtesy of MP Erin O’Toole)
January 8, 2017 1:30 to 3:15 p.m. at Garnet B. Rickard Recreation Complex

14summer-attraction-zoosGet up and close to the animals at Jungle Cat World
Only closed Christmas Day and New Years Day; you can enjoy wild animals from around the world almost any day of the week during the break. Don’t miss the guided feeding tour at 1:30 p.m. every day.

Prefer to enjoy winter in the warmth?

Burn off energy at Joey’s World Indoor Playground
Enjoy Durham’s largest, family indoor playground featuring a 20 foot rock wall, multi-tiered play structure as well as a toddler designation area. Also offering Ontario’s largest aerial ropes course with 21 challenging elements; Sky Trekking. Great for adults too.

Get creative at Janet Lange Art & Design 
Kids Christmas Camp (appropriate for ages 3+)
December 27 until 30 and January 2 until 6. from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Still looking for New Year’s Eve plans? We’ve got you covered!

New Year’s Eve Family Celebration at South Courtice Arena 6 to 9 p.m.
Includes public skating 6 to 7:10 p.m. and 7:30 to 8:40 p.m.
Face painting, party favours, arts and crafts and more!

A Gift of Art New Year’s Party. Ring in the start of Canada’s 150th year at Newcastle Community Hall featuring “ABBAMANIA” 8:30 p.m. until 1 a.m.

For more information be sure to stop by the Tourism Office, located at 181 Liberty Street South in Bowmanville. The Tourism Team is here to help.

Our Holiday Hours are as follows:

December 24: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
December 25: Closed
December 26: Closed
December 27 to 30: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
December 31: 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
January 2 to 7: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Clarington Santa Watch 2016

Clarington is home to five Santa Claus Parades to get you in the holiday spirit. Mark your calendar and enjoy the season!



Fall for Clarington

‘Fall for Clarington’ this autumn. It is the perfect time to discover, enjoy and explore our community. As the leaves begin to change, it’s time to embrace and enjoy all the colours, flavours and experiences of fall.

Take the perfect weekend road trip and explore one of our many ‘Pick your own’ orchards, or enjoy a fall festival, take a fall hike, or even a scenic drive along Clarington’s country roads. Our community offers a large selection of activities to peek your interest.

Here are some of our favourite ideas to help you fall for Clarington.

Go Apple Picking


Archibald Orchards & Estate Winery


Clarington is home to many unique orchards and markets. Take your family to one of our popular orchards, such as at Watson’s Farms or Archibald Orchards to pick-your-own; or buy fresh local apples at one of the many markets along the way.

Here’s a list of some of the Farm Fresh markets along the way: http://www.clarington.net/en/tourism/farm-fresh.asp

umpkin Picking…


Knox Family Pumpkin Farm

If you want to extend your farm fresh experience, try picking your own pumpkins! Hop aboard a wagon ride at Knox’s Pumpkin Farm or Pingle’s Farm Market. They are the perfect place to spend a day with your family, choosing that ideal pumpkin for your porch.



Enjoy a Scenic Drive

Spend a crisp fall afternoon enjoying the rural sights along Clarington’s countryside. On September 24 & 25 take a drive along A Country Path and enjoy the Fall Harvest Driving Tour. Take in the gorgeous scenery, and don’t forget to stop by Tyrone Mills Ltd. for an apple cider donut!
Here are some stops that you can enjoy along your route: http://acountrypath.com/

Family fun at a Fall Festival

There are many exciting fall festivals to explore this fall. Welcome in the season at Newcastle’s Harvest Festival on October 1. Taking place in Downtown Newcastle, enjoy a pancake breakfast, great shopping, and more.  Don’t miss the popular Apple


Newcastle Harvest Fest – Oct 1st

Festival & Craft Show in Downtown Bowmanville. This annual festival is buzzing with music, delicious apple fritters, and ideal fall shopping.

For a complete listing of the events happening throughout Clarington this fall, visit our community calendar here: http://www.clarington.net/en/tourism/festivals-events.asp


Explore our Trailsimg_0357l

Fall is the perfect season to explore our waterfront trails and conservation areas. With the changing colour and crisp air, it makes for the perfect backdrop as you take in the scenery and snap some family photos. There are many to cycle or walk, and you can find them all here: http://www.clarington.net/en/tourism/trails.asp

These are only some of the great ways to ‘Fall for Clarington’!

Stop by the tourism office today, located at 181 Liberty Street South in Bowmanville, to learn more of the great things awaiting you this season.

Nightlife in Clarington

If you’re in Clarington visiting, or a local resident looking for fun, try a night out on the town. You are sure to find something that will spark your interest!

Here are some ideas to get your evening started:

  1. Shooters & Shots: Play the billiards at Shooters & Shots, let loose with karaoke, or sit back and enjoy some quality time with friends.
  2. Live Music: Our local pubs hold that small town friendly feel that will introduce you to new friends and reconnect you with old ones. Some pubs, like The Courtyard, The Snug, and The Village Inn host karaoke and live music! We also have other outlets for live music, such as the Friday Night Concert at the Orono Fair!
  3. A Local Brewery: Not only does Manantler Craft Brewery have delicious freshly brewed craft beer, but every weekend you can enjoy a live band with your cold beer.
  4. Patios & Restaurants: Soak in our breeze while sipping on your favourite drink at our local patios! Try a new restaurant such as Tetra Kitchen and LoungeFire Hall Bistro, or Castle John’s
  5. Fishing: Evening fishing will guarantee a good catch. Pick up our fishing map at the Tourism Office or check it out Online!

8 teen-focused ideas for when you’re looking for a fun evening out in Clarington:

  1. Youth Centre: The Firehouse Youth Centre is a drop-in recreational facility for youth between the ages of 12-19. They are open Tuesday to Friday from 3 p.m. until 8 p.m. This is a FREE facility that offers pool tables, basketball courts, hockey nets, videogames, and more! They also have events going on everyday.
  2. Movies: Catch a Movie at Cineplex Odeon in Bowmanville offers ½ price Tuesdays. Enjoy your favourite flick for only $6 every Tuesday!
  3. Ice Cream: The Enniskillen General Store sell BIG SCOOPS of Kawartha Dairy ice cream at great prices. Selling 40 flavours to select from, you’re sure to find something you like in this historical Enniskillen store! They also offer drinks, ice, gifts, crafts, and local honey. Open everyday this summer from 8 a.m. until 10 p.m.
  4. Skate Parks: The municipality has four skate parks. These skate parks have been home to some popular skateboarders, such as, Rob Pyontek and Jordan Bandula. For all your retail skateboarding needs, check out our local shop S.O.S.-Boardz in Bowmanville.  
  5. Cake Decorating: Located in the Bowmanville Bulk Barn, Owner of Bella Torta and Wilton Method Instructor will show you step by step how to create your next dessert masterpiece!
  6. Art: What’s better than enjoying good food while unleashing your creative side? Check out the Paint Nite at Boston Pizza or That’s My Spot in Bowmanville! Or check out the art classes at Janet Lange.
  7. Escape Room: Clarington’s first escape room, The Panic Room. An immersive themed escape room game, different than anything you have ever experienced. Open until 12 a.m. from Wednesday to Saturday, and open until 10 p.m. Wednesdays and Sundays. 
  8. Events: Always be sure to check out our local events to find join in on some of the fun near you!

Be sure to stop by the Tourism Office, located at 181 Liberty Street South in Bowmanville. The Tourism Team is here to help you plan. We’re open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday!

Discover Clarington’s Heritage

Clarington is full of rich history for you to discover. In today’s high technology world, it has never been easier to uncover new and old facts that have shaped the place we call home.

This year’s Clarington Heritage Week  is taking place August 8 to 14 at  many historical locations throughout Clarington. What a better time to learn your impressive local history!

Enjoy live music at one of Clarington’s Outdoor Concerts, take a historical walking tour, or watching a play unfold at the Clarington Museums.

For more information on what you can discover this Heritage Week, visit the official website for location details http://www.claringtonheritage.ca/events/current.php.

Enjoy these FREE community concerts and tours:

Monday, August 8

  • Opening Reception and Presentation on the Avro Arrow at the Bowmanville Museum
    6:30-8:30 PM

Tuesday, August 9

  • Newcastle History Room at the Newcastle Community Hall
    6:00 PM
  • Newcastle Walking Tour
    6:00 PM
  • Newcastle Concert at the Newcastle Community Hall
    7:00 PM

Wednesday, August 10

  • “Find Your Roots,” Introduction to Genealogy
    7:00 PM – 8:30 PM
    Clarington Public Library Bowmanville Branch
  • “Word of Honour: A Ghost Story”
    7:30 PM
    Bowmanville Museum – Tickets claringtonmuseums.com

Thursday, August 11

  • Bowmanville Walking Tour
    6:00 PM
  • Bowmanville Concert
    7:00 PM
  • “Word of Honour: A Ghost Story”
    7:30 PM
    Bowmanville Museum – Tickets claringtonmuseums.com

Friday, August 12

  • Solina Walking Tour Coffee and pies served after the tour at Solina Hall
    7:00 PM
  • “Word of Honour: A Ghost Story”
    7:30 PM
    Bowmanville Museum Tickets claringtonmuseums.com

Saturday, August 13

  • Newcastle History Room Open Newcastle Community Hall
    11:00 AM
  • Newcastle Walking Tour
    12:00 PM
  • Ehrenwort Trail Walking Tour
    4:00 PM
  • “Word of Honour: A Ghost Story”
    7:30 PM
    Bowmanville Museum – Tickets claringtonmuseums.com

Sunday, August 14

  • “Word of Honour: A Ghost Story”
    2:00 PM
    Bowmanville Museum – Tickets claringtonmuseums.com
  • Newtonville Walking Tour
    5:00 PM
  • Newtonville Concert
    6:30 PM

*Events are subject to change, please check back for the latest information and follow Clarington Heritage on Twitter at @Clar_Heritage