Monthly Archives: November 2011
The Stanley cup will be at the Kitchener Auditorium tonight and you can view the Stanley Cup between 6:30-9pm.
The first 500 people will have their picture taken.
Enjoy watching the Kitchener Rangers take on the Erie Otters while having your chance to see the Stanley Cup.
Get your tickets now to be a part of this memorable night.
Canada Post will be picking up the mail for the “jolly old man” from the children for delivery at: Santa Claus, North Pole, Ho Ho Ho. The Waterloo Knights of Columbus are involved in the toy drive with the Waterloo F.D. and food items are collected for the local Food Bank.
The parade is 1 1/2 hours down the king street parade route. So bring your non parishable food items and a big smile..
For those who do not have the opportunity to attend the parade, Rogers TV broadcasts live from Kitchener City Hall that special Saturday morning at 11:00 am.
For more information please visit http://www.lionsclubofkitchener.com/m/content/article.php?content_id=12
Check out the link below for Bingemans. They are offering season water park passes at an incredible price till December 31st. Great gifts you and the kids can enjoy all summer.
The kids and I have been there in the past years and it is always fun to go down the slides, jump in the pool, play mini golf and spend the day together. Great way to spend the hot summer days.
Fall is a wonderful time of year and one of the best ways to spend some time outdoors is hiking along the Grand River Trial. This morning I took my dog “Shiva” out for an hour long walk and she dragged me through some of the prettiest scenery along the grand river. The colors have changes and some of the views were just wonderful. I got some much needed exercise after a great weekend and Shiva got out and did her thing of sniffing, engaging with a couple of dogs we met along the way and enjoying the fresh air.
The Grand River Trail is a 18 kilometre (11 mile) trail that follows the Grand River through lush Carolinian Forest with spectacular river overlooks en route. The Trail runs from Paris to Cambridge and is a great place to spend an afternoon.
For more information on the Grand River Trail visit
If you are an artist at heart or just want to spend a very cool couple of hours enjoying some of the Great Artisans that we have here in the Waterloo region you need to attend the 11th annual Frederick Art Walk this saturday November, 12th from 10-5pm.
The walk is a 2 km stroll through homes in one of the historic downtown neighborhood of Kitchener. There will be jewelery, pottery, quilting, knitting, fused glass, pop art, photography and so much more.
They also have a unique passport program that will reward people for seeing everything. You can get stamps or signatures from the residents of the walk to win great prizes. Don’t forget to bring your checkbook thought because there is plenty to purhcase, bring home and enjoy for years to come.
To see all the great offerings check out their website http://www.frederickartwalk.org/
Welcome to our first post on great things to do in Kitchener Waterloo. Here we hope to share with Kitchener Waterloo Residents many of the fantastic things there are to do in our great cities. From amazing restaurants, shopping, community events, parks and places to visit to free stuff to do with the kids (we have 7, so free works great) in and around the Kitchener Waterloo area.
We would like to start off by letting everyone know that the city of Kitchener offers a FREE Family skate at many of their local ice rinks around town as well as the outdoor rink at City Hall. We are looking forward to seeing everyone at the Grand River Arena on wednesday’s from 10:30-11:20 or 3:30-4:50. Click on the link and see which arena works best for your family and hope to see you…. ON THE ICE!!