Hamilton Summer Events Calendar June!
Being involved with our community is something we absolutely love here at Bay King Chrysler! Our staff take it upon themselves to be apart of initiatives going on in the community to help raise awareness, resources or even just dedicating their time to different events to give back. After all, we have been in Hamilton for 45 years! Here are some of the events coming up that we are apart of and some others that we think are awesome, and you might too!
Thursday, June 11th Heavenly Food Trucks Are Back!
HEAVENLY FOOD TRUCKS are back! Starting Thursday, May 21 and continuing through the summer, visit Heavenly Food Trucks at Bethel Church (corner of Kerns Rd. and Dundas St, across from City View Park) for dinner. Trucks are ready to serve you from 5:00 to 8:00 PM. Choose take-out, or enjoy the seating that will be provided. Kids’ Craft area too! A portion of the sales will be donated to the “Charity of the Week” and this week’s feature cause is the new Waterdown Youth Centre and Youth Unlimited. Call 905-689-7796 for more information.
Tuesday June 16th Mom & Me Days
Every Tuesday & Thursday May-September 30th, 2015, you and your children can enjoy some indoor/outdoor time together. Event Activities: Train ride, Visit with the animals, play area, snack in the cafe (strudel/muffin & tea/coffee for mom, cookie/fruit & juice for children) and craft.
Price: $18.00 + tax for one (1) adult & one (1) child. Additional Brother/Sister/Grandparent $8.00 + tax
When: Tuesday & Thursday
Where: 1468 Highway #8, Stoney Creek, Ontario.
Contact: 905-643-1015 or email@example.com
Thursday, June 18th Walk a Mile in Her Shoes
On Thursday, June 18th at noon, help YWCA Hamilton take a step toward ending women’s poverty, homelessness and violence by participating in the 6th annual, Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, to help support YWCA Hamilton’s Transitional Living Program.
At Walk a Mile in Her Shoes, concerned men, women and families step into high heels and step up for women. By strutting and stumbling through Gore Park, you’ll be raising awareness, raising eyebrows and educating Hamiltonians about issues affecting women in our community.
Get a team together and get pumped up! Visit the Walk a Mile in Her Shoes website to get started today.
Friday, June 19th McMaster University Driving and Technology Research Study
Researchers at McMaster University are seeking participants aged 60+ for an exciting study related to driving and technology! Do you drive an automobile that contains two or more in-car assistive driving technologies? Qualifying technologies include: back-up camera, blind-spot monitors, lane departure warnings, adaptive cruise control and many more! Participation involves the completion of a face-to-face interview, and several other optional components exist. If interested please contact Dr. Jessica Gish for more information or to participate.
Sunday, June 21st Pan Am Games Torch Visits Waterdown.
The Pan Am Games torch relay will make its way through Waterdown June 21. The Flamborough stop, on the 22nd day of the relay, will be at the Mill Street and 5 American House. Other stops on Day 22 include Grafton Square in Dundas and Old Town Hall in Ancaster, as well as Hamilton’s Gage Park and Pier 8.
Sunday, June 21st Fathers Day!
Cool off and celebrate a day with dad and the whole family at Wild Waterworks! Lots of contests and giveaways! For more information, visit www.wild-waterworks.com, phone 905-547-6141 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Wednesday June 24th Rick Mercer Live at the Theatre Aquarius
Rick Mercer performs his show “A Nation Worth Ranting About” live at Theatre Aquarius in support of the John Howard Society of Hamilton, Burlington & Area