Things to Do in Kitchener-Waterloo Region in June

Source: Woodside National Historic Site

A list of family activities and events in the Kitchener Waterloo area in June.

to go fishing

You can cast a line and reel it inHas great catch in Ontario Provincial Parks. However, please follow all fishing spot restrictions in the park, as well as all public health guidelines on group sizes and physical distancing.

Enjoy royalty-free fishing from June 19-20, 2021. Fishing regulations and other rules still apply on license-free days, and a national park fishing license is required to fish in Canadian National Parks.

Epic Eagles – Canada’s definitive Eagles tribute

What do you get when you bring together 5 well-respected musicians from Canada who also happen to be Eagles lovers, who adore the timeless music of Eagles & Don Henley and feel privileged? You get EPIC EAGLES – Canada’s Definitive Eagles Tribute Band, which takes you back to the golden days of legendary band The Eagles to the present day. details

Monday, June 14, 2021 | 8:00 pm

Bingeman’s Drive-in Amphitheater, Kitchener
at the entrance of the Camping Resort

$ 44.24

Hiking or discovering natural attractions

Are you tired of staying home? Take a little walk. Check out some of the green spaces in the Kitchener-Waterloo area to take a stroll.

Do not travel to other regions and limit your travel to your area due to Covid-19.

Esmaa Mohamoud: To play in the face of certain defeats

Take a virtual tour as artist Esmaa Mohamoud and curator Matthew Kyba showcase the work in To Play in the Face of Certain Defeat. Inspired by the Afro-American writer Ralph Ellison, the artist Esmaa Mohamoud examines the way in which black bodies appear simultaneously in the spaces in which they navigate – and yet are made metaphorically invisible. details

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Digital exhibitions at Clay & Glass

  • Exposed – Loving hugs, passionate affection and erotic tension; Morgan Kamocki Allaby brings all of this to the sculptures in his latest series of works. With this series, Kamocki Allaby counters heteronormative relationship narratives and the frequent rejection of queer relationships in culture and society.
  • Garden of the Gods – A botanical journey into the world of powerful hallucinogens.
  • Inspired by nature – Clay, glass and copper enamel artists offer their interpretation of nature, its botanical specimens and its landscapes – in sculptures, two-dimensional pieces and functional goods.

FCLMA Jazz, Classical & World Music Awards Gala

Annual FCLMA Classical, Jazz & World Music Awards Gala.

Ft Performances by: Mark Swan Music Quartet
Marque WA Smith Tony Deluca Anthony Borek
Magisterra soloists
Rant Maggie Rant
Chamber Choir of King’s University College
Rachelle Courtney – jazz singer
Nevin Campbell
Erich Knapp
Camila Montefusco
Matthew Bermudez
Michael Vanhevel
And a special achievement by the Middlesex-London Health Unit #Allstars. details

June 6, 2021

Facebook live stream

19th Annual Forest City London Music Awards

Presented by Unifor Canada with performances by Lost in Japan, Thunder Queens, Typo & King Cruff, Leanne Mayer, CJ Lee and Patrick James Clark. details

June 12, 2021

Facebook live stream

Farmers market

Shop for groceries or weekend meals, including meat, produce, dairy products, and specialties from the farmers’ market. details

Saturdays | 7:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m.

300 King Street E, Kitchener

Bingemans @Home

Enjoy Bingemans at home over a turkey dinner, Southern BBQ or brunch. details

Sunday evening turkey dinner | June 13, 2021
Southern BBQ for Father’s Day | June 20, 2021
Extreme brunch | June 27, 2021

Pick up at Bingeman’s Commisary Kitchen, 40 Shirley Avenue

$ 44- $ 56; Add-ons available

PRESS: Annual printmaking exhibition

See original work in print from members of the printmaker community at this annual judged exhibition. details

May 1st – June 4th 2021



Cycling is a great way to get exercise and also to explore new places and well-trodden paths. So get out your bike and check out the bike paths and lanes in your neighborhood.

Do not travel to other regions and limit your travel to your area due to Covid-19.

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The Father’s Day Walk / Run for Prostate Cancer

June 20th marks the 23rd annual walk / run for prostate cancer. This signature event is one of the Prostate Cancer Foundation BC (PCFBC) largest fundraising drives, allowing us to continue raising awareness, supporting support groups, and supporting research. details

Sunday June 20th 2021

Wherever you are, Canada

Free up to $ 35

Brain tumor walk

Attend the Brain Tumor Foundation of Canada live streaming opening ceremony on June 27, 2021 and gather a group of family and friends for #EndBrainTumours.

The Brain Tumor Walk program raises funds to fund brain tumor research, support services, trusted information, and advocacy to help brain tumor patients and survivors live longer, better, and with hope. details

June 27, 2021

Wherever you are


Explore the Laurel Creek Conservation Area

Spend the day in the Laurel Creek Conservation Area. The 4.5 km long groomed and groomed pine forest path network is ideal for hiking and bird watching. details

Daily | 8:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.

Laurel Creek, 625 Westmount Road. N., Waterloo

Entrance fee when an attendant is on duty: $ 2.65 – $ 6.64; Automatic gate access (attendant off duty) $ 13.27 / vehicle

Go bird watching

Get to know your city and discover new places near you. There are many fabulous bird watching spots to visit in Ontariot,Download a bird ID app andry to name all the birds that youyou can see details

Due to Covid-19, only visit places near you.

Virtual cooking class demo

Join Kitchener Market and Chef Rob from the comfort of your home as we showcase our virtual cooking class series.

June 2nd to 18th

Fried Chicken Sandwich | Wednesday, June 2, 2021 | 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Art of Sous Vide Part 1 | Friday, June 11, 2021 | 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
One pan shrimp and chorizo ​​pan | Wednesday, June 16, 2021 | 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Art of Sous Vide Part 2 | Friday, June 18, 2021 | 6:30 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.

Kitchener City Facebook page

Dreamspeakers International Indigenous Film Festival

Discover 35 films by indigenous artists and filmmakers from around the world. Find animated films, documentaries, short films, feature films and music videos, among others. details

May 31 – June 7, 2021


$ 25

Stroll through Victoria Park

Enjoy a day out with family or friends Victoria Park! Pack a picnic with goodies and treats from your favorite restaurant and enjoy the beautiful surroundings. Enjoy some family time or just spend the day reading a book from the Waterloo Public Library.

Learn more about this historic district with the free self-guided walking tour available from the City of Kitchener.

Virtual cooking class with a set of ingredients

Head to Kitchener Market for a private, virtual ingredient cooking class with Chef Rob and TWB Brewing from the comfort of your home!

June 9-26, 2021

Pasta family dinner | Wednesday, June 9, 2021 | 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Date night with Chef Rob | Saturday, June 12, 2021 | 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Summer solstice with Chef Rob | Monday, June 21, 2021 | 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.
Date night with Chef Rob | Saturday, June 26, 2021 | 6:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Kitchener City Facebook page

Virtual kids in the kitchen

Virtual Kids in The Kitchen is an online version of our popular cooking classes that the whole family can enjoy right at your home. Chef Nicole welcomes you every Saturday in her kitchen to prepare wonderful dishes. details

Saturdays, June 5, 12, 19, 26, 2021 | 10:00 am – 11:00 am

Kitchener City Facebook page

You might like: Chef D visits the farmers’ market on Thursday, June 3, 2021 | 6:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.

RESOLUTION: A Century of Photographic Art

Enjoy a virtual tour of Resolution: A Century of Photographic Art with commentary from curator Cassandra Getty. This exhibition has something for everyone, including Micheal Lambeth’s early social realism, Suzy Lake’s feminist portraits, the indigenous voices of Shelley Niro and Greg Staats and Osheen Harruthoonyan’s fantasy photographs. details

Visit a nearby provincial park

Ontario provincial parks are open to visitors. Be it for a stroll or just relaxing in the nature, fishing or boating, provincial parks are great places to spend your time.

did you know already that Ontario are Provincial Parks Free visit four days a week this summer. You can also get approval in advance.

You can now visit the parks in Ontario for free by Borrowing day licenses from participating Ontario libraries.

Geocache hunting

Discover the manyGeocaches distributed throughout the city. If you find geocaching a challenge, give geocaching a try in winter! This family friendly activity uses a mobile app or GPS device. Check out the trails that are great for having fun Geocaching routes.

Enjoy a walk

Waterloo Park is open every day. Take a picnic or enjoy a quiet stroll. Maintain physical distance. details

Daily | 6:00 a.m. – 11:00 p.m.

Waterloo Park, 50 Young Street West, Waterloo
Free parking is available at the Young Street West and Westmount Road North park entrances. Follow the streets into the park and look for the signs. Free three-hour on-street parking is also available on Father David Bauer Drive.

Chef Rob’s Father’s Day BBQ Market Kit

Meet Chef Rob at Kitchener Market and grab a special grill set for Father’s Day! This deluxe kit contains everything you need for a BBQ dinner at home while supporting local KW businesses at the same time! Each set includes steaks and chops from Charles Quality Meats, cured meats from Finest Meats and Sausage, seafood from Caudle’s Catch, Bast Cheese and Mickey McGuire’s Cheese, salads from Almadina Cuisine and Naranj Blossom, grilled potatoes from Gmach Gardens, mushrooms from Shrooms, and a Father’s Day beer and a gift box from TWB Brewing. Each set contains ingredients for a family of four to cook together. details

Collection on Saturday, June 19th | between 11:00 am and 1:00 pm

Marketplace on the upper level of Kitchener Market, 300 King St E, Kitchener

$ 125; Registration is limited.

Paint Nite

Get creative with Virtual Paint Nite this weekend. Browse through the many pictures, choose what you like, get your supplies and get started! details

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$ 15

Plan your summer vacation

Now is the time to start planning your Ontario summer vacation. Gather your family and plan what you will do this summer.

Do you plan to camp in either provincial parks or national parks (Reservations open) and Plan your Ontario adventure.

For more information, see Discover Ontario


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