Free & Cheap Things to do in Oshawa July 11 – 12

famil dayTake a break from watching Pan Am sports, because this weekend’s Free & Cheap is all about the arts: 

Saturday, July 11

The Driftwood Theatre Bard’s Bus Tour production of Hamlet rolls into Parkwood Estate!  This outdoor theatre experience is pay-what-you-can, with a suggested ticket price of $20.  The play starts at 7:30 pm, and will go on rain or shine, so dress for the weather.  Shakespeare and theatre buffs can enjoy a pre-show Shakespearience with artistic director D. Jeremy Smith at 6:45 pm in the Parkwood Arbour.  Location:  270 Simcoe Street North.  Time:  7:30 pm. Cost:  pay-what-you-can.

Sunday, July 12

It’s OPG Second Sundays at the Robert McLaughlin Gallery, so bring the kids for Pan Am Games-themed artistic fun! While you’re there, take part in a free guided tour of the gallery, starting at 2 pm and running daily during the Pan Am Games. Location:  72 Queen Street.  Time:  1 pm to 3 pm.  Cost:  FREE.

Day Trip

Head to the Harbourfront Centre in Toronto between July 10 and August 16, 2015 and experience the best of Ontario during the TORONTO 2015 Pan Am/Parapan Am Games at the Ontario Celebration Zone! For families seeking kid-friendly activities, Ontario’s Celebration Zone has a jam-packed schedule of circus acrobats, children’s theatre, hands-on science adventures, super dog shows and so much more. Kids of all ages can try out the coolest toys from Ontario’s digital media sector or take part in multi-player gaming tournaments featuring Ontario’s latest video games. The Best of Ontario. All in One Place. One Epic Celebration.  Location:  235 Queens Quay West.  Time:  10 am to 10 pm.  Cost:  FREE.

Did we miss your free or cheap event?  Let us know!

Leave a Reply