Santa Claus Parades in Durham Region
Bowmanville Santa Claus Parade, Saturday November 16th, 10:30am
Beaverton Santa Claus Parade, Friday November 15th 7:00 pm
Oshawa’s Bright and Merry Market Friday November 15th & Saturday November 16 various times
Newcastle Santa Claus Parade, Sunday November 17th 5:30pm
Uxbridge Santa Claus Parade, Saturday November 16th, 11:00am
Oshawa Santa Claus Parade, Saturday November 16th, 6:00pm
Toronto Santa Claus Parade, Sunday November 17th, 12:30pm
Durham Region Events
Get a FREE game of Tactical Laser Tag at Battle City Laser Tag in Oshawa on Saturday, November 16th (4PM-10PM). Battle City is on the parade route. Stop by and give Durham’s Premium Laser Tag a try. First come, first served. No reservations available. One game per guest.
On Saturday November 16, Station Gallery in Whitby is hosting a Holiday Market. Shop from local makers and artisans while enjoying a fun, holiday atmosphere at Station Gallery. Vendors will be selling pottery, holiday treats, wreaths, bath & body products, wood tables, charcuterie boards, paintings, prints, stickers, and more! Get your tickets here: https://www.stationgallery.ca/product/holiday-market-tickets/ Tickets will be available at the door on Saturday for $5. Bring cash to avoid the line up!
The Pine Ridge Railroaders are hosting their annual Train Show on Saturday November 16th 10:00am – 4:00pm and Sunday November 17th 10:00am – 4:00pm. Admission: Adults 7.00 Children under 14 3.00 under 5 FREE. Cash only.
The Tribute Communities Centre is hosting the Paw Patrol! Come roll with the PAW Patrol as everybody’s favorite heroic pups race to the rescue on the day of the Great Adventure Bay Race. When Mayor Goodway goes missing, Chase, Marshall, Skye and the rest of the PAW Patrol will need to team up with Ryder to save Adventure Bay’s mayor and stop Foggy Bottom’s Mayor Humdinger from winning the race. November 16 & 17.
On Saturday, November 16, join Ontario Tech University’s Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at its 14th-annual high school Engineering Robotics Competition. More than 50 teams of students have worked hard to design, build and program Sumo-bots using a LEGO Mindstorm kit. The teams have combined their skills in science, technology, engineering and mathematics to give their robot the best chance to be a champion. Months of work culminate at this event, where the teams battle in a ‘sumo-style’ competition. The autonomous robots have to push each other out of a competition ring with no human control. The last robot standing is dubbed ‘king of the hill’. Find all event details and schedule here.