Spring Events In Niagara on the Lake

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Spring events at Niagara on the Lake encourage visitors to gear up for a summer filled with music, epic theatre, and delicious food.

The Shaw Festival – Dress Rehearsals

Join the friends of the Shaw Festival for a night of heroism and tragedy at the dress rehearsal of Bernard Shaw’s classic play “St. Joan.” Biographer Michael Holroyd described the piece as “a tragedy without villains.” It’s a thought-provoking work based on the trials of Joan of Arc as interpreted through the eyes of one of the 20th century’s greatest playwrights. read more

The Fruit Festivals in Niagara on the Lake

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You may think of wine and grapes when you think of Niagara on the Lake, but the Niagara region is also widely recognized for its fresh fruit production. The orchards throughout this area are responsible for producing some of the sweetest and freshest fruit available in Ontario. Locals take great pride in their superior produce and are eager to share it with visitors to the region. When you visit Niagara on the Lake, you are in for a real treat when it comes to enjoying these local gems.  When you explore Niagara this summer, come and take advantage of the quaint and delicious fruit festivals that are held throughout the warmer months. You will have the chance to sample some of the best fruit in the area and learn more about the Niagara fruit-producing region. There is no shortage of amazing food or interesting entertainment in the Niagara on the Lake during these well-attended and fun summer fruit festivals. 
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BRAVO! Niagara Festival of the Arts 2017

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Many people travel to the Niagara Region every year for the Bravo Niagara! Festival of the Arts. If you are planning to enjoy this multi-sensory experience where you can celebrate visual arts and live entertainment, you will be pleased with this year’s lineup. BRAVO! Niagara! is a non-profit organization founded in 2004, and its goal is to define Niagara on the Lake as a premier location for innovative artistic performances, as well as use the Arts to share the rich history of the region. Previous performers include James Ehnes, a 9-time JUNO winner and one of the world’s greatest violinists, and Molly Johnson, a virtual icon in the arena of Canadian jazz. This year’s line-up is just as impressive, and includes the following performers: read more