Calendar of Events for Perth Ontario.

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JANUARY
Jan 1Polar Bear Plunge call (613) 267-1916
FEBRUARY
MARCH
Mar 1-21Museums Alive in Lanark County call (613) 267-1947
APRIL
Apr 1-30Spring Art Show and Sale call (613) 267-1947
Apr 24Festival of the Maples
MAY
May 5-31The Music Makers call (613) 267-1947
May 8Perth Farmers' Market OPENS for season. call (613) 267-4300
May 21Tay/Rideau Canal and Locks open call (613) 283-5170 or 1-800-230-0016
JUNE
June 198th Annual Perth Kidfish 2004, Rain or Shine! call (613) 259-5465
JULY
July 1Canada Day Celebrations Conlon Farm - children's activities, barbecue, fireworks. Call (613) 267-3311
July 9-11Ontario Family Fishing Weekend During this weekend you can fish licence-free on any lake or river in Ontario. Sponsored in part by the Ontario government. Call 1-800-667-1940
July 23-25Stewart Park Festival
AUGUST
Apr 28-29Silver Lake Pow Wow Silver Lake Pow Wow is a gathering of Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal people celebrating their traditional heritage through dancing, singing and drumming. Local Aboriginal artisans and crafts people display and sell their crafts. For more information contact Silver Lake Provincial Park at (613) 268-2000
Aug 26Drive-In Theatre Cruise Night Port Elmsley Drive-In. Car show is at 6 p.m. Movie at 9 p.m. (dark). $5.00/car load. Proceeds go to the Shrine Children's Hospital. Hosted by the Tay Touring Club. For further information contact (613) 264-0750
SEPTEMBER
Sept 3-6159th Perth Fair
Sept 18-30From the Hand of Man An exhibition of 19th century handmade tools and folk art at the Perth Museum. For further information contact (613) 267-1947
OCTOBER
Oct. 9Thanksgiving Harvest Perth Farmers' Market closing day
Oct. 13Closing of the Tay/Rideau Canal and Locks. Navigation closes for the boating season.
Oct. 16Harvest Festival Noon to 4p.m. Demonstrations in the Perth Museum kitchen. In conjunction with Pumpkinfest. For further information contact (613) 267-1947
NOVEMBER
DECEMBER
Dec 2Festival of the Lights Fireworks, music, horse-drawn trolley rides and a tree lighting ceremony at the Tay Basin. Free.
Dec 2Santa Claus Parade. Parade time 5 p.m
Dec 4Victorian Christmas Noon to 5p.m. Open house at the Perth Museum, featuring hot cider and cookies. The Museum is decorated for a Victorian Christmas until December 31. For further information contact (613) 267-1947
 
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