Mother’s Day is coming this weekend, and it can be difficult to think of a way to treat moms. Whether you want to get her something she will use all the time or a surprise to make a special memory, don’t overthink it, it’ll only make it even harder. Here are some ideas, all of them easy to find in Bronte Village.
A recent study asks small retail businesses “Do you know what the busiest shopping hours are out of the whole week?
Between 12:00 PM and 4:00 PM on weekends. According to the Simmons Market Research Bureau, 11% of people are out shopping during that time and this doesn’t include your tourists.
The Bronte Village BIA was thrilled to receive an overwhelming response to its call for submissions to paint a Muskoka chair for the At Home in Bronte, Perspectives & Reflections public art initiative. Local families, artists, businesses and charitable organizations answered the BIA’s call to submit unique and creative designs for a chair that conveys their perspective on Canada’s and Ontario’s history in Oakville, and celebrates the diversity of this community.
We are currently looking for Volunteers for Oakville’s Canada Day. Volunteers would be providing assistance with programming and logistical operations, and offering hospitality to our guests in areas such as Bronte BIA Hospitality Booth (Information and Merchandise), Vendor check-in, parking, performer check-in and liaison, set-up, tear-down, and more. Please contact us to discuss options!
Volunteering is a great way to give back to your community. It puts you in the center of things and gives you the ability to really make a difference and meet great people with the same vision…a vibrant, beautiful, and very livable Bronte Village community.
The Bronte Heritage Trail and Canada 150 Mobile Exhibit is a new project designed to bring Bronte Village’s history to life with location based content, e-beacons and interpretive signage, to highlight the unique roots of this community, and promote Canada’s 150th year of confederation.
It is that time of the year again; we are now accepting applications from marketers and vendors who wish to participate in Oakville’s Canada Day.
This promises to be a blockbuster year for all Canadians.
Oakville’s Canada Day is a 1-day event that will take place in beautiful Bronte Heritage Park on Saturday, July 1st, 2017. For over a decade, we have hosted one of the best Canada Day celebrations and this year will be no exception.
Ontario Tourism Culture and Sport Minister Eleanor McMahon has just announced that Bronte BIA is one of 367 organizations across the province to receive funding under the Ontario 150 Community Celebration Program. She notes that “2017 marks a once-in-a-generation chance to celebrate who we are and share our dreams for the next 150 years. This celebratory year will be a time of excitement and inspiration and it will be a chance for the province, as a founding member and leader in Confederation, to engage all Ontarians and play a leading role in commemorating and celebrating the 150th anniversary of Canada”.
Get creative in Bronte! Paint a masterpiece at Paint by the Lake, an outdoor painting challenge event that invites the community to paint the beauty in Oakville. Paint The Lake, in partnership with the Bronte Lake Walk, is an opportunity for Oakvillians to explore the outdoors while getting creative by painting a scene in one of Bronte Heritage Park’s scenic landscapes. Return your painting at the end of the day to be entered into the Paint The Lake Painting Contest, to win awards and prizes.