Fort Malden offers a March Break itinerary for children with special programming each day!
Explore the Park House Museum and participate in our wonderful children's program.
Children LOVE this annual event where they hunt for chocolate Easter Eggs.
Enjoy a two hour informative and entertaining walkabout and canoe trip on River Canard.
An evening of original poetry, music and storytelling. Hosted at the Downtown Espresso Cafe.
Enjoy all the great local products produced by local farmers and businesses. While at the market take time to visit the adjoining Doll Museum.
A large annual event.
Visit beautiful gardens and the legendary Kings Navy Yard Park.
Sip into Summer, "A Taste of Place," is a celebration of award winning wines, local culinary delights and music.
Visit Sprucewood Shores EVERY Sunday and enjoy live entertainment on the patio overlooking beautiful Lake Erie or nestled in the vineyard.
This is a Rotary Club of Amherstburg's annual "Beef in the Burg" fundraiser.
The North American Black Historic Museum welcomes all to experience an evening of jazz music and delicious ribs and chicken catered by Smoke and Spice.
An Amherstburg Fire Department tournament to raise funds which gives back to the community via bursaries at the local high schools and other worthy cases.
Essex Region's first multi-sport adventure race that will include cycling, trekking, orienteering, paddling and obstacles.
Spend an evening in the barn while enjoying this season's feature performance of "The Legend of Go-Nu-Shu-Mystical Canoe of the River Canard."
Celebrate our Nation's birthday at the National Historic Site of Fort Malden.
This is a 5k run or walk that kicks off the Canada Day Celebrations at Fort Malden National Historic Site.
The Park House is commemorating the 100th Anniversary of World War One with a temporary exhibit that will feature original uniforms, artifacts and local history.
Food, entertainment, rides, children's activities, a licensed area and best of all....mouthwatering racks of ribs! All proceeds support Amherstburg Rotary projects.
Join the Park House Museum on Sundays in July and August and participate in a new Victoria Era activity each week.
A community festival at the Verdi Club with live entertainment and Italian cuisine, sporting events, family fun and kids activities.
Amherstburg showcases the most magnificent line up of collectible cars from various eras.
Spend an evening in the barn enjoying the performance of "Adventures in Dating."
Come to Fort Malden National Historic Site to see Canadian Soldiers from the First World War plus 2000 years of military history as we take you from Romans to Redcoats and beyond.
Woofa-Roo Pet Fest is returning with a full line-up of pet events, shows, specialty vendors and our fantastic adoption corner.
Join us in all the splendor of King's Navy Yard Park overlooking the Detroit River, while the Windsor Symphony ensemble entertains.
Witness the province's finest athletes in the 55+ age category, as they engage in 18 events over two days of competition.
Join over 150 topnotch artists and artisans in Amherstburg at Art by the River, Essex County's original arts and crafts festival.
Participate in a 5k walk or run at the beautiful Holiday Beach Conservation Area.
A perfect blend of regional wines, fine cuisine and an eclectic mix of live entertainment on the magnificent waterfront ground of Fort Malden National Historic Sit of Canada.
Enjoy superior entertainment in the intimate venue of Fort Malden all the while enjoying the region's wineries.
On this day of the Shores of Erie Wine Festival guest sommelier speakers, wine maker walks, culinary demonstrations and wine tastings are all on the schedule.
See migrating hawks with Holiday Beach Migration Observatory's experts on the tower at Canada's number one hawk watching site.
An annual event honouring all of our veterans at Amhestburg's Royal Canadian Legion.
This is a health expo that coincides with the World Alzheimer's Run for Heroes Marathon.
The World Alzheimer's Day "Run for Heroes" Marathon is Canada's most southern Boston Qualifying Marathon, 18% qualified for Boston this year. 51% PB on our course!
Listen to the gruesome tales, mysterious happenings and scary events that have occurred all around us as we travel through cemeteries and paddle along the river.
How was Halloween celebrated in the Victorian Amherstburg? We would love to show you Cooking demonstrations, activities, storytelling and much more!
This spooktacular admission-FREE event is a family fun day geared towards children (young and old) and their families, full of games, crafts, face painting, rides, costume and colouring contests, pumpkin carving and scarecrow parade and much more!
"Spirits of Amherstburg" will walk you through the Navy Yard and weave tales from the local past. Along with these stories, will be a new central theme: Tales from that notoriously haunted avenue - Texas Road!
This is a family holiday favourite, where first time run participants receive a full Santa Suit to run or walk in. Over 500 santas participate and the spirit of the holidays fills the air with excitement!
Step into a Christmas card from the past. With over 200 displays, the lighting of the municipal tree int he olde towne square kicks off the festivities.
Sprucewood Shores will be hosting a Holiday Fair every Sunday afternoon, featuring: Explore our local farmers' and artisans' products.
Eclectic homes and spaces are transformed by area decorators and businesses.
Taste a selection of homemade soups, each heart-fully hand crafted by our staff and their families for you to enjoy while listening to live music and partaking in FREE wine tastings.
The Park House Museum will celebrate in true Victorian fashion with activities, food, games, music and more.
This holiday tradition features a musical performance and storytelling presentation in the Nazrey Church, a National Historic Site.
9/12/2013On Saturday, September 28, in conjunction with national Culture Days weekend, Amherstburg will present Doors Open 2013 from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. read more
5/31/2013Stephen DeMarco, grant review team member with the Ontario Trillium Foundation, announced a grant of $20,000 to produce and print the boarding passes. The announcement was made during a press conference in the Commissariat Friday morning. read more