Funfair 50th Anniversary

Funfair 50th Anniversary

Our Funfair organizing team has been working hard to put together an abundance of activities and events for all to enjoy! Sadly, we were unable to secure rides for this year, so we’ve added on some exciting new attractions in their place! Admission to the

Santa

Santa’s Breakfast

Share some Christmas spirit at the BCA Holiday Breakfast at the Blackburn Community Hall! menu includes pancakes, sausages, fruit salad, tea, coffee, juice boxes $5 per child / $8 per adult Free for BCA members! $10 BCA memberships will be available for purchase onsite. All funds raised will be used for programming right here in

Poetry In The Park

2022 Poetry Party In The Park

Local poetry enthusiasts (aged 10-14) are invited to participate in a special Valentine’s Poetry Party in the Park event on Saturday, February 12, 2022. This outdoor event will feature poetry readings, a scavenger hunt, prizes and refreshments! RSVP by Feb 8th: youth@blackburnhamlet.ca

Rink Volunteers

Outdoor rinks open!

Outdoor skating rinks in Blackburn Hamlet are now open the community! For those of you looking to get outside this holiday season consider checking out our rinks at Norman Johnston School, Bearbrook park or Micohael Budd Park. This year, with the recent spike in COVID

Hockey Day

Hockey Day

Hockey Day in the Hamlet! Looking for a little exercise and an excuse to get rid of the winter blahs? Throw your stick in and come for a skate at Blackburn’s annual Hockey Day in the Hamlet event at the Norman Johnson rink. Enjoy a hot dog, some hot chocolate and camaraderie celebrating Canada’s unofficial

Senior Information Night 2015

Seniors Info Event

Seniors Information Event Our world is changing demographically as the baby boomer generation ages—some 8,000 a day turn 65. To help our local seniors, the Blackburn Community Association organizes and sponsors an annual Seniors Information Event bringing together resource providers and vendors with products geared toward the retired population. Fingers crossed that COVID regulations which

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