If you're looking for a fun family getaway, Delta has no shortage of events throughout the year - including our annual festivals that embrace our history and heritage.
Take part in this over 50 year old tradition by bringing the family out to the Fair Hall for all you can eat pancakes smothered in delicious local maple syrup. First order of pancakes served with sausages. After breakfast, enjoy live music, craft sale, petting zoo, tours of The Old Stone Mill and Fire Hall Museum, and the annual book sale held at The Old Town Hall. Website
Established in 1830, Delta Fair is one of Ontario’s oldest continuously operating agricultural fairs. Spend a weekend packed with entertainment - midway, live music, tractor pull, petting zoo, contests, and more! Website
Originally based in a garage in historic Bastard & South Burgess Township in Delta, the Old Bastards Vintage Motorcycle Club is all about a love of vintage, classic, and antique motorcycles. Held at Lower Beverley Lake Park in Delta, events include bike games, dinner and dance, and the Sunday morning concourse! Website
The Ontario Festival of Small Halls is about sharing a love of music in a beloved place. Brought to you by the Team Behind Bluesfest, the Festival of Small Halls brings exceptional Canadian musicians to small venues across Eastern Ontario. The Old Town Hall in Delta will again open its doors for an unforgettable night of music! We are looking forward to a Christmas Concert - stay tuned for details.
Some of Canada’s best musicians will step off the big stage and hit the scenic back roads. Website
Come and enjoy some music or join us for a pre-concert dinner. Details to follow.
There will be lots of fun and activities during Delta's Harvest Festival.
- Old Stone Mill will be open to the public
- Old Town Hall - washrooms
- Blacksmith Shop
- Delta Fire Hall Museum
- Curbside Farmer's Market & Vendors
-Delta Fair Grounds, craft sale, car show, Jeff Code and the Silver Wings Band and a strolling magic show!
For program guide, visit Old Stone Mill - Delta Harvest Festival (deltamill.org)
After fifteen years of adorning the roadways and campsites within Lower Beverley Lake Park with Christmas lights and decorations galore, the heavy-hearted decision has been made to permanently cancel this annual Christmas celebration.
The Lower Beverley Lake Park Management Board would like to express their sincere appreciation and gratitude to all of the residents who have volunteered at the various partner locations and to all of the patrons who visited the park during the past fifteen years. Special thanks to the following partner organizations and businesses for their endless support: the Delta Agricultural Society, the Delta Beautification Committee, the Delta Mill Society, the Ladies Auxiliary of the Royal Canadian Legion-Delta Branch #207, the Delta United Church, and Willard’s Bakery in Athens.