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.

Maple Syrup Fesitval, Delta Ontario
Delta Fair, Delta Ontario
Old Bastards Motorcycle Rally, Delta Ontario

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

2020 Festival Brochure can be found HERE.

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

Festival of Small Halls, Delta Ontario
Delta Harvest Festival, Delta Ontario
Celebrate the Season, Delta Ontario
Looking forward to 2021!
Looking forward to 2021!

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 opens its doors for an unforgettable night of music by Redhill Valleys (tickets here) and food (reserve dinner tickets at dodeltaontario@gmail.com).

Some of Canada’s best musicians will step off the big stage and hit the scenic back roads. Website

This is a nationally recognized Culture Days event. 

Take a step back in time with the Delta Harvest Festival. Start the day off with Harvest Breakfast at the Delta United Church from 8 to 10. Then take a tour of the Old Stone Mill, check out the local food and craft vendors, view the blacksmith plying his trade, listen to live music.  Lots of other community activities throughout the village.

Attend the free will donation poetry reading by T. Anders Carson, International award winner and John Brantingham, Poet Laureate of the Sequoia National Park at 7pm in the Old Town Hall.  Dinner at 5:30 ($15.00) reservations at dodeltaontario@gmail.com in support of the Delta Mill and Old Town Hall.


For more details, visit the Website



BUT, there will be a Christmas / Holiday Storytelling Walk through the village on December 5th at 4pm and December 12th at 4pm and 7pm.

COVID protocols will be in place.