Summer in The North: Sudbury 2019
Welcome to Sudbury, the largest city in Northern Ontario. Home to both Collège Boréal and Cambrian College and a summer jammed pack full of events and attractions to keep your entertained and engaged. Explore the world of science by visiting Science North and Dynamic Earth, see the iconic Big Nickel, enjoy a round of golf, and try the many fantastic restaurants, bars and pubs that line the downtown core.
Northern Lights Festival Boréal July 4 – 7
The Northern Lights Festival is the longest running outdoor music festival in Canada. The 2019 line up includes Sam Roberts, K’naan, and Bedouin Soundclash just to name a few. While you’re there why not plan a visit to the music department at Cambrian College? Come and feel inspired by the festival and then explore your own music dreams at Cambrian College.
Dragon Boat Festival – July 13
The Sudbury Dragon Boat Festival has been making waves in the area for 20 years! The event strives to enrich the community through sharing the Chinese tradition of Dragon Boat Racing while fundraising for local initiatives and charities. This year’s charity of choice is the NEO Kids Foundation.
Blueberry Festival – July 14 – 21
The Greater Sudbury 35th Annual Blueberry Festival is the best way to have a blue day! Enjoy freshly made blueberry pancakes, join the blueberry pie eating contest, and many more events for the entire family.
Sudbury Poutine Fest – August 23 – 25
It’s time to double down on your Canadian identity by attending the 2019 Sudbury Poutine Fest. Experience a full line-up of over 35 poutine varieties from breakfast poutine, deep fried pickle poutine, pierogi poutine, just as a start! Also enjoy sweet treats, live music, and much more.