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It’s not too late to catch the Pan Am spirit

Pan Am excitement is still going strong in Hamilton Halton Brant. Here are just a few of the fun ways you can experience Pan Am in the days ahead. For a complete list of Pan Am events and offers, click here.
 
On July 24 – 26 Burlington’s Royal Botanical Gardens will shine the spotlight on South America with a Panorama weekend that includes South American music and cuisine.  Learn more.
 
On July 25 -26, Hamilton will wrap up Pan Am in style at Pier 4 Park with the
Hamilton Waterfront Pan AM Cultural Showcase. This free two-day closing festival will feature high profile international and world-renowned local musicians, dance troupes, art displays and performance groups.  Gather with the community to watch the final Pan Am sporting events, enriched with entertainment on a large stage. There will be food trucks on site as well as arts and craft vendors. The festivities will conclude with a bang thanks to a spectacular firework show. Learn more.
 
On August 3, Burlington’s annual Joseph Brant Day Festival at La Salle Park will have a special Pan Am Games Celebration. Celebrate the legacy of one of the area’s most famous original settlers, Joseph Brant and catch the captivating Beshano Bike Trials, coming all the way from Montreal. Local sport organizations will keep guests in motion with fun games all day. Learn more.
 
The Pan Am fun continues through August with  Parapan Am cycling events in Milton on August 10, August 11 and August 13


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