Auntie Jo’s Kettle Corn is made from only the freshest ingredients, corn, 100 % pure corn oil, cane sugar and sea salt. It’s delicious and nutritious, high in fibre with no trans-fats, no gluten, no dairy, no nuts and 100% satisfying. No more waiting for the fair to come to town, Auntie Jo’s Kettle Corn keeps the fun going all year round.
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Auntie Jo’s Kettle Corn can be found at fairs, festivals and your private party. Just call us at 416-731-8239 to book or visit us at the events listed below:
The Festival is a great way to connect with community members, learn more about local organizations, support local businesses, get fresh air and exercise while enjoying the sights, sounds, smells and shopping on the street!
Discover a wide variety of vendors including Auntie Jo's, showcasing amazing products & services, special festival deals, giveaways and more. Parking & admission are always free.
Teaming up with The Newmarket Car Club with their annual Main Street Car Show and now adding Riverwalk Commons! Making this Festival an event for the whole family!
Vendors of all sorts including Auntie Jo's Kettle Corn!
York Pride Parade has grown to a bustling extravaganza of over 50 groups showcasing the many supporters of diversity in one of Canada's most vibrant and inclusive regions.
The day’s celebrations will culminate with Pride on Riverwalk, hosting live performances, activities for all ages and a grand firework display at Riverwalk Commons in Newmarket.
Join the fun at Canada Day Main Street! Followed by Fireworks at George Richardson Park (off Bayview Parkway)
The Town of East Gwillimbury hosts Music at Civic Square concert series every other Tuesday in July from 7 to 9 p.m. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket and your dancing shoes.
Enjoy our Summer Concert Series!
The Town of East Gwillimbury hosts Music at Civic Square concert series every other Tuesday in August from 7 to 9 p.m. Bring a lawn chair or a blanket and your dancing shoes.
Enjoy our Summer Concert Series!
July 21st 2018 celebrate the 11th year of the BIG on Bloor Festival of Arts and Culture from Dufferin to Lansdowne along car-free Bloor Street, and until July 28th at various locations in the neighbourhood.
Celebrates arts, culture, community & small business with a unique community and city-building festival featuring hundreds of events, activities and exhibitions!
On May 25th - May 27th, 2018, the 14th Annual spring line-up will present live bands from a variety of genres. FREE ADMISSION BIG 101.1 AND 93.1 FRESH RADIO.
For your added enjoyment, free outdoor entertainment will be brought to the table: street buskers, a midway with rides, face painting, street vendors, fresh food, treats, contests and food trucks.
The FREE Alliston Potato Festival has been selected for a consecutive number of years as one of the Top 100 Festivals to visit in Ontario!
We will bring back some of our favourites like the Baby Show, the Pine Block Car Races, the magic show, the poker night and of our famous parade on the Friday night.
"The World's Greatest Carrot Festival!" Carrot Fest takes place on the streets of downtown Bradford. You will find a street market, with over 300 vendors, Ontario DockDogs Association Competition, Pro Wrestling, CarrotFast 5km Charity Run, Gable Bros. Midway, inflatable amusement rides, main stage, strolling entertainment, buskers, music, and Auntie Jo's!
The Cabbagetown Festival will kick off with exhilarating opening ceremonies, have loads of things for the kids to do, entertain all ages with music and more and end with a closing surprise you will be itching to take part in. Bring your family and friends and do not forget to share your experience on social media using #CabbagetownFestival.
For 41 years the Thornhill Village Festival has been a traditional Street Festival. However with changing times and changing traffic volumes, the Thornhill Village Festival Committee has decided on two exciting changes in 2018.
The Thornhill Village Cultural Festival will be held in the large Thornhill Park, located just off Old Yonge Street, still in the heart of Old Thornhill.
Are you a soup lover? If so, this is the place you need to be! Come join us for the Holland Marsh Soupfest to sip and savour over 30 delicious soups prepared by some of the finest chefs from around the Province, using local ingredients.
This event is an exciting initiative to ensure everyone knows that the Holland Marsh is Canada’s soup (and salad) bowl.