Schedule of Events

Our 2022 Schedule of Events:

Saturday, August 6:

Time:  Location: Event:
7–11 am Winchester Fire Hall Fire Department Pancake Breakfast
8 am Arena Pavilion Dairy Dash ($10/2km or $20/5km registration)
9–9:15 am Sweet Corner Park Opening Ceremonies
All Day Ball Diamond Softball Tournament (FREE to watch)
9 am–4 pm Downtown Sweet Corner Street Market (Sidewalk Sale)
9 am–4 pm Downtown Inflatable Mechanical Bull – FREE
9 am–4 pm Downtown Southgate Church Inflatable Obstacle Course – FREE
9:15–10:15 am Sweet Corner Park The Low Keys (music)
10:30–11:30 am Sweet Corner Park Cory Coons (music)
11 am–4 pm Downtown Airbrush Tattoos – FREE
11:45 am–12:30 pm Sweet Corner Park Zumba with Leanne Leader – FREE

12:45–1:45 pm

Sweet Corner Park Junkyard Symphony (music)
2–4 pm Sweet Corner Park Josh MacFarlane Band (music)
10 am–4 pm Starting at arena Tractor Parade
4–10 pm Downtown Julie Balloonie – FREE
11 am–4 pm Legion and Sweet Corner Park Beer Garden
8:30 pm–1 am Sam Ault Arena Ken Workman Band and Darkspeed – $21.95 per person. Buy tickets


Sunday, August 7:

Time:  Location: Event:
All Day Ball Diamond Softball Tournament – FREE to watch
 10 am–4 pm 100 Club Park Fire Department Games
10 am–4 pm Sam Ault Arena LEGO Car Races
10 am–4 pm Sam Ault Arena Remote Control Mario Kart
10 am–4 pm 100 Club Park Julie Balloonie
10 am–4 pm Behind Fire Station Dairy Triathlon
10 am–4 pm 100 Club Park Zoo Crew Petting Zoo
10 am–4 pm Kids Zone (100 Club Park) Large Bounce Inflatables
Obstacle Course
Rock Wall
Inflatable Alien Invasion
Inflatable Hooley Ball
Inflatable Hoops
Inflatable Soccer
10 am–4 pm Behind Arena Showcase:
Therien Martial Arts
SDG Highland Dance
Ashley Thomas School of Dance
Winchester Skating Club
10 am–12 pm Winchester Centennial Pool Open Swim & Biggest Splash Competition
11 am–4 pm Pavilion Hey Buster (music)
11 am–4 pm Pavilion Julie Balloonie
12–1 pm Winchester Tractor Parade
12–1 pm Pavilion The Longest Moo! – Contest
1–4 pm Pavillion Sons of Gord (music)

Our Musical Entertainment Lineup

The Low Keys

Formed in 2021 by Dave Tettmar and Laura Greenberg, and based out of Chesterville, ON, The Low Keys play blues, rock, soul and more; from the Beatles, to Jerry Lee Lewis, to Oasis.

On Keys and vocals, Dave, originally from the UK, is an award winning musician with over 20 years experience touring internationally.

Laura, two-time winner of the Maple Blues Award for Bassist of the Year, and featured on the cover of Bass Player Magazine in 2021, plays bass and adds harmonies.

Cory Coons

Cory M. Coons is a professional independent performer, musician and award winning & nominated songwriter.

With 30 years of performing and working in music, growing up in South Mountain,  just south of Ottawa, he has been passionate about music since his early teens.

Ken Workman

A Chesterville, Ontario, resident, Ken Workman was raised on the vinyl sounds of roots. He began singing at age 11 in a choir, and quickly fell in love with music and wanted to learn more.

He picked up his first guitar at age 15 and enrolled in lessons. Even after the removal of part of his lung at 17, Ken never lost his desire to sing. Having only one lung has never slowed him down to this day.

A true roots-rock experience with a hint of pop, his live show demonstrates dynamics that can reduce a room to silence or fill a dance floor by exploding with a driving beat.

Dark Speed

DarkSpeed came together as a band in Ottawa, Ontario, in September of 2016.

Our combined interests led immediately to an ever-growing repertoire of classic rock music and songs that span six decades, with a penchant towards prog, psychedelic and art rock.

Hey Buster

Ottawa Muppet Musicians, Buster and Nosey sing fun songs like Stinky Feet and Boogers, Boogers, Boogers.

A fun time for all ages, particularly the younger ones!

Sons of Gord

The Sons of Gord are Eastern-Ontario’s teen heart-throbs.

Brothers Conor, Liam, and Gavin Veinotte are the core members of the group, and have been playing together for as long as they can remember! Playing eight instruments between the three of them, the boys suffer from no shortage of musical inspiration—something that is obvious in both their original recordings and live performances.

The boy’s most recent project is an EP released under eldest brother Conor’s name, titled 4 Years Later. The original collection of songs were written by Conor, arranged by the band, and was Conor’s final project for his Bachelor of Music degree from Carleton University.