The BDBA is proud to launch their new fall event, Falling for Burlington Downtown. The changing of the seasons is truly a magical thing to see, and the BDBA is inviting you to enjoy it all! Residents and visitors alike are welcomed into Burlington Downtown for a homespun, captivating, and interactive fall experience.
“There is so much about the fall season to celebrate and have fun with, and we’re incredibly excited to be able to share those experiences with our community” says Alison Policicchio, Marketing Manager for the BDBA, adding “Whether it’s indulging in fall drinks and treats, shopping for all things warm and cozy or enjoying games with family and friends, there is something for everyone at Falling for Burlington Downtown.”
Guests of this free community event will be able to indulge in delicious BBQ at the Elgin Promenade West. Live music accompanies the cool breeze and crunching of leaves underfoot. Planning on bringing littles ones as well? Burlington Downtown has you covered with game stations, face painting, kids pedal-car course and pumpkin crafting.
Take part in the interactive “What I’m Grateful For” animation. Snap a few picture memories in a life-sized photo frame. Sip and recharge with warm and cozy hot chocolate and mini doughnuts. Take a moment to learn about the importance of the season through story telling with WhiteEagle. There truly is something for everyone across the Promenade from Village Square to Brant Street.
The Presenting Sponsor for this flagship event is Creature Comforts Hvac Inc. Owners Dale & Grant Gray have been proudly keeping Burlington comfortable since 2010.
“We’re honoured to be able to work with this community, partnering with some amazing local downtown businesses for this event. As brothers growing up in Burlington, it brings back all sorts of childhood memories for us.” says Dale Gray. “From playing in the leaves and picking pumpkins, to enjoying all the fall food and drinks. It really reminds us of how nice it is to be able to share those moments with family and friends. There’s going to be lots of fun stuff like face painting and pumpkin decorating, live music, games, pedal cars for kids, happy hour for adults and really good food. We look forward to joining you and your family as we welcome fall to the Downtown!”