Swing Under the Stars at Parkwood


  • samedi, 09 juin 2018 de 8:00 Après-midi à 11:59 Après-midi (HAE)
  • Parkwood National Historic Site 270 Simcoe Street N , Oshawa, ON L1G 4T5

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The Mood Swing Band will transport you back to the 1940s at our post Aquino Weekend (Tank Museum Event) social evening with Five Paddles Brewery hosting the cash beer tent, while wine can be purchased for the non-beer drinkers

Light refreshments  (there's a ration on folks) will be available to munch on!

Sam and Adelaide McLaughlin hosted a variety of social events through WWII, most with the goal to raise funds for a particular war related or home front project! This event pays homage to their community work.


Saturday, June 9 from 8:00pm to midnight  

$50 per person (tax included)                      

Ticket includes light refreshments; and evening program under the marquee  

Beer and wine will be available for purchase at $5.00/glass

The beer, provided by Five Paddles Brewing Co, who will be attending the event is a classic English Bitter.  A rich, nutty chewy malt flavour ale with an abundance of floral English hops providing a pleasant bitterness. Full of flavour but low in ABV so you can still dance the night away.

There is very limited parking available on site, however there is ample over flow parking across the street (Simcoe Street) at O'Neil High School.

For those coming in period attire, as a public attraction, we request NO AXIS forces uniforms.

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Parkwood National Historic Site 270 Simcoe Street N
Oshawa, ON L1G 4T5

9 juin 2018
samedi, 9 juin 2018 8:00 Après-midi (HAE)


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The purpose of The Parkwood Foundation is to preserve the Parkwood Estate, and to operate this national historic site as a museum and heritage garden for the education and enjoyment of all Canadians and visitors, to foster an understanding and appreciation of Parkwood’s architectural and landscape architectural features, its collection of art and furniture, and of the life, times and accomplishments of R. S. McLaughlin one of Canada’s foremost industrialists and philanthropists.