Kingsville's 44th Annual
Migration Festival
October 18, 19 & 20, 201
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CELEBRATING "THE ART OF MIGRATION"



Jack Miner


Opening Ceremonies


Lakeside Park Events


Festival Parade
 

Art & Photography Competitions


Marketplace


Children's Events


Other Events & Attractions


Sponsorship/Media


Local Links & Accommodations


Contact Us


 

Kingsville invites you to its 44th Annual Migration Festival traditionally held on the third weekend of each October. This year's festivities commence on Friday, October 18, 2013 and continue through Saturday and Sunday, October 19 and 20, 2013.

The Kingsville Migration Festival celebrates migration, heritage and conservation in Kingsville, Ontario. You are invited to join its residents in their quaint historical atmosphere to celebrate the legacy of its' most famous descendant, Jack Miner, whose conservation work with the Canada Goose and other waterfowl and winged creatures is internationally acclaimed. Out theme for 2013 is the "Art of Migration". Enjoy our woodcarving, fine art and fine photography shows. Vote for People's Choice Awards for each. See live raptors, sled dogs, retriever show and more. Bring your children to teh parade then OPP pumpkin carving and meet Clarol the Clown. Enjoy entertainment and food. Buy local specialty goods at the Marketplace

The Town of Kingsville is located on the north shore of Lake Erie, approximately forty minutes by car southeast of the Windsor/Detroit border. Kingsville's population is approximately 21,000.

Join us at Event locations throughout Kingsville with main events at Lakeside Park and Kingsville District High School. Plan your itinerary to see everything! Enjoy Kingsville's hospitality by staying overnight, eating at our restaurants, shopping and enjoying our wineries. Visit our Ecotourism spots.

The website is regularly updated so check back for more information!!
 

VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!

Volunteers play an important role for the Migration Festival. This community event happens every year because of dedicated volunteers like you. If you want to get involved then call our Volunteer organizer, Tara Brown at 519-996-8187.