The city of Hamilton is situated at the southwest end of Lake Ontario. First visited in 1669, real settlement began with the arrival of Loyalists in 1778. The city became a port and rail hub with the opening of the Burlington Canal in 1830, which linked Hamilton to Lake Ontario. Home to Canada's principal steel-producing companies, Hamilton's landlocked harbor handles the third largest tonnage in water traffic in the country. Hamilton offers concerts, performing arts, an orchestra, and an opera. Naturalists, bird watchers, and hikers can enjoy the Bruce Trail, an ecologically sensitive trail system in a pristine setting, which cuts through Hamilton. Outdoor recreation includes boating, fishing, swimming, and harness racing.
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Restaurants, Cafes, Delis, Bakeries Indian Garden Restaurant | Lakeport Beverage Corporation | The Staircase |
Motels, Hotels and Resorts Clappison Inn | Pines Motel |
Residential and Commercial Real Estate Castellano Real Estate |
Shopping Hamilton Central Market | House Of Floral Designs | Russell's Flower Shop | Sinkin' Ink Tattoos | Unha's Flowers |
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11/29 Coming to The Hamilton area
Buffalo Greek Fest Buffalo NY May31-June2 Acquaint yourselves with our Greek Orthodox Church. Step into our culture and experience the sights, sounds and tastes of the birthplace of democracy – Greece. Enjoy the Greek food, feel the rhythm of the music, and dance a little!
Scandinavian Folk Festival Gerry NY July19-21 Swedish Food Every Day, Expanded Lecture Program, Feature Length Swedish Movies (with English subtitles), A Celebration of Hans Christian Anderson.
Sorrento Cheese Buffalo Italian Heritage Festival Buffalo NY August1-4 Cultural demonstrations including Tarantella Italian street dancers, Grape Stomping contests, Sicilian puppet shows. Second largest Italian street festival in the country.