See you at Central Park on June 3, 2023 between 1:00-3:00pm

100in1Day invites anyone to be part of bringing 100 community engaging activities to Burlington on the same day!  This year, we are using Central Park (2299 New St.) as an activity hub and want to get 100 people to join us in the park between 1:00-3:00pm to see 100in1Day in action. 

The activity hub will be a family friendly space and can include coordinated physical activities like yoga or dance classes, pop up installations or be a meeting spot for a guided tour on foot or wheels. We are looking for community members to join us in activating these hubs!

With your help, we can bring neighbours together to demonstrate that small actions can have BIG change!

Have an idea? Register your activity here.

Intervention Count: 12

Full details of each intervention/activity can be found below:

Earth Circle Meditation with Bamboo Flute
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Join us for a guided meditation for Mother Earth and Spiritual Growth, individual and collective. We will be sending positive energy where needed around the world after a self-realization experience.

Feel free to bring a mat, blanket or chair to sit on. Prepare accordingly for sunny weather (bring a hat).

Listening Bench
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Distress Centre Halton will temporarily decorate a bench with a volunteer ready to listen to anything someone wants to talk about.

Learn About the Greenbelt
1:45pm – 3:00pm

Learn how to protect the greenbelt. Green clothing is encouraged.

Colour the Pathway
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Write inspirational messages or draw some pictures to colour in the pathway at Central Park.

Some sidewalk chalk will be provided. Participants are encouraged to bring their own.

Little Yogis for Movement
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Yoga & mindfulness mini classes to children & families.

Please bring a water bottle, yoga mats, beach towels

Bubbles for Burlington
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Residents of all ages are invited to fill the park with bubbles, smiles, and laughter!

Please bring your own bubble bottles. Some will be provided, while supplies last.

Creative Community Hive
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Crafting for community well-being: we use all kinds of creative tools to connect with and reduce isolation among older adults and seniors and newcomer seniors in our community.

No experience required , just bring your imagination 🙂

Plant Swap
1:30pm – 3:00pm

Come planting season, many backyard gardeners who start plants early realize they might have an extra of one plant but not enough of another. If all the gardeners meet up to exchange their extra plants, they can work together to fill in each others’ gardens!

Please label your plants and have them potted in containers that you also plan to trade away. A donation of a food item to The Burlington Food Bank is suggested but not required for participation in this event. All leftover plants that do not go home with anyone will be planted in The Burlington Food Bank’s Community Garden.

Central Community Garden – Open to Visitors
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Curious about growing your own veggies in a community garden? Come visit the Central Park community garden (just across from the ball diamond at the top of Teen Tour Way) which will be open to visitors. Learn about how to apply for the 2024 season, various locations across Burlington, or compare methods of growing.

KooGle Theatre Student production of the musical Godspell
2:00pm – 3:00pm

Come and enjoy a musical theatre event presented by KooGle Theatre Company age 12-18 students.

Order your ticket on our website

Pop-Up Hockey Game
1:00pm – 3:00pm

Pop-Up Girls Hockey!
Come and experience the fun and team spirit our Burlington girls experience when they play hockey by dropping in on a pop-up hockey game!

If you have a stick, bring your own. Don’t own a stick? NO PROBLEM! We’ll have a few extras to borrow during play.

*pop-up hockey is geared toward our younger youth (4-6 year olds) with a few older Burlington Barracudas on the “rink” to give tips and encouragement.

Bring your own Hockey Stick if you own one. And don’t forget your water!

The following events will take place on June 3, 2023 at a separate time and location. Please review the specific details listed for each event:

SHL Co-ed Happy Hockey Skills & Drills
10:00am – 12:00pm

Appleby Ice Rink 11201 Appleby Line

Please contact Scot at to register your event time or if you have questions.

We are a Co-ed, multi-skilled, mixed-aged (from 18 to whenever done) group based in Burlington. It doesn’t matter where you’re from – we just ask that you’re playing for fun and to help others. On Burlington’s 100-in-1 day, Saturday June 3 at Appleby Rink 1 (from 10am to noon), we are inviting anyone that wants to join us to come play a bit of shinny and have some fun.

We’ll have two 1-hour sessions to play hockey and try a few fun drills – come on over and meet us. We are opening this up to new players who have been to a Stick & Puck or Skills class, but don’t feel ready yet to join a league. Or, provide a chance to skate together with your kid you’ve been driving to games at the crack of dawn. Has your dad hung up his skates thinking he isn’t tough enough for his Beer League anymore? He would be most welcome here with you. Maybe watching Team Canada Women playing for another Gold medal had you wishing you could get out there again, even thought you haven’t played Ringette in years. We would all love to get together and enjoy Canada’s favourite game, while supporting a good cause. Participants must have their own hockey equipment.