A stroll down Port Perry’s Victorian era Queen St. and it’s eclectic and unique shops, is a day-trip you should experience best timed with one of their famous upcoming summer events.
On Sunday August 29 from noon to 3 pm, the Church of the Ascension is hosting their annual Brits on the Lake British Cream Tea. If you want to join the merry loyalists, bring your friends and family to the church at 266 North Street. Adults are $12.00, kids are $5 and children under 3 get in for free.
The Port Perry House Tour is Saturday September 22. There are great homes, gardens and decor lined up for your viewing and visiting pleasure, with proceeds supporting five very important local charities. The funds go to Joanne’s House, Community Care Durham, YWCA’s Second Stage Housing for Women, North House, and Big Brother Big Sister. Over $100,000.00 has been raised in the last decade. Tickets are available at www.portperryhousetour.ca or on Facebook at Port Perry House Tour.
Settled in the early 1800s by United Empire Loyalist Peter Perry on the shore of Lake Scugog, the community of 9,500 residents draws all-season visitors thanks to its easy access from Toronto and throughout the Durham Region, and its many cultural and recreational attractions.