This Happened. Thanks, everyone, for coming and sharing a very good day with us. We can't wait to do it all over again next year.
August 31, 2013 is the day the revolution begins. Sarnia, long known for it’s blue collar work ethic and white collar beaches is about to birth a new idea; a new kind of festival that specifically promotes the good community we find ourselves in. This annual festival is set as the summer winds down to celebrate together the greatness of Lambton County.
Saturday, August 31, 2013
9 am - 11 pm
Wakeboarding prelims start at 9am
Community Workshops, KidsZone, Craft Beer & Music start at 11am.
Ticketed Joel Plaskett show, doors at 7pm.
Sarnia Bay Marina
97 Seaway Road
The plan is simple. Find those people and organizations in Lambton County that are actively engaged in making the world a better, more just, more beautiful place for us all and provide them with a platform to meet you face to face. Beginning April 1st we're going to invite anyone in our neck of the woods to share with us what they're doing in Lambton County to make the world better and we'll invite as many as we have room for to come to the festival to exhibit in a creative way.
Besides promoting the goodness of Sarnia, Festival of Good Things is also going to be a craft beer festival for those with a more refined palette. Instead of generic, taste free beer, we’re going to provide a forum for one of North America’s fastest growing industries: craft beer. With a showcase of Ontario’s finest craft beers we will be introducing an alternative experience for Sarnian’s to enjoy.
Canadian music will be heard throughout the day, with a full concert to cap off the festival. It is time to experience good music: no lip-syncing, no camera hungry divas, just music from musicians who care. Watch our Music page for more information!