Thank you for joining us at the Charlton Waterfront to celebrate Canada's 150th Birthday on Saturday July 1st for the best fireworks display in the North! 


PLATINUM (Donation of more than $500)

  • Charlton Englehart Lions Club
  • Brownlee Equipment
  • Georgia Pacific LLC.
  • Government of Canada
  • Earlton Timber Mart
  • Englehart Rotary Club
  • Koch Logistics Inc.
  • Jim and Rhoda Stewart
  • Municipality of Charlton and Dack
  • Town of Englehart
  • Tunnock Consulting Ltd.
  • Wincikaby Contracting

GOLD (Donation between $251 and $500)

  • Chauncey and Ingrid Corley
  • Jim and Dora Huff
  • Laframboise Forest
  • Lafromboise Fuel
  • Mary Lynn Kirkey
  • Merrill and Karen Bond
  • Perry and Debbie Veerman
  • Peters Garage
  • Township of Chamberlain

SILVER (Donation between $101 and $250)

  • BeeLee Honey and Apiary Services
  • Clem and Pam Yantha
  • Coffee Time
  • Cousin's Restaurant
  • Harvey and Aileen Parker
  • Kingston's Service Centre
  • Knights of Columbus (10041 Fundscrip
  • LV. Vickery Ltd.
  • Marshall’s Pharmasave
  • McDonald Funeral Home
  • Moose Haven Lodge
  • Norm Charland and Everdina Desilets
  • Ontario Clean Water Agency
  • Treeline Reforestation Inc.
  • W. Lafrance Logging

BRONZE (Donation of less than $100)

  • Down by the Bay
  • Third Street Chiropractic
  • Trevor Bond


Frequently Asked Questions

Who hosts the Charlton Fireworks Celebration?

The Fireworks Celebration is organized by the Municipality of Charlton and Dack with the support of local businesses. Without their support the fireworks show would not be possible. The fireworks show is put on by NorthStar Fireworks Entertainment Inc. out of Waterloo, Ontario.

Am I still able to make a donation?

Yes please do! We accept donations right up until July 1st. Donations will also be collected at the entrances to town by the Charlton Englehart Lions Club.

Will the show go on if it rains?

Yes the show will go on rain or shine.

Will a shuttle bus be provided?

No there will be no shuttle bus from Englehart this year.

What will be happening in addition to the fireworks display?

The Charlton Agricultural Society will be hosting events at the Fairgrounds on Highway 560 throughout the day. The Charlton Heritage Centre will be open from 1pm to 4pm for internet, books and touring. There will also be Canada Day cupcakes and free giveaways for the first 250 people at the event!

Where is everything taking place?

The Fireworks will take place at the Charlton Waterfront at dark (usually just after 10pm). This year the fireworks will be shot from the North end (instead of the west). Arrive early to get a spot!

Can I go to the location where the fireworks are set off?

It is not safe to be close to the actual fireworks preparation site itself but Charlton does offer a number of good viewing areas.

Are there street closures in effect?

Agnes Street and Church Street will be closed to all but local traffic during the event.

Are there washrooms available?

A portable washroom will be provided at the Charlton Water Plant parking lot on Agnes Street across from Blackbridge Park.

Can I bring alcohol to the event?

No. Public consumption of any alcoholic beverages is not permitted.

Where can I park?

Wherever you can find a spot! Parking along the the road is allowed throughout town on July 1st. We just ask that you do not block any roads or driveways.

I have special needs. Is there parking available for me close to the site?

Parking for special needs will be reserved along Agnes Street beside Blackbridge Park. Travel down Highway 573 and a volunteer will help guide you to your parking spot.

Is there special event parking for Plantium sponsors?

All Platinum sponsors are eligible for premium parking for a single vehicle. Passes will be mailed out prior to the event and on July 1st travel to Agnes Street and a volunteer will show you to your parking.

Where can I get more information?

For all other questions please contact the Municipal Office of Charlton and Dack at 705-544-7525.