Art on the Boulevard is cancelled Saturday, August 1, 2020
It is with great regret and disappointment that the Art on the Boulevard Committee has made the decision to cancel the 11th Annual Art on the Boulevard in Erieau scheduled for August 1, 2020. The committee felt it was the appropriate decision given the current emergency measures in place during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thank you to the artists and visitors who have supported us in the past and those who were planning to attend this year’s event. A full refund will be mailed to artists that were scheduled to attend our 2020 event. We also wish to thank our volunteers and our brochure sponsors past and present who make our event a success every year.
If you are interested in exploring the artists, you can find them under “The Event” tab.
We look forward to seeing you next year for Art on the Boulevard 2021 on the Civic Holiday weekend, Saturday July 31, 2021.
Stay safe and stay healthy!
Erieau Art on the Boulevard Committee
Stay Tuned! Join thousands of expected visitors on the Erieau Boulevard for Art on the Boulevard in 2021!
Plan Your Visit
Where is Art on the Boulevard?
The tree lined boulevard, one kilometer in length, is located down the centre of Erieau, which is a historic quaint fishing port and resort village.
Erieau is a peninsula located on the north shore of Lake Erie and the south shore of Rondeau Bay. It is well known for its sandy beaches, superb fishing and beautiful scenery.
Erieau is conveniently located 100 km west of London and 100 km east of Windsor, south of 401 and Talbot Trail.
Parking is available on both sides of the Boulevard, Ross Lane and Mariners Road, and at the Beach area.
The Chatham-Kent beach bus is free for our event (free all of Civic holiday weekend).
Consider taking the Chatham-Kent bus to help you avoid parking issues. Check the Chatham-Kent website for more information on schedules and routes.
Washrooms are available at the Erieau Community Hall/Fire Hall and at the Municipal washrooms/change rooms at the beach.
Washrooms are also available in basement of Anglican Church, at the Yacht Club and at the Eau Buoy Variety Store (for customers only.)
Several portajohns will be located along the boulevard at each turn around location.