Canada Day celebrations this weekend in Port Clements

  • Jun. 27, 2008 1:00 p.m.

It’s Canada Day once again and Port Clements is the place to be for a two-day long celebration this weekend. It starts Friday with a children’s fishing derby at 6 pm and ends Sunday with the Mud Bog at 1 pm! Saturday (June 28) gets off to an early start with the pancake breakfast at 8:30 am, followed by slowpitch and soccer finals at 9 am, with the big parade rolling from Dyson and Bayview at 10:30 am. Want to see the new multi-purpose building from the inside? This is your chance, starting at 11:30 am. Tours by His Worship Mayor Cory Delves. At noon, it’s loggers sports events for the kids, and more games throughout the afternoon. Sunday of course, it’s the Mud Bog. This classic event starts at 1 pm, but there’s lots to do in the morning. Another pancake breakfast at 8:30 am, helicopter rides at 10:30 am, with concessions opening at 11 am. Dunk tank, sandcastle competition, beer gardens: Port has it all this weekend. Let the fun begin!

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