Canada Days this weekend

  • Jun. 28, 2006 6:00 p.m.

Canada Days celebrations are all set to go in Port Clements, with the weekend kicking-off Friday with the children’s fishing derby.
On Saturday, the first full day. It all starts with a pancake breakfast at 8:30, soccer finals and slow pitch at 9:00 and the always-popular parade at 10:00. There’s more as well, with concessions, helicopter rides, children’s games and the beer garden. Note-there will be no logger sports this year.
On Sunday, the fun continues with the family fun run/walk, concessions, zodiac rides and children’s games. Then, at 1:00 pm, the day’s highlight- the mud bog. It all wraps up with last call at the beer garden at 6 pm.
For complete details, see the Observer.

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