What’s up Canada ‘D’Eh’?
Cornwall, ON – June 23, 2017 – Are you looking for something fun and exciting to do on Canada Day? Join us in Cornwall for our celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday on Saturday, July 1st with family-themed festivities in Lamoureux Park.
Throughout the day, there will be live performances at the Bandshell, food vendors, inflatable castles, a petting zoo, face painting, a costume competition and more!
Check out the rest of Canada Day’s activities below:
- 11:00 am – Little Ray’s Reptiles Show
- 2:00 pm – Pizazz Magic Show
- 3:00 pm – Little Ray’s Reptiles Encore Show
- 3:00 pm – The Great Mascot March (prizes for best school mascot or super hero costume)
- 4:00 pm – Juggler, face paint and other activities
Make sure not to miss the opening ceremonies at 12:00pm; this will include greetings from delegates, a youth group performance of the national anthem, and the introduction of student essay winners. As the highlight of the night, Paul Deslauriers Band will be performing on stage at 8:30 pm followed by a beautiful fireworks display at 10:00 pm.
Check out the full itinerary for the live entertainment at the Bandshell:
- 12:00pm – Opening Ceremonies
- 12:30 pm-1:15pm – BCDC Dance (dance group)
- 1:30pm-2:15pm – Jesse Stone (Montreal singer/songwriter)
- 2:30pm-4pm – Louis Racine and Les Pourquoi pas (musical group)
- 4:15pm-4:45pm – Studio C Extravaganza (dance group)
- 5pm-5:45pm – Shelter Valley (musical group)
- 6:00pm-7:00pm – Flowdroidz (dance and vocals)
- 7:15pm-8:15pm – Don Scott Band (musical group)
- 8:30pm-9:50pm – Paul Deslauriers Band (musical group)
- 10:00pm – National Anthem and fireworks
- 10:20pm – Paul Deslauriers Band encore performance
Written by Sophie Poirier
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