Penetanguishene ‘All Things Canadian’ fest looking Eh-Plus

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There’s no shortage of tourism events this year, and Penetanguishene has the official Canadian spectrum covered this Saturday.

All Things Canadian is happening on Saturday, July 23 in Memorial Park, 121 Main St., from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m., celebrating the heritage and cultures of Penetanguishene’s history. Francophone, Indigenous and anglophone communities will be showcased through live music performances, food, entertainment and activities.

The Big Brothers and Big Sisters Breakfast will kick off the event, the interactive Axe Throwing area will be present, and various activities for the kids, too, such as balloon animals, face painters and glitter tattoo artists. Also attending will be vendors and food trucks, along with a beverage garden.

Live music will be provided by the Red Hot Stove Pipe Band at 11 a.m., Rob Watts at 12:30 p.m., 93 North at 2:15 p.m. and Shania Twin at 5 p.m.

Activities, events and times continue to be updated as they become available.

For updated information on the events or to register within the festival, visit the All Things Canadian website.

Further details are available by contacting the Recreation and Events Coordinator by email at events@penetanguishene.ca, or phone 705-549-7453 ext. 223.

Derek Howard, Local Journalism Initiative Reporter, MidlandToday.ca

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