There are plenty of Canada Day activities in Gray Bruce this weekend.
In Owen Sound, the city has two days of major events for Canada Day weekend on Saturday at Kelso Beach in Nawash Park, there will be lots of live music and activities, including Canada Day fireworks at 10 p.m.
The festival begins on Friday with a youth day at the Owen Sound Visitor Center from 10am to 6pm
Also on Fridays at 6 p.m., there are children’s activities, music, food and fireworks at the Annan Ball Diamond in Meaford and fireworks in the evening.
There will be an antique car show, food booths and fireworks afterwards in Bognor on Saturday.
In Meaford, there is a large celebration, starting at 8 a.m. with a pancake breakfast hosted by the Military Family Resource Center and the Rotary Club. From 11-2 p.m., there will be a grill zone hosted by the Rotary Club of Mayford and a beer garden until 6:30.
Canada Day celebrations are planned to begin at noon at Cobble Beach in Georgian Bluffs. Fireworks are planned for 9:10 p.m.
In Hanover, the festivities are set for Heritage Square and include children’s activities, barbecues and live music.
In Sauble Beach, the Chamber of Commerce plans concerts and events. There are no fireworks as the municipality is in a restricted fire zone. The current restricted fire zone does not prohibit the use of fireworks, but people using fireworks that light wildfires are liable for the costs associated with suppressing the fire, could be fined up to $25,000, or sentenced to life in prison. Might be possible.
For the same reason, there is no fireworks show in Warton either, but Bluewater Park has plenty of Canada Day activities including a pancake breakfast, barbecue, McLaren Pipes and Drums Band, children’s activities, a magic show and cake and ice cream. , among other things.
In northern Bruce Peninsula, family fireworks are not allowed at all due to municipal restrictions. A fireworks display is allowed over the water at Dyer’s Bay to start the day, there will be a book sale, barbecue and parade between 12 and 2 p.m. Lion’s Head will have music on the beach at 7pm on Fridays and Saturdays, things start off with a market on the beach at 9am and activities continue until the Canada Day Parade at 7pm.
In Tobermory, there will be all kinds of activity on the harbor from 11am. There is no plan for fireworks.
In Southampton, a celebration will begin in the late afternoon at the large Canada flag on High Street with the Southampton Concert Band playing Top 40 songs from the 1940s to the 1990s. The Rotary Club will have popcorn and barbecue. Fireworks in the dark.
The Force in Southampton is hosting a Canada Day breakfast on Saturday, July 1 in support of veterans and the community. Breakfast from 9 a.m. to noon will include scrambled eggs and sausage.
In Kincardine, festivities begin at 8 a.m. for a Lions Club Brunch at the Whitney Crawford Community Center in Tiverton, with proceeds going toward the Splash Pad Project. The Canada Day Parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. and is being organized by the Tiverton Agricultural Society. The Kincardine Lighthouse and Phantom Piper Plaque Unveiling Ceremony will take place at 2 p.m. Throughout the afternoon, families can enjoy performances by Boiler Beach, the Wild Ontario Bird Show, and balloon twisters, face painters and a bouncy castle for children. ,