Cranbrook, BC (June 9, 2016) – Local festivities to mark Canada’s 149th birthday celebrations are set to go on two fronts July 1st, thanks to a partnership between the Fisher Peak Performing Artists Society and the City of Cranbrook.
One of the largest attended events will be in Rotary Park from 3:00pm to 9:30pm with a full roster of activities, entertainment, food and fun for all ages. Live bands will grace the Rotary band shell, with crafts and activities hosted by the City’s PLAY program staff, bouncy castles, great food vendors, local dignitaries and the community citizenship awards will be given out.
And finish off the party with a spectacular fireworks display at Moir Park starting with the first fuse being lit at 11:00pm sharp thanks to the generosity of Connect Church.
Please join us and help us all celebrate our diversity and pride in being Canadian!
FESTIVITIES BEGIN AT 3:00 PM
GRAND STAND- ROTARY PARK
Fisher Peak Performing Arts Society presents
Jean- Paul DeRoover 3:00- 4:45
Canada Day Recognition Ceremonies 4:50- 5:15 (Join our special dignitaries in recognizing our nation’s birthday and the presentation of the community citizenship awards.)
Jon and Holly 5:30-7:30 (band)
Mile High Club 8pm- 9:45 (band)
Canada Day Cake served by our Sam Steele Sweetheart and Princess -5:00 pm
CARNIVAL ACTIVITIES by LEISURE SERVICES
Bean Bag Throw Station
Delights from around the world
Find a special gift
10:00 pm festivities wrap up at ROTARY PARK
11:00 FIREWORKS AT MOIR PARK (fireworks donated by Connect Church.)