CANADA 150 CELEBRATIONS: HELP US PLAN A TRULY GREAT EVENT
Public meeting for September 21
The Bath Canada Day Committee has received a number of great suggestions for next year’s celebrations: Old fashioned picnic and kids games, living history encounters, live childrens’ theatre, cut outs of historical figures for photo opportunities, display of vintage military vehicles, live music to accompany the fireworks, more floats in the parade to mention just a few..
Now is the time to get your thoughts out there so they can be developed properly. We want to hear your ideas. Please join us at 7pm on Wed. September 21 at at the Bath Fire Hall so we can discuss the possibilities and figure out how to go about making things happen.
Keep in mind the following;
Bath Canada Day is well known for it’s parade, it’s fireworks and its family friendly activities. We are looking for ways to enhance these elements.
Bath Canada Day benefits greatly from the support of local businesses and volunteers for Canada Day If we are to offer a multi day event, we will need to engage more of these resources.
Heritage activities in Bath engage and entertain visitors.
See you on the 21st
Thanks for the Videos of the Fireworks and the 2016 Parade.
MUSIC, MUSIC, MUSIC
THANKS TO ALL THE MUSICIANS WHO ENTERTAINED ON CANADA DAY
Fred Brown and Friends
Dave Wreggit from City Music Hub
CKWS TV News on our Canada Day celebrations
2016 Parade Winners
2016 BATH CANADA DAY PARADE WINNERS
Congratulations to all! Photos will follow asap
Best Youth Entry: Amherstview Bath Scouting
Best Group Entry: Kingston District Shiner Club
Best Commercial Entry: Schell’s Market
Best Vintage Entry: 1934 Blue Touring Car
Best Motorized Entry: 1965 Blue Chevelle Malibu
Best Family Entry: Hawley Hawk Stables
Best Decorated Bicycle: Madison Parks
Best Band: Rob Roy Pipe Band and Highland dancers
Best Equestrian/Animal Entry: Cote Family Ponies, Kiwi and Jewel
Due to high winds the Bath Fireworks have had to be postponed. Weather permitting they will go ahead tomorrow (July2) at dusk.
Parade Bike Decorating Contest
Kids who want to ride in the Canada Day Parade should bring their decorated bikes to the corner of Main Street and Country Club Drive for 12:30 on July 1st. The judge will award the Best Decorated Parade Bike prize and all cyclists will be ushered into the Parade at the appropriate moment.
Parents and family members are welcome to accompany the children.
Time to get your pin on!
The Countdown is on
Time to get your pin on
Available now at Bath Main Street merchants
Donations support children’s activities on Canada Day. Thank you for your support.