Meet Nathalie Froment -Winner of the O,Canada Singing Contest

 

Congratulations to Nathalie Froment from the Bath Canada Day Committee.

Her beautiful voice will stir your heart when she sings O Canada at the Official Ceremonies and before the Fire Works on July 1st.

Thanks to our judges- Noel Henry, Gerry Hartley and Bonnie Livingstone and to Joanne and Mark who will be driving Nathalie in the Parade.

GREAT BANDS ON CANADA DAY

We have two area bands for your entertainment on Canada Day

The first is ALMOST FAMOUS who will be playing in Centennial Park from 2 -4:30 pm

THE TONEKATS willbe performing from 8-10 pm behind Bath Public School -lots of room to dance so come early for the music and stay for the fireworks

Check out who’s coming to the Market on July 1st

We’re up to 40 vendors for this year’s Canada Day Market. Click on Vendors for the complete list

Special Recognition Award

Each year the Bath Canada Day Committee honours an individual, a group or a business whose dedication to the community makes Bath a better place to live.

In 2018 we honour the work of the Bath and District Lions Club for the many projects they undertake every year that contribute to the health and well-being of the residents of the area. Vision screening, the waterfront playground, the Christmas Baskets and their support for Bath Canada Day – all of these efforts are valued by Bath residents.

And that’s BEFORE they gave us a cheque for $925 !

Joe Hudacin presented the award to Don Jones, President of the Bath and District Lion’s Club.

In 1980, Joe was the councilor for Bath and in that capacity attended the founding meeting on the Bath Lions Club.

 

Many, many thanks to the Bath and District Lions Club

On May 20th, the Lions held an ALL YOU CAN EAT BREAKFAST in support of Bath Canada Day. On June 6th, they presented a cheque for $925 to members of the Bath Canada Day Committee. Many, many thanks to the Lions Club members for their generosity and to the community for supporting the breakfast.

The Button Award Presentation

Watch a great video of the 2018 Button Design award presentation on May 16th.

Go to facebook.com/BathCanadaDay

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Insurance requirements for Market Vendors lifted

Click on the Vendors button above for information about the Market and Vendor Registration Form. Come join the fun on Canada Day!

ALL YOU CAN EAT

The Bath and District Lion’s Club is hosting a benefit All You Can Eat Breakfast in support of the 2018 Bath Celebrations.

Breakfast is served from 9-12noon at St John’s Hall

Cost: $7 for adults

$3.50 for kids 6-12, 5 and under eat free.

Entertainment by Fred Brown and Friends

Check out the Music section for entry forms for the Who Will Sing O, Canada Contest

Want to Know Who Won?

Please join us on Wednesday, May 16th as we announce the winners of the 2018 Bath Canada Day Button Design Contest and reveal the name of this year’s Parade Grand Marshall. The meeting takes place at 7pm at the Bath Fire Hall

This meeting will also provide an update for the 2018 activities and programs and should be of interest to volunteers.