A very wet Canada Day for Oxford Mills

The Oxford Mills Community Association would like to thank those involved in celebrating Canada 150 in Maplewood Park. This includes the sponsors, the volunteers, the musicians, and the contributors to the Silent Auction. The greatest credit goes to the public who were not deterred by the weather and came out and made Canada Day a special event.

This year was a particularly special as a new gazebo had just been installed in the park. Thanks to the work of community volunteers and supporters, the park has been enhanced with an attractive focus point.

Canada Day celebrations are made possible by sponsorships offered by individuals and businesses in North Grenville. These include:

The Municipality of North Grenville
TD Graham and Associates
Kemptville Lions Club
Dial a Chef
The North Grenville Times
Class Axe
St. Lawrence Swordfighters Guild
Brigadoon Restaurant
The Municipality of North Grenville, especially Kevin Henry and Doug Scott
Olde Porch Primitives
Samantha Rivet-Stephenson, RBC financial planner
Former Mayor Bill Cameron who made himself available to help

Canada Day in Oxford Mills has become a music event that highlights the local talent, provides a County Fair atmosphere for families, an opportunity to catch up with acquaintances and share our pride in our country. See you next year!

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