The Parade Grand Marshal is a person who has been involved in the life of the Village in a significant way over time. Because of their service Bath is a better place to live, learn, work, worship and play.

We need your help to recognize a worthy individual. If you would like to nominate someone, please send us a short paragraph explaining why you think this person is deserving.

The due date is March 25th.

Nominations can be emailed to bathcanadaday@live.ca.

Alternatively you could mail it to

Bath Canada Day Committee

PO.Box 39,

Bath ON, K0H1G0

A selection committee will review the nominations and make the choice.

If you click on the Grand Marshal button you will see examples of recent selections.

Thank you for helping us choose the 2018 Parade Grand Marshal.

Overview of the July 1st Outdoor Concert

A Trophy for the Bath Gardening Club

Congratulations to the Bath Gardening Club for their award winning entry in the 2017 Bath Canada Day Parade. Clearly a lot of creativity, thought and care went into this Best Canada 150 Theme Float.

Cake Float in Parade



The Best Group Float Entry in the 2017 Parade

DSC_0149Congratulations to the L.C.C.R.A. ( Loyalist Estates Residents Association) team for their float on the Commercial Fishing Industry in Bath. Joe Hudacin made the trophy presentation to the group yesterday and there is talk of another entry next year…….


Front row: Mike Guidon, Normande Whitney, Joe Hudacin, Bob Ford, Cecil Grierson

Back Row: Geoff Byrant, Rod Whitney, Peter van der Voort, Bruce Richardson, David Salter

Village Pizza – Best Commercial Entry, 2017



Joe Hudacin presents the trophy for Best Commercial Entry to Leah- Ann Walker of Village Pizza. Congratulations!


Guitar Winner Phil EdwardsPhil Edwards had a front row seat at the Outdoor Concert on July 1st and he is the lucky winner of the Gibson Classic Acoustic Guitar. Congratulations to Phil and thank you to Ted Custance of Sutton Group and John Hinton of  ReMax Finest Realty Inc for their sponsorship.

The fire works are a go tonight.

Enjoy this special show sponsored by LaFarge Canada.Fireworks 5

In case we need to cancel

We all know the weather is the great unknown with respect to Bath Canada Day activities. As of today (Thursday, June 29th) everything is a go. The Committee will be monitoring the radar and any cancellations will be posted on the Bath Canada Day Facebook page and the Bath Canada Day website.
Don`t forget that there are indoor activities which will continue regardless: Ecumenical Service, Firemen`s Breakfast, Bath Artisans Show and budding artists creation table, St John`s Hall lunches and snacks, Bath Museum, tours of the Fairfield- Gutzeit House, Local shops open etc.

A Special Thank You to Morven Construction

MorvenEach year the Bath Canada Day Committee acknowledges a company, group or individual for their support of Canada Day. This year we want to recognise the ongoing contribution of Morven Construction Limited. Every year since 1993, Morven Construction has brought a flatbed truck to be our stage in Centennial Park, traffic cones to help ensure that Academy Street is maintained as an alternate route through the Village and made a financial donation toward our programming.

Thank you to Rene Doornekamp for beginning this tradition and  Murray Aitken, the new owner for continuing it.

Bath Canada Day 1993 Morven stage

1993 -Reeve Doug Stevenson awarding the Parade Grand Marshall’s Prize to Bruce and Meta VanLuven

2017 Food and Craft Vendors








Photos from the 2012 Bath Canada Day Market



Bath Canada Day 2017
Vendor Name Product
Ali Downing Westwind Ranch
Anita Melnyk Children’s Books
Ann Coleman Books Cheese
Bard  Smith Herb Haven
Bath Lions Hamburgers
Bath United Church Hot Dogs
Bill Watts Antiques
Clarence Duncan Epicure
Colleen English Photo
Colleen Surette Preserve
Dave  Wreggitt Tickets
Dianne Irwin Lawn Ornaments
Don Vallier Shirts  Hats
Enid  Henwood Table  Runners
Gail MacDonald Sauces
Garry  Campbell Wood Carving
Heather  Dickson Candles and Jewellery
Heather  Kaiser Sewing and Quilts
Hogans Honey Honey
Ian Talbot Hand turned wood
Jerry Zabarte Food Truck
Jim Rombough Crafts
John Grazly Crafts
Karen Hanna Maple Syrup
Kate Cook Sentsy
Keith Fern Plastic Jewellery
Ken Bethune Lemonade Stand
Kristi Marucci Leggings
Krystle  Holton Clothing
Lios  Post Knitting
Lisa Walker Health Products
Louise Harris Tiny Paws Rescue
Lyn  DuToit Jewellery
Perry  Ross Copper  Figures
Randy  Kellett Smokin Carnivore
Ron Duesharm ice cream
Ross Sweet Hamburgers
Sandra Cunningham Leather
Sandra Cunningham Leather
Sandy  Kirkham Games Table
Sandy Langabeer Flip Flops
Shannoon Fund raising
Steve Manders Railway Books
Susan Duncan Hand bags
Suzanne  Lebeau Jewellery
Ted & Nancy Sparling Jewellery
Titanium Joe Jewellery
Virgina Rosario Popcorn
Virginia Charboneau Jewellery
Wendy  Silver Jewellery