May 2018

Thank you to all of our major sponsors. Your generosity is crucial to our programming.


As well as  financial support for the operational budget, this grant provides lots of free Canada Day memorabilia.

Stop by the Welcome Booth in Centennial Park to pick up your flags, tattoos and flag pins on Canada Day.


LaFarge Logo

Once again, LaFarge has proven themselves a generous supporter of Bath Canada Day activities. The fireworks are a showcase of our celebrations, eagerly anticipated by young and old. LaFarge employees and their families will once again be part of the Parade.




Loyalist Township staff beautify the Village and especially Centennial Park, provide logistical support and assistance with promotion and publicity.

We truly appreciate their efforts.




This grant supports our outdoor concert, Bath Rocks On Canada Day starting at 8pm and leading up to the FireWorks display. It also enables us to offer our first ever Who Will Sing O, Canada? contest for young people 12- 18 years of age.




Funding from Ontario Power Corporation goes toward the activities in the KIDS ZONE





This donation will go towards the KIDS ZONE programs.






Our thanks go to Ted Custance for his sponsorship of The Monarchs Dance.



The Bath Lion’s Club

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for their fundraising efforts at the May Breakfast.





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is sponsoring the free shuttle from the Event Parking Area just north of the School on County Road 7. This is a great solution to the problem of finding a parking space on congested village streets.  Visitors are transported hassle free right to the corner of Church and Main in the heart of the activities.



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The Loyalist Parkway Association is once again sponsoring the Horse Drawn Wagon Rides. This popular, perennial attraction takes visitors on a short jaunt through the Village past a number of historic buildings.








Each year Morven Construction provides a flat bed trailer for our musical stage in Centennial Park and the traffic cones to ensure that Academy Street remains a passable route through the Village when Main Street is closed. This contribution has been going on for at least 25 years.





Thank you to all the area businesses, service groups and individuals who have made a financial contribution to the 2018 Bath Canada Day celebrations. It doesn’t happen with out YOU!


Ann Harrison

Bonita Bedford

Cecil and Madeleine Grierson

David and Diane Nolting

Erika Dilworth

Fred and Heather Sutherland

Gail Heywood

Henry and Edith Fierz

Jim and Laurie Minorgan

John and Carol Dundas

John and Margaret Deacon

Maureen Freeman

Norman Fredenburgh

Pat and Fran Kennedy

Peter Burrell

Rob and Heidi Stevens

Ron Andress

Sandra Steinhause

William and Elizabeth Anderson


Service Groups

Amherstview Lioness Club

Amherstview Lions Club

Bath Gardening Club

Bath United Church

Lady Nelson Rebekah Lodge # 327

Maple Leaf Lodge #119



Bath Massage Therapy Studio

Benjamin Krasna Dentistry

Don Hart Construction

Dr. David Meikle, D.C

Dr Peter Hawley, D.C.

Ed Mallen Electric

Heritage Point Antiques and Gifts

Hunt’s Pharmacy

Jae’s Distributing, Janis Smith

Joy’s Hair and Wellness

Len Corcoran Excavating

Loyalist Cove Marina

Loyalist Golf Club

Mary Brown’s Chicken and Tatars

Matthew Stolk

Odessa Home Hardware

Papa’s Pizzeria

P.G. Payne Funeral Services

RE/MAX Finest Realty Cynthia Haggerty

Royal Bank of Canada, Bath Branch

Simply Landscaping Garden Designs

Smith’s Septic Tank Services Ltd.

Wartman Funeral Home

Williams Auto Service Ltd