Supporters

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May 2017

Thank You to Celebrate Canada, Ontario 150, LaFarge, the Bath Lion’s Club, the Loyalist Parkway Association, Ontario Power Generation and TransCanada for their support of Bath Canada Day 150. The generosity of these government and corporate sponsors makes our enhanced programming possible.
Celebrate Canada

Along with the 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.

 

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Once again, LaFarge has proven themselves a generous supporter of Bath Canada Day activities. Their increased grant for 2017 will make for an even more spectacular Fire Works show. Prepare to be wowed!

 

OPG

 

Funding from Ontario Power Corporation goes toward the Parade, which this year has 10 new entries including Sir John A. and Lady Agnes Macdonald as the Parade Grand Marshals.

 

 

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This grant will enable us to enhance our programming for kids and showcase the talents of area musicians with live music from 10 am to 10 pm. Visitors will enjoy the buskers performing throughout the village during the day, a children’s concert by Gary Raspberry, the sweet sounds of Fred Brown and Friends and the outdoor concert starting at 5:30 pm on the Church Street stage at the Tennis Courts.

 

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The Bath Lion’s Club is sponsoring the return of Fred Brown and Friends to the music stage in Centennial Park from 2-5 pm.

 

 

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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 or being 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 perennial attraction takes visitors on a short jaunt through the Village past a number of historic buildings.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Morven

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 contribution to the 2017 Bath Canada Day/ Canada 150 celebrations. It doesn’t happen with out YOU!

Alison and John Turcotte

Amherstview Lions Club

Amherstview Lioness Club

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Bath Family Pharmacy

Bath Gardening Club

Bath United Church

Benjamin Krasna Dentistry

Bob and Dawn Ford

Bunzl Canada Kingston

Cathy and Terry Ashton

Creative Gifts and Baskets

Diane and Dave Nolting

Don Hart Construction Ltd

Dr David Meikle

Dr. Peter Hawley

Duncan Brownlee, CIM, Investment & Wealth Advisor, Dominion Securities

Elke Clegg

Ed Mallen Electric

Edward and Maureen Freeman

Free Flow Petroleum

Gail Heywood

Gallagher Bros. Fishing

Heritage Point Antiques and Gifts

Hunt’s Pharmacy

J. Harrison Excavating & Pipeline Ltd

J&P’s Family Restaurant

Jaes Distributors

Joy’s Hair and Wellness Co.

K.C. Panageotopoulos

Kouri’s Kopters

E.C.M. Electrical

Lady Nelson Rebekah Lodge 327

LaFarge Canada Ltd.

Len Corcoran Excavating  Ltd.

Loyalist Cove Marina

Loyalist Golf Club

Loyalist Parkway Association

Loyalist Township

Maple Leaf Lodge No. 119

Matthew Stolk

McKeown and Wood Fuels

Michelle Podhy

Morven Construction Ltd

ONIX- David Bussiere

Paul G. Payne Funeral Home

Ports of Call Developments

Racquet Science, Kingston

Re/Max- Finest Realty Cynthia Haggerty

Re/Max- First Realty Jim and John Hinton

Roger and Ann Louise Richard

Royal Bank of Canada, Bath Branch

Royal Canadian Legion Branch #623

Sandra Steinhause

Schell’s Market Inc.

Smith’s Septic Tank Services Ltd

Stock Transportation

Ted Custance, Sutton Group Realty

V.B. Simkins Sewing Machines

Village Pizza

Virginia Thompson

Wartman Funeral Home

Williams Auto

 

It’s never too late to donate!

Donations from local groups, individuals and businesses, support from Loyalist Township and the contributions of a host of volunteers enable the Canada Day Committee to offer a variety of activities with a focus on family fun.  All donations of time, talent or financial support are most appreciated.

If you wish to make a financial donation to Bath Canada Day, please make your cheque payable to Loyalist Township with a notation of Bath Canada Day in the memo line. Mail to the Bath Canada Day Committee, P.O.Box 39. Bath Ontario, K0H1G0

Tax receipts for charitable donations of $20.00 or more are administered through Loyalist Township.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bath Canada Day Committee 2016 thanks 

  • All the volunteers and local groups who helped the Committee in theElectronic Sign boards lead up to Canada Day and who made the day run smoothly.
  • All the local businesses and cooperate donors who provided sponsorships, donations and/or materials.
  • All the folks who joined the parade and made it so much fun.
  • All the folks who have shared their photos.

2016 Supporters

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

2016 VOLUNTEERS to June 25th

Flags:  Jim Stevenson, Bath Fire Fighters

Canada Day Buttons: Mary Ann Gibbons, Nancy Gauthier, Bob Elliot, Sandra Steinhause, Paulette Batchilder and the Bath Artisans

Official Photographers: Sean and Pam Melia

Centennial Park  Set-up: Allan Beatty, Diane Nolting, Ed Daniliunas,  Tom Wightman

Logistics: Dave Hall

Information Booth:  Ann Myers, Mary Ann Gibbons, Bob Elliott,  Esther Quirt, Dorothy Hunt, Nancy Gauthier, Nancy and Rick Van Camp,  Debbie Plautz, Rosemary Webster

Official Ceremonies: O, Canada sung by Gerry Hartley, Raising of the Flag by Caitlin Tizard, Winner of the 2016 Canada Day Button Contest

Parking Monitors: Amherstview and Bath Scouting

Parade:

  • Parade Volunteers: Michelle Podhy, Dave Nolting, Gail Heywood,  Andy Gauthier, Kent Fredenburgh, Mel Campbell, Norm Harmer, Jim and Laurie Minorgan
  • Judges: Co-Ordinator Virginia Thompson,
  • Judging Bike Decorating Contest for the Parade: Bonnie Fredenburgh, Mary McWhirter

Kids Pet Show and Bicycle Decorating Contest: Dave Stewart,  Bev Hallman, Jim Stevenson, Nancy Gauthier, Debbie Plautz, Kathryn Nolting

Fireworks: Kym Fairfax