2019 Bath Canada Day

 

UPDATE

It’s all over for this year. The Committee is already thinking ahead to 2020 and how we can make IT the best ever Bath Canada Day.

If you would like to help us do that, we are looking for volunteers to coordinate specific programs. If you have a skill set or interest we will find a way to work together. Contact dnbathcanday@gmail.com

THE GREAT DECORATE – SO MUCH FUN

 

THE GREAT DECORATE

We supplied the decorations

You brought the scissors

We all had a great time! See you next year

Sunday June 30,

4 pm

Beside the Tennis Courts on Church Street

Judging to follow

All kids and their significant adults are invited to join the Parade on Canada Day.

 

 

Because of the flooding in Centennial Park, all of the activities that would normally take place there on Canada Day

  • Vendor’s Market

  • Live Entertainment

  • Horse Drawn Wagon Rides

  • Firemen’s Foam a.k.a Bath Bubbles

  • Official Ceremonies

  • Welcome Booth

  • Displays etc.

    will be moving to the Park behind the Pickleball/Tennis Courts on Church Street.

The Parade will start at 1 pm from Finkle’s Shore Park, marching down Main Street to the Bath Public School on Church Street.

Fireworks will take place behind the Bath Fire Hall at dusk(10 pm)

Full details of the day’s activities will be posted shortly.

MAY 13th

7 PM

BATH FIRE HALL

 Join us and find out

  • who won the 2019 Button Contest and get a sneak preview of the button
  • who is the 2019 Parade Grand Marshall
  • what is the 2019 plan for events and activities
  • what volunteer opportunities are available

 

MANY THANKS TO  DEBBIE LOVEGROVE AND GRACE PARTRIDGE, MEMBERS OF THE HISTORICAL COSTUME CLUB OF KINGSTON

On April 25th they provided an informative and supportive workshop for ladies looking to dress up for the 2019 celebrations. From pattern choices and alterations, trying on petticoats and hoops, making hats and learning about the styles of a bygone era, everyone had fun. They will also help folks going forward as needed.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A few pictures from Canada Day 2018

Thanks to Sean and Pam Melia for the photos.

Almost Famous band

Dancing to the music