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Canada Trivia

Day 2 of Canada Trivia.

There will be five different categories, one category per week leading up to Canada Day.

Each category has 5 questions. Write down your guess each day and check back on Saturday. The answer to all 5 questions will be published along with the supporting information.

This week the category is CITIES.

Question #1 Which Canadian city is nicknamed Hollywood of the North?

Question #2 What restaurant chain first opened its doors in Hamilton ON?

Do not try to log in below as only the administrator for the page can do so. Keep your answers on a sheet of paper for Saturday.

The Flags are Flying

Thanks to Matt Trottier, Darren Moore and Tom Eves, Bath Volunteer Fire Fighters, the flags are flying on Main and Church Streets. They offered to put them up early to boost morale and bring a colourful addition to the Village.

Thanks also to Jim Stevenson, a long serving Canada Day Committee volunteer, who recently completed an inventory of the flags and flagpoles and created a colour-coded map for flag placements to aid the fire fighters doing the installation.

You might notice a small difference this year. For the Canada Day celebrations, we typically fly the Canadian flag, as well as some Loyalist and some Union Jack flags. We also fly two of the Village of Bath official flags.

Flags wear out and we purchase replacements from Heritage Point Gifts here in the Village. Because of factory shutdowns, we were unable to get Union Jacks so this year we are flying 24 Loyalist flags, 31 Canadian flags and 2 Village of Bath flags.

The windy weather has been giving us some grief. A number of poles and/or flags have been damaged. Replacements are expensive so we need to salvage what we can. If you happen to see a downed or damaged unit, please call Diane asap at 613-352-5670.

The Loyalist settlers who came here endured many hardships and they persevered. Today we are coping with a world wide pandemic and we too will persevere.

Diane Nolting,

Chair, Bath Canada Day Committee

2020 Bath Canada Day Button Design Contest

2020 Bath Canada Day Button Design Contest

The contest is closed, the judges have made their selections and
the winners will be announced on June 1st.
Thank you to all the children who took part and to the volunteers from the Bath Artisans.

Get into the Christmas Spirit and Support 2020 Bath Canada Day

Many thanks to all those who supported this evening of community theatre. We had a wonderful time and hope you did too.

A Christmas Carol Poster

2019 Button Design Winners

Natalie Fretts, 1st prize, Ashley Sonneveld, 2nd prize, Ryley Murphy, 3rd prize, Ceilidh Hudson Honourable Mention


Join your friends and neighbours at an information and organizing session on Tuesday, April 23, at 2 pm at the Loyalist Golf Clubhouse

Historical Costume Club of Kingston Members will provide an overview of possibilities and personalize to your needs

They can help you

  • Chose/modify a pattern
  • Make a hat or bonnet
  • With petticoats and hoops
  • Make a simple skirt and jacket
  • Chose/make trimmings and accessories
  • Take you shopping to find the best bargains in materials

For more information contact

Support the Bath Lions Club

The Bath and District Lions Club is raising funds for playgrounds and parks in Bath by selling a limited number of 50/50 tickets. The winning ticket will be drawn on July 1st, 3 pm in Centennial Park.

Click here for details


  • be there for the Official Ceremonies
  • hear who won the 50/50 draw
  • dance to the Live Music
  • cool off on the Firemen’s Foam
  • play in the KIDS ZONE and
  • shop the great Vendors.


United Empire Loyalist Cemetery Dedications &
War of 1812 Veterans Grave Marking Ceremonies

On July 1st beginning at 10 am at the corner of Church Street ( County Road 7 ) and the east side of Academy there will be a dedication of the St. John’s Anglican Cemetery by the Bay of Quinte Branch of United Empire Loyalists and St. John’s Anglican Church followed by the Grave Marking of the War of 1812 Veterans buried at St. John’s.

Following the ceremony at St. John’s, the Canadian Fencibles will march to Bath United Church for a dedication 1812 Grave Marking at 10:45 am.
Come out to honour your Loyalist ancestors that help to build the Village and protect the Country during her hour of need.

The Dedications and War of 1812 Veteran Grave marking Ceremonies are being hosted by:
United Empire Loyalists / Bay of Quinte Branch
St. John’s Anglican Church
Bath United Church
Loyalist Parkway Museum Coalition
Canadian Fencibles


2019 Vendors

Click on the Vendors button for Vendor Instructions and Registration Forms.

Help Us Celebrate Past Canada Day Celebrations