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(Cancelled) HUNDREDS TO EAT TOGETHER AT PICNIC ON DARTMOUTH WATERFRONT

PICNIC IN PARK REVISED POSTER

CANCELLED: Downtown Dartmouth Picnic in the Park

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Pi­cnic in the Park has been CANCELLED due to weather. Friday is calling for rain, and Saturday the gro­unds will be too wet for set-up.

For more information, contact Crystal at 902-466-2997 or crystal@downtowndart­mouth.ca

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Downtown Dartmouth is  excited to partner with  Alderney Landing to host  the first-ever PICNIC IN  THE  PARK  on Friday, May 26, 2017 from  5:30 -9 p.m. at  Ferry  Terminal Park.  The  event  is  a  gigantic  FREE  community celebration offering live  music, cultural demonstrations, children’s  activities  and much more.  Guests  are  invited to bring their own picnic blankets  and food from  home, or they can purchase  a  meal  from  a  downtown Dartmouth business (a  list  of participants  can be  found at  www.downtowndartmouth.ca)   The  picnic  area  will  be adorned with hundreds  of twinkly lights! Picnic  in the  Park is  made  possible  by financial  support  from  the  Province  of Nova  Scotia  and BoyneClarke  LLP.   Mix 96.5 is  the  official  radio sponsor for the  event. The  rain  date  for  Picnic  in  the  Park  is  Saturday, May 27, 2017. To learn  more  visit  www.downtowndartmouth.ca  Media   Here’s  a quick  agenda for  the  evening:   5:30 p.m.   The  site  is  open.  Guest  are  welcomed by  The  Roving Steins:  a  7-piece  German band dressed in full  lederhosen.  Everyone  can wander the  park to enjoy these  all-ages  activities: —- Fishing on the  wharf with Little  Fishers Flower crown and paper airplane  making  Tickle  trunk dress-up tent  with the  Royal  Nova  Scotia  International  Tattoo Bouncy castles  6:30 p.m. Guests  are  encouraged to take  their places  for eating.   There  will  be  an official welcome, then it’s  dinner time. Approx. 7 p.m. Cultural  Dance  and Musical  Demonstrations: — Highland dance  and piper from  the  Royal  Nova  Scotia  International  Tattoo May Pole  demonstration by the  2nd  Dartmouth Girl  Guides  and  The  Roving Steins Approx. 7:30 p.m. Ced, Marty &  Dave  take  the  stage  to get  the  crowd dancing with their awardwinning brand of R&B, soul  and blues  music.   The  bouncy castles  and park activities  remain open. At  dusk (approx. 8:45) Sparklers  will  be  distributed to adults  18 years  of age  and over.   They will be  lit  on cue, and a  group photo of the  crowd will  be  taken from  above  to kick off Canada  150 Celebrations  in downtown Dartmouth.

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Source: Media Release

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