What is there to do around here?
tourism guides which are also great resources for all of the fun activities happening in our neighbourhood.
Finally, if you can’t get your hands on a tourism guide and if you can’t find any events online, then Cornwall Seaway News has you covered. Every week we publish a list of Community Events in our paper and throughout the summer, we also publish a list of festivals in our Scuttlebutt section.
Here is a list of events that took place this past weekend, all of which were advertised in at least one of the locations I mentioned above:
R. H. Saunders Dam 60th anniversary celebration Hospice Butterfly Release The Duvy Cup Kicks for a Cause Martintown Strawberry Festival A Psychic Fair at the Nav Centre The 130th Maxville Fair As for this coming weekend, well, it is Canada Day isn’t it, and we have a full list of the Canada Day celebrations happening in Cornwall and SD&G printed in a section in this very edition of Cornwall Seaway News.
So, when I see people comment on Facebook and in other places that there is nothing going on or that there is nothing for kids in Cornwall and the Counties, I really don’t know what they’re talking about.
Finally, if you still feel that you have too much time on your hands and not enough to do, then consider volunteering with one of these many great organizations that put on these events. Volunteering is free, it only costs you your time and offers great opportunities and experiences, especially for young people.
What do you think readers? Have a great event this summer you want to share? Or want to comment on this column? Email me a letter to the editor at email@example.com