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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 ni­cholas.see­bruch@tc.tc

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