AuthenticCanada Daycelebration returns to British Columbia'sPenticton, full of sunshine, music and food 1 It's day.
This event was sponsored by the Downtown Penticton Association (DGA). The Pentikton Society was finally excited to welcome the masses to Griot Park.
"It has been very difficult in the last few years," said Brett Turner, Executive Director of DGA. "You can meet face-to-face, take your family, enjoy activities, enjoy food trucks, enjoy sunny days. If nothing else, it's all after the blockade.
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Penticton Mayor John Vasiraki and city council members also attended the festival. The city has been unable to host a major Canada Day celebration since 2019.
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"We're it I've tried a few years to host it, and it's been canceled, moved, and pushed away, "Turner said. DGA has worked closely with downtown businesses to find a way to host a complete event. "We are all fortunate to be able to host the event directly, and the pandemic behind us is getting more and more influential."
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All ages Layers checked the festival and the children of Pentikton were delighted to celebrate Canada Day.
"It's so nice, it's great to see everyone's face without looking at everyone's eyes. It's great to see how happy everyone is," said a resident of Penticton. Eda said.
"I'm glad you sang the Okanagan song today. Especially since last year's Canada Day, we put it on hold for past housing students. All about Aborigini It was nice to be able to see people in orange shirts, especially companies, incorporating this aspect, "added another resident, Grace.
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