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June 25, 1998
Canada Day Celebrations Bash to Take Place at Thomson Park
  
City of Toronto, Scarborough Region's 1998 Canada Day Festivities will take
place Wednesday, July 1, at Thomson Memorial Park (northeast corner of Brimley
Road and Lawrence Avenue) all beginning at 9:00 a.m.

Fun filled activities are planned all day for the entire family. Activities
include: Scouts Canada Pancake Breakfast, Children?s Games, Face Painting,
Prizes and Giveaways, Pony Rides, Live Entertainment on two stages, a "Heart
Hike", and special events at the Scarborough Historical Museum.

The Canada Day Celebrations continue with the Scarborough Region's, 32nd annual
Canada Day Parade. Also Toronto Mayor Mel Lastman will be on hand for a cake
cutting Ceremony to honour the 25th anniversary of the official opening of the
Scarborough Civic Centre. Following the ceremony the parade gets under way at
6:00 p.m. at the Scarborough Civic Centre. The route is as follows: east on
Borough Drive to McCowan Road, south on McCowan Road to Brimorton Drive, west
on Brimorton to Brimley Road, north on Brimley Road to Borough Drive, and
finishing at the Scarborough Civic Centre after travelling east on Borough
Drive. Live Entertainment will take place at the Scarborough Civic Centre
throughout the duration of the Parade.


Media Contact
Paul McNabney
Coordinator, Special Events
City of Toronto
Park and Recreation
Scarborough Region
(416) 396-7810

 

 

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