Canada’s 150th Birthday is a national celebration — and Stone & South is celebrating as well! Gananoque is bursting with activity.
Town Hall Park is bursting with activities on Canada Day! The events are free — and so are the hot dogs and the live music — and there are plenty of things to do including a dog show, two hockey shows, hay wagon rides, inflatables, a petting zoo, and a kids zone.
The Great 1000 Islands Ducky Race will be held at Confederation Park at 10AM on Saturday, followed by the Huck Finn Fishing Derby. After the fishing is done, there will be a Canada Day cake to celebrate the birthday of our wonderful country.
The Gananoque Boatline is holding their EH! TEAM! cruise, featuring a tribute to classic Canadian musical artists. If you’re nineteen or older and want to celebrate Canada’s birthday with a party floating on the St. Lawrence River, this is the Canada Day activity for you.
Honouring past, present, and future members of Canada’s military, the Legion Rider’s Memorial Park Dedication begins at 2PM. This ceremony is being held in the park adjacent to the bridge over Gananoque River, right off of King Street West.