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Music, movie and fireworks highlight Vernon Canada Day evening festivities

Fireworks sponsors Clay Riley, general manager of Lake City Casino and Match Eatery & Public House (from left), Vernon Mayor Rob Sawatzky and Anita Whitby, manager of guest services for Lake City Casino and Match Eatery & Public House, announce free Canada Works evening festivities at Vernon
Fireworks sponsors Clay Riley, general manager of Lake City Casino and Match Eatery & Public House (from left), Vernon Mayor Rob Sawatzky and Anita Whitby, manager of guest services for Lake City Casino and Match Eatery & Public House, announce free Canada Works evening festivities at Vernon's army camp.
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The City of Vernon will celebrate Canada Day with a free, family-friendly evening of music, movies and spectacular fireworks at the DND Grounds starting at 7:30 p.m. on July 1.

The evening will start with a performance by the Legendary Lake Monsters, followed by an outdoor movie at approximately 9:30 p.m.

The fireworks display — sponsored by the City of Vernon, Lake City Casino/Match Eatery & Public House and Heritage Canada — is  scheduled to begin at 10:30 pm. Other event sponsors include Big Steel Box of Vernon, Allan Francis Pringle Law Firm, Sutton Group Lakefront Realty and Jonathon McMurray’s Vernon and area A&W restaurants.

 

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