Canada Day fireworks to be held at Kin Beach

Last chance to win VIP tickets to show will be at the Canada Day festivities at Polson Park

Canada Day Festivities will conclude Monday with the annual firework show at Kin Beach in Vernon.

Craftsman Collision will be drawing VIP ticket winners at their shop location Wednesday, June 26 at 11 a.m.

Winners will be notified to pick up their wristbands to get them into the best fireworks vantage point, the Craftsman Collision 2019 Canada Day Fireworks VIP viewing area at the beach.

The last chance to win VIP tickets will be at the Canada Day festivities at Polson Park. Look for the Craftsman Collision tent near band shell and enter your name in the specially marked draw box. Winners will be announced at the park at 3 p.m.

For the fourth straight year, Craftsman Collision is the the title sponsor for the 2019 fireworks.

The fireworks display will follow a day of free family fun at Polson Park from 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. The fireworks will be the spectacular grand finale of July 1 Canada Day celebrations, and held at Okanagan Lake’s Kin Beach in Vernon.

Related: Vernon Canada Day celebrations unveiled

Related: Vernon’s gearing up for second “Canada Living Flag”

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