Our nations capitol is most definitely going to be one of the most popular celebration destinations this year. There are a flurry of free events and parties all year long, most notably at the Shaw Centre in partnership with CIBC. On July 1st join your fellow Canadians for a night of exquisite Canadian cuisine and watch the enormous fire works display through the Shaw Center’s glass walls and ceiling.
One of the most aesthetically pleasing provinces will host a 9 day festival in Larwill Park, a 2.7 acre space that will eventually be home to The Vancouver Art Gallery. The much anticipated festival dubbed ‘The Drum is Calling’ will feature acts from Canadian culture, specifically Native American and Aboriginal cultures and will take place July 22-30th.
The Waterfront and Redpath are teaming up to bring you free events starting July 1st- 3rd to honour Canada on this monumentuos birthday. Enjoy a long stroll and take in all of the sights and sounds that Toronto and Lake Ontario have to offer. More information on this three day event will be provided soon on toronto.ca.
Old Port in Montreal is putting on a show for the ages this year. Their free Canada day celebrations include a full day of activities on July 1st including; food trucks, gun salutes, musical performances, blow up jumpers for kids, street dancing and fireworks to cap off the night. They will also serve a massive birthday cake at 12:30 pm with an estimated 2,500 slices of cake for their guests.
Montreal’s annual Canada Day parade will also make its way through the streets of Old Port beginning at 11 am.
Being a Canadian company ourselves, Aura Effect recognizes the importance of this Canadian birthday for the entire country. Our Canadian pride is always shining but this year will be extra bright. Aura Effect will be offering discounts to clients of ours looking to throw a Canada Day celebration in style. Keep an eye on our website, www.glowfurniture.com for our upcoming Canada Day promotions and LED glow furniture packages to celebrate this great nation that we call home and are oh so proud to do so.
What a time to be Canadian, eh?