Gull Lake’s Canada 150 Parade started today at 10:30 am with 54 registered entries. Two RCMP officers in their Red Serge lead the Parade followed by Parade Marshall World War II Veteran Dwight Small. The Streets were lined with many spectators who came out to see the well-decorated parade entries. Tonight there will be a street dance from 7 pm to 1 pm with fireworks at 10:30. Below are photos of today’s parade:
The Gull Lake Canada 150 Committee was busy today getting ready for tomorrows “Canada 150 Celebrations.” Come down the Hall for a pancake breakfast at the Community Hall starting at 8 am. Golden West Radio will be set up in the hall doing some interviews and helping promote the event.
The parade lineup will take place at 10:00 am and commence at 10:30 am. The parade promises to be one of the best parades with 52 entries. There is one minor last-minute change in the parade route. The parade will not be going through the Autumn House parking lot instead; the parade will turn South on Parker and go to First Street.
Activities will include, a Show & Shine, Trade Show, Games at Cresent Point Pool, Supper and more. At 7 pm, the community street dance kicks off with music by the band Blind Monday. There will be fireworks at 10:30 pm and pizza will be delivered at 11 pm. See the poster below for a full list of events and times on the poster below: