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Canada Day with the kids The Chilliwack Canada Day Celebrations offer a little something for people of all ages. There is, however, a strong emphasis placed on children’s activities. Whether they want to ride the Rotary Train, create crafts with the Arts Council or jump to their hearts content in a variety of bounce houses. They can take part in games or stop by the many booths who will host unique activities sure to please any child. Rosie Ribbonstar entertains children at Canada Day The ever popular Rosie Ribbonstar celebrations at Heritage Park last year. She returns this will also be on hand to entertain the children. year for fans of all ages. JENNA HAUCK/ PROGRESS FILE

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Heritage Park is the place to be to celebrate Canada Day in Chilliwack this Friday. The fun starts early and ends with a bang in the evening. Get things going with a pancake breakfast, hosted by the local Kiwanis Club of Sardis. Breakfast starts at 8 a.m. and runs until 11 on Floor 1 at Heritage Park. The cost is just $4 with proceeds going to the Chilliwack Special Olympics. The Chilliwack RCMP will be on hand to serve up the delicious fare. Also opening early is the Atchelitz Threshermen’s Association Heritage Village. The village, located adjacent to the Heritage Park grounds, will be open from 9 a.m. – 4 p.m. The displays depict early Fraser Valley life and include early steam and gasoline engines, tractors and machinery used in farming and industry dating back to the early 1900s. There’s also over 16,000 square feet of museum buildings displaying early household artifacts as well as horse drawn carriages, wagons and tillage equipment, vintage cars and more. Admission to the grounds is by donation. Canada Day at Heritage Park also offers a chance to explore Chilliwack’s deep agricultural roots. The Chilliwack Agricultural Society offers its ‘Salute to Agriculture’ and will have animals, displays, farm equipment and information on agriculture in the community. Dog lovers, meanwhile, won’t want to miss the Chilliwack 4-H Dog Club’s presentation. The club promises to delight the crowds with its dog agility demonstrations scheduled for 10 a.m., noon and 2 p.m. If you prefer four wheels to four paws, then be sure to catch the third annual Canada Day Car Continued: CANADA/ p17

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Canada Day schedule of events Pancake Breakfast 8:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Canadian Military Displays 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Salute to Agriculture 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Atchelitz Threshermen’s Heritage Village 9:00 a.m. start Children’s Activities 10:00 a.m. start

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Canadian Military Displays This year Canada’s military will be featured at Canada Day events at Heritage Park. There will be military equipment, uniforms and vehicles on display. There will be games for the kids including a flight simulator and remote control tanks. Equipment from the Canadian Military Education Centre will also be featured.

CANADA from p16 Show. You can take part in the ‘People’s Choice Awards’ where you can choose your favourite car! The first place prize is $200; second place takes $150 while third place wins $100. As evening falls, the entertainment continues. Evening stage

show starts at 8 p.m., with the action moving outside for the fireworks display at 10 p.m. Don’t forget to bring your blanket or lawn chair. Getting to the site is easy. There’s a complimentary bus service that will run from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and 7 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. It will start at the downtown termi-

nus on Main Street in front of the old Safeway store and proceed to Cottonwood Mall, Chilliwack Mall and on to Heritage Park – returning on the same route. There is plenty of parking on the site. Parking is by donation, with all funds going to support the Chilliwack Community Policing Society.

Dog Agility Demos 10:00 a.m., noon & 2:00 p.m. Fab Fourever Beatles Tribute 1:00 p.m. & 2:30 p.m. Children’s Entertainment 10:00 a.m. start Evening Stage Show 8:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m Fireworks 10:00 p.m. start

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Hard Day’s Night Go retro at this year’s Canada Day celebrations at Heritage Park on Friday. The 89.5 Retro Stage welcomes the return of the Fab Fourever Beatles Tribute Band. They’ll perform at 1 p.m. and 2:30 p.m. JENNA HAUCK/ PROGRESS FILE

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and nature reserves. Or you could grab your camera and go searching for the flora and fauna all around us. Visit the world class stops like Minter Gardens, or inspire your creative side with the many small home-based businesses popping up in our rural areas. Or indulge the kids with a fun-filled day of close-to-home attractions, from water slides and mini-golf to bumper boats and adventure playgrounds. You could even take a quiet evening stroll along the banks of a river, reflecting on your adventures, and then follow it up with dinner at a local restaurant.

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Company coming? If you’re expecting guests this summer, the staff at the Visitor Information office can help you make the most of their time in Chilliwack. From lakes and rivers, trails and attractions, leisurely activities and restaurants, the staff there can help you find your way. The office is also the best one-

stop source for local maps and information about Chilliwack and the surrounding areas. The office is located just off the Trans-Canada Highway, at 44150 Luckakuck Way, in front of Chilliwack Heritage Park. They can be reached at 604-8588121 or toll free at 1-800-567-9535.

Water Race Cultus Lake Water Park offers a great place to cool down on a hot summer day. JENNA HAUCK/ PROGRESS FILE

Looking for relaxation? You’ll be soaking it up in Harrison. Soothing mineral waters drawn from the nearby hot springs infuse the waters of the public pool in this sublime lakeside town. And the Harrison Festival of the Arts

Society has immersed the resort town in culture – one concert at a time – by pulling in music acts from around the world. To see the town at its best, take the kids to the annual Children’s Festival during the popular summer festival, or enjoy one of

the many concerts held in the intimate Harrison Memorial Hall. Hiking trails, campgrounds and water sports also abound, with 200 kms of shoreline and several smaller outlying lakes and waterfalls.

Historic community of Yarrow home to hundreds of skilled, hardworking farmers fleeing hardship in Russia. Yarrow continues to be predominately a farm community. However, it is also home to an eclectic array of artists and crafts people. A drive down Yarrow Central Road takes you past potters and carvers studios, stores and antique shops. And a drive through the town showcases some of our best farm operations. A cruise up Majuba Hill gives a panoramic overview of this special community.

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As the work week draws to a close, what better way to reconnect with the family than listening to live music at Central Community Park. Every Friday evening throughout the summer the park comes alive with Party In The Park. Bring a lawn chair, grab the kids and sit back and enjoy the entertainment. Hosted by Chilliwack Downtown BIA and this year sponsored by Coast Capital Savings, the event has become a summertime favourite. Throughout the summer neighbours meet neighbours as they pick through baskets of fresh local produce and whimsical crafts courtesy of the Farmers’ Market. They line the grassy surroundings of the park and listen to the live, local music coming from the main stage. They meander through the kids area, trying a bit of this and a bit of that. And the best thing is, there is no ticket to buy. Just come and be yourself. Popular entertainer and musician Trevor McDonald is coordinating the entertainment that will light up the stage and have you dancing until the end. Last year, special theme nights proved so popular organizers are bringing them back this year. For each of the eight nights, there will be a different theme. Watch for special themed nights and band line-ups on the Party in the Park Facebook page or in the Chilliwack Progress. Visitors from all over Chilliwack, as well as surrounding communities, come to Central Community Park to enjoy our wonderful party. This party will continue during the summer of 2011 so plan to join the party and catch the excitement. Central Community Park is located at the corner of Victoria and Young in Downtown Chilliwack.

There’s something special around every corner at Minter Gardens.

Minter’s garden delight Classic Car Show set for July 17 Call it a little piece of paradise right here in the Fraser Valley. Minter Gardens is a show piece of gardening splendor. The 12 themed gardens are designed to dazzle the senses with massive displays of artistic floral designs, many complemented by stunning water displays. But flowers are not the only thing you’ll find. On July 17 the Fraser Valley British Motor Club is partnering with Minter Gardens for its annual Classic Car Show. More than 100 mint condition, classic cars will

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