Early bird prices on food booths for Canada Day

Apply before May 23 to receive the special deduction

The July 1st Committee is announcing reduced prices on food booth applications for the Canada Day celebrations.

Lewis Park is going to be the centre for a Canada Day that will be an awesome way to celebrate Courtenay’s 100th birthday year.  Because 2015 is Courtenay’s Centennial the July 1st Committee will be offering the best music entertainment yet; and, to accommodate all the special opening ceremonies the main focus has been moved back into Lewis Park where all the booths will be.

The City of Courtenay offers free power hookup to the booths that require it as part of the application fee but remind all booth operators to ensure they have the correct power extension cables.

Get all your applications and information at City Hall or look on line at www:comoxvalleycanadaday.ca.

Non-commercial food booths will get the early registration fee of $100.  Commercial food booths will have the reduced price of $200.  Apply before May 23 to receive the special deduction.

For information call Courtenay City Hall at 250-334-4441.

 

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