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Tuesday, July 1, 2014

Burnaby Village Museum

11am-4:30pm
Free Admission
Carousel Rides $2.50
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It's a Party! Burnaby Village Museum hosts one of Burnaby’s Official Canada Day celebrations offering visitors the backdrop of its 1920s village streets, family entertainment including a musicians, displays and demonstrations. Admission is free on this day and all season. 

There's something for everyone to enjoy: children can join in the heritage games, get their face painted and have a laugh with children’s entertainers. There is an official parade, with a bag piper and colour party in attendance. 

Edmonds Park

Free Admission
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11am-2:30pm
Celebrate Canada Day at Edmonds Park (formerly Richmond Park) adjacent to the Edmonds Community Centre with games, multi-cultural entertainment, activities and food!

11am - Official Opening of the Plaza in Edmonds Park
It's the first anniversary of the Edmonds Community Centre, and we're celebrating again. Be sure to drop by at 11am for the official opening of the Plaza in Edmonds Park.

Join the Edmonds' Canada Day FLASHMOB!

Find out more including, how to sign up and training dates.

Swangard Stadium

Doors: 5pm, Show: 6:30pm
Free Admission
Limited to the first 4200 patrons
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Burnaby’s premier Canada Day concert is coming to Swangard Stadium!

The City of Burnaby is excited to bring a free, family-friendly Canada Day concert to Swangard Stadium on July 1. Headlining this new event will be Canadian Folk-Rock legends Spirit of the West. Also appearing will be Dear Rouge and Dustin Bentall and the Smøkes.

With stellar local acts followed by a display of fireworks, this free event is the ideal way to celebrate Canada’s 147th birthday.

About Spirit of the West
The band that became Spirit of the West began as a Folk trio called Evesdropper in Vancouver over 20 years ago. 12 albums later, they have proven themselves to be road-worthy and durable, having toured Canada, the US, UK and Europe consistently, building a dedicated following of fans from all over the world.

They have four gold and two platinum albums to their credit, and are responsible for such songs as Home For a Rest, And if Venice is Sinking, Five Free Minutes, Save This House, and The Crawl. The bands newest album Star Trails is their first studio recording in several years. 

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