Over in Memorial Park, you’ll find live entertainment on the Till- sonburg Hydro stage throughout the day, plus a huge selection of in- flatables and interactive activities for kids. The Station Arts Creative Imaginations Festival also returns this year to help kids indulge their creativity. Other entertainment options will include roller skating in Memo- rial Arena, a vendor market and the brand new Honda Jr. Red Riders area sponsored by Gopher Dunes. “It’s a hands-on area where kids can learn about motorcycle safety,” says Anderson. “The Canine Wa- tersports competition is back, and of course, the Home Hardware out- door movie at dusk is always a pop- ular attraction. Sunday, June 18 On Father’s Day, it’s all about Dad (and his awesome family, of course!). “The ATV Madness competition- will pit rider against rider in a vari- ety of challenges, including a mud pit,” says venue organizer, Rick Cox. The Terrapin Toss is a brand new catapult-style event headed up by CJDL Engineering’s Matt Sweetland. Add live music to the mix, more inflatables, food, vendors and flying dogs, and you’ll be hard-pressed not to have a great time. Just don’t forget to wear sunscreen! For more details, visit www.turtlefest.ca.

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This trio of three sisters—Haley, Hannah and Cassie Van Maele—will sing and pick their way into your heart with clas- sic and modern country music. Small Town Girls Friday, June 16, 6:30 p.m. - Downtown

This stellar cast of musical peers and friends not only share a common love of Western Swing music, but together cre- ate a sound that fuses the old with the new, paying homage to the roots of tra- ditional music in their own “new classic” original songs. Western Swing Authority Friday, June 16, 7:00 p.m. - Downtown

Winner of the 2016 CCMA Discovery Award, Eric has shared the stage with the likes of Brett Kissel, Eric Church and Florida Georgia Line. An energetic performer, he’s just released his hot de- but single, “Liquor’s Callin’ the Shots.” Eric Ethridge Friday, June 16, 8:30 p.m. - Downtown

For five years in a row, Marshall has been nominated for Male Artist of the Year at the CMAO Awards. The son of a preacher, Marshall’s songs are per- meated with themes of love, home and kindness. Marshall Dane Friday, June 16, 10:00 p.m. - Downtown

VIP tickets available! Get the best seats on the block, 4 drinks and fresh nibbles all night long. Call 519.842.4281 to order.


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