From the Editor
Music lovers: Celebrate Canada 150 at the 2017 Scugog Summer Jam
**This summer as you know is Canada’s 150th birthday. I wanted to bring your attention to what’s happening right here in Durham Region for the celebrations. Durham Tourism launched the www.durham150.ca website on June 7th at a special event in Regional Headquarters. The website highlights all tourism-related Canada 150 events and initiatives taking place in Durham Region in celebration of Canada’s 150th . Below is a guest post from Durham150.ca about an event that will be of interest to music lovers.**
There’s no better way to celebrate Canada 150 than with the sights and sounds of Canadian musical talent at the 2017 Scugog Summer Jam!
KX96 and 94.9 The Rock present the 2017 Scugog Summer Jam, taking place June 30 to July 2, at the Port Perry Fairgrounds.
If you’re a music lover, you will want to spend Canada’s birthday weekend checking out various homegrown musicians. On Friday, June 30, catch Big Wreck with special guests the Pick Brothers Band and The Bomb. Plus, Juno nominee Aaron Pritchett with special guests Brooklyn Roebuck and Marshall Dane will be featured on Saturday, July 1. On Sunday, July 2, local live entertainment will keep the party going.
Tickets are $35 in advance, $40 at the gate (which opens at 4 p.m. nightly), or $60 for a two-night combo. You can buy yours today by visiting ticketfly.com. Follow @scugogsummerjam on Twitter for the latest event news.
How do you plan on celebrating Canada 150? Tell us in the comments below!
About the Author
Wendy Chiavalon is the Editor-in-Chief of The Local Biz Magazine. She lives in Ajax with her family. She loves watching Pixar movies, salsa dancing, road trips and of course, baking and eating cakes (who wouldn’t)?! In her spare time, she doubles as a cake decorator, baking and decorating cakes and other goodies for special occasions. You can check out some of her work at www.wendyscakeshoppe.com and follow her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/wendyscakeshoppe