Art in the Park moves event


The folks behind Art in the Park have severed ties with Northern Superior Brew N Cornfest over paid admission to the event.

Both events originally were planned for the Canal District , situated in behind Mill Square . However when Art in the Park organizers learned that those attending would have to cough up $20 admission to the venue, the board of the art show decided to pull out and move it to the area of the Mill Market.

The Art in the Park, a annual event normally held at the Bondar Pavilion showcases area artists who display their work for sale is organized by the Art’s Council of Algoma. Admission is never charged to the public. The art show and sale runs Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m

Meanwhile, the Cornfest will continue as planned on Saturday August 20 at the Canal district, with a line-up of entertainment set for the day including the final Tragically Hip concert live from Kingston Ontario will be shown on a big screen on the stage .  The Cornfest is run  by The Tech. The event is held in support of ARCH

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