Celebrate Labour Day with the Labour Council

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Recognizing 59 years as “The Voice Of Organized Labour,” the Sault Ste Marie and District Labour Council, affiliates and stakeholders will be marking Labour Day by inviting all union members and the public to a free workers’ appreciation family and friends event. This event will take place at the Roberta Bondar Park Pavilion on Monday Sept. 3rd, 2018. This year’s themes are “Pharmacare for Everyone” and “Buy Canadian.”

A Labour Solidarity Rally will kick-off the day’s events at 11:30 a.m. Beginning from the Bondar Pavilion parking lot, the rally will travel east on Foster Drive, continuing on to Russ Ramsay Way, north on Brock, west on Queen, south on Elgin and back. Rally Participants are invited to gather at 11:20am.

To top this off, Labour will provide fun family activities beginning at noon with free food by the M&M’s BBQ crew. Come enjoy live music, face painting, cotton candy and popcorn.

The Motorcycle Show and Shine event will once again be hosted by the local Iron Workers Motorcycle Club with People’s Choice awards and prizes for the top show bikes.

If you are or know a high school students who need community volunteer hours please contact Darrell Czop – Labour Day Chair [email protected] Hope  to see you there,

 

5 COMMENTS

  1. Like anything else with a motor, yes you can be killed. From snow machines, to quads, riding lawnmowers, cars, trucks, airplanes and poorly constructed spaceships, all can be dangerous. I have been a rider for fifty years and I have never been killed. Of course drinking and riding, inattentiveness, playing with your phone and excessive speed will all contribute to an early demise. Better you head on out to support this community event. Wear your winter ear muffs and you will be fine.

    • Junkers, that is hilarious to say the least. No one cares if you don’t like the sound. Loud pipes save lives. Too many critics in the Sault when good people try to organize events for the city.

      • and i dont care that they dont care, you can believe they save lives if you want to but way too many people are killed on them.

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