If you’re a fan of poutine, and who isn’t? then this weekend is just for you.
The first ever Sault Ste. Marie Poutine Feast hosted by the Downtown Association and the Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site will host 9 poutine food trucks over the long Canada Day weekend.
The feast begins Friday June 28th and runs until Monday July 1st in the parking lot of the Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site (800 Bay St) + Queen Street East Heritage Square Parking lot. The 9 food vendors include, Mrs. Mini Donuts, Fat Les’s, Miss Ellie’s, Upper Deck,
Smokin RR’s ,BBQ Babes, Herbert’s Fries, Hot Dog Cart and Mr. Swirl The feast begins each day at 11am to 9pm and on Monday July 1st 11am to 7pm
Need something to wash all that pountine down? Enjoy local beer from Outspoken Brewing, Music from 12noon to 7pm Canada Day and open mic throughout the week.
There’s more than just delicious poutine, for the kids there’s TreeTop Adventure obstacle corse, giant zorbs, bouncy slides, princesses, Jr. Gardeners program, lots of giant jumbo and lawn games!