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Timmins, ON – Timmins’ patriotic display of extreme fireworks, produced by Dreamcatcher Fireworks, and locally sponsored will be executed to a musical simulcast on local radio stations KiSS FM (99.3), and MOOSE FM (93.1) at 10:30 pm on July 1.
The Timmins Celebrates Canada Day Committee would like to thank the following Canada Day fireworks sponsors:
Carpetman Carpet One
Debastos & Sons Ltd.
Kerr Crane Service
Mikey’s General Sales & Repair
The Miller Group
- Lacroix Plumbing & Heating
Northern Allied Supply Steel Service Centre
Panels & Pipes
Pro Pipe Construction
Provost Roofing Ltd.
Robert Rubino & Sons Trucking Ltd.
Steeltec Welding & Contracting
The Bucket Shop
On July 1 from 11 am to 1 am, head to the Mountjoy Historical Conservation Area on Riverside Drive (Participark), to participate in all of the FREE Canada Day activities.
The official ceremonies will take place on the main stage at 12 pm, followed by a cake cutting and cupcake distribution. Fireworks will take place at 10:30 pm.
9 am Morning Yoga with Rebel Soul Tribe at the public beach at the bridge
11 am Event Open Participark
11 am Canada Day Marketplace and Mountjoy Farmer’s Market
11 am to 1 am Food and Beverage
12 pm to 1 am Opening Ceremonies & Cake Cutting
1 pm to 7 pm Children’s FREE Activity Zone
1 pm to 9 pm Canada Day Mattagami River Pontoon Cruises (see schedule/fees below)
MAIN STAGE—Afternoon & Evening Programme (Yoga by Rebel Soul Tribe will take place between band changes)
1 pm Indigenous Drum & Dance
2 pm Daryll & Daryll
3 pm Sabrina & The Fam Jam
4 pm Estelle & John
5 pm Coldwater
6 pm The Canadian Stompper Taw Connors, a tribute to Stompin Tom Connors
10:15 pm Paul Woodward – Acknowledgement of fireworks sponsors
10:30 pm Fireworks
11 pm Cindy Doire presents Panorama with Special Guest SCARLETT JANE
Schedule and times subject to change without notice. For updates, visit Facebook/Timmins Canada Day Celebrations
CANADA DAY Pontoon Cruise Information: You must reserve your Canada Day Cruise provided by WildExodus online at https://wildexodus.com/cruises/
These are guided two-hour sightseeing pontoon boat cruise on the Mattagami River.
Departures from Mattagami River Boat Launch.
Canada Day Pontoon Cruise Schedule
1 pm $30
3 pm $30
5 pm $30
7 pm $30
Two of Timmins great events are now open for Vendor / Exhibitor Registration AND for Food Vendor Registration!
Canada Day – Monday July 1st –
The Great Canadian Kayak Challenge & Festival – August 23, 24, 25 –
Please note there are deadlines to adhere to.
or (705) 360-2600 ext 3785
Plans for the City of Timmins celebration of Canada Day 2019 are well underway.
The Steering Committee invites vendors and exhibitors to register. The forms are now available for download – BLANK 2019 Canada Day Exhibitor Vendor Marketplace Registration Pkg
The Steering Committee invites all food vendors to submit their application. These forms are available for downlowd – Blank 2019 Canada Day Food Vendor Application Form
A schedule of events for the 2019 Canada Day Celebrations will soon be made available.
For volunteer opportunities, please contact the Tourism Timmins office – (705) 360-2600 ext. 3785
Activities In Timmins March 2019 <–click here to download
Includes March Break 2019 activities.
The award-winning 11th Annual Great Canadian Kayak Challenge & Festival is now open for registrations for food vendor booths and exhibitor booths for the annual Marketplace are now open and ready for download.
Please visit www.thegreatcanadiankayakchallenge.com to get your copy.
See you at the festival!
Date: January 18, 2019
For Immediate Release
TOURISM TIMMINS CALLING ON MUSICIANS FOR SUMMER CONCERT SERIES
Timmins, ON – The music scene is thriving in the City with the Heart of Gold, and Tourism Timmins is issueing a public call to musicians interested in performing this summer.
Tourism Timmins, James Toyota, la Caisse Populaire, Alliance and Tim Hortons are proud to present the 10th Annual Summer Concert Series hosted at the Schumacher Lion’s McIntyre Park, and the 5th Annual at Bannerman Park in Porcupine. DJ Taz will be back once again and will be working alongside Tourism Timmins to provide a high energy show each and every week of the Summer Concert Series.
“With the ongoing Hollinger Park remediation work and based on last year’s success of hosting the Summer Concert Series from the Schumacher Lion’s McIntyre Park we will once again stage the 10-week Wednesday evening production from the Goldcorp Pavillion at the beautiful and scenic Schumacher Lion’s McIntyre Park,” said Manager of Tourism and Events Guy Lamarche. The east end series will be hosted from the scenic Bannerman Park overlooking Porcupine Lake. “Members of the Lion’s Club and the Bannerman Park Committee put in countless hours maintaining and beautifying these parks, which are often under-utilized. We hope to create better awareness of these two gems with each featuring a covered pavilion and ample parking.”
“DJ Taz is excited to be working alongside Tourism Timmins to continue the tradition of providing residents and visitors with quality, live music every week. This long standing tradition is appreciated by the thousands of residents who support the program each and every year and by our many talented artists who get to share their passion with the many in attendance each week. To be a part of this exciting tradition is like a dream come true” said Peter Lawryniw of DJ Taz.
Tourism Timmins is inviting musicians to apply for any of the following:
Summer Concert Series – McIntyre Park: June 26, July 3, 10, 17, 24,31, August 7, 14, 21, 28 (6pm-9pm)
Summer Concert Series – Bannerman Park: July 11, 25, August 08, 22 (6pm-9pm)
Applications are available through tourismtimmins.com or in-person at Tourism Timmins (325 Second Ave).
The deadline for musicians to submit their applications is noon on Friday, May 3, 2019.
Additional Information: Guy Lamarche, Manager Tourism and Events
Hard copy applications are available at:
325 Second Avenue – Timmins Museum NEC
Monday to Friday: 8:30 a.m. to 12 p.m., 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.