Start your day on July 1st with a Canada Day pancake breakfast hosted by the St. George firefighters up at the Fire Hall, 72 Main Street North, from 8 a. m. to 11 a. m.
For $2, visitors can get pancakes, sausage, juice and coffee.
There will also be treats for the children.
If you finish up around 11 am, you will be just in time to head downtown and catch the start of Jean St. Pierre’s tribute to Stompin’ Tom Connors on the Main Street.
And save some room for treats on the Main Street, like ice cream, or something from the benefit BBQ that will help raise money for the young daughters of Mary Ann Hodgson, the former owner of Scrapbook Heaven on St. George’s Main Street, who died recently at far too young an age.
You can also re-fuel later at King William Park with the Lions Club BBQ starting at 6 pm.