Author: Enrique Miranda

WASAGA BEACH SANTA PARADE

Bright lights parade lit up Wasaga Beach The Christmas season descended on Wasaga Beach on November 25th as people lined up along the route for the Santa Claus parade. Amazing bands, sensational floats, and candy canes for the kids were all part of the excitement. At the final destination (RecPlex and Oakview Woods Gazebo) there was a tree lighting ceremony where hot dogs and hot chocolate were served. Float and group winners were: Worsley Elementary School, 2nd Wasaga Beach Scout Group, Edenvale Classic Aircraft Foundation, Town of Wasaga Beach Public Works Dept., St. Louis Bar and Grill, and The...

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MAYOR’S CHRISTMAS DINNER

Christmas with the mayor The third annual Mayor’s Smith Family Christmas Dinner was held at the RecPlex on December 9th with over 200 special guests attending. 75 volunteers helped decorate the hall, prepared & served a delicious turkey dinner with all the trimmings, made sure that all the children & teenagers received a gift from Santa and then cleaned it all...

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WILD WING BUSINESS AFTER 5

An After 5 with lots of flavour The Wasaga Beach Chamber of Commerce holds a Business After 5 networking event on the last Thursday of every month. The November 30th event was hosted by Wild Wing at Stonebridge Town Centre in Wasaga Beach. Wild Wing is famous for its mouth-watering Canadian raised chicken wings that are served with 101 incredible flavour options. Whether you come with family or friends, your visit at Wild Wing is sure to be...

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WITCHES WALK

Witches walked the streets Stayner’s downtown was awash with witches, as the fourth annual Witches Walk took place on November 3rd. This new tradition draws hundreds of people, either in costume or those who just want to see the spectacle. Passports for the night were $10, and participants were encouraged to stop into each of the businesses listed to get a stamp. All proceeds from the passports were donated to the Stayner Door Youth...

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REMEMBRANCE DAY WASAGA BEACH

Lest We Forget The Remembrance Day service in Wasaga Beach always occurs the Sunday before November 11th, because the service is run by the Stayner Branch of the Royal Canadian Legion, which focuses its resources on the Stayner Remembrance Day service on November 11th. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Wasaga Stars...

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