Emily Duncan creates a flurry of bubbles during the Oak Bay Canada Day celebrations in 2012. Bubbles are again part of the celebration that starts at noon June 27 in front of municipal hall.

Oak Bay celebrates Canada on Friday

The Oak Bay Community Initiatives Committee and Recreation Oak Bay host a free family event at municipal hall

The Oak Bay Community Initiatives Committee and Recreation Oak Bay host a free family event at municipal hall on June 27.

Starting at noon the fun kids activities include a jumping castle, giant bubble-making, tennis and golf games, button making, temporary tattoos and face painting. Meet local heros as the Oak Bay Fire brings a fire truck and Oak Bay Police are there with a police car as well.

Free treats include cake, coffee, snow cones and hot dogs.

Monterey Recreation Centre Ukulele Club  will perform a few sets of family music. Come meet some of the summer camp staff from Recreation Oak Bay.


The party runs June 27 from noon to 2 p.m. on municipal hall grounds, 2167 Oak Bay Ave.



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