Canada Day celebrations are in full preparation mode and the Multicultural Heritage Society needs help to put it all together on the big day at Fort George Park for July 1.
The day includes entertainment at the bandshell, free cake, games and activities for children, as well as opening ceremonies beginning at noon including the announcement of the nominees for the Prince George Community Foundation's Citizen of the Year, and the presentation by Bob Zimmer, MP, of the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medals. The concessions featuring ethnic foods is always one of the highlights.
Volunteers are needed for morning set up from 8 to 11 a.m., evening take down from 6 to 9 p.m., parking and gate attendants, people to hand out flags, programs and lapel pins.
Organizers need help with concession sales as well as runners who tend to whatever is needed around the park.
For more information call the Multicultural Heritage Society at 250-563-8525 or drop by the office at 535 Dominion Street.