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Downtown Summer Celebration 2017

By July 20, 2017 No Comments

Downtown Cornwall promises to be wall-to-wall sales, smiles and smells as the 2017 edition of the Downtown Summer Celebration gets underway.

Select businesses within the Downtown BIA will be staying open late, offering special discounts and celebrating from July 27 to 30. With thousands of Cornwall residents and visitors expected to congregate in and around Lamoureux Park for Cornwall Ribfest, as well as the annual Watchtower Convention at the civic complex, business owners felt it is a great time to put their best downtown foot forward.

“Summer is always a popular time and we see an increase in the number of people in our beautiful downtown,” said DBIA chair Brenda Campbell. “With events like the Downtown Summer Celebration it makes the experience for individuals that much sweeter.”

Businesses will make individual decisions about how they wish to take part in the Downtown Summer Celebration. We’ll be updating our list of participants in real time as they reach out to us with their plans.

See the list of Downtown Summer Celebration participants below:

 

Gordon Jewellers: Participating July 27-29 with tax included on all sales, with the exception of Q-Ray bracelets.

Laser Advance Spa: Extended hours – open both July 29 and 30.

Schnitzel’s European Flavours: Drink specials including $20 on select pitchers of beer, and $1 per ounce wine on-tap (some restrictions apply).

Cailuan Gallery: Painting live on site each day.

Kid’s Korner: Open late throughout the weekend, summer clearance¬†sidewalk sale.

Life’s Little Pleasures: A sidewalk sale with 50 per cent off items as well as other in-store incentives.

Kings and Little Ones Barber Shop:25 per cent off ManSoap all-natural products, including beard oils, beard balms, and small batch cold process soaps.
The Squire Shop:A sidewalk sale Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
Love Yoga: Free yoga class on Friday the 28th at 9:15 am.
Alpins Interiors: Selected bedding up to 70 per cent off Thursday through Saturday.