1000+ at Meet Me On Main Street Winchester were ‘somewhere under the rainbow’

Seen in image above: A rainbow arced over the Joel Steele Arena during Meet Me On Main Street Wednesday night. In fact, if you look really closely you may see a second rainbow above it. Smith photo, Nation Valley News

Kelsey Smith
Nation Valley News

WINCHESTER —  It was estimated by many including North Dundas’ own Mayor, Eric Duncan, that over 1000 people gathered inside and outside the Joel Steele Arena, August 1.

The re-location to the arena from Sweet Corner Park was a wise decision considering the amount of rain that was acquired during that time, but it did not seem to hinder the turnout at all.

The finale of Meet Me On Main Street, 2018 edition, was filled with entertainment by the local celtic band, The Brigadoons. Children bounced off some energy on the bouncy castle provided by Southgate Church.

Tattoos, face painting, balloon animals, and popcorn were also enjoyed by children who attended the event.

Refreshments were made available by; Beau’s Brewery, Tuque de Broue, Smokie Ridge Vineyard, Triple B, Simply Baked Catering, Mr. Mozzarella, Winchelsea Events and Milano Pizzeria.

Many are hopeful that even with Mayor Eric Duncan soon to be stepping down, the North Dundas-based events will continue for years to come!


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