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Canada celebrated its 151st birthday on Sunday and in Dryden there was no lack of things to do. Celebrations were held at both Skene Landing and Van Horne Landing with a little something for everyone.
Skene landing hosted the annual Kinsmen Dragon Boat races followed by the Polar Bear Plunge where some brave souls jumped into a pool full of ice.
The Dryden Police Service helped to raise over $3,000 for Special Olympics with the event.
Down at Van Horne Landing there were food vendors, games, rides, bouncy castle and live entertainment followed by the fireworks at night.