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Town of Burgeo supports the fireworks show for Burgeo Day and because of poor weather conditions, the Canada Day fireworks got carried over to Burgeo Day, which made for the incredible larger showing. Young and old alike enthusiastically shouted and cheered. Many suggested it was the best fireworks show the committee had ever produced.
It didn't take long before Route 480 were back onstage. Three songs in the band decided to do a favourite written by Ramea's Stan MacDonald Coxie Woxie and the dance floor was blocked. Unfortunately things came to a very quick standstill as the power went out! After about a hour wait, most of the audience starting moving back towards their campsites or towards the parking lot as there didn't seem to be anything anyone could do. Saturday morning when someone responded, they found a burnt out fuse in 10 minutes. Of course, all hands were disappointed that the band wasn't able to complete their gig, including Route 480 because even though they had performed at the festival before, this was their first time playing for a dance at the Sandbanks during the nighttime.
The audience was sad to hear that many Nike Air Presto Cream of the Sand and Sea Festival Committee members have decided to step down after many years.
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Guest speakers MP Judy Foote, Minister Joan Burke, MHA Kelvin Parsons and Mayor George Reid, who also cut the ribbon and cake for the opening ceremonies, all welcomed visitors and thanked the committee for the years they have put into the annual event.
Mr. Parsons joked that he had brought the sunshine to our area, rather than Ms. Foote who also suggested she had brought the good weather. Reverend Wilson Gonese said a prayer and asked for blessings for volunteers who are so important to any community.
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Everything moved inside the Burgeo Recreation Centre for Saturday and Sunday as the rains came. The Isle aux Morts Boys played for the dance on Saturday night and it was a wonderful time, the crowd getting increasingly bigger as the night grew on. Performing a mix of music to suit all ages, the band were a great bit of fun with one member putting on a different false face with every song he delivered.
A powerful and fun set was delivered by members Junior Strickland and Joe Cossar to a very enthusiastic crowd. The little ones were on the dance floor from the get go and after the first set, everyone settled down to watch the Burgeo Day fireworks show which was nothing short of spectacular.
On Sunday afternoon, Charlie Mercer entertained the kiddies for an hour and beautiful looking cupcakes and juice were provided to all. Turbulance from Stephenville took over the music. A poker walk ensued just before the ending ceremonies.
Before handing out a number of prizes, Co Chair Paulette Marsden once again invited the people in the audience to consider joining the Sand and Sea Festival Committee since six of seven members intend to step down. While chatting to members of the festival committee, most admitted that they are a bit burnt out with the number of years they have been involved. Many people don't realize that planning for the Sand and Sea Festival is a year long activity.
headliner for Friday afternoon, entertaining the kiddies with his Davy Gravy Magic and Music Show, and he also entertained the masses for the rest of the sunny afternoon, while poker walks and duck hunts took place. Following a roast beef supper hosted by Anglican Church Women at the Lions Community Centre, everyone headed back to the park for a dance with ANA Disco under a star filled sky.
members: Co Chairs Paulette Marsden and Florence Courtney, Ann Brayon, Edith Marsden, June Simms, Terry MacDonald, and Sandra Billard.
The 15th annual Sand and Sea Festival got off to a fine start on July 23 with welcomes from Co Chair Paulette Marsden who has been heading up the festival committee for 15 years.
Sunshine and blue skies stayed with the festival for two days and locals and visitors soaked it all up at the beautiful Sandbanks Provincial Park where the festival has been happening since begun by Burgeo Innovators in 1994.
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Many of the audience agreed that the festival must go ahead. It generates a lot of money and activity for the Burgeo area during that time. Many former residents plan their family holidays especially for this time and lots of out of town people have been coming to the festival for many years.
Town of Burgeo's Mayor George Reid gave special thanks to the committee Nike Air Presto Utility Green
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