Downtown celebration postponed in Rossland

As a result of the recent heavy snowfall and a delay in construction, the Downtown Rossland Celebration will be held on Nov. 3.

As a result of the recent heavy snowfall and a delay in the final phases of construction, the Downtown Rossland Celebration will now be held on Nov. 3.

“Although it was a difficult decision to reschedule, we want to ensure a safe and completed downtown for all to enjoy,” Rossland Mayor Greg Granstrom said. “There are only a few final touches to be added, but we feel it’s prudent to wait until Nov. 3.”

The party will still begin at 12 p.m. and carry on until 4 p.m. with music, food, Kidzone activities and shopping. The ribbon-cutting ceremony and community photo will also still take place, so please come out with your bikes, strollers or rollerblades to proceed down Columbia Avenue.

The schedule for the ribbon-cutting and photo remains as:

2 pm – head to Columbia Ave and St. Paul intersection (Alpine Grind area)

2:20pm – ribbon-cutting ceremony at Columbia Ave and St. Paul

2:20 – 2:30 – community procession down Columbia Ave – bring your wheels –

bikes, strollers, rollerblades

2:30 – history is made – a community photo it taken near Harry Lefevre Square

2:40 – head to Washington Street for cake or Harry Lefevre Square for music

Volunteers are still needed, so please contact Renee Clark at the Rossland Chamber of Commerce at 250-362-5666 if you are able to join the fun.

For more information on events, please visit the Chamber of Commerce website.

 

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