The good ol’ days remembered in Campbell River

Council agreed to spend $500 on large panels depicting the history of the city’s community builders and freemen

The city will share an exhibit of Campbell River’s past at this year’s third annual Heritage Day.

Council agreed to spend $500, from the Community Partnership Fund, on large panels depicting the history of the city’s community builders and freemen. The panels can be re-used at future events or at city hall. Heritage Day takes place Sat., Aug. 18 at Spirit Square from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. and celebrates the community’s past with performances from River City Players, museum puppets, vintage tractors, an historical fashion show and more.