Many Canadians Say Now is the Time to Bid ArriveCAN App Goodbye

 

Jayna Smith
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Many Canadian mayors and businesses in border towns are appealing to their government to drop the requirement of the ArriveCAN app.  The app, they say, is keeping Americans out of the country during what should be the start of a busy tourism season.  

The requirement of the ArriveCAN app began amidst the pandemic.  It allows travelers to report their trips into Canada, while also providing their health information surrounding COVID-19.

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Fox & Hen Pub Opens Downtown

 

Jayna Smith
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Since Michael and Barbara Intondi opened Riverview Restaurant at 421 Main Street just over a year ago, the fine dining experience has been well received, in addition to the downtown business’s beautiful facade.  

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Rhubarb Festival

 

June 11 was a perfect weather day for the Rhubarb Festival, with eager volunteers; 325+/- attendees; local and live music; obstacle course and games; a critter petting area; sold-out food vendors; brilliant teachers of everything-to-know-about-rhubarb; a tasting table and competition cooks; a 1950 Ford truck that matched the art on the poster, the truck by Katie McPhee, and poster by AHD designs, Giclee printmaking with rhubarb leaves and amazing art teacher Bobbi Tardif; and more.  (Kendall Farm Cottages & Event Barn photo) 

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