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City Hall Sounds to Feature Local Food, Live Music

Aug. 2, 2013 – Local food and Thunder Bay’s vibrant arts community will be featured in McGillivray Square this month during City Hall Sounds.

City Hall Sounds, an initiative of the Crime Prevention Council’s Strong Neighbourhoods Working Group, will run Thursdays between Aug. 8 and Aug. 29, from noon to 1 pm, in front of Thunder Bay City Hall. The events will feature live musical performances, arts and crafts, and local food and produce.

“Ensuring public spaces are well-used and vibrant is a powerful way to build safe communities,” said Amy Siciliano, Coordinator – Thunder Bay Crime Prevention Council. “City Hall Sounds will bring the community together to relax, enjoy some of Thunder Bay’s cultural offerings, and get to know each other.”

The first City Hall Sounds event, scheduled for Aug. 8, will feature a musical performance by Robin Ranger and arts and crafts activities hosted by the Community Arts and Heritage Education Project.

In addition, fresh produce will be available from Roots to Harvest youth volunteers, and Pinetree Catering will be on-hand selling locally-sourced lunches from their food truck.

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Contact: Amy Siciliano, Coordinator – Thunder Bay Crime Prevention Council, 631-4422