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Sunday August 4th, 2013

Posted at 10:00am

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The Save Ojibway Music Fest takes place in Sandwich Towne this Tuesday afternoon.

The festival will feature Arvel Bird, International International Award-Winning Celtic Fusion Recording Artist, and is billed as a day of celebration, gathering and fundraising. Profits from ticket sales and and some other fundraising endeavors will go to the three groups that are currently in action to save Ojibway and the surrounding area.

There will be food available for purchase by Vito’s Pizzeria, and it will feature arts, craft, baked goods raffle tickets, 50/50 draws and more.

Elaine Weeks of Walkerville Publishing will on hand selling her book 500 Ways to Know You’re From Windsor, and will donating $10 of every sale of her book during the event to the cause.

The festivals runs from 1pm till 9pm at the Mackenzie Hall Gazebo. Tickets are $12 for Adults, and free for children 12 and under. There is a $5 suggested donation for Elders/Seniors.

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