Members of the Keremeos Legion will be grilling up hot dogs and hamburgers for guests to enjoy at their July 1, 2020 Canada Day celebration. (Contributed)

Keremeos Legion to host Canada Day barbecue

Guests can expect to enjoy a seated patio, live music, hot dogs and hamburgers

The Keremeos Legion will be hosting a barbecue Wednesday July 1 in celebration of Canada Day.

READ MORE: EDITORIAL: Celebrating Canada despite COVID-19

From noon to 2 p.m., the Legion will be grilling up hot dogs and hamburgers for residents to enjoy. Entry is by donation.

The Legion plans to have a seated patio area open, where guests can enjoy live music by Shindigger.

COVID-19 regulations will be in place and guests are asked to practise social distancing.

The canteen will be closed July 1 and space will be limited on the patio.

The barbecue will continue Thursday and Friday from noon to 2 p.m. and the regular canteen will also be open for business on these days.

READ MORE: Village of Keremeos prepares to welcome in-province travellers

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