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Canada Day at the Canada Agriculture Museum July 1 to 3

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Canada Day at the Canada Agriculture Museum July 1 to 3

Time: July 1, 2011 to July 3, 2011
Location: Canadian Agriculture Museum
Website or Map: http://www.agriculture.techno…
Phone: 613-991-3044
Event Type: canada, day
Organized By: Canada Agriculture Museum
Latest Activity: Jun 23, 2011

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A fun-filled day of games, activities, and ice cream making and tasting! On July 1 and 2, watch and learn about the Canadian horse breed.

Free July 1 only and free parking!

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