Is handicapped parking available or a shuttle bus?
Due to the Covid-19 virus, the Canadian Days Committee regrettably has to announce our decision to revise our traditional 3-day festival that had been scheduled for July 31 to August 2. However, recognizing how important Canadian Days is to our community, the Committee is planning several events that can still be held that would be within the pandemic guidelines such as the medallion hunt, 5K, button raffle, a car parade, chalk drawing contest and boat parade, to name a few.
The decision to cancel our traditional festival was difficult, but made for the safety of our volunteers, vendors, guests, and our community.

Check back in 2021 for parking and shuttle bus information.  In normal years...

Limited handicapped parking is available at Spooner Park.

There is a FREE Park and Ride shuttle bus running from Spooner Park to both the east and west parking lots of Pioneer Park on

  • Friday from 5 to 11 p.m.
  • Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.
  • Sunday from 2  to 5 p.m. (following the Parade)

Pioneer Park is just north of Spooner Park on Centerville Road or DeSoto Street.  The shuttle service is sponsored by the Canadian Days Committee and the Little Canada Recreation Association.

There is also a free shuttle from Saxon Bowling Lanes to Spooner Park on Saturday from 8 to 8 p.m.

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1. When is Canadian Days?
2. Do I receive any deals with the purchase of a Canadian Days button?
3. Where can I buy Canadian Days buttons?
4. How can I volunteer?
5. Is handicapped parking available or a shuttle bus?
6. Can I buy discounted, advanced sale inflatable amusement tickets?
7. Where is the Grand Parade route?
8. Will the 5K Race results be posted on the web site?
9. How do you choose the entertainment?