The ongoing renovations of the working dock at the North Pacific Cannery will be the site for the Port Edward 50th celebration.

Port Edward 50th needs volunteers

The District of Port Edward plans well underway for June 24, 25 party.

For its anniversary the District has ordered the cake in the shape of — it’s best to leave that part as a surprise for guests.

On June 24, there will be food catered by Fresh Onion, and entertainment at the North Pacific Cannery. The District will have a bus service leaving from the Jim Ciccone Civic Centre to take guests to the cannery.

Tickets will be $10 and go on sale next week.

All the money will go toward the cannery museum for upgrades.

There are at least 400 tickets available.

On June 25, there is going to be a pancake breakfast, lunch and dinner all provided for by sponsors.

Live music will include Triple Bypass and country singer, Abraham Weaver, from Texas. There will be fireworks in the evening.

Events for families and children are held during the day and the District is calling out for volunteers to help.

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