City reminds residents to celebrate Thanksgiving responsibly this weekend

Posted on Thursday October 07, 2021

The City of Cambridge wants to remind the community to keep safety top of mind for the Thanksgiving weekend. While indoor gatherings are permitted, the limit currently remains at 25 people. Residents are encouraged to keep their events small-scale and to follow all current public health guidelines.  

Cambridge recreation centres are open for programming on Saturday, Oct. 9 but closed Sunday and Monday. Pre-registration is required for drop in programs and residents must show proof of vaccination to enter the facilities. For at-home recreation opportunities, residents can visit our #RecFromHome webpage for virtual activities they can do with the whole family.

The Cambridge Farmer’s Market is open on Saturday, Oct. 9 with everything you need for the perfect meal. From roasts, hams and turkeys to vegetables, homemade pies and flowers, the market is a one-stop-shop for all the Thanksgiving essentials. Capacity limits are in effect and residents are encouraged to give themselves extra time.

The 2021 Halloween/Fall projection show at the Old Post Office begins Oct. 7 running Thursday to Sunday throughout October and November. A livestream of the show will be available for Friday’s show on the City’s YouTube channel. For program times and details, visit www.cambridge.ca/projectionshow. Residents gathering to watch the show in person are reminded to keep safety in mind and stay distanced.

Cambridge City Hall and some City facilities will be closed for the long weekend. To see what is open and closed over the holiday weekend, visit www.cambridge.ca/publicnotices.

 

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Primary Media Contact:

Erin Haase
Communications Advisor
City of Cambridge
haasee@cambridge.ca