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Granum to host annual Canada Day bash

The Town of Granum may be the smallest town in Alberta in terms of population size but the heart of the community is huge.
That is never more visible in the town of 447 residents than on July 1 when a volunteer force stages a memorable Canada Day celebration.
People in Granum, located at the intersection of Highway 2 and Highway 519, celebrate their country’s birthday with a July 1 celebration that begins with a
pancake breakfast and ends with a spectacular fireworks display that attracts people from other southwest Alberta communities.
One of the highlights of the Granum Canada Day celebration is the parade that starts at 11 a.m.
There is always a full slate of activities throughout the day at locations such as the Homesteader and Granum Museum. There is plenty to eat, including Canada Day birthday cake.
A complete schedule will be available on-line closer to July 1.

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