A photo of a Sunday excursion from Ottawa to Carleton Place in 1976.
This CPR station in Carleton Place was designated a heritage railway station for its historical and architectural significance!
Carleton Place, Ontario-- The Carleton Place 200th Committee is pleased to announce country music sensation Jason Blaine will be headlining the Carleton Place 200th Celebration Concert on Saturday, July 27, 2019. This one-day outdoor concert will feature ten hours of live music and will be taking place at Riverside Park in Carleton Place.
The Celebration Concert will also feature Carleton Place native Brea Lawrenson, as well as local bands including DoubleBack, The Riley New Band, The Bowes Brothers, and more. Tickets are now on sale for $25.00 in advanced, or can be purchased at the gate for $30.00 per person.
“The Carleton Place 200th Celebration Concert will be a thrilling component of the 200th celebrations throughout 2019,” says Committee Chair Jessica Hansen. “Join us in Carleton Place as we celebrate our community’s milestone with a great day of live music, games, vendors and more.”
Tickets can be purchased in person at: The Carleton Place Arena- 75 Neelin Street, the Carambeck Community Centre- 351 Bridge Street, and The Perth Museum- 11 Gore Street. Tickets can also be purchased online at www.ticketsplease.ca or by calling (613)485-6434.
Partnering sponsors for this event include: Heritage Canada, Turpin Kia, and Country 101.1fm. Vendor registration is now open as well, with a very limited number of spaces available.
Patrons are encouraged to visit “Carleton Place 200” on facebook, as well as www.carletonplace200.ca to stay up to date on all of the exciting event details. Volunteer opportunities will also be available throughout the day, and interested individuals can sign up to volunteer on the website.
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