Cobble Hill September Festival adds soda fountain, Kids Korner to favourites

There are exciting new venues to explore this year at the annual Cobble Hill September Festival at St. John’s Church on Saturday, Sept. 13.

Festival-goers and bargain hunters will be able to explore the ever-popular yard sale with over 50 tables, book sale, jewelry, plant, bake and clothing sales.

But there will also be a soda fountain, Ye Olde Coffee Shoppe, silent auction, food court and Kids Korner Store.

There will also be representatives of the local Guides, Brownies, Scouts, Kerry Park Skating Club, Cobble Hill Fire Department, Royal Canadian Marine Search and Rescue and other community groups.

For the little ones there will also be a bouncy castle, games and races.

The festival runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., and proceeds will go to support local, national and international charities.

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