No organized paddle, but there will be a feast

In case you have not heard, there will not be an organized ‘Paddle for the Peace’ this year on the Peace River.

However, West Moberly First Nations is planning a feast at the old Bear Flat Campground that will be open to the public on that same traditional Saturday. So that is noon on Saturday July 13.

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Hope to see you there.

Meanwhile, the river is still open for public use, so feel free to continue to boat on the Peace as you wish.

— Ken Boon, Bear Flat

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