Dorval 37th Annual Soapbox

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Following our new mosaiculture project which embellishes the Village all summer long, Dorval Main Streets, in collaboration with the City of Dorval, is pleased to announce the now traditional Annual Soap Box Derby, on Sunday September 11, 2016, from 10am to 3pm, on Fénelon Boulevard, north of Carson Avenue, rain or shine!

 

PhotoBoiteSavon2015_6This fun-filled event for children ages 6 to 12 is made possible thanks to the efforts of many generous Dorval Main Streets volunteers, who help organize this fun day full of action, speed, and excitement.

 

Again this year, come and showcase your most unique, whacky, decorative helmet creation. The Gerry Cup€, in honour of long-time volunteer and artist Gerry Aubry, will be awarded for the most original helmet that can also be worn during the race. Please note that helmets and closed-toe shoes are mandatory in order to participate in the event.

 

Pre-registration forms are available at local Dorval businesses and in the various municipal buildings. An online copy is also available at www.city.dorval.qc.ca. For more information, please email us on ruesprincipalesdorval@gmail.com, or call Bijouterie Jean-Guy Aubry at 514 631-5119.

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