The 2019 edition of the Campbell’s Bay Summer Festival, which was held on August 16th to 18th, was, according to the organizers, another success year for the festival. In terms of profits, the Summer Festival made almost $25, 000 compared to last year’s $23, 000 and part of which will be invested in to the construction of the municipal splash pad. In an interview with one of the key organizers and councilman of the municipality of Campbell’s bay, Tim Ferrigan, he talked about the splash pad and the total cost.
Note that each year, the Campbell’s Bay Summer Festival is a fund raiser of the municipality under the revitalization of the downtown core initiative. The full interview with Tim Ferrigan will be available soon.