There are some new additions for WAMBO 31 in the Jeanne Gordon Hall at the Wallaceburg and District Museum.
Together for the first time Aidan Duchene, winner of Next Gen Juno Award, will be performing along with Ashlyn and Zach Price.
The Museum will have Charlene Renaud, with Precious Pinata, teaching young children health and safety.
To go along with this, Chatham-Kent Victim Services is attending to answer questions in regards to their role in various situations.
Rob and Deb Simpson, of RoDe’s Investigative Paranormal, will be in attendance for those interested in the spirit world.
Hughes Intelligence Canada was established in 1994, and has successfully integrated security and training courses into its operations. They will be available to answer various security and fraud-relayed questions.
The Glass Panel will also be setup, to discuss their local program, which is similar to The Dragon’s Den television show.
The name comes from one of the first industries in Wallaceburg, Ontario, The Sydenham Glass. Subsequently, Wallaceburg has been known as ‘The Glass Town’.
Students select a local business, present ways to expand/improve the business to a panel of judges for prize money.
Mayor Darrin Canniff has volunteered to participate in the ‘Dunk Tank’ at the Museum as well.
He plans to be at the Museum sometime between 12 p.m. and 12:30 p.m.
Organizers say they believe he is the first mayor to be dunked.
All of the activities start at approximately 11 a.m.
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