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Date

Jul 24 2021

Time

12:30 pm - 5:00 pm

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Social

Eid Al-Adha Picnic

With Ontario entering step 3 of the reopening plan, we are excited to announce an outdoor event for Eid Al-Adha celebration. We will enjoy the company of each other in a day full of fun while practicing precautionary measures of COVID-19.

Eid Al-Adha Picnic
July 24th 12:30pm-5:00pm

It is an open invitation! Bring your family and friends and join ECCAO’s Eid al-Adha celebration. The park and washroom are wheelchair accessible. There is a small play structure for kids.

Event Sponsor:
Sugar Lily Sweet Shop is sponsoring our event. They make delicious desserts made from the finest ingredients.
They will have samples of their cakes to share with us.
All orders placed during July will be delivered for free to all ECCAO members. You can select your delivery date and time on their website: www.sugarlilysweetshop.com

LOCATION:
Andrew Haydon Park
3169 Carling Avenue, Nepean, Ontario
Google direction: https://goo.gl/maps/QgymyC6r1E8PmBLx6
The parking area is located at Carling Ave & Holly Acres Rd – which is the nearest to where we will be.

FOOD:
– Get your food, snacks, and drinks for the day
– For BBQ lovers, you can do your own BBQ using your own gas BBQ gear in the park (no charcoal BBQ are allowed to bring). Make sure to bring containers to put your cooked meat & leftovers.
– ECCAO will bring bottles of water, plates, utensils, napkins and hand sanitizer.

WHAT TO BRING:
– Your smile 🙂
– A chair, tarp or blanket to sit on
– Board games and beach games
– Hat
– Sunscreen and insect repellent

COVID-19 PRECAUTION:
We ask everyone to respect the provincial government regulations.
If you feel sick, you are not to attend the event.

RSVP on the Facebook event page or Meetup page to get updates on the event.

For more information or inquiries before or during the day of the event, contact Rabab Gomaa 613-890-3456

Looking forward to enjoying a fun day with everyone!

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