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Relay for Life....At least 14 teams will take part in the non-competitive relay; the public is welcome to support the event in person or go online and make a donation....Photo courtesy of The Prescott JournalDebbie Hayes, John Harding and Gail Byrd ham it up at St. John’s Anglican Church. The church served lunch and took part as a regional attraction in Open Doors Ontario...Photo courtesy of The Prescott JournalFollow us on Twitter and FacebookPrescott is located on the beautiful St. Lawrence River. The gateway between the Great Lakes and the Atlantic
 
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St. Lawrence Valley Car Club Show Fort Wellington, Sunday, July 6, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

 



 

Sunday Concert Season Opens

Kinsmen Amphitheatre, Sunday, July 6, 7 p.m. Seaway Winds to perform; donations accepted Concert moves to Prescott arena if weather bad.

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Thanks to Prescott's fantastic small-town quality of life right in the middle of it all, we have a lot to offer both long-time residents and newcomers.
Our great location on Hwy. 401 and the St. Lawrence River bordering New York State means that Prescott is a hub for business in Eastern Ontario.
Discover Prescott's deep historical roots through our establishment as a Loyalist town in 1784 and our involvement in the War of 1812 with Fort Wellington.