Relay for Life features variety of entertainment

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The Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life returns to Millennium Park on June 4 with a full lineup of activities and entertainment.

The day begins with the Creston Pipe Band at 9:30 a.m., followed by the opening ceremonies at 10. Head shaving will take place at 11:15.

Performances will include the Creston Community Band at 11:45, the Creston Fiddlers at 1 p.m., Key of She at 2:15, highland dancers at 3:15, Red Jade Martial Arts at 4, Peanut Butter and Jam at 4:45, Fat Charlie at 6:15 and Ruckus at 7:45.

The closing ceremonies and luminary lap begin at 9 p.m.



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