It’s that time of year again!
Bread and Cheese Day is right around the corner.
Six Nations of the Grand River Elected Council has begun planning one of the most beloved annual events in the community – Bread and Cheese Day celebrations.
The annual tradition, which takes place during the Victoria Day weekend every year with the disbursement of thousands of loaves of breads and huge hunks of cheese, will cost the community $72,000 this year.
The money comes out of a pot called the Ottawa Trust and every year, Six Nations requests the funds to be withdrawn to pay for the annual celebration.
The event is usually held at the Six Nations Community Hall on the annual Victoria Day weekend in May with rides, a midway, vendor booths, a few sporting events and competitions, a parade and a beautiful fireworks display.