Ford City BIA celebrates on Drouillard Road


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Crowds of visitors descended on Drouillard Road on Saturday to listen to live music, check out cool cars, watch jaw-dropping skateboard moves, shop and eat during the Ford City Business Improvement Association’s Dropped on Drouillard festival .

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The urban and cultural festival in the heart of Ford City drew hundreds of people who browsed the many vendor booths set up along Drouillard Road, from Trenton Streets to Richmond, and visited local businesses.

Skateboarders, roller skaters and cyclists wowed crowds with their speed and daring jumps as illustrator Glen Donaldson airbrushed cutting-edge designs onto skateboards at the Skate TF tent.

Molly Seguin, four, left to right, joins sisters Ruby, 7, and Lucy, 5, celebrating their contribution to the art of the giant ‘pizza’ on Saturday, August 20, 2022, at the Ford City BIA Dropped on the urban street Drouillard and cultural festival. JULIE KOTSIS/Windsor Star Photo by Julie Kotsis /Windsor Star

Nicole and Bobby Seguin brought their three daughters Ruby, 7, Lucy, 5, and Molly, 4, to the family event, where they had their faces painted and contributed to a giant ‘pizza’ artwork. “.

Live bands and disc jockeys provided musical jams well into the evening.

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