Even during this mornings pouring rain your parade committee, with help from HRM parks and Dexter, was installing and decorating the Christmas Tree. Huge shout out to Clayton Developments for this beautiful fir.
The good folks at Resto Urban Dining at 1516 Bedford Highway have made their upper patio available to us to live stream from
Check back soon for the link or watch our social media.
In Support Of The Q104 Toy Drive
Sunnyside Restaurant- 1552 Bedford Hwy
Basinview Chiropractic-1239 Bedford Hwy
True North Diner- 1658 Bedford Hwy
Izzy's Bagel - 1180 Bedford Hwy
30 minute Hit- 1239 Bedford Hwy
Barbers Corner- Bedford Place Mall
More to be announced. Check back often
Light Up Bedford COVID 19 Protocol 2021
Q104/FeedNS volunteers are required to be fully vaccinated- group contact must send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org confirming all group members’ full vaccination status.*
Prior to assuming responsibilities, LUBP Committee volunteers must show proof of vaccination to either Anne-Marie Baker, Chair, LUBP Committee or Barb Hooper, Co-Chair, LUBP Committee at De Wolfe Park on parade night.
Hot Spots:Are encouraged to set their own vaccination policies in accordance with NS Government’s phase 5 reopening plan.
Masks and hand sanitizer are recommended at Hot Spots.
Spectators:Wearing a mask is strongly recommended due to the density of some of the crowds along the parade route.
As a safety precaution, the LUBP Committee encourages spectators to explore alternative viewing locations along the parade route as some areas are less congested.
The Light Up Bedford Parade Committee discourages attendees, volunteers and others from coming to the parade, if they have symptoms consistent with COVID-19.
*Definition of full vaccination:
A person is considered fully vaccinated against COVID-19 in Nova Scotia in the following circumstances: 14 days or more after receiving the second dose of a two-dose series of a Health Canada authorized COVID-19 vaccine (Moderna, Pfizer-BioNTech, AstraZeneca) following minimum dosing intervals. This includes a mix of these vaccines, such as one dose of AstraZeneca and one dose of Moderna.
14 days or more after receiving a one-dose series of a Health Canada authorized COVID-19 vaccine (Janssen/Johnson & Johnson).
14 days or more after receiving the final dose of any other World Health Organization authorized series of COVID-19 vaccine (such as Sinopharm or Sinovac).
Acceptable proof of immunization includes (but is not limited to): CANimmunize receipt
Official receipt issued by a Province/Territory or respective Public Health Authority
Other government-issued proof of vaccination