GRAND BEND – Though many events have seen their plans come to an end with the COVID-19 pandemic, the Huron Waves Music Festival is pushing forward with the help of the South Huron Vitality Fund, according to an article by Dan Rolph in The Pincher Creek Echo .
The festival received a $6,500 grant from the Vitality Fund, which is part of the South Huron Community Fund in partnership with the Grand Bend Community Foundation. The fund is meant to offer assistance to programs and activities in the community which “enhance the quality of life for South Huron residents”, reported a press release in The Pincher Creek Echo.
The festival was originally planned to take place May 2020, but the COVID-19 pandemic put a sudden end to the hopes of hosting the festival in the spring. But when organizers learned of the opportunity to bring the Kingdom Choir to the area in December, they decided to postpone the festival until late 2020.
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