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Get early start on Voyageur festivities

FDV selling 10-day passes, boutique items; collecting winter clothing

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It’s been another busy week for the organizers of Festival du Voyageur.

Ten-day passes for the festival, which runs Feb. 14 to 23, 2014, are now available on pre-sale until Jan. 17, 2014. The reduced rates are $25 for adults (aged 18 and up), $13 for youth (13 to 17) and $8 for kids (6 to 12), organizers say. Passes are available at the Festival office (233 Provencher Blvd.), at 233-ALLO (106-147 Provencher Blvd.) and via the organization’s online box office at www.heho.ca

If you want to get in the spirit of things early, Festival is also holding a winter sale at its office boutique until Jan. 17. Hours are Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. A new voyageur sash, which bears a unique pattern exclusive to the festival, is also available at the same location.
Community members are also invited contribute to Festival’s winter clothing drive for the less fortunate. All used winter clothing, such as coats, toques, mittens and other winter garments will be accepted during office hours until Dec. 19. All donations will be sent to Centre Flavie-Laurent.   

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