Wednesday, April 29, 2020

Cancelled Going To Events For The Remainder of 2020

            As Founder and Owner of ChrisBOnTheWeb, I have come to a very difficult decision late last night.  As you all know we are all dealing with COVID-19 and most of the events locally here and in Toronto have been cancelled. Which made me come to a very, very difficult decision to CANCEL any of the events that were planned into May right through to the end of the year. These are the following events that I am cancelling going to this year: 

Bowmanville Maple Festival- May 2020
Food Truck Friday, Bowmanville- June 2020
Canada Day Celebrations- July 2020
Rib Fest, Durham Ontario- August 2020
Orono Fair (Fair was cancelled itself)- September 2020
Polish/Ukrainian Festival- September 2020
Apple Festival- October 2020
The Royal Winter Fair- November 2020
Tyrone Parade of Lights- December 2020

            Now we do not know about Polish/Ukrainian Festivals, Apple Fest, The Royal Winter Fair and Tyrone Parade of Lights but as for me this year, I am planning to not attend any of these festivals as it is uncertain what the outcome of this virus will be, whether we get a second wave of the virus but HONESTLY as I said to my Staff, I do not feel comfortable going into large crowds, especially not this soon after the virus is over, just do not feel quite comfortable and it will take me some time to get use to being out and about in the public again but come 2021 we will be back at events and stronger then before. So this means any flyers, I hand out right now will be CBOTW (Including Power Rangers Collaboration Podcast) & Everything About Reality TV for promotion, nothing else. I apologize for the inconvienence but as I stated with the current events in the world, I think this is the best move for CBOTW and mainly myself as I do every single event. We look forward to 2021 Events and again we are deeply sorry as we know you enjoyed those event posts but we promise to make it up to you guys for the rest of this year.

Chris, Founder & Owner

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