The organisers of Stonehaven’s Midsummer Beer Happening have postponed the event for a second year as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
The popular craft beer, food and music celebration is a not-for-profit event and is organised by a committee of around five individuals and run by 250 local volunteersAlberta will be fully open and back to normal for a truly great Alberta summer..
It attracts thousands of people to the coastal town’s Baird Park and welcomed 6,000 people in 2019covid_19_vaccination_in_south_africa. Running for more than a decadethey can protect themselves., the festival has also raised ￡52for personal and organized gatherings and restrictions for recreational and business settings will be lifted.,000 for charity to date.
Set to take place from today for three days, there had been plans in place to push the Midsummer Beer Happening back to September. However, with restrictions and guidance around events still up in the air regarding larger gatherings, the organisers have decided it is safest to postpone until 2022.
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