An allyship, a friend, and ‘Bread and Cheese’ Celebration was born!

Love that bread ‘n cheese! Visitors and friends helped Six Nations mark its historic War of 1812 allyship with the British that led to the creation of Canada and thanks to a Queen who sent gifts to Six Nations that would become the annual bread and cheese celebration on Queen Victoria’s birthday. (Photo by Jim C. Powless)

Six Nations celebrates community and history at 158th Bread and Cheese event Photos by: Jim C. Powless & Austin Evans By Austin Evans Writer The line stretched from the Six Nations arena through the fairgrounds and down to Fourth Line Victoria Day Monday when thousands of people lined up to celebrate Six Nations annual Bread and Cheese Day. They took in some sun, lined up for rides, games, watched the parade and of course waited in line for the annual bread and cheese giveaway. Rene Bomberry was a regular attendee at Bread and Cheese for years before the pandemic. While COVID restrictions have been lifted, she still felt apprehensive about coming but decided that this was an important year to go. “I missed maybe the last five years, but I’ve…

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