DBIA – Welcome Back to Downtown Cobourg!

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On behalf of Interim Board Chair, Adam Bureau and the DBIA Board of Management we would like to introduce Welcome Back to Downtown Cobourg! A safe, friendly dining and shopping experience.
Have you been missing your favourite restaurant, shop or service? Well this is the perfect opportunity to reconnect because we have missed you too!

Friday July 17th through Sunday July 19th King St. will be closed to traffic from Spring St. to McGill St. and transformed to a Pedestrian Walkway so that visitors to Downtown are able to Shop, Dine and Discover in comfort and safety.

Come visit one of our many restaurants, cafes or pubs on their extended patios and enjoy lunch or dinner alfresco, sip a latte or enjoy a local brew. Shop at one of our many stores, services and galleries. Physical distancing and your safety are our priority!

Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for updates @downtowncobourg

Please join us! We look forward to seeing you!
For more information, and a complete list of businesses in downtown Cobourg, visit www.downtowncobourg.ca.

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