June 9 was a recreational day for Saint-André d’Argenteuil residents as the little municipality was celebrating “La fête du bon voisinage” (Good neighborhood day) with plenty of outdoor activities. In addition to the traditional activities (music on the street, air bounce structures, food kiosks etc) this year a Soap Car Derby came to enhance the day. Here are some pictures captured by The Review freelancers Lyse and Sylvain Lauwers Saturday afternoon.
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