The village of Grenville and Grenville-sur-la-Rouge celebrated Fête nationale/St-Jean-Baptiste with community festivals on June 24. In Grenville-sur-la-Rouge, the party took place at Parc Paul-Bougie in Calumet, and the village of Grenville festivities were held at Parc Normand-Woodbury. Early on Friday evening, a small parade organized by the Maison des jeunes youth centre made its way through Grenville.
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