Are Port Colborne residents being framed?

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Published August 4, 2021 at 7:57 pm

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Citizens of Port Colborne, beware! The city is trying its best to frame you.

Fortunately, residents can be assured the police won’t be involved.

As part of their #PortColborneStaycation promotion, Port Colborne is setting up oversized picture frames throughout the city at nine different locations.

For the month of August, contestants need only to get a photo of themselves and then post it on your Facebook, Twitter or Instagram accounts with the hashtag #PortColborneStaycation to be entered into the contest.

“This is the year for road trips, backyard adventures and summer staycations. With beautiful beaches, a vibrant waterfront community with boutiques, restaurants, and cafes, multiple hiking trails and parks for nature enthusiasts, exploration is endless in Port Colborne,” said the city in a release.

“This South Niagara coastal community is your perfect destination for a weekend getaway, daytrip, or even just a random sunny Sunday cruise.”

Participants will get the chance to win the Ultimate Port Colborne Staycation prize package which includes:

  • Two cruiser bikes with baskets
  • $250 in gift cards to local Port Colborne dining establishments
  • $250 in gift cards to local Port Colborne businesses
  • A private ‘Behind the Scenes’ tour of the Port Colborne Historic and Marine Museum
  • A Port Colborne Public Library package which includes a variety of books and prizes for all ages

Looking to increase your odds? The city has set up nine photo frames at the following locations and each photo from a different spot is a separate entry. They are:

  • H.H. Knoll Lakeview Park
  • Port Colborne Promenade
  • Nickel Beach
  • Centennial Cedar-Bay Beach
  • Lock 8 Park
  • The Sugarloaf Marina
  • City Hall
  • Library
  • The Port Colborne Historic and Marine Museum

If residents aren’t on social media, they can still enter by emailing their pics to: [email protected]

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