Staff with the City of Dryden and Dryden’s Days of Summer have made the difficult decision to cancel this year’s events, due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing restrictions.
DDOS staff add that despite the unfortunate news, the cancellation of 2020’s events will give the city an ample opportunity to plan for the next Dryden Days of Summer in 2021.
“Be sure to enjoy your summer, get outside, explore and, as always, support your local shops and budding entrepreneurs,” wrote DDOS staff, in a social media post. “From all of us, have a safe summer season and we look forward to seeing you in 2021.”
Last year, the city moved the annual event closer to the Dryden Memorial Arena to incorporate the weekly Farmers’ Market. Economic Development Officer Tyler Peacock said the new location was working well for the events, and 2019’s season had a great turnout all summer long.
Q104 and DrydenNow also gave away an unforgettable fishing experience at Totem Resorts, valued at $5,000 to Danna Schmitt!
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