Those in attendance at CoTiCon also enjoyed seeing a larger than life Pikachu.
“We are inviting fans of all ages to join us in Lamoureux Park for a full day of locating your favourite Pokemon,” says Mocktails owner Paul St. Onge.
Mocktails in collaboration with OntarioEast.net, and the City of Cornwall worked on having WIFI on a much larger scale this week at Lamoureux Park.
The Mocktails patio will be open for the rest of the summer, along with the adjacent beach volleyball court. Paul St. Onge returned from a year-long hiatus as he was busy last summer helping to organize the Pan Am Games in Toronto.
“I view this as a community patio, and any revenues are turned back into creating unique experiences to help people enjoy Cornwall’s waterfront,” says Paul St. Onge.
Enjoy the taste of summer and cool off with some fantastic drinks at Mocktails.
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