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Fete du Lac des Nations begins tonight

—  3 days ago

Sherbrooke’s annual Fete du Lac des Nations gets started this evening, kicking off six nights of music, fireworks and fun at Sherbrooke’s Jacques-Cartier Park. Lennoxville’s own Lily Kobelt, who heads up the group Lux & the Cryers, will be the…

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