Art, acoustics and appetizers were among the festivities at the Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site
The Sault Ste. Marie Mayor’s Youth Advisory Board this afternoon welcomed the community to the Ermatinger Clergue National Historic Site for their first celebration in more than two years.
The afternoon saw some of Sault’s most talented youngsters on display, as a variety of musicians performed live music while performers showcased some of their unique works of art.
Members of the MYAC were also on site, offering mocktails and snacks to attendees.
The event’s vice president, Lauren Burela, was ecstatic to welcome the public back after a two-year hiatus.
“It’s great to see everyone in real life again,” she says. “To see the artworks in real life and have live music again is really exciting.”
Today’s performers included the Pine Tones, as well as Tianna Legacy, Aric Quan, and Deanna St. Germain.
A portion of the event’s proceeds will go to the Twinkie Foundation, a mission that aims to help local families alleviate the financial and emotional stress they endure dealing with a child’s illness.