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Superhero Saturday - Free Comic Book Day

Downtown Carleton Place
Event organized by Downtown Carleton Place

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Dress as your favourite superhero. Collect Free comic books with your Mission Card.

Mission card pick up:
BIA Office at 136 Bridge Street, and Total Rhythm Dance Studio at 55 Lansdowne Ave.
(please note: no mission card, no comic book. One mission card per family).

Attractions that day: Watch for updates.

A rain or shine event!

Event day information will be updated on a regular basis. Please continue to watch this page for updates.

The Downtown Carleton Place BIA is pleased to welcome you to the 8th Annual BIA FREE Comic Book Day. For eight years this event has provided an opportunity to showcase the downtown and its family-friendly atmosphere of Carleton Place. This is a chance for everyone to promote their business to the numerous visitors that will be in our community over the day.

Where is the FREE Comic Book Day?
The event occurs in the BIA district of the Downtown Carleton Place. It is a business to business event and participants will be able to pick up mission cards that list participating businesses.

How many spectators will attend?
The annual event increases in popularity each year and it is expected that this one of kind event for Lanark County will draw over 1000 people in 2018.

Is the public expected to pay for Comic Books?
FREE Comic Book Days as it says. Mission Cards will be distributed which indicate the participating businesses who will have free comic books. Free Comic Books will be distributed while quantities last, one mission card per family and the mission card distributor reserves the right to limit the distribution of mission cards.

Public Washrooms
Washroom facilities will be available at the Information Center at the Moore House 170 Bridge Street located across from the Town Hall and at the Market Square located at the corner of Beckwith Street and Lake Avenue.