SAVE THE CAROUSEL!

Join me in making a difference!  
My name is Megan Nadin and I am a Singer/Songwriter local to Thunder Bay - a small city located in Northwestern Ontario, Canada and Home to one of the OLDEST carousels in the WORLD, The Chippewa Carousel.

The 104 year old Carousel is a Historic Landmark that was Handcrafted by the “Amusement King” C.W. Parker in 1915 & in operation since 1934, has been undergoing the restoration process since 2017 with the help of Carousel Restoration Committee and other community members and volunteers from the city of Thunder Bay.

With this I have decided to join the Save The Carousel  movement! I have featured the beautiful Chippewa Carousel in my current One String Wonder Cover Video of upbeat, trending song "I Don't Care" by Ed Sheehan and Justin Bieber & launched a "Go Fund Me" campaign to go hand-in-hand in hopes to help in the completion of restoring and SAVING this beautiful Historic Landmark.  

ALL money raise on this platform will be donation to restoring the Carousel. No donation is to big or small - as any donations received WILL help make an impact! Thanks in advance for your contribution to this beautiful project that plans to keep The Chippewa Carousel ALIVE and well!


FOR NEW ONE STRING WONDER COVER VIDEO, CLICK: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1Z6cy1RXGDI 

FOR MORE INFORMATION on the "SAVE THE CAROUSEL" project, visit www.saveourcarousel.ca 


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PHOTO GALLARY:


42121062_1568913485660006_r.jpegHorses In Restoration 

42121062_1568913522944762_r.jpegRepainted Carousel Topper

42121062_1568914847935794_r.jpegDesignated Heritage Property (1991)  Plaque




More information about Friends of Chippewa Park:
The Friends of Chippewa Park is a Not-For-Profit organization, founded in 2002, whose aim is to restore Chippewa Park to its full potential. The mission statement is "To provide public amenities and to preserve, protect and promote the public park known as Chippewa Park located in and owned by the City of Thunder Bay with the intention that the park reaches its full potential as a public recreation area to the full benefit of the community."

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  • Jaclyn Mitchell 
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  • Anonymous 
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  • Anonymous 
    • $5 
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  • Brad Parker 
    • $5 
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  • Stephanie Koo 
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Organizer

Megan Marie 
Organizer
Thunder Bay, ON
Friends of Chippewa Park 
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