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Celebrity Beach Volleyball Match

Saturday August 17th @ 1:00 pm

Join us as we kick off your stay-cation with these friendly celebrities in a fun beach volleyball match at Ashbridges Bay. Take a look below to see just a few of our local celebrities who will be there!

 
 
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Daniel nestor

is a recently retired Canadian professional tennis player. He is one of the foremost doubles players in tennis history due to his longevity and continued success at the top of the men's game. As of March 2018, he is 10th for most men's ATP titles in Open Era history. In January 2016, Nestor became the first doubles player in ATP history to win 1000 matches. He was continuously ranked in the top 100 in doubles from April 1994 to April 2018, a total of 1134 consecutive weeks.

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dwayne de rosario

is a Canadian professional soccer player, who plays as a forward or as an attacking midfielder. De Rosario currently plays for the Mississauga MetroStars of the Major Arena Soccer League. A four-time MLS Cup champion, he also won the 2011 MLS Most Valuable Player award. He is the seventh-leading scorer in MLS history with 104 goals.

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jonathon power

is a retired professional squash player from Canada. In 1999, he became the first North American squash player to reach the World No. 1 ranking. He won 36 top-level squash events during his career, including the World Open in 1998, and the British Open in 1999.

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Nick Kypreos

went undrafted to the NHL after finishing 2nd in scoring in Junior. He broke into the NHL in ‘89/’90 with the Washington Capitals, where he played 3 seasons before being traded to Hartford, a team he played just over a season with prior being traded to the New York Rangers in 1993. Nick played 46 games with New York and helped them win their first Stanley Cup in 54 years. In 1996 he became a Toronto Maple Leaf and would retire from hockey in 1997. He is now a well-known hockey analyst with Sportsnet and on CBC’s Hockey Night in Canada.