The sounds of blues and jazz resonated through the streets of Port Credit on Saturday, with the return of the Rabba Street Shuffle, a larger-than-life street shuffle event led annually by Rabba and marquee element of the Port Credit Blues and Jazz Festival, known as the Tim Hortons Southside Shuffle.
“It was a wonderful day during which the community came together to celebrate the arts and have fun with their families and friends,” said Rick Rabba, president of Rabba Fine Foods. “We are so happy we were able to hold the event once again. The Rabba Street Shuffle is a highlight of the summer season for many of us. We are so proud to partner with Oasis and NutyBite for this event.”
Jack Rabba, founder of Rabba Fine Foods, kicked off the shuffle with a ceremonial ribbon-cutting, joined by former Mississauga Mayor Hazel McCallion.