PHOTOS: Canada Day fun

Scotty Bourgogne transforms a youngster into the Grim Reaper at the Blue River Canada Day celebrations. Photo by Jaime Polmateer
Blue River residents gather at the beach for a day of family fun during Canada Day. Photo submitted
Mike Wiegele and event organizer Kasey Quinn chow down on some cupcakes at the Blue River Canada Day celebrations. Photo submitted
A young celebrator shows off her face paint at the Blue River Canada Day celebrations. Photo by Jaime Polmateer
Joann Browning and Sindy Lee work on their sand castle during the sandcastle competition at the Blue River Canada Day celebrations. Photo by Jaime Polmateer
The Wells Gray Riders Association Drill Team opened Canada Day celebrations in Clearwater with a choreographed performance. Photo submitted
Mary Stewart, Lloyd Smith, and Jack Perry perform a musical set at the Clearwater Info Centre Canada Day celebration. Photo by K.A.Pendergast
Clearwater Rotary Club donated its time to cook food for hungry Canada Day celebrators at Dutch Lake. Photo submitted

Residents and visitors came out in full force to take part in the Canada Day festivities in both Clearwater and Blue River on July 1.

Folks enjoyed a demonstration from the Wells Gray Riders Association Drill Team as well as face painting, sand castle building competitions, live music, great food and many other activities.

Family Fun at Canada Day celebrations in Clearwater and Blue River

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