Canada Day activities took place at Fort Battleford,
Battlefords Provincial Park and King Hill. Photos by Averial Hall
Fireworks at King Hill in North Battleford were a hit and the crowd let the organizers know with loud cheering and honking of horns afterwards. There were storm clouds all around but the skies were clear for the show.
The rain led to cancellation of activities at Battlefords Provincial Park on Canada Day.
People still came out, hoping it wasn't cancelled. They were rewarded with cake.
The rain didn't dampen the Silver family from North Battleford from enjoying cake. Digging in are Maeve, Beau, Henry, Finn and Fiona Silver.
Cake was free for the taking at the park convenience store
Organizers didn't disappoint all the families who came out to Fort Battleford on Canada Day. There were lots of free activities as well as the option of touring the buildings. Disc Golf competitions were held as well as demonstrations. Evan Zimmer from the Battlefords Disc Golf Club demonstrates throwing a Frisbee.
Park employees in their rRed serge uniforms pose with a family outside the jail building.
Youngster gets a Canada Day spray on tattoo on her arm.
Youngster tries her hand at making her own button with a little help from her dad.