Thousands of people flooded the Vermilion Agricultural Grounds from July 25 - 27, taking in a mix of the midway, agricultural shows, and entertainment.
The parade kicked off the Fair with a variety of entries categorized in commercial, out of town, senior and junior organizations, comic, pioneer, antique, and decorated cars. People of all ages enjoyed watching the colourful floats pass by, most tailored to the theme celebrating “Yesterdays Memories, Tomorrows Dreams.”
Team ‘Mama Tried’ from Lloydminster after successfully completing the Axe Throwing challenge during The Race Of Vermilion on March 17. Photos Angela Mouly More than luck was needed for 40 teams to complete mental and physical challenges during the Race of Vermilion on March 17. One hundred and sixty competitors from all over Alberta and Saskatchewan worked in teams of four throughout the day, attempting to be the first ones to complete one of two circuits that each had 20 cha
From left, Caybrie Dewing and Avery Kralkay had a blast at the St. Jerome’s Carnival on March 1. Photos Angela Mouly Children were bursting with excitement at the St. Jerome’s School Carnival on March 1. Approximately 300 people attended the ‘Travel’ themed carnival, with each booth decorated to showcase a different destination. The evening included a 50/50 draw, a silent auction, several games, and a large assortment of refreshments. Proceeds from the goodies in the Tea Roo