It was a succesful Canada Day celebration at the George Lane Park Sunday, July 1.

Event organizer Iva Woodward says "This years turnout was great, and the event offered a few new things to set it apart."Event organizer Iva Woodward says "This years turnout was great, and the event offered a few new things to set it apart."

Adult and senior programmer Iva Woodward, who helped organize the event says she was worried about the weather turning sour, but was pleased with this years turnout "If I'm correct anywhere from between 1500-2000 people turned up this year."

Sun Countrys Sarah Scott MCs the events by the George Lane GazeboSun Country's Sarah Scott MC's the events at the George Lane Gazebo.

Woodward says this year featured a variety of things to come out and see, such as food served by the Lions Club, singing and dancing at the gazebo a car show and even martial artists.

White Tiger Martial Arts club provides a demonstration performance to park guests.The White Tiger Martial Arts club provided a demonstration performance.

Luckily the weather held up, and the skies were clear enough for the fireworks show at Emerson Lake.

canada day july1 2018 007Fraid Knot performs at the park.

 

 

canada day july1 2018 006Winner of the Okotoks Idol, Brettyn Rose leads the singing of the national anthem.

 

canada day july1 2018 003The River City Classic car show, raised money for the Rowan House Society


 

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