Carbonear Days weekend full of fun
Residents celebrate community
CARBONEAR, NL — Carbonear community pride recently with entertainment and activities to mark Carbonear Days.
The events kicked off Thursday night, Aug. 3, and finished up on Monday, Aug. 7.
Residents were able to take part in various competitions including a sculpin-fishing contest, tea bun baking contest and tiddly championship.
Carbonear Days wrapped up on Monday with the annual parade.
Events scheduled for Monday that were cancelled due to rain were rescheduled for Thursday, Aug. 10.
Fire trucks led the Carbonear Day parade through Water Street, greeting onlookers on the sidewalks.
Some friendly faces also joined in, following closely behind vehicles participating in the parade.
Residents dressed to impress with costumes and floats, hoping for their chance to win an award at the end of the parade.
The 10th annual Carbonear World Cup of Tiddly Womens Champions. From left to right, Rachael Snow, Emma Haraga, Jane Green, Brenda Young, Anne Hynes, Laura Haraga and Mayor George Butt Jr.
The 10th annual Carbonear World Cup of Tiddly Mens Champions. From left to right, Duncan Cameron, Dave Finn, David Kennedy, Chris Green, Alf Bourne and Mark Sturge.