Prairie Post (East Edition) - - OPINION -

Mother Na­ture was in full co­op­er­a­tion for this year’s Red­cliff Days fes­tiv­i­ties, with all sorts of fun ac­tiv­i­ties tak­ing place through­out the com­mu­nity. Ap­prox­i­mately 200 ve­hi­cles were reg­is­tered for the an­nual Lions Club Show and Shine, held at Lions Park. Le­gion Memo­rial Park and the grounds at Parkside School were filled with ac­tiv­i­ties for peo­ple of all ages. The Red­cliff Mu­seum held tours and demon­stra­tions, while the fire hall was open for tours and the Li­brary held their an­nual book sale. In ad­di­tion, there was free swim­ming at the lo­cal pool, a per­fect way to cool off af­ter a busy day un­der the sun.

Pho­tos by Jamie Rieger

The line-up was long the en­tire day with kids to try this out. Three large plas­tic orbs, each with a young per­son in­side, made their way around the wa­ter. Oc­ca­sion­ally, the orbs were given a gen­tle push if they got stuck along the sides.

Katherine Rankin, from Red­cliff, gives a yarn spin­ning demon­stra­tion at the Red­cliff Mu­seum on Satur­day.

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