St. Lawrence had a blast during its Come Home Year festivities this month.
ST. LAWRENCE, NL – People came from near and far to celebrate Come Home Year in St. Lawrence this month. A full slate of activities kept everyone busy from Aug. 4-12.
Jack be nimble, Jack be quick, Ava went under the limbo stick. St. Lawrence native Ray Lake provided a free kids show at the rec centre.
Decked out in their colourful traditional Newfoundland wear, residents took part in a mummers parade. Participants, led by the accordion music of Gordon Drake, made their way around Centennial Square.
The Come Home Year committee sponsored a family fun day on Aug. 7. There were bouncy castles, face painting, a Nerf gun battle and music by Gord Drake. Canada Fluorspar Inc. also came on board to provide pizza and wings for the event.
The Laurentians took on Holy Cross at Centennial Field during the Come Home Year festivities.
Santa and Mrs. Claus made an off-season visit for the St. Lawrence Day parade.
The Flintstones had a ‘yabba dabba do’ time at the parade in St. Lawrence.