‘Wicked on da wharf’ Grand Bank Summer Festival
The Grand Bank Summer Festival from July 29-Aug. 4 was a fun-filled week of activities.
There was music, theatre performances, dances, kids’ events, garden parties, a fireworks display and sports events.
Various groups in the town served meals each day.
The week started with the Hannah Pellerin has fun at the piethrowing booth. annual mariners’ memorial service and ended with Grand Bank Day celebrations.
Chole Rose enjoys the music.
Children at kid’s day were all dressed up and excited to ride bikes in the best-decorated bike competition.
The popular Grand Bank band in the 1960’s Reg and the Rebels celebrated its 50th anniversary and was a big hit at the festival. Their first performance was at the Partanna Auditorium, featuring, from left, Reg House, Johnny Green, Fred Rose, Reg Hillier, Bruce Burt and Barry Collier.
Ethan Simmons tries his hand at the ring toss as his family looks on.
Mary Osmond Rose and Fred Rose, both from Grand Bank and visiting from Ontario, impress the crowd with their musical talent.
Lucas Follett (left) and Mason Peach enjoying a hot dog.