72nd Annual Community Days entertains many
Blind River’s 72nd Community Days saw hundreds of people participate in the various activities over the four days of the event.
The event was aimed at children between the ages of three and 10 years old. They got to hear stories, play games, get their faces painted, get treats and more.
Tim Bear, a 106-yearold teddy bear, was also at Timber Village Museum, but he remained inside.
The 10th annual Blind River Demolition Derby took place at the entrance to the Boom Camp Road.
The event is operated by a committee led by Michelle and Bill Richardson. The annual Community Days Parade had a score of entries, including floats and walkers. There was even a band, the
At the park was the Homeniuk Midway, as well as a host of vendors and games for all ages. There was even a climbing wall. Science North was also there teaching science in a fun way.
Many children, and some parents, had their picture taken with their favourite canines, Chase and Rubble, of the PAW Patrol.
On Sunday, there was the Car Show ‘n’ Shine on Woodward Avenue, which wrapped up the weekend event.