From Friday, June 28 to Monday, July 1, the Elkford residents took part in their annual Wildcat Days celebration. From art unveilings (A7) to provincial softball tournaments (page A17), parades (A22), local markets and face painting, it was a busy weekend in the mountain town. Photos by Phil McLachlan/The Free Press

Gallery: Elkford celebrates Wildcat Days

From Friday, June 28 to Monday, July 1, the Elkford residents took part in their annual Wildcat Days celebration. From art unveilings (A7) to provincial softball tournaments (page A17), parades (A22), local markets and face painting, it was a busy weekend in the mountain town. Photos by Phil McLachlan/The Free Press

Fireworks photo courtesy of Ron & Judy Zimmer

Phil McLachlan

editor@thefreepress.ca

 

Fireworks photo courtesy of Ron & Judy Zimmer

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