Miner’s Alley saw kids try their hands at goldpanning.

Celebrating the Rock Creek Fall Fair

The 2017 Rock Creek Fall Fair was a hit.

KATHLEEN SAYLORS

Grand Forks Gazette

The 2017 Rock Creek Fall Fair was a hit.

 

The traditional animal exhibts attracted kids and families. The Boundary “C” 4-H Club also did demonstrations and had judging throughout the day on Saturday.

The lawn mower races packed the bleachers hours in advance for the action-packed race featuring many locals. Stay tuned for final results in coming issues of the Boundary Creek Times.

Les Folles Jambettes performed on Saturday afternoon, as did Ben Klick and Johnny Cash tribute band David James and Big River.

The Boundary “C” 4-H Club led a cattle herding demonstration in the arena on Saturday.

The Okanagan World of Reptiles brought some scaly friends to entertain the little ones in the Kid Zone on Saturday afternoon.

In addition to the exhibits, animals, demonstrations and mainstage entertainment, the rides on the midway were a popular draw for kids.

The traditional animal exhibts attracted kids and families. The Boundary “C” 4-H Club also did demonstrations and had judging throughout the day on Saturday.

The traditional animal exhibts attracted kids and families. The Boundary “C” 4-H Club also did demonstrations and had judging throughout the day on Saturday.

Uncle Chris the Clown kept kids laughing.

The lawn mower races packed the bleachers hours in advance for the action-packed race featuring many locals. Stay tuned for final results in coming issues of the Boundary Creek Times.

Barrel racing took over the arena in mid-afternoon.

The Chicken Scramble event in the arena saw kids race for the ultimate prize: a live chicken! Kids could take home their winning chicken.

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