Fresh Fruit from British Columbia were a popular choice for residents at the Famers Market on Friday.
Sparkle Tattoos, a popular choice for kids of all ages.
William and Kristie Gordon, of Shady Orchard and Winery, in Big Lakes County had samples of their new win at Fridays Farmers Market.
Brianne Twin, of Bead outside the Box, explains the many types of beading she does for her independently owned and operated business in Slave Lake. She was one of the many businesses who participated in the Block Party Friday Night.
Everyone enjoys a good Wave Hello at the Block Party!
Remax was on Fire during the Riverboat Daze Parade! While the win wasn’t the best, that didn’t stop them from showing off some Fire from the Hot Air Balloon.
Mickey Mouse was more than happy to pose for a photo with the RBC lion, during Fridays Riverboat Daze Rock the Block Party!
“You say you’re the Minster of Children Services? Can you get my mom to extend my bedtime?” Minister Danielle Larivee chatted up residents of all ages at this year’s Block Party along Main Street in Slave Lake.
Mayor Warman and his Girls were more than happy to stop for a photo and wave! They were handing out candy to the many residents who lined the streets for the Parade on Friday.
While the Rain held off for Friday’s Parade, that didn’t stop some floats from spraying some water to cool down the parade watchers.
MD of Lesser Slave River Reeve Murray Ker ik had this photographer reaching for the sky when he pulled out a water gun!
The Rotary Club of Slave Lake Public Library Program Coordinator Suzanne Wilson and Step-son stopped for a quick snap before finishing the parade!
Serving up some good sun and some good Pancakes, Saturday the Alliance Church held their annual Riverboat Daze Pancake Breakfast in front of the church!
While the Rain detoured the Bike Parade to the Curling Rink in Slave Lake, Cassidie Kelly was all for showing off her parade float with her family in tow.
Not sure which one is more the scared? The Petting Zoo was once again a smash at the Children’s Festival.
Kids of all ages too in the Midway over the three day Riverboat Festival.
“I told you to hold on!” Midway riders were in for a full tilt when riding some rides.
While the Sandblast competition was cancelled, due to the rain, it didn’t stop the “Here Comes The Fun” team from building their sandcastle.