Members of the Manitoba Muzzleloaders display their weapons and other tools
Display of photographs of old Carberry in the window of a business. Many businesses in the Heritage District have window displays with a heritage theme during the festival.
Fiddler Mark Morisseau and his band perform at the Friday night old-time dance at the community hall.
The women at The Magic Bean Coffee House go gingham!
Lots of interest in the flea market.
Saddle a la pre-1840.
The building tour of the Carberry News-Express building revealed this old Linotype typesetter.
A strange fork made of metal tines on a twisted horn in the gingerbread house.
Among the artisans who demonstrated their skills were carders and spinners.
The Manitoba Muzzleloaders present their top-of-the-hour volley.
1919 Ford truck with crank start, runs like a charm.
Mounted bison head by Stewart Bailey.
Carberry is Spud Country. King Spud greeted festival visitors.
Vintage vehicles of all kinds were on display at the festival.
Yodeler, singer and guitarist Tillie Harpelle performs.
Another artisan demonstrating pioneer skills.
Sunset between two Carberry churches: St. Agnes Anglican on the left, Carberry United on the right.