4th Annual Carberry Heritage Festival, Friday & Saturday, August 12 & 13, 2016
Some of Stewart Bailey’s taxidermy work on display.
The Carberry Garden Club offered a colourful display as did the two-tone Ford Fairlane.
Display of weaponry by the Manitoba Muzzleloaders.
All kinds of crafts people and artisans displayed their wares.
Fresh and delicious local honey for sale.
Plenty of activities for festival goers all along Main Street.
Christina, the Crazy Hooper, in the throes of her act building to over 70 hoops.
Tillie Harpelle performs.
Gerry Oliver of Rare Breeds Canada brought some endangered breeds of farm animals.
Once again the women of the Magic Bean Coffee House dress for the occasion.
Chris Arthur offered heavy horse carriage rides around Carberry’s historic areas.
Joe from Offbeat n Antiques chats with a customer.
Fanciful artisan offerings.
Mark Morisseau and his band at the Friday night old-time dance.
Bargains galore at the festival flea market which is growing bigger every year.
Christina, the Crazy Hooper, did a fun workshop with the kids after her performance.
Display of antique quilts in our old town hall.
Bales of straw provide handy seating for audiences.
Gorgeous Plymouth Satellite among the vintage vehicles at this year’s festival.