History and harvest time marked in Rossland

JOHN BOIVIN

Rossland News

Golden City Days and Fall Fair draw hundreds to events

Reviewing the produce winners at the Fall Fair (Photo by John Boivin)
Kids got to play with baby farm animals at the Fall Fair. (Photo by John Boivin)
Meeting some ducks at the Fall Fair (Photo by John Boivin)
Everybody enjoys hotdogs at Golden City Days! (Photo by John Boivin)
The stage was hopping at Sourdough Alley on Saturday afternoon. (Photo by John Boivin)
Tim Thatcher cooks up a round of burgers and fries at the Fraternal Order of Eagles kiosk on Columbia. (Photo by John Boivin)
Miss Trail waves to the crowds during the parade on Saturday morning. (Photo by John Boivin)
Cast members of the upcoming Light Opera perfomance of Spamalot brought some historical levity to the parade. (Photo by John Boivin)
Many businesses took part in the parade this year. (Photo by John Boivin)
Dressing up in historical costumes is de rigeur at Golden City Days. (Photo by John Boivin)

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