Colours galore at the Golden City Days parade. Photo by Jennifer Small

PHOTOS: Pageantry, colour and fun at Golden City Days

Photo gallery of Golden City Days

Colours galore at the Golden City Days parade. Photo by Jennifer Small

Bike skills on display. Photo by Jennifer Small

Historical dress on parade. Photo by Jennifer Small

No parade is complete without marching band and bagpipes. Photo by Jennifer Small

Getting a hand on the bike skills training course. Photo by Jennifer Small

Two-year-old Stella takes a break with mom while waiting for the parade to begin. Photo by Jennifer Small

Display of traditional skills like weaving are always special in fall fairs. Photo by Jennifer Small

Every parade needs a conductor. Photo by Jennifer Small

You’re never too early to test your strength, as five-year-old Lewis Lochland can attest. Photo by Jennifer Small

Four-year-old Lucy Milne got her braids done at the fair. Photo by Jennifer Small

Keeping an eye on the ground. Photo by Jennifer Small

Buddies checking out the fair’s events. Photo by Jennifer Small

The cut-throat scramble for parade-thrown goodies. Photo by Jennifer Small

A fall fair is a time to celebrate the planet’s bounty. Photo by Jennifer Small

The Eagles’ Tim Thatcher has everything under control at the grille. Photo by Jennifer Small

JOHN BOIVIN

Rossland News

Photo gallery of Golden City Days

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Bike skills on display. Photo by Jennifer Small

Historical dress on parade. Photo by Jennifer Small

No parade is complete without marching band and bagpipes. Photo by Jennifer Small

Getting a hand on the bike skills training course. Photo by Jennifer Small

Two-year-old Stella takes a break with mom while waiting for the parade to begin. Photo by Jennifer Small

Display of traditional skills like weaving are always special in fall fairs. Photo by Jennifer Small

Every parade needs a conductor. Photo by Jennifer Small

You’re never too early to test your strength, as five-year-old Lewis Lochland can attest. Photo by Jennifer Small

Four-year-old Lucy Milne got her braids done at the fair. Photo by Jennifer Small

Keeping an eye on the ground. Photo by Jennifer Small

Buddies checking out the fair’s events. Photo by Jennifer Small

A fall fair is a time to celebrate the planet’s bounty. Photo by Jennifer Small

The Eagles’ Tim Thatcher has everything under control at the grille. Photo by Jennifer Small

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