Instructors from the Fiddle Camp at Selkirk College made their annual appearance at a special Tuesday edition of Music in the Park at Gyro Park. The talented musicians put on another toe-tapping show for the crowd at Gyro. Guy Bertrand photos

Fiddlers entertain crowd at Trail’s Gyro Park

Instructors from Selkirk Fiddle Camp put on annual show

Instructors from Selkirk Fiddle Camp put on annual show

 

Gord Stobbe, primary instructor at the camp, and J.J. Guy (background) have been attending the Castlegar camp for almost all of its 17 years.

Colin Buchart of Salmon Arm shares a laugh with guitarist Ray Bell.

An appreciative crowd was on hand for an entertaining evening of fiddle playing.

Yvonne Hernandez added a toe-tap routine to her fast-paced fiddle solo.

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