There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

Kootenay Festival fun

Festival attracts large crowd to Millennium Park.

BETSY KLINE

Castlegar News

Festival attracts large crowd to Millennium Park.

 

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

There was lots to do at the Kootenay Festival last weekend at Millennium Park in Castlegar. An outdoor stage featured everything from a magician and dancers to folk, rock and a CCR tribute band. A wide range of vendors showcased hand-crafted items and educational displays. Bounce houses, carnival games and face painting kept the kids happy. (Photos by Betsy Kline and Jen Small)

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