Children enjoyed pretending to milk cows during Day in the Park. Photo by Emily Jaycox

PHOTOS: Day in the Park

There was a good turnout at Centennial Park for the Town of Ponoka’s Day in the Park Friday, Aug. 23, before sudden heavy rain drove people to their vehicles. Photos by Emily Jaycox

Photo by Emily Jaycox

Photo by Emily Jaycox

Photo by Emily Jaycox

Photo by Emily Jaycox

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Children enjoyed pretending to milk cows during Day in the Park. Photo by Emily Jaycox

By Emily Jaycox

 

Photo by Emily Jaycox

There was a good turnout at Centennial Park for the Town of Ponoka’s Day in the Park Friday, Aug. 23, before sudden heavy rain drove people to their vehicles. Photos by Emily Jaycox

Photo by Emily Jaycox

Photo by Emily Jaycox

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