This youngster was one of many that got some great art work at the face painting table Aug. 18 at Ponoka’s annual Day in the Park celebration. The weather was a significant improvement over last year and managed to stay that way until after the outdoor movie presentation. Check out more photos on Pages 19 and 31. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

PHOTOS: Ponoka’s annual Day in the Park

It was nearly the perfect day to help close out summer in Ponoka with the family

By Jordie Dwyer

It was nearly the perfect day to help close out summer in Ponoka with the family

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Activities galore - From catching and then observing bugs in their environment with help from the Battle River Watershed Alliance to being able to use a hose to knock down targets with the Ponoka Fire Department or get a Canadian tattoo, there was plenty for all ages to take in Aug. 18 at the annual Day in the Park.

Activities galore - From catching and then observing bugs in their environment with help from the Battle River Watershed Alliance to being able to use a hose to knock down targets with the Ponoka Fire Department or get a Canadian tattoo, there was plenty for all ages to take in Aug. 18 at the annual Day in the Park.

Activities galore - From catching and then observing bugs in their environment with help from the Battle River Watershed Alliance to being able to use a hose to knock down targets with the Ponoka Fire Department or get a Canadian tattoo, there was plenty for all ages to take in Aug. 18 at the annual Day in the Park.

Fun and food - While the most popular event at the Aug. 18 Day in the Park event was definitely the Bubble Soccer, even though it was more bumper car than soccer, there was big line ups for the free barbecued hot dogs and ice cream cones. As well, three town employees judging the Saskatoon pie contest weren’t the only ones that got to enjoy the results. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

Fun and food - While the most popular event at the Aug. 18 Day in the Park event was definitely the Bubble Soccer, even though it was more bumper car than soccer, there was big line ups for the free barbecued hot dogs and ice cream cones. As well, three town employees judging the Saskatoon pie contest weren’t the only ones that got to enjoy the results. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

Fun and food - While the most popular event at the Aug. 18 Day in the Park event was definitely the Bubble Soccer, even though it was more bumper car than soccer, there was big line ups for the free barbecued hot dogs and ice cream cones. As well, three town employees judging the Saskatoon pie contest weren’t the only ones that got to enjoy the results. Photos by Jordie Dwyer

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