Canada Day fireworks were sponsored by the Ponoka Stampede Association and the Town of Ponoka. Photos by Emily Jaycox
AHS certified farm fresh eggs from Lana Rosentreter.
There is a limited stock of these western-style purses, sold by Rose Godley, due to border restrictions.
“Ornamentation by Nancy.” Nancy Jeffery lives in Sylvan Lake but is originally from Ponoka.
The Ponoka Farmers Market was able to hold its grand opening on Canada Day in the curling rink.
Steve and Don’s Fresh B.C. Fruit.
Grain Bin Pottery.
Joan Fitzner draws artwork from photographs.
Helena Fields of Field’s Homemade Country Soap and Candle Boutique.
The Canada Day pancake breakfast at the Ponoka Legion Branch No. 66 looked a little different this year due to COVID-19, but a good number of people still came out.
Rancher’s Castle also held a pancake breakfast for customers, with pancakes, sausages and fruit punch.
Ponoka Legion’s pancake breakfast was complete with scrambled eggs, sausages and tater tots. Photos submitted
By Emily Jaycox
Fireworks, pancake breakfasts and the grand opening of the Ponoka Farmers Market