Red shirts are everywhere at the Canada Day entertainment venue in Waterwheel Park. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Canada Day Chemainus style

Family fun dominates the scene at Waterwheel Park

Canada Day clan includes: Carson, Killian, Tegan and Jessica. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Red shirts are everywhere at the Canada Day entertainment venue in Waterwheel Park. (Photo by Bev Knight)

The Copper Canyon Band tunes up to play for the Canada Day crowd. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Theodore, Matthew, Mason and Kate Hois enjoy some ice cream and family time on Canada Day in Waterwheel Park. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Florence James welcomes everyone to the Chemainus Canada Day celebrations. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Carriage driver Kelly-Ann and her gang are ready to take Canada Day patrons for a ride. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Samuel and Nate Crowston enjoy hanging out together on Canada Day. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Bob Johns serves as the emcee for Canada Day entertainment. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Const. Carlie McCann, left, and Const. Richard Pozniak get into the spirit of the Chemainus Canada Day celebrations.

Piper Hois is decked out in some Canada Day finery. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Jessica Sanchez, Savanah Sanchez, Lexi Sanchez and Alex Peaty out for some Canada Day fun. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Andy McCormack of Tropic Mayhem on stage at Waterwheel Park. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Abby Knight, left, and Davin Trudeau with some law enforcement members at Canada Day celebrations in Chemainus. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

Family fun dominates the scene at Waterwheel Park

 

The Copper Canyon Band tunes up to play for the Canada Day crowd. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Theodore, Matthew, Mason and Kate Hois enjoy some ice cream and family time on Canada Day in Waterwheel Park. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Florence James welcomes everyone to the Chemainus Canada Day celebrations. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Carriage driver Kelly-Ann and her gang are ready to take Canada Day patrons for a ride. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Samuel and Nate Crowston enjoy hanging out together on Canada Day. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Bob Johns serves as the emcee for Canada Day entertainment. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Const. Carlie McCann, left, and Const. Richard Pozniak get into the spirit of the Chemainus Canada Day celebrations.

Piper Hois is decked out in some Canada Day finery. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Jessica Sanchez, Savanah Sanchez, Lexi Sanchez and Alex Peaty out for some Canada Day fun. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Andy McCormack of Tropic Mayhem on stage at Waterwheel Park. (Photo by Bev Knight)

Abby Knight, left, and Davin Trudeau with some law enforcement members at Canada Day celebrations in Chemainus. (Photo by JoHannah Knight)

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