A bit of old-school competition comes to the Steveston Salmon Festival every year that attracts those with major “green thumbs.”
The annual Horticulture Show will present the best garden-grown examples of flowers and produce in the Net Shed building (indoor tennis courts) that becomes a veritable “oasis,” said Beverly Percival Smith, who has been the show’s coordinator of the past four years. “It’s the gardeners themselves,” Percival Smith said.
This year, the fun is being brought back to the Steveston Salmon Festival in an old school way. In the baseball diamond area east of the community centre there will be a host of inflatables and midway/carnival-style games to keep the young and not-so-young entertained. While there will not be any rides on the day, the atmosphere will be rich with numerous games and exciting activities by Vancouver PartyWorks.
There’s always a great lineup of live entertainment at the annual Steveston Salmon Festival. And this year is no different. It’s just that where the live sounds and DJ-guided music will ring out from has changed. And in keeping with the party spirit to mark Canada’s 150th birthday, an accompanying beer garden will keep the thirsty crowd going later than usual — 10 p.m.
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