In Photos: Lake Country complex fills with children for festival

Face painting, balloon animals and fire trucks kept children busy in Lake Country Saturday.

The fourth annual Lake Country Children’s Festival gathered a large crowd Saturday at George Elliot Secondary.

A youth vocal competition was also held in conjunction with the festival at Creekside Theatre.

READ MORE: Young singers can shine at Children’s Festival in vocal competition

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Kunwar and Rajvir hold up balloon animals and a drawing. - Dustin Betuzzi
Ruth Cipes (below) and Elora Cipes enjoy a bag of popcorn at Creekside Theatre. - Dustin Betuzzi
Wyatt Macharer shows off a balloon animal at George Elliot Secondary. - Dustin Betuzzi
Mataya Hewitson finds out what the inside of a Lake Country Fire Department truck looks like. - Dustin Betuzzi

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