It's been a succesful 10th anniversary so far for the Windscape Kite Festival.
© Southwest Booster photo by Jason Kerr.
While rainy conditions and howling winds did make it somewhat difficult on kite flyers of all skill levels, everyone seemed to enjoy themselves at the event.
Organizers say they expect to see around 10,000 people come out by the time everything is done, making it one of their most successful events ever.
June 22 is the final day of the festival. Things get underway at 10:20 with a demostration by Jean Lamoureux and Michele Berube of Repentigny, Quebec.
The Long Day's Night Music Festival also comes to a successful conclusion June 22, with Corb Lund and the Hurtin' Albertans taking the stage at 8 p.m. Tickets are $40.