Pugwash celebrates Canada Day

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...and so did 13-year-old Maggie Dewar.

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The Keystone cops were entertaining kids during the parade.

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After the parade, people made their way to the midway to play games and go on rides.

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The ring toss was quite popular.

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This young fellow tried his luck at the ring toss.

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Kids also played this water gun game.

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This little girl checked out the fun while being carried.

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The swing ride was very busy.

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This ride, the Star Trooper, was very popular as well.

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Kids on the Star Trooper.

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This young fellow was having fun.

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These friends were having fun as well.

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The young at heart also took a ride on the Star Trooper.

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These kids were riding high.

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The Scrambler was also a very popular ride in Pugwash.

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Pipers were put to the test on Canada Day.

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This piper talked to a judge after she finished playing.

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These pipers, two dogs, and a puppy also celebrated Canada Day

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A drummer in the parade.

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Kids watch the parade.

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Maggie Dewar rides her horse...

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...and so does Linda Bird.

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A large crowd gathered to watch these large men throw large objects like this 56 pound weight, which they threw about 40 feet.

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One of the top competitors in Canada, Matt Doherty, is a perennial fan favourite both on and off the field.

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Parade watchers got into the spirit.

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A member of the Cumberland Shriners waves to the crowd.

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This hat probably didn't help with the high temperatures. Thankfully it was windy.

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The heat didn't stop this young girl from waving.

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Smiley the Clown gives a friend a high-five.

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These young fellows were serving lemonade.

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Highland dancers receive awards.

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This young fellow pays attention to where he is going.

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More fun on the Star Trooper.

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Kids check out the ring toss.

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Feet fly on the Star Trooper.

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These girl's got into the Canada Day spirit.

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These spectators watched a pipe band march past.

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These spectators, including the doll, got dressed up for the parade.

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Flags, and people wearing flags, lined the parade route.

Gathering of the Clans celebrated with dancing, music, parade and rides.

PUGWASH – Canadian pride was on display in Pugwash during their Gathering of the Clans celebration on Canada Day.

The morning kicked off with breakfast, Highland dancing, a parade, piping competitons and the heavy games, and the festivities continue all day with musicians and bands playing on the Eaton Park stage.

Miidway rides and games were also set up to entertain families all day long. 

Geographic location: Pugwash, Canada, Eaton Park

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