PHOTO GALLERY: Brentwood Bay Festival parade delights kids young and old

Hundreds of people enjoy Brentwood Bay Festival on June 2

Fire trucks from Central Saanich roll on West Saanich Road to wrap up the 2012 Brentwood Bay Festival parade on June 2.



Dozens of floats, kids on tricycles, animals, bagpipers and mascots streamed through the streets of Brentwood Bay on Saturday for the 2012 Brentwood Bay Festival.

Children with painted faces held bright green balloons and waved as the parade wound its way from Bayside middle school to Pioneer Park.

The day kicked off with a pancake breakfast before the parade started at 10 a.m. Later, live music brought the stage at Pioneer Park to life.

 

More information:

Brentwood Bay Festival kicks off Saturday

Just Posted

Fireballs fall Friday as brightest meteor shower of the year fills the skies

Geminid meteor shower features colourful, brighter, longer shooting stars

Lagoon Road reduced to single lane traffic due to sewer line work

Crews will be working from 7 a.m. until 5 p.m. for the remainder of the week

Province launches lawsuit over Esquimalt sailing incident that killed teen with disabilities

Gabriel Pollard, 16, died from injuries after being dropped from marine lift in 2018

North Saanich Fire Department wins national Movember challenge

Team raises more than urban Edmonton, Toronto firefighters

China hints at national security trials for 2 Canadians detained for one year

The two Canadians’ detention is largely seen as retaliation for the arrest of a Huawei exec

B.C. seaplane company set to test the first commercial electronic plane

The plane is powered by a 750 horsepower electric motor

First Nations want Big Bar landslide cleared ASAP to allow fish passage

Leadership calling for urgent action and resources to remove obstruction on the Fraser

Assessed value of Lower Mainland homes expected to decrease in 2020

Other areas of province may see modest increases over last year’s values

Chilliwack family’s therapy dog injured in hit and run

Miniature pit bull Fifty’s owner is a single mother facing close to $10,000 in vet bills

Cougar destroyed in Penticton area after mauling dog, killing cat

This is the first reported incident with a cougar this year in the Penticton area

Feds not enforcing standards on Hungarian duck imports, B.C. farmer says

‘You have no way of knowing what’s in the bag’

No reports yet of Canadians affected by New Zealand volcano eruption, feds say

Missing and injured included tourists from the U.S., China, Australia, Britain and Malaysia

Most Read