OTTER LAKE July 1, 2018
A parade, giant inflatable structures, firemen challenges, and even a pet show – featuring the now three-time champion – were all included in one town’s patriotic festivities, before live music with a couple locals and fireworks topped off their fun.
All of this fun was organized by the Otter Lake Recreation Association, so that their grounds would be busy with guests through the afternoon and the community proud of what their local groups could do as everyone enjoyed the many activities ongoing for Canada Day.
The fun began with a parade through town, as the Otter Lake Fire Department led the procession from rue Lafleur up to the R.A. grounds by the lake. With a variety of vehicles intermingled, the onlookers saw floats and ATVs, plus a lawnmower, decorated for the parade, as well as many walkers and the Second Gatineau Scouts marching through.
As everyone made their way to the party on the lake, they were soon met by giant inflatable slides and horse races, plus a mini-putt course.
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