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Band member Dion Devoe said that despite the rain, the crowd was big and the band enjoyed playing for the festival.
The crowds were entertained by Rachel and Heidi Martin, Maria AuCoin, Jordan O'Gorman, Elizabeth Bungay and the youth square dancers.
A lot of time and thought goes into getting ready for the weekend said Dort. Their campsite holds sleeping quarters, a kitchen area and even a tent that contains a port a potty for the lady of the house.
She spoke of the committee and of the volunteers that it takes to make the event possible, saying there are over 100 people that donate time in one way or another to keep the festival alive.
Friends Rita MacIsaac and Irene Ryan said they love coming to the Folk Festival. Ryan said they get to see old friends, make new ones and enjoy listening to the music.
Brownrigg welcomed the youth and the organizer of the youth event Carolyn AuCoin, stating that it's the talent in the youth that ensures the life of the festival for at least another 31 years.
Sunday's festivities were kicked off by the youth performance hour.
Dort said she loves the Folk Festival. It's where she gets to meet up with old friends, spend time with her partner's family and meet new friends.
Inside the tent, Megan Ryan showed the crowd her newly acquired talent for spray painting and did well with her pictures.
After the opening, The Codroy Valley Square Dancers took to the floor, setting the mood for the upcoming performers.
Tracey and Storm Fowlow also headed a table inside, selling tickets on a homemade quilt and promoting the upcoming Codroy Seafest.
Following the youth performance hour, kids' games were held in the softball field while entertainers provided more music for the crowd.
Friday nights' dance was hosted by the band Mossy Rocks and the festival was lively and pumping long into the Omega Watch Online
She introduced Random Burin St. George's MP Judy Foote, and St. George's Stephenville east MHA Joan Shea, who both expressed their sincere thanks for being invited out to share in the Folk Omega Speedmaster Space
The Folk Festival celebrated its 31st year this year. Everyone kicked off the festivities with the committee march led by bagpiper Gordon Omega Seamaster Chronograph Ceramic
One Nova Scotia couple, Colleen Dort and Byron MacIsaac, plan their vacations around the Folk Festival every year.
He said they look forward to future folk festivals and at that time were preparing for the Codroy Seafest.
Cormier during the opening ceremonies on Saturday.
Under the big tent, people gathered to watch the performers, dance, socialize and enjoy the outdoors.
Frieda Bungay played the mandolin, Amanda and Denise Downey sang a few songs, Deanna and Chael MacArthur not only played but also did a step dance afterwards.
Patsy Brownrigg, chair of the Folk Festival committee, welcomed everyone to the festival.
wee hours with dancing, socializing, and even a few sing alongs with the crowd on the dance floor.
The Cormier family, the Codroy Valley Fiddlers, Kenny Ryan, James MacIsaac, Candice Locke, Angie Colbourne and many more entertained the crowd during the day before the dance that night with The Breeze Band.
Bass player Travis Musseau said they had a great time, and love playing Omega Seamaster 2531.80 in the valley.
Codroy Valley 31st Annual Folk Festival
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