ST. ANTHONY, NL. — Grenfell Heritage Day continues to be a fun time for all ages.
With all kinds of fun games for the children and great entertainment for adults, Grenfell Heritage Day, held as part of Grenfell Days, always brings out the public.
The event is held annually at the Polar Centre in St. Anthony to raise funds through various sales and draws for the Grenfell Foundation.
This year, it was held on Wednesday, July 11.
The full day of activities kicked off in the afternoon with the annual Teddy Bear Picnic. This included a one-hour show from Jodo the clown as well as games, food, face painting, balloon animals and a bouncy castle.
The Northern Pen was on hand later in the evening to take a few photos of the festivities.
There were still games for the young ones, food, various sales and draws to raise money for the Grenfell Foundation, musical entertainment provided by Calvin Blake, Dwayne Snow, Herb Snow, Ben and the Bhys, and others.