VIDEO: Riverboat Days round two

Street Fair Medley, gun club open house, and country music were just a few activities in Terrace

Riverboat Days in Terrace continued this weekend with another bunch of events.

The big highlight was the annual Terrace Downtown Street Medley with local music filling the streets, artists scattered on the sidewalks, and booths with information and goods, and arts and crafts for kids.

Elsewhere around town, people dropped by the Happy Gang pancake breakfast, or tried their hands with the weapons at the Rod & Gun Club or the Whiskey Jack Archery Club.

For those eager for a taste of more country-style beats, the Skeena Valley Country Music Festival has local bands playing, starting Friday and continuing on until Sunday, Aug. 13, at 3 p.m.

Here’s a little video with snapshots of some of the fun.

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