August 27, 2015


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Festival du Voyageur photos

Final Glimpse of Voyageur Park after Closing Ceremonies.
Marie LeBlanc/CNC
Taken Feb 23, 2014
Fox hat in Souvenir Tent
Marie LeBlanc/CNC
Snow sculptures are a big part of Festival du Voyageur. (Doug Kretchmer / CNC)
The torchlight March, led by police officers in buffalo fur coats, began at The Forks and went all the way to St. Boniface Cathedral and the grave of Louis Riel before ending at Voyageur Park. (Doug Kretchmer / CNC)
The torchlight March, led by police officers in buffalo fur coats, began at The Forks and went all the way to St. Boniface Cathedral and the grave of Louis Riel before ending at Voyageur Park. (Doug Kretchmer / CNC)
Snow sculpters at work. (Marie LeBlanc / CNC)
The ice tower at Festival du Voyageur. (Marie LeBlanc / CNC)
A fire juggler rides a unicycle. (Marie LeBlanc / CNC)
Keeping warm by the fire. (Marie LeBlanc / CNC)
A canoe fire pit at Whittier Park. (Marie LeBlanc / CNC)
Teepees provide shelter at the festival. (Marie LeBlanc / CNC)
Cheryl Kennedy Courcelles photo
Cheryl Kennedy Courcelles photo
Doug Kretchmer photo
Mad' moi Zele GIRAF were on fire in the Riviere-Rouge tent.
Doug Kretchmer photo

Doug Kretchmer photo
Senior Snow Queen Kathy Reimer and two Snow Princesses from Minneapolis

Doug Kretchmer photo
Doug Kretchmer photo
Doug Kretchmer photo
Festival du Voyageur family
Cheryl Kennedy Courcelles photo
Working iron

Blacksmith shop, Fort Gibraltar, Festival du Voyageur 2014 

Lindsay Berger photo
Working iron

Blacksmith shop, Fort Gibraltar, Festival du Voyageur 2014 

Lindsay Berger photo
Snow sculptures
- Fort Gibraltar, Festival du Voyageur 2014 

Lindsay Berger photo
Final Glimpse of Voyageur Park after Closing Ceremonies. Marie LeBlanc/CNC Taken Feb 23, 2014
Fox hat in Souvenir Tent Marie LeBlanc/CNC
Snow sculptures are a big part of Festival du Voyageur. - (Doug Kretchmer / CNC)
The torchlight March, led by police officers in buffalo fur coats, began at The Forks and went all the way to St. Boniface Cathedral and the grave of Louis Riel before ending at Voyageur Park. - (Doug Kretchmer / CNC)
The torchlight March, led by police officers in buffalo fur coats, began at The Forks and went all the way to St. Boniface Cathedral and the grave of Louis Riel before ending at Voyageur Park. - (Doug Kretchmer / CNC)
Snow sculpters at work. - (Marie LeBlanc / CNC)
The ice tower at Festival du Voyageur. - (Marie LeBlanc / CNC)
A fire juggler rides a unicycle. - (Marie LeBlanc / CNC)
Keeping warm by the fire. - (Marie LeBlanc / CNC)
A canoe fire pit at Whittier Park. - (Marie LeBlanc / CNC)
Teepees provide shelter at the festival. - (Marie LeBlanc / CNC)
Cheryl Kennedy Courcelles photo
Cheryl Kennedy Courcelles photo
Doug Kretchmer photo
Mad' moi Zele GIRAF were on fire in the Riviere-Rouge tent. Doug Kretchmer photo
Doug Kretchmer photo
Senior Snow Queen Kathy Reimer and two Snow Princesses from Minneapolis Doug Kretchmer photo
Doug Kretchmer photo
Doug Kretchmer photo
Festival du Voyageur family Cheryl Kennedy Courcelles photo
Working iron Blacksmith shop, Fort Gibraltar, Festival du Voyageur 2014 Lindsay Berger photo
Working iron Blacksmith shop, Fort Gibraltar, Festival du Voyageur 2014 Lindsay Berger photo
Snow sculptures - Fort Gibraltar, Festival du Voyageur 2014 Lindsay Berger photo

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