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Prairie Barge Festival 2014

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Manitoba and Saskatchewan artists teamed up for three days of music, art and culture showcasing the diverse talent of the Prairies. An outdoor market celebrating local visual artists and craft producers was also open.

  • Keiffer McLean performs on the waterfront at The Forks Saturday during the Prairie Barge Festival.

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    Keiffer McLean performs on the waterfront at The Forks Saturday during the Prairie Barge Festival.

  • Two year old Nathaniel Puzio holds his balloon while sitting on his dads lap on the waterfront at The Forks Saturday.

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    Two year old Nathaniel Puzio holds his balloon while sitting on his dads lap on the waterfront at The Forks Saturday.

  • Five-year-old Coralie Sabourin-Anna eats her ice cream while watching the Contemporary Dancers perform on the  waterfront at The Forks Saturday.

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    Five-year-old Coralie Sabourin-Anna eats her ice cream while watching the Contemporary Dancers perform on the waterfront at The Forks Saturday.

  • Artist Gwen Fehr with Joan's Beeswax Candles shows off her candles made of natural beeswax.

    Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press

    Artist Gwen Fehr with Joan's Beeswax Candles shows off her candles made of natural beeswax.

  • Three-year-old Avalyn Stovart checks out candles made of natural beeswax.

    Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press

    Three-year-old Avalyn Stovart checks out candles made of natural beeswax.

  • Mari Josee performs on the waterfront at The Forks Saturday.

    Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press

    Mari Josee performs on the waterfront at The Forks Saturday.

  • People gather along the waterfront at the Forks Saturday to play games and watch performances during the Prairie Barge Festival.

    Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press

    People gather along the waterfront at the Forks Saturday to play games and watch performances during the Prairie Barge Festival.

  • Winnipeg Contemporary Dancers perform piece entitled

    Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press

    Winnipeg Contemporary Dancers perform piece entitled "Boxamore" on the waterfront at The Forks.

  • Sherri Hrycay, owner of Sova Design, shows off her designs at The Forks Saturday.

    Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press

    Sherri Hrycay, owner of Sova Design, shows off her designs at The Forks Saturday.

  • People gather along the waterfront at The Forks Saturday during the Prairie Barge Festival.

    Ruth Bonneville / Winnipeg Free Press

    People gather along the waterfront at The Forks Saturday during the Prairie Barge Festival.

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