Students of Elite Dance Academy perform a country dance midway through the Fall Fair Parade Saturday. Elite Dance Academy won third place in the Entertainment category. MIKE YOUDS PHOTO

VIDEO: Fun at the Alberni District Fall Fair

74th annual Fall Fair ran over four days

The 74th Alberni District Fall Fair took place last weekend, with plenty of entertainment for the whole family.

Visitors enjoyed local music, midway rides, agriculture shows, logger sports and even a parade.

The winner of the Fall Fair truck was Christine Maczulat, while the winner of the “Guess the Weight of the Squash” contest was Kim Ivezich for the Hubbard squash (12 pounds) and Hannah Schuhmann for the zucchini squash (3 pounds, 11 ounces).

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