Every year Green Lane Park hosts a Scottish Irish Festival. This year was the 10th anniversary. It started off 10 years ago as a day-long festival and has grown to 2 1/2 days. Since this is so close to our house, we go every year, sometimes more than 1 day. This year it rained buckets Friday and Saturday so I'm sure that attendance was very low. Sunday's weather was absolutely perfect so the Festival was mobbed. The Festival is held on both sides of the park, joined by a walkway over the lake. These pictures were taken in the morning as the Festival opened. The crowds were much larger later in the day.
A pipe and drum band
The welcoming committee for the Irish Setter rescue
A friend of ours did the pony rides and T was a pony walker.
There were 6 ponies and 7 kids to help out.
Setting up and getting the ponies ready Walking a friend's son around Keeping cool in between rides