Yes, it is EXHIBITION WEEK in Bear River and the love of all things agricultural is celebrated. And of course there’s lots of home down entertainment as well!
If you didn’t get there, too bad, you will have to make do with some photos….
It was July 14th. 1962. Fifty Three years ago, and the day Barry and Sheila Cassidy tied the knot and became man and wife. What a lot of water under the bridge, most of it in Bear River where they moved in 1972. Hallelujah.
So it was a great occasion for a celebration, and celebrate they did, with a wonderful gathering of friends and an enormous amount of incredibly delicious food.
Fortunately, both the Cassidy’s have a delicious sense of humor….maybe you can tell by the cake they ordered…
the cake, complete with photo made of icing!
In case you can’t make it out, the writing with the arrow says “I’m with stupid” Needless to say the cake was a huge success.
Many more happy anniversaries to this fantastic couple.
Eureka….we have found some of the Bear River Tributaries, and they are now on the website, under Bear River Tributary, on the banner.
Check it out…lots of great memories. More Tributaries will be posted in the next while so keep visiting.
Ocne again the town was filled with visitors and villagers munching on cherries, with the celebrations of the 122 Bear River Cherry Carnival. From the children’s parade in the morning until the last fireworks, the day was a great success. People caught up with friends and family and it was wonderful to see so many smiling people.
Children’s parade – 1st – Luke Peck with the Mobile Laundromat – Proud parents are Brad and Rebecca Peck
2nd – Evan Trimper – future Firefighter – Proud parents are Diana Nickerson and Travis Trimper
3rd – Sadie Parker and Ayden D’Ambrose – Future Myrtle and Rosie’s employees – Proud parents are Melissa Parker and Janelle D’Ambrose
People’s Choice goes to Andrew Henshaw for his Bear River History float that he made himself. Proud parents are Matt & Joy Henshaw
And yes, David Isles won the greased pole event yet again! Congratulations.
A huge round of applause to the Bear River Fire Department who sponsored the event and the hundreds of volunteer hours put into the production of the Carnival. What would Bear River do without you! Well done and we look forward to next year!
After the winter from HELL and the late spring, summer is at last underway. Now that we have Canada Day under our belt, we can sit back and watch the gardens grow…. and there are some pretty wonderful gardens in the village!
The weather was perfect, and the occasion sublime! The grand opening of the Bear River Millyard cottages was a complete success in every way!
Those interested in the exciting development of the Bear River Recreation Millyard , and the future of Bear River, gathered on the shores of Bear River on Aug. 17 for a fun filled evening of food, music and comraderie. During the course of the evening the guests were treated to a look at the fabulous new accommodations, a glimpse of the new book about Bear River, fabulous food, remarks about the development of the property and delightful music by George Sloane, Dan Lagan, Jack Fuller and guest flutist, Ai.
The little yellow houses are the brilliant design of Frank Zimmeck, a true artist, and the guests delighted in the remarkable detail work that adorn the cottages. In fact, they delighted in everything about them…especially the view!
There’s been a lot of rain this year, too much according to some, but a lot of nice days as well. Sit back and enjoy a few photos of this summer’s Bear River .
Condolences to the family and friends of Elmerna Oikle, mother of Dorothy Robichaud, who passed away recently.
George Sloane and Susan Friend enjoyed a vacation in Prince Edward Island.
A small but appreciative group celebrated Canada Day on the waterfront with birthday cake and children’s games. There was also the regular Sunday Farmer’s market.
Francois Bellefontaine returned home from a cultural trip to Montreal.
Karen and Gordon Mansfield are thrilled to have their grandchildren Michaela, Madison and Dylan visiting for the summer.
Susan Richmond arrived back in Bear River safely and is recovering from her long drive from California.
The stories are real.
It would be impossible to make this stuff up.
Living here is theater-in-the-round. Keep your eyes and ears open, and always listen to Walter.
Real life or delusion…you decide.
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