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Published on July 29, 2014

Owen Coombs, 3, (left) with his big brother Wyatt, 5, loved their super-cool dinosaur helium balloons.

Published on July 29, 2014

There were many local artisans on hand for the Beach Festival, including North West River resident Colin Hibbs, an up-and-coming painter and sculptor.

Published on July 29, 2014

Ashley Saunders, 5, was all about the giant Smartie cookie at the North West River Beach Festival

Published on July 29, 2014

There might have only been two teams entered, but that didn’t stop these women from giving it their all in the ‘Race for the Rapids’ canoe race.

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The Junior Drumdancers were a huge hit with the audience on both days of the festival

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Holly Flowers (right) with her four-year old daughter Amy, and Ataomie Blake, won first place in the sand sculpture contest held at North West River beach, during the annual Beach Festival.

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Joyce Tuglavina displayed a beautiful hand-knit Labrador sweater to the crowd on hand during the handicraft auction.

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Corner Brook’s Sherman Downey and the Ambiguous Case were a big draw to the North West River Beach Festival, having won the 2013 nation-wide ‘Searchlight’ competition

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What’s a Beach Festival without a moose burger or two? Volunteer Winnie Montague helped keep the crowds fed at the Beach Festival concession over the weekend.

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These guys really knew how to beat the heat during the Beach Festival weekend, as they zipped and skipped across the river on their Sea-doos.

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Jessica Keating (left) and Heather Bennett were making sure no one left the community without their authentic Beach Festival gear from the souvenir shop.

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Owen Crawley, 10, was amazed with magician Chris Westfall’s ability to pick his card from the deck.

The 29th annual North West River Beach Festival was a huge success, with a 1000+ people coming to Lester Burry Memorial Park July 26-27 for two days of food, sun and fun for all ages.

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