Bashaw’s Razzle Dazzle Days delights and pleases hundreds

Bashaw’s downtown streets were full for the 2017 edition of Razzle Dazzle Days.

Bashaw’s downtown streets were full for the 2017 edition of Razzle Dazzle Days.

Despite a rainy June 10, the parade that was part of the Bashaw and District Chamber of Commerce Razzle Dazzle Days proved an exciting one with candy for the kids and family enjoying the many different floats.

Among the many displays were floats from different communities along with local celebrities and politicians, plus the RCMP and Bashaw Fire Department helped cap off the parade.

Enjoy these photos highlighting the big event:


Kids get ready for the candy about to make its way from the parade into their bags. Razzle Dazzle Days saw hundreds attend despite rainy weather.

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