Thank you SeaFest volunteers

Each and every year, rain or shine, well, rain or less rain, folks flock to Prince Rupert to join us for SeaFest.

Dancers take part in the parade festivities.

Each and every year, rain or shine, well, rain or less rain, folks flock to Prince Rupert to join us for SeaFest.

Just like many of the other events we have in the City of Rainbows, they are all dependent on volunteers.

Each year we are pleasantly amazed by the Special Events Society, along with the service clubs, businesses and organizations, with what they can pull off.

But as we all know, these events are reliant nearly exclusively on volunteers.

And once again, these volunteers looked Mother Nature in the eye and put on a fabulous weekend.

Thank you to all of those who made the 38th Annual SeaFest — Gumboots and Raindrops — a smashing success.

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