A painting party was part of the first Rosedale Harvest Brigade during its first year. The event takes place again this Saturday. (Jessica Peters/ The Progress)

Rosedale Harvest celebration set for Oct. 14

Parade, pancakes and more planned for community celebration

The Rosedale Harvest event is coming up on Saturday, Oct. 14.

The community event includes “good, old-fashioned farm town fun” says one of the organizers and city councillor, Chris Kloot. The day begins with the Rosedale firefighters putting on a pancake breakfast at 8 a.m. The breakfast is by donation and all funds raised will support to the BC wildfire relief efforts.

Then, everyone gathers as the streets close down for the day, for vendors, a kids zone, the parade (beginning at 10 a.m.), and if the weather cooperates, a show and shine. The event wraps up by 1:30 p.m.

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