Successful Kamsack Street Festival attractions had “something for everyone”

A Street Festival held in Kamsack on August 18 was described by organizers as a success.

“This was our first year running ‘Sunday on the Street’ and by all accounts it was a successful event,” said Shanley Allard, recreation director and prime organizer of the event. “It was great to see so many people and families come out and enjoy the day. 

article continues below

“We hope to turn Sunday on the Street into an annual event that promotes the different cultures in Kamsack and brings our community together to celebrate Kamsack and all we have to offer.  I’d like to acknowledge everyone that came out and supported Sunday on the Street and hope to see you out again next August.”

The Kamsack Volunteer Fire Department brought a fire engine for display, and Amanda Burback of Togo supplied a number of animals for all to admire and interact with at the “petting zoo.” A bouncy castle was on site for the amusement of the younger crowd, while picnic tables were set up for those who wished to relax and enjoy the goings on.

A list of vendors in attendance included: Marilyn Lachambre, gemstone jewelry which included a special “Kamsack” bracelet; Barbara Burwash, handmade moccasins and crafts; Family Resource Center, sparkle tattoos, information, free books; SIGN Outreach, freezies, games, face painting; Glenda Tulloch, Tupperware; Nicola Straub, Sweet Legs; Kevin Straub, fresh farm produce; Angie Hall, Voxx Life; Megan Strauss, rocks and gems; Seraphim Strauss, pin-backed buttons; Jessi Woytkiw, Gold Canyon candles; Kayla Gervais, knick knacks, beading and crafts, and Joanne Craig, family birthstone jewelry.

Food vendors included: Kamsack air cadets,burgers, pop and featuring Margaret Marion with Indian Tacos; Iron Grill, poutine booth, and Kamsack Players, candy, popcorn and pop.

In conjunction with the Street Festival, SaskExpress, featuring Elizabeth Hilderman of Kamsack, performed a two-hour show at the Playhouse.

“The SaskExpress performance was very good and our local hometown performer, Elizabeth Hilderman sure impressed the audience,” concluded Allard.