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PHOTOS: Animals and people alike gather in Maple Ridge for GETIFest

The annual event took place in Memorial Peace Park on Sept. 16

Another successful GETIFest came and went in Maple Ridge on Saturday, as hundreds of people filed through Memorial Peace Park to enjoy the wide range of entertainment on display.

In the main entertainment tent, there were performances by Holly Arntzen, Bruce Coughlan, and Paula Justus.

Indigenous dancer Jane Wylie also entertained the crowd for a bit with her hoop and jingle dress dances.

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GETIFest featured tents from a couple of dozen local organizations, with the Ridge Meadows Recycling Society also operating its Repair Cafe as part of the event.

There was also llamas and sheep on display, which was a big hit among the younger attendees.

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Brandon Tucker

About the Author: Brandon Tucker

I have been a journalist since 2013, with much of my career spent covering sports and entertainment stories in Alberta.
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