GRANDE PRAIRIE - 2008 Street Performers Festival
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GRANDE PRAIRIE
ALBERTA, CANADA


Grande Prairie
2008 Street Performers Festival



With spray cans in hand, a masterpiece is created on the pavement. (enlarge picture)


Many businesses had a Downtown Sidewalk Sale.
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Some of the friendly staff of Shine FM pose for the camera Saturday afternoon at the Street Performers Festival.
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The 2008 Street Performers Festival has been the most successful in eight years with thousands more people attending the performances each day. 100th Avenue of Grande Prairie was closed from 99 Street to 101 Street during the three day event. (July 18-20).


A unicyclist performs and even plays an instrument.
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A giant crow (at least 10 feet tall) wondered the streets making unusual noises.
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This performer uses only his mouth to juggle these balls.
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A street festival wasn't complete without food and drink.
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Crowds gathered by the hundreds to enjoy the many different performers.
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More fun for the little ones, who were given the opportunity to decorate 100 Avenue. This one uses chalk.
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Face painting was a big hit with the many youngsters.
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The Be Arthurs provided musical entertainment for all ages.
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The street performers were all top notch professionals doing their best to entertain with their jokes and unusual performances.
Bouncy FUN
Many children enjoyed clowning
around in the Astro Jump.
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GRANDE PRAIRIE

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