Jim Scott worked out the kinks on an eight cylinder

PHOTOS: Old fashioned country fun in South Langley

Weather was up and down for this year’s annual late summer celebration at Campbell Valley Regional Park.

Pedal power was on full display last weekend at Campbell Valley Regional Park for the 38th annual Country Celebration.

Bicycles powered the main stage during the fair, that signifies the arrival of fall in South Langley.

Also part of the fun was kite-making, raku pottery workshops, story-telling, cow milking demonstrations, food trucks, live music, farmer’s market, nature games, local crafts, a giant straw maze and live music including Juno nominee Ginalina.

Visitors braved a soggy Saturday but a must more agreeable Sunday, weather wise, with sunshine and warm temperatures.

• For more photos from Country Celebration, click here

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